New rendering of Bristol in West Palm Beach

Miami /
Sep.September 25, 2015 03:45 PM

The developers of the Bristol, an upcoming luxury condo tower in West Palm Beach, have just released a new rendering of the project and details about one of its larger units.

The Bristol is a 25-story condo project that’s slated for development at 1100 South Flagler Drive. Asking prices at the start at $5 million, though the average price of the 69 units is $7.8 million.

Until now, developers Flagler Investors had only released one rendering of the project: a wide-angle view of its perch overlooking the Intracoastal Waterway.

Now, Flagler has unveiled a second: the modern-styled porte cochere. Alongside that release is new information about one of the building’s larger units, No. 20B. The residence will measure 5,181 square feet and has 1,066 square feet of terrace space. It has yet to hit the market, but the asking price is $10.6 million.

The developers said every unit at the building will be flow-through, meaning they will have views of both the Intracoastal and of West Palm Beach.

Chris Leavitt of Douglas Elliman is the director of sales for the Bristol.

Flagler Investors is a three-way partnership between local and out-of-own investors and developers. Its principals are Golub & Company LLC, Commercial Financial Management and Elion Partners.

Flagler paid $21 million for the Bristol development site in July 2014. The 3.21-acre property is directly across the street from the First Baptist Church of West Palm Beach, which had previously used the property as an outdoor stadium, according to Palm Beach County property records.


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