Forest Development And Royal Palm Companies Tops Off Construction On Nautilus 220 In Lake Park, Florida

Nautilus 220 - Exterior Marina View. Designed by R+N Architecture. Rendering by VS Studio.

Forest Development and Royal Palm Companies recently celebrated the topping-off construction milestone for Nautilus 220, a new luxury mixed-use development with condominium residences in two 24-story towers, waterfront restaurants including SeaHawk Prime by Chef David Burke, retail, and office suites alongside a marina at 220 Lake Shore Drive in Lake Park, Florida. The traditional topping-off ceremony was commemorated at the project site on November 3, 2023, by more than 550 guests, including construction workers, project partners, and elected officials.

During the event, Kast Construction honored the men and women who actively worked to achieve this significant moment of the project. An American flag, a palm tree, and a beam signed by all involved were raised to the top of the building to illustrate their accomplishment. The celebration included a range of festivities, including a catered lunch, a customary raffle, prize giveaways, and musical entertainment to thank the team for their efforts. Below are images of the topped-off towers.

Credit: Nautilus 220.

Credit: Nautilus 220.

Credit: Forest Development, Royal Palm Companies.

“Thank you to our construction team for reaching this milestone on schedule,” said Peter Baytarian, Managing Partner of Forest Development. “Nautilus 220 is changing the landscape in Lake Park, and in just over a year, we will be welcoming 330 new families.”

Credit: Nautilus 220.

“Nautilus 220 represents a remarkable achievement in defining luxury living in Lake Park, and the residences are 80% sold,” said Daniel Kodsi, CEO of Royal Palm Companies. “This project is more than just a spectacular home for our buyers but a catalyst for positive change in this community and the lives of construction workers who have helped make it possible.”

Credit: Nautilus 220.

Nautilus 220 comprises 330 two- and three-bedroom condominiums ranging from 1,500 to 3,400 square feet in two 24-story towers. Residences with various floor plans await, featuring plunge pools, summer kitchens, and views of the Intracoastal Waterway and Atlantic Ocean. The project also offers amenities, including a one-acre outdoor amenity deck, resort-style pool, rooftop lap pool, wellness plaza, putting green, club room, theatre lounge, billiards, bowling, off-leash dog run, guest suites, and private beach club access. The lobby, common areas, 5th-floor amenities, and model residence were designed by Interiors by Steven G. Inc. Located in the Palm Beaches, this development provides access to waterfront restaurants, including SeaHawk Prime by David Burke, retail, and office suites. Nautilus 220 is also set alongside the Lake Park Harbor Marina, offering slips for vessels up to 100 feet.

The Nautilus 220 development team includes Forest Development and Royal Palm Companies. Kast Construction is the general contractor, with Baker Concrete Construction as the structural contractor, McNamara Salvia as the structural engineer, and RGD Consulting Engineers for MEP engineering. The Owner’s Rep is Zabik & Associates. The design team includes architecture by R+N Architecture, interior design by Interiors by Steven G. Inc., planning and landscape by Insite Studios, and virtual design & renderings by VS Studios. ADCO Installers is the glazing contractor alongside All American Windows and Doors, supplying products from ES and Tecnoglass. Oculus Realty is managing sales and marketing for Nautilus 220. Nautilus 220 is over 80% sold, with construction expected to be completed in Fall 2024.

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