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Floor plans

Inside Features

  • Three large bedrooms and three full bathrooms with additional powder room bathroom in living area
  • Large imported porcelain tile floors throughout all living area, dining, kitchen.
  • Smooth surface modern 10 foot ceiling heights average throughout
  • Two Panel solid wood modern doors throughout, with modern hardware
  • 36 inch stainless steel drop in farm sink with overhang water spout
  • Master features oversized his and her walk in closets
  • High Seer Goodmanm Tankless gas instant hot water heater
  • Modern lighting systems throughout featuring 4” LED highhats in all living areas and bedrooms
  • Custom modern trim for all baseboards, doors and windows
  • Bathrooms feature all imported porcelain tile floors
  • Modern Chrome Plumbing fixtures thought out all bathrooms and kitchen

Kitchen includes

  • Custom flat panel lacker finished wood cabinets with chrome hardware
  • White Quartz counters waterfall features
  • Electric garage door
  • High-end Bosch appliance packages, including large gas range

Outside Features

  • Professionally landscaped with grass and palms
  • Concrete block construction throughout
  • PGT Hurricane Impact window and door systems in white aluminum frames
  • Galvanized steel garage door
  • Concrete paver driveway
  • Smart home visual doorbell for security and functionality
  • Irrigation package for landscape
  • 1100 Sq foot landscaped private backyards featuring modern heated swimming pools, salt water system, (Slopeside homes only)

Some additional options:

  • Upgraded sound and lighting Smart Home package
  • Designer backsplashes
  • Custom California closet designs and built-ins
  • Custom window treatments and curtains

Location & Neighboring

Centrally located in Downtown West Palm Beach, Florida, the Grandview Heights Historic District is adjacent to many downtown landmarks, including Howard Park, the Norton Museum of Art, CityPlace and the Palm Beach County Convention Center. It is known for its historic homes, cozy neighborhood feeling, and close proximity to the Downtown core.

Grandview Heights is one of 13 historic districts in the City of West Palm Beach, and has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1999. The Grandview Heights Historic District is bounded by Park Place, Alabama Avenue, M Street and Lake Avenue.

Schools & University

  • Palm Beach Public School District Grades K-5
  • Conniston Middle School Grades 6-8
  • Alexander W Dreyfoos Junior School Of The Arts Grades 9-12
  • Palm Beach Atlantic University

Airport & Travel (all within three miles)

  • Palm Beach International Airport
  • Tri-Rail Train Station (Commuter Passenger Service to Miami with several stops)
  • All Aboard Florida Brightline Train Service.
    Downtown Miami to Downtown Fort Lauderdale in under 30 minutes.
    Miami to West Palm Beach in 60 minutes.
    Miami to Orlando in about three hours
  • Station Taxi Cab
  • West Palm Beach is currently allowing ride sharing companies Uber and Lyft
  • Palm Beach Yellow Cab
  • Free Trolley service

7 days a week (No service on Thanksgiving or Christmas)
Sunday – Wednesday: 11am- 9pm
Thursday – Saturday: 11am- 11pm

SuperMarket & Shopping (all within three miles)

  • City Place (Publix Grocery, Macy’s, H&M, The Gap, William Sonoma, Sephora, Banana Republic, Anthropologie, Restoration Hardware, Sunglass Hut, Bath and Body Works)
  • Worth Avenue (Giorgio Armani, Neiman Marcus, Cartier, Louis Vuitton, Tiffany & Co., Tourneau, Hermès, Ralph Lauren, Gucci, Chanel, Vineyard Vines, Brooks Brothers, Salvatore Ferragamo, Island Company, St. John, Valentin)

Arts and Entertainment

  • The Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts
  • Norton Museum of Art
  • Flagler Museum
  • CityPlace (Muvico IMAX, Revolutions (Luxury Entertainment for eating drinking and bowling), Improv Comedy Club and Dinner Theater)

Dinner and Dancing

  • CityPlace (Cheesecake Factory, City Cellar, Brio Tuscan Grille, Il Bellagio, Ruth’s Chris, Mojito Latin Cuisine and Bar, Mellow Mushroom, Saito’s Japanese Steakhouse, Blue Martini, Copper Blues Rock Pub & Kitchen, Lafayette’s Food, Spirits & Live Music)
  • Neighborhood Favorites (Morton’s Steakhouse, Table 26, Joy Noodle, Emko, Sushi Jo, Café Sappori, Belle & Maxwell’s)

About the Developers

Parkland Development, and its principal, Neil Kozokoff, have been at the cutting edge of urban development for over 30 years, first in Chicago and the Midwest, and then in South Florida. In Downtown West Palm Beach, Parkland has been a pioneer in the renaissance of several City neighborhoods, most recently with the construction of 312 23rd, a 99 unit, boutique, rental building in the Northwood District which will be completed later this year. Parkland’s philosophy is to create a great urban living experience at a reasonable price.

Sam Fisch has been an industry leader in the Downtown West Palm Beach real estate market for over a decade. As the Owner/Broker of Real Estate Solutions, he has sold thousands of homes and condos Downtown, and throughout Palm Beach County. Sam has had a pivotal role in the resurgence of Downtown living by acquiring, and repositioning many properties along Flagler Drive and in the Eastern Historic Districts. Most recently, Sam has partnered with Neil and Parkland Development to bring upscale, boutique, urban development in the area to the next level.

Petrocchi Construction, owned by Dan Petrocchi, has over 20 years’ experience in design, construction and development throughout South Florida. Petrocchi has been a key player in numerous West Palm Beach residential and commercial projects including Project Executive for Related Group’s Cityplace Office Tower, and most recently as Construction Executive for the 312 23rd apartment development in Northwood. Petrocchi’s focus is to meld good design and best construction practices into first class product.

Exclusive Broker
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Chris Leavitt

Joey Columbo 

Michelle Lai 

Contact Us

Email Adress: :
Cleavitt@elliman.com

Sales Center::
223 Pine Street, West Palm Beach, FL 33407

Telephone::
(917) 664-0720

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