Related Companies launches sales of Shorecrest condos in West Palm Beach

Prices for planned 140-unit, 26-story waterfront tower range from $1.3M to $9M

Steve Ross’ Related Launches Sales of West Palm Beach Condos
Related Companies' Steve Ross with rendering of Shorecrest condos (Getty, The Related Companies, The Boundary)

Related Companies is launching sales of its planned waterfront Shorecrest condos in West Palm Beach.

The developer, led by billionaire founder and Chairman Steve Ross, plans to build the 26-story, 140-unit tower on the current site of Temple Israel at 1901 North Flagler Drive. The tower will include a 21,500-square-foot house of worship and preschool. 

The launch comes three months after New York City-based Related kicked off sales for another West Palm Beach luxury condo project, South Flagler House

Related tapped Roger Ferris + Partners, a Connecticut-based firm, to design Shorecrest. Rottet Studios, a design firm with offices in New York City, Los Angeles and Houston, is handling interiors for the project, and Boca Raton-based DSBoca will handle landscape design, according to a press release. 

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Units in the building will include one-, two-, three- and four-bedroom floor plans, with prices ranging from $1.3 million to $9 million, according to the release. Corcoran Sunshine is leading sales for the project. 

Amenities in the building will include a rooftop pool, fitness center, yoga room, spa facilities, a screening room, game room and a virtual reality room. The tower will also have a cocktail lounge, cafe, private dining room, a coworking lounge and meeting space, the release shows.

The project is targeting a wide range of buyers, including current Palm Beach residents and out-of-state buyers from the Northeast, said Bryan Cho, an executive vice president with Related. Increasingly, Related is also seeing interest from Miami residents, he said.

“[They] are now looking at West Palm Beach as a great alternative to Miami,” he said. West Palm Beach has less traffic and “a more approachable streetscape,” according to Cho. 

West Palm Beach has seen a flood of residential development and planned projects in the wake of a pandemic-fueled boom. Earlier this month, developer Al Adelson and the Morrison family’s Sympatico Real Estate proposed a 25-story, 191-unit condominium overlooking Clearwater Lake. New York City-based Savanna, which is developing the waterfront Olara condominium, proposed a 369-unit apartment building in January. Billionaire Jeff Greene is advancing plans for a 152-unit condo project near West Palm Beach’s Currie Park.