As a longtime real-estate firm in South Florida, Waterfront Properties and Club Communities knows the importance of protecting the environment.
JUPITER, Fla. (PRWEB) April 03, 2013
Audubon Lifestyles, along with the International Sustainability Council, recently named the North Palm Beach firm of Nicklaus Design as a platinum member. Audubon Lifestyles and the International Sustainability Council serve as the administrative body of the Audubon movement’s programs to sustain the planet by providing educational opportunities to those working in the public sector, the private sector and individually, as well as offering them economic incentives to go green.
Jack Nicklaus, a Lost Tree Village resident who founded of the firm, said serving as a steward of the environment in the No. 1 concern when designing a new place to play the game. Nicklaus and his team have created a new paradigm in the world of development by referring to regulations and restrictions as opportunities to further the environment.
As a longtime real-estate firm in South Florida, Waterfront Properties and Club Communities knows the importance of protecting the environment. Protecting the environment is essential for the sustainability of the planet and is one of many reasons buyers consider homes for sale in Juno Beach, Jupiter, Tequesta and Stuart. Homeowners love the beautiful beaches that have led the area to be called the Gold Coast, and they love the turquoise waters where countless Spanish galleons – and their gold coins – have sunk, accounting for the term Treasure Coast. Fishing, snorkeling and kayaking are other watery reasons why northern Palm Beach and southern Martin counties are among the best places to live, work and play.
Golf also is a major draw, and Nicklaus Design is leading the charge. R. Eric Dodson, the executive director of Audubon Lifestyles and the International Sustainability Council, said Nicklaus Design is a global leader and a committed advocate that is worthy of Platinum status.
For information about Audubon Lifestyles and the International Sustainability Council, call 727-733-0762.
For information about Waterfront Properties, call 561-746-7272.