Palm Beach goes from sea level to next level with new builds, booming brands and eco-conscious efforts.
ON THE RISE
Breaking ground in Boca Raton, Alina Residences has announced the second and final phase of its divine development project. Central to restaurants, shops and sought-after sites, the two nine-story buildings, Alina 210 and 220, are set to be finished by 2024. The elite expansion includes an ultimate and upscale amenity upgrade, featuring superb saunas, steam rooms and first-class fitness centers. With 2 newly added acres of gorgeous greenery, the addition of double dog parks and multiple rooftop pools complete with private cabanas and fire pit features, Phase 2’s landscape makeover is magnificent. “There is no doubt that downtown Boca Raton has transformed as the developers of Alina envisioned, making it the perfect time to become a part of the extraordinary lifestyle that Alina residents are enjoying,” says Jay Phillip Parker, CEO of Douglas Elliman Florida and president of Douglas Elliman Development Marketing, Florida. “We expect continued interest and excitement now that Phase 2 has broken ground.” Selling fast, Alina 210 pricing starts at just under $4 million with Alina 220 ranging from around $2 million to upward of $8 million. El-Ad National Properties CEO Noam Ziv adds, “We believe this early sales activity is a reflection of the marketplace recognizing Alina as a truly unique residential destination. We continue to be proud to be a part of Boca Raton’s emerging downtown scene.” 200 SE Mizner Blvd., Boca Raton, 561.544.7811
SET THE TABLE
PB Island Kitchen caters delicious bites for any and every event
Nantucket Island Kitchen has expanded to Palm Beach, which means parties here just got a whole lot better. Catering to events large and small, PB Island Kitchen ensures a delectable dining experience, elegance and ease for all clients and guests. Whether it be a fundraiser, wedding or celebratory event, the IK team prioritizes clients’ desires and dreams to plan the ultimate evening from start to finish. “Island Kitchen is excited to bring the ‘IK Way’ to Florida and meld our Nantucket flair with Palm Beach’s established classics,” says owner Patrick Ridge. “We are looking forward to serving our current clients, who urged us to open here, and making new friends in Palm Beach County.”
UNDER THE SEA
Loggerhead Marinelife Center’s new CEO, Andy Dehart
As the largest loggerhead sea turtle nesting site in the world,Loggerhead Marinelife Center of Juno Beach is making waves. The board of directors of Loggerhead Marinelife Center recently announced LMC’s newest team member and CEO, marine biologist Andy Dehart. “Mr. Dehart’s passion for ocean conservation and vast knowledge of marine life will help LMC continue its vital research, rehabilitation and education programs,” says LMC board chairman Brian Waxman. “We are excited for the next chapter of the center’s expansion, and Dehart’s positive leadership skills and experience gives us complete confidence as he takes on this commitment.” With the center’s very own sea turtle hospital and research laboratory, Loggerhead has dedicated its facility to research, education, rehabilitation and conservation. To learn more about sea turtles and marine life, check out the live exhibits at Loggerhead or sign up for the center’s August activities. 14200 U.S. Highway 1, Juno Beach, 561.627.8280
Evolvetogether’s hydrating lip balm
evolvetogether, an eco-friendly personal care brand, has added a handful of plant-powered, sustainably sourced products to its elegant essentials shop. With the new hydrating lip balm, hydrating hand cream and natural deodorant, evolvetogether is brightening customers’ faces and futures. Scented with gender-neutral fragrances and packaged with entirely recyclable or biodegradable materials, the conscious brand’s latest products intend to minimize waste wherever possible and enhance the quality of everyday care for everyone. From dissolvable soap and hydrating hand sanitizer to water bottles, hats, face masks and more, evolvetogether has everything to make each day a little better.
Photography by: From the top: PHOTO COURTESY OF ALINA RESIDENCES BOCA RATON; ISLAND KITCHEN PHOTOS BY EMILY ELISABETH PHOTOGRAPHY; LOGGERHEAD MARINELIFE CENTER PHOTO COURTESY OF BRAND; EVOLVE TOGETHER PHOTOS COURTESY OF BRAND