Panther National is a new mixed-use development slated for Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. The $120 million venture is a luxury residential community centered around an 18-hole golf course. CNBC reports that the estates could open in early 2023, with contractors having broken ground in February 2022. They don’t run cheap; one can expect to pay at least $3.5 million to secure housing.
Plans call for 218 estates that measure 4,700 square feet to 10,000 square feet each. As of February 2022, Panther National had 125 tentative reservations. Homeowners will have the option of adding solar panels to their homes. Residences feature two- to three-car garages, electric car charging stations, an outdoor kitchen, and a private pool.
Communal amenities include a putting room, world-class training facilities, state-of-the-art ball-tracing technology, and other amenities tailored to golf enthusiasts. The eco-friendly community rests on 400 acres, surrounded by more than 2,400 acres of native Florida plants. Golf stars Jack Nicklaus and Justin Thomas have spearheaded the community.
Peacock & Lewis Architects and Planners, Inc. and [STRANG] Design are the venture’s two architects. The latter is also serving as the landscape architect. Landstar Development Co. is the developer, and Willstrong Development is the design-build firm. Panther National’s address is listed as Grapeview Boulevard and Northlake Boulevard, Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, 33410, in Palm Beach County.