Sales Open on Sarasota’s First Waterfront Residential Community Since 2006

Sales have commenced on residences at Sarsota’s first waterfront residential community since 2006.

By Joshua Ayers, Senior Editor

AQUASarasota, Fla.— Sales have commenced on residences at Sarsota’s first waterfront residential community since 2006. The new nine-story condominium tower, to be located on Sarasota Bay’s Golden Gate Point, will offer eight single-floor residences that range from 3,800 to 6,700 square feet in size and $3.495 to $5.695 million in price. Michael Adams and Jonathan McCague are co-developing the community.

“After seven years without any direct waterfront projects, we expect demand to be very high for this property,” Adams says. “Not only is the modern architecture stunning, the building’s world-class amenities and proximity to downtown make these full-floor residences a very special place to live.”

The $37 million project, which is expected to break ground before the end of the year according to a Sarasota Herald Tribune report, will feature a host of high-end amenities including a full-time concierge, state-of-the-art security, wine storage and tasting salon, yoga studio and massage and facial room, as well as a bayside infinity pool, lounge area and roof-top deck. In addition to a lavish lobby that will vaunt numerous water features, as well as light-filled and art-lined hallways that present excellent direct-water views, residents will also enjoy a private two-car garage and individual boat slip.

The building, designed by renowned architect Guy Peterson, in association with Tichenor Group and Sivitz Innovative Designs, will showcase individual units that feature open floor plans with 12-foot ceilings and 360-degree views of Sarasota Bay. Unit features will also include custom millwork throughout the residence, imported granite and stone countertops, European cabinetry with under-cabinet lighting and first-class appliances and fixtures.

“This iconic tower will add sculpture and diversity to the Sarasota skyline,” Peterson says. “We are excited to bring this future landmark to the cityscape.”