Why Are Country Club Members Migrating to Singer Island’s Beaches?

POSTED ON March 20, 2018 - 5000 North Ocean

A steady stream of country club members from all over have been increasingly noted in their presence at Singer Island. The rise can easily be attributed to the carefree luxury condominium lifestyle and exquisite oceanfront views. The newest addition to the island is 5000 North Ocean, a 19-story luxury tower offering modern, contemporary design. Residents can enjoy a high level of service with an on-site concierge.

Minutes away from many country club members’ favorite things to do, these residences offer a way of life that is maintenance free and in the cultural heart of The Palm Beaches.

Private club members are recognizing the abundance of dining and shopping venues along PGA Boulevard, just 10 minutes away. Attentive service and eclectic food combinations create meals that will stand out to any culinary foodie. When residents of the island want a taste of the Palm Beaches close to home, 3800 Ocean serves up oceanfront views along with local ingredients in ways designed to challenge the palate. Coconuts on the Beach is another local favorite.

Why Are Country Club Members Migrating to Singer Island's Beaches?

While the ocean is calling, these golf aficionados are not giving up their private golf club memberships. They are only minutes away from teeing off on their beloved championship courses, yet they have added new added new outdoor adventures to their calendar. Nearby marinas are a great place to cast off for a day of offshore fishing or diving. John D. MacArthur’s oceanfront State Park is also popular for photography enthusiasts, bird watchers, kayakers and beach lovers. A continuous calendar of special events includes information nature excursions, how-to seminars and fun family events.

Why Are Country Club Members Migrating to Singer Island's Beaches?

The natural beauty of the area inspires local artists. On Thursday evenings at Sailfish Marina Resort, residents can find unique design and decoration pieces at the Sunset Celebration, the weekly arts and crafts fair. Residents and guests alike enjoy searching for eclectic works of art alongside the waterfront while a local band plays popular favorite songs. The Surfing Florida Museum offers surfing memorabilia and photos that document and highlight Florida’s surfing history, focusing specifically on the Palm Beach County area. Others like to engage themselves in the history and culture of the area. Palm Beach County, and especially Singer Island, offers a variety of ways to do that, ranging from museums to cultural events.

Why Are Country Club Members Migrating to Singer Island's Beaches?

Kolter Urban’s 5000 North Ocean will be home to only 48 exclusive residences and has been thoughtfully planned to take full advantage of the 4.5-acre development site and its 341 ft. of direct Palm Beach oceanfront.

Residents will enjoy a plethora of resort-style on-site amenities in a very private natural setting. Amenities include a one-of-a-kind private beach oasis of natural gardens at the dune’s edge, an oceanfront pool, state-of-the art fitness center and a resident club room.

Construction is well underway at 5000 North Ocean with delivery planned for the Fall of 2019. For a preview of the future, homebuyers are encouraged to visit the on-site Sales Gallery, which is open daily. An architectural scale model and full-size designer kitchen are available to provide an in-depth look at the community’s plans. For more information, visit 5000NOcean.com or call 844-500-0937