Take resort-style living to a whole new level with Forest Development’s new Nautilus 220 condo development.
The 1-acre outdoor amenity deck overlooks the marina, Intracoastal Waterway and the Atlantic Ocean PHOTO COURTESY OF INSITE STUDIO
What better way to test out a killer water view than trying it out? The sales gallery and model residence for the new Nautilus 220 (nautilus220.com) property by Forest Development is a two-story floating barge in the Lake Park Harbor Marina. While scouting out those panoramic vistas, pick your perfect pre-construction-priced residence from $600,000 to $3-plus million.
Exterior setting of Nautilus 220. PHOTO COURTESY OF INSITE STUDIO
Located just south of North Palm Beach and scheduled for completion in January 2024, the luxury waterfront residences are the brainchild of Peter Baytarian, Forest Development’s managing partner. “We set out to create a home that feels like a resort-style destination with an amazing array of amenities,” says Baytarian, who has more than 30 years of experience in construction and development. “It is more than just a place to live; it’s about being on the water and the experience of returning to a home you love.” The developer chose an A-list of South Florida partners including R+N Architecture, Interiors by Steven G. Inc., virtual design and renderings by VS Studios and landscape architecture by Insite Studio, with Compass Development Marketing Group handling sales.
The kitchen and living room feature European porcelain tile flooring and smart home-ready infrastructure PHOTO: COURTESY OF INTERIORS BY STEVEN G
The 24-story tower will include 330 one- to four-bedroom residences, featuring penthouses with private plunge pools, summer kitchens and jaw-dropping views. Perks include a 1-acre outdoor amenity deck, resort-style pool, rooftop lap pool, putting green, club room, theater lounge, dog run, wellness plaza and a marina with 100 slips made to fit vessels up to 100 feet. Along the marina, the developers are planning to construct waterfront restaurants, retail shops and professional office space.
Units offer floor-to-ceiling views PHOTO: COURTESY OF VS STUDIOS
“The architectural character of this unique waterfront development relies on various forms and materials, utilizing stepped-back facades, a variety of colors, a lavish tropical landscape and careful attention to detail.” says Vladimir B. Niagolov, architect with Boca Raton-based R+N Architecture. “The street frontages come to life with restaurants, retailers, residences and businesses—all complemented by monumental views from the residences and vibrant recreational opportunities.”
The restaurant located on the first floor will be open to the public. PHOTO: COURTESY OF RDA ARCHITECTS
When it comes to creating the ultimate welcoming yet luxurious vibe and feel, interior designer Steven Gurowitz, CEO of Interiors by Steven G. Inc., knows how to deliver. “Imagine stepping foot into a five-star resort,” says Gurowitz, who owns a 110,000-square-foot showroom in Pompano Beach and has more than 35 years of experience in the industry. “We will evoke the sense of refinement and class from the lobby to the fifth-floor amenities.”