Condos For sale in The Bristol stand in the same category as Mandarin Oriental, Royal Palm Residences, and Alina in Boca Raton. Also, they go head-to-head against Ocean Delray and 1625 Ocean in Delray Beach - to name a few. Indeed, we rate these as the mega-luxury condo tower category, providing extraordinary lifestyle benefits to multi-millionaires and billionaires alike.
In this enclave, developed in 2019, we have a mind-boggling 25-story waterfront condominium tower comprising only 68 units (i.e., an average of less than three per floor) with elevators opening at private foyers. These lead to residences between 3,700 to 9,000 square feet under air (UA) - three to five bedrooms - featuring unobstructed views of the Intracoastal Waterway, Atlantic Ocean, and Palm Beach Island. Guest suites as different unit options are available for resident purchase. In keeping with the highest level of contemporary construction, condo owners can expect:
In short, from purely an in-residence living viewpoint, very few can beat the exclusivity of The Bristol in West Palm Beach. Step out the front door to participate in the amenities, where the "remarkable" kicks in with steroids. Residents can access a one-stop weight-training and fitness center with a yoga studio and personal trainers on tap. Also, body pampering is on the priority list, with beauty suites available for private hair, manicure, & pedicure appointments. And this is only a fraction of the facilities on a plate. Consider the following:
So, what's it take to buy into The Bristol and maintain access to all the facilities? According to our 2022 records, a 3,826-square-foot condo sold for close to $12 million (or $3000 per square foot under air). Was this a one-off flash in the pan? Not at all. Others closed for over the last-mentioned milestone, and a magnificent Marc Michaels interior staged sky-home - 5,544 square feet (UA) with a 1,500 square foot wraparound terrace - was in contract for over $23 million (well south of $4,000 per square foot). HOA fees are another story - emerging at around $1.56 per square foot of condo ownership - not entirely surprising. Prices change, so keep checking our site for updates.
Residents leaving the condo are minutes from Palm Beach's famous Worth Avenue top-brand outlets, excellent schools (see below), and every city retail & service convenience one would expect in a mainstream metropolitan hub. Moreover, transitioning to dozens of casual and fine dining restaurants, white sand beaches, Intracoastal yacht docking, trails for miles on waterfronts, parks, events & festivals all year round, clinics, watersports, tennis & pickleball, and umpteen private and public golf courses is a breeze. In addition, West Palm Beach International airport is just up the road, and it's a quick Uber to Fort Lauderdale's air hub further South. In other words, living privately on The Bristol campus doesn't mean it excludes condo owners from getting out and about for urban fun as the need arises.
Competition in this category is growing. We have mentioned a few projects above for your consideration as the closest alternatives. We also recommend Luxuria, Excelsior, One Thousand Ocean, and Presidential Place as older developments but are massively impressive with beachfront advantages. Also, the latter group places condo owners on or a stone's throw from the billion-dollar Michael Del Boca Resort and Club, famous worldwide for five-star leisure, golf, and beach facility membership.
Our agency specializes in super-luxury neighborhoods, including equity country clubs with gated sections within guardhouse-secured arenas. We can show you championship courses with your mansion looking out at stunning vistas of fairways, inland lagoons, greens, palms, cypress groves, and wildlife preserves. For ocean-sailing fanatics, the Intracoastal regeneration of modern homes starting at $8 million with 125' boat slips in one's backyard are must-sees. Other lifestyles in estate home complexes with equestrian facilities on ten and twenty acres, such as Horseshoe Acres (in central Boca) and Grand Prix Village in Wellington, selling at $12 million plus. Contact us for an eye-opening real estate journey across a selection of the above to get a broad perspective. You won't regret partnering with us.
Where you live in West Palm Beach determines which public schools your children may attend, and this in turn effects real estate values. Condos in The Bristol are zoned for the following Palm Beach County school districts: