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El-Ad National Properties and ALINA Residences Forges Partnership with Boca Raton Museum of Art

BY Boca Raton, Fla. (February 21, 2019) | February 28, 2019 | Feature Best of the Best

El-Ad National Properties, an Elad Group company, is excited to announce an incredible partnership between its latest downtown Boca Raton project, ALINA Residences, and the Boca Raton Museum of Art.
Boca Raton, Fla. (February 21, 2019) – El-Ad National Properties, an Elad Group company, is excited to announce an incredible partnership between its latest downtown Boca Raton project, ALINA Residences, and the Boca Raton Museum of Art. The collaboration further positions ALINA Residences as a development making art accessible in everyday life.

“We are always happy to bring works of art into our community,” said Irvin Lippman, Executive Director of the Boca Raton Museum of Art. “Our partnership with ALINA Residences underscores our mutual commitment to our City’s Art in Public Places initiatives and heralds an exciting new chapter for downtown, creating a park-like setting along Mizner Boulevard that links ALINA Residences to the Museum in Mizner Park.”

El-Ad National will work closely with the Boca Raton Museum of Art to frame an art program that will bring rotating sculptural exhibits to ALINA. The first of the exhibits is an outdoor sculpture by artist Larry Mohr that will be on loan and placed at the project’s newly opened Sales and Model Gallery located at 300 Southeast Mizner Boulevard. Crafted in 1984, the 91 x 78 x 58 piece titled cXc XXII, is a large abstract work constructed of cut aluminum I-beams. According to Mohr, the sculpture is an “interpretation of Matisse’s outspreading centrifugal effect in paintings of dancers.”

“Including art throughout the ALINA Residences has been one of our goals since the conception of the project,” said El-Ad National Properties Executive Director of Development Noam Ziv. “Boca has such a strong art scene that is continuing to flourish, and we are happy to have ALINA be a part of that growth. Partnering with the renowned Boca Raton Museum of Art provides us with a community-related resource to incorporate original artwork into the lifestyle of our building and also creates great synergy with the Museum’s City’s Art in Public Places initiative.”

Art has always been a prominent theme in ALINA’s development. Architect Peter Stromberg began the design process for the luxury condominium by painting a picture of his vision for the project on canvas. His design evolved from this painting, which still stands as a point of inspiration for the design teams involved in the project. In addition to the art and architecture of the development, Stromberg will also be actively creating art pieces throughout the construction process. His finished works will be featured in the completed building.

The highly anticipated ALINA Residences won City approval in August 2017 for a total of 384 new residences. Sales have begun for the first 121 residence tower which will feature fully finished residences, an exclusive collection of villas opening to expansive lanais and private gardens in addition to fully finished penthouses. These homes will offer one to four bedrooms, ranging from approximately 1,400 to over 4,800 square feet, with many including dens and private terraces overlooking the Boca Raton Resort and Club golf course. Completion of the first of three towers is anticipated in late 2020.

ALINA Residences features over 32,000 square feet of private outdoor and indoor amenity spaces including: outdoor dining and entertainment areas and lavish green spaces, a highly appointed Club Room, an elite performance Fitness Center with a yoga studio, as well as His and Her Spa facilities with dry sauna, steam room, treatment rooms and indoor and outdoor relaxation rooms, in addition to a Rooftop Pool Deck.

About Elad Group:
Elad Group is a highly-regarded development team known for best-in-class projects in the most sought-after neighborhoods in New York and nationwide. Known and recognized worldwide for the history-making, restoration and conversion of the famed Plaza Hotel, Elad Group is continuously making strides in real estate and receiving public acclaim for many of its properties. Elad’s New York portfolio of iconic buildings includes One West End, the first and tallest condominium project to come to market in Christian de Portzamparc’s masterfully-designed Riverside Center, 22 Central Park South, an exquisite collection of full-floor luxury condominium residences overlooking Manhattan’s famed Central Park, 250 West Street, a 1906 warehouse turned luxury condominium in the heart of TriBeCa, and 108 Leonard, a 19th century McKim, Meade & White Italian Renaissance Revival landmark conversion in TriBeCa. Elad Group is committed to developing architecturally significant buildings and partnering with renowned architects and design professionals to create premier new developments.

About Boca Raton Museum of Art:
Founded by artists, the Boca Raton Museum of Art was established in 1950 as the Art Guild of Boca Raton. The organization has grown to encompass an Art School, Guild, Store, and Museum with distinguished permanent collections of contemporary art, photography, non-western art, glass, and sculpture, as well as a diverse selection of special exhibitions. The Museum is open Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 10 AM until 5 PM; on Thursdays from 10 AM until 8 PM; and on weekends from 12 PM until 5 PM. Admission is $12 for adults, $10 for seniors, and free for students with IDs and children under 12. Learn more at

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