With all the new development that’s going on in Miami, it’s not often we get to talk about real-estate game changers in Palm Beach. That’s why when we happened upon The Bristol, a new project breaking ground in early 2016, we took notice.
Developers are touting that the property will be located on a most desirable piece of waterfront property in West Palm Beach. Those in the real estate business are watching closely what impact The Bristol will have on changing the landscape across the area.
The 25-story Bristol, with its location at 1100 South Flagler Drive, will have unobstructed views of the Intracoastal Waterway, Atlantic Ocean and Palm Beach Island.
Its across-the-island address is a big part of its desirability. The location’s hype is because of its close proximity to Breakers Ocean Golf Course, Kravis Center for the Performing Arts, Norton Museum, Worth Avenue and Palm Harbor Marina.
Sales are being handled by Douglas Elliman Development Marketing. Chris Leavitt of Bravo TV’s Million Dollar Listing Miami is one of the realtors from Elliman selling The Bristol.
According to Leavitt, buyers who have sought out the opportunity to purchase during the pre-construction period are mostly from the Palm Beach and West Palm Beach area and some from New York. “(The Bristol) is setting the highest standard of condominium living yet to be seen for this area and as buyers discover that, we expect sales will be fast and furious.”
The modern architecture of the building by Solomon Cordwell Buenez (SCB) and Revuelta Architecture International is expected to be an iconic addition to the waterfront property located in West Palm Beach. SCB has designed buildings that have added to the landscape of cities, such as The Legacy at Millennium Park in Chicago and The Murano in Philadelphia. The firm’s ultra-luxury condominium built atop a parking garage adjacent to Nordstrom’s in the upscale Ala Moana Center luxury shopping area, in Honolulu featured penthouses priced at $9 million, a record high for residences for sale in Hawaii.
Revuelta of Miami is responsible for the wonderful art-deco modern building, 304 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach; Grovenor House, Coconut Grove, and Collins Avenue’s The Bath House, among others.
Prices at The Bristol start at $5 million with 10,000-square-foot residences costing between $25 and $30 million. Three to five bedroom residences range from 3,700 to 14,000 square feet, with the option for buyers to combine units to create even more space. There are also amenities such as two and three car private air-conditioned garages and guest suites for purchase on separate floors.
Interiors are by New York designer Amir Khamneipur, who studied design in Paris, Barcelona, and at the prestigious Rhode Island School of Design. Blake 63 in New York is among a few of the buildings fully designed and realized by the designer.
Al Adelson, partner in Flagler Investors, the group developing the project, believes that the time is right for a property like The Bristol in Palm Beach County. “Palm Beach is being touted as ‘The New Greenwich’ and we are riding the wave of individuals coming to the area and demanding a new level of luxury living and amenities.”
Those amenities are laundry facilities where residences can “send out” their laundry for washing and pressing – the facility will have a commercial ironing press. There are his and hers spa facilities, 75-foot lap pool, hot tub and private children’s area and dog walks. There will also be a full-time concierge and daily car service available to local shopping and restaurants.
“This will set a new standard in the Palm Beach area. It’s a timeless, elegant and extremely polished product that buyers in this area have wanted for decades,” says Leavitt.
For sales inquires, contact Silvio Sulichin via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call +1 (305) 934-9742.