Developer starts sales of downtown Delray Beach condo

Venus Williams' V*Starr is the interior designer of The Metroplitan, a 48-unit condominium

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Mar.March 18, 2017 11:40 AM

Rendering of The Metropolitan in Delray Beach

Boca Raton-based Morton Group Inc. started pre-development sales of a 48-unit condominium in downtown Delray Beach called The Metropolitan.

Prices for the two- and three-bedroom condos will start in the $600,000s and will range in size up to 1,600 square feet.

A team at brokerage firm Douglas Elliman led by Senada Adzem will be the exclusive sales and marketing agents for the boutique residential project at 33 Southeast 3 Avenue in Delray Beach.

Architect and Delray resident Richard Jones designed the five-story building, which will feature a rooftop terrace with a summer kitchen and an outdoor cinema lounge.

The project’s interior designer is Jupiter-based V*Starr, headed by professional tennis player Venus Williams.

Morton Group opened a temporary sales center for The Metropolitan at 55 Southeast 2 Avenue in Delray Beach.

 

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