Brooklyn based architects Alloy have just launched plans for a brand new development in Florida beach town Vero Beach. The property, 8050 Vero Beach, is a collection of minimalist lofts, sprinkled with a tropical architecture feel, to match the region's geography and climate.
Known to be the 'Hamptons' equivalent of the South Florida area, where many of the city's high profile residents keep a vacation home and escape to, when they need a break from urban life, Vero Beach is a beautiful coastal town some 140 miles north from the heart of Miami.
The project will be able to offer a combination of contemporary interiors with lush landscaping of local plants and grown oak trees, right next to the water. 8050 Vero Beach is the 'first new development on the beach in many years', explain the architects. And with the Vero Beach Airport - previously open only to private aviation - about to open for commercial flights from the New York City area soon, chances are that this Florida town is only going to become more popular.
The boutique development will house 18 condominiums, none smaller than 3,300 sq ft. All are designed to share dramatic views of the ocean and have access to private terraces. A pool with pool house, beach cabanas and an outdoor summer kitchen, complete the rich amenities available to tenants. Sales will be launching in January.