Secluded Natural Entrance Just the Start of an Oceanfront Makeover at 5000 North Ocean

POSTED ON July 14, 2016 - 5000 North Ocean

Oceanfront high rise living in the Palm Beaches is experiencing a makeover, courtesy of the design team at Kolter Urban. As one of the leading developers in the Southeast, Kolter is reinventing what it means to live in a luxury oceanfront condominium on the shores of the Palm Beaches.

Yes, we have all been there before. Traveling up and down Florida’s famous A1A in a sea of the status quo — endless oceanfront condominiums developed over the past 30 years that are now very hard to tell apart. Although Miami has experienced a design revolution, the scarcity of Palm Beach County oceanfront has kept new development relatively quiet. Until now.

5000 North Ocean on Singer Island is Kolter’s first luxury oceanfront tower since the successful sellout of 4001 North Ocean in Gulfstream. 4001’s introduction at the height of the downturn raised a few eyebrows at the time, but gave a clear indication that Kolter was leading the industry into the future. It’s no surprise to see the design innovation being introduced in its newest venture.

After completing the teardown of the nearly abandoned Harbor Point condominium at the northern end of the barrier island, it was clear that 5000 North Ocean would be different. The 4.4-acre master site plan takes full advantage of the natural landscape that surrounds it. Residents will arrive to an understated private entrance flanked on both sides by lush mangrove forests and wetlands. “At 5000 North Ocean we worked hard to create a very unique sense of arrival for our residents,” say Bob Vail, President of Kolter Urban. “More than half of the property will remain in its natural state, including the private beach oasis zone that runs the full length of our 340+ ft. of direct oceanfront.”