New Palm Beach Gardens Waterfront Condominium Azure Readies For Launch

Palm Beach Gardens, FL – December 16, 2014 – Azure, a boutique luxury condominium community of 113 residences planned at the intersection of Donald Ross Road and the Intracoastal Waterway has received site and project approvals from the city of Palm Beach Gardens.

The project, which extends from Prosperity Farms Road to the Intracoastal Waterway and wraps around the Loggerhead Marina, is being led by Frankel Enterprises, developer of the Northern Palm Beach communities of Admiral's Cove, Valencia and San Michele.

Plans for the 14-acre site include two contemporary-styled buildings with four floors of living space above an enclosed parking garage. The site will feature a 24/7 manned and gated entry, fountains and garden walks along a waterfront marina. Residents may rent dock space for a yacht up to 120 feet directly behind their condominium residence.

The Azure buildings and contemporary residences were designed by Glidden-Spina architects of West Palm Beach. Each building includes an elegantly appointed lobby with a concierge station, a clubroom, card room, business conference center, outdoor resort pool and health club. Private elevators provide direct entry to each owner's residence.

Thomas Frankel, a principal in Frankel Enterprises says, "Azure was designed
to offer buyers a boutique condominium lifestyle with exceptionally
large floor plans—some are as large as 4,000 square feet of air-conditioned space."

Sun-filled open living areas, large kitchens and luxurious master suites are unique features. Ceiling heights reach over nine foot, and the floors are laid with porcelain tile to create a bright and modern interior. Wide terraces will allow owners to enjoy additional indoor/outdoor living space overlooking the protected yacht harbor.

Prices start at the $900, 000's. For more information about Azure, contact Allen Ball, Director of Sales at (561) 406-6200 or visit

Frankel Development Company
Frankel Development Company is a Division of Frankel Enterprises. Frankel Enterprises, founded in 1936, has developed over 3,000 luxury homes and sold over $500 million dollars in real estate in Palm Beach County as well as projects in the Philadelphia area.