“We were committed to preserving the vegetation in our community." - New Home Sales Professional Barb Eberhart
Bradenton, Fla. (PRWEB) January 18, 2016
Palma Sola Bay Club, West Bradenton’s new condominium community, is proud to announce the completion of the long-awaited observation deck. This high-end wood walkway, facing the picturesque sights of Palma Sola Bay, is heat and splinter-resistant, eco-friendly, and open to all Palma Sola Bay Club residents.
“We wanted our residents to be able to capture the tranquility, beauty and unbeatable sunsets,” says new home sales professional Barb Eberhart. “It’s exciting to offer a unique amenity that isn’t found in many other new home communities.” Access for kayakers was in place of the deck prior to construction, so none of the shore’s natural mangrove trees were harmed for this new upgrade. “We were committed to preserving the vegetation in our community,” says Eberhart. “It was something very important to us in this process.”
Small-scale construction on “phase two” of the observation deck project is set to take place in the coming months. The addition will include benches for enjoying the view and access to a kayak launch. With a large number of residents interested in water recreation activities, the new addition will enable those in the community to store kayaks and go kayaking just steps from their Palma Sola Bay Club condominium. In addition to the newly opened observation deck, residents can look forward to the grand opening of the community fire pit. “It’ll be done just in time for our chillier months,” says Eberhart. “When you’re done with a relaxing day of fishing on the deck, you can go warm up by the fire!”
About Palma Sola Bay Club
Palma Sola Bay Club is a condominium community currently under construction in Bradenton, Florida by developer Prospect Real Estate Group. When completed, the community will consist of 23 four-story buildings with nine residences in each, parking under the buildings and elevators in each building. The condominium-style residences, many with sweeping views of Palma Sola Bay, feature a unique blend of Key West and Florida coastal-inspired architectural elements and interiors with high ceilings and abundant natural light.