Boutique condo going up in downtown Sarasota

The developers have five of the 16 units under contract at the downtown development

Dec.December 09, 2017 03:00 PM

Rendering of the 7 One One Palm condominium development in downtown Sarasota

Developers broke ground for construction of a boutique condominium in downtown Sarasota with unit prices starting above $1 million.

Five of the 16 units at 7 One One Palm are under contract, according to the developers, Patrick DiPinto, president of Sarasota-based Seaward Development, and his partner David Hargreaves.

Unit prices at the five-story development at 711 South Palm Avenue range from $1.049 million to $1.2999 million.

Mark Sultana of DSDG Architecture designed the condominium building, and the general contractor is Gates Construction of Bonita Springs.

Each unit will have 10-foot ceilings, porcelain tile floors, three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and a terrace facing west. The units will be equipped with Bosch appliances, Kohler and Hans Grohe fixtures, and imported cabinetry from Cucine Ricci.

The property’s amenities will include garage parking, a swimming pool, private cabanas, a gym, gas grills and a “Paw Park” with a pet grooming station.

Construction of 7 One One Palm is expected to be completed by early 2019. [Sarasota Herald-Tribune] — Mike Seemuth

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