Seaward Development Completes Their EPOCH Team

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Seaward Development has assembled an award-winning team to design and build EPOCH, a boutique condominium of just 22 original residences.

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Seaward Development has assembled an award-winning team to design and build EPOCH, a boutique condominium of just 22 original residences. Patrick DiPinto III and David D.R. Hargreaves, Seaward Development’s principals, are creating a building that reflects the architectural history of Sarasota while taking full advantage of the sweeping views of Sarasota Bay. The design team includes the international architecture and planning firm of Nichols Brosch Wurst Wolf & Associates, Inc., DWY Landscape Architects and B. Pila Designs. Sales are being handled exclusively by Ocean Real Estate. DiPinto announced that Gilbane Building Company has been chosen as the general contractor for the downtown condominium project, completing their EPOCH team.

“David and I have put an extraordinary amount of time into every detail of EPOCH, starting with acquiring the exceptional site then assembling an amazing design team,” explained DiPinto. “With over 140 years of experience worldwide, naming Gilbane as our contractor just made sense. Our buyers will be uncompromising, so our builder should be as well.”

EPOCH’s exterior is a clear nod to the Sarasota School of Architecture with expansive terraces and large overhangs designed to underscore the play of light and shadow. The interior design carries through the midcentury aesthetic and the exterior amenities will include a 70’ lap pool, an entertainment area and intimate gathering spaces. The most impressive feature is the view of Sarasota Bay put on display from every residence due to the expansive walls of glass. For more information about this exclusive community, visit or call 941.388.2021 to schedule a personal appointment at the EPOCH sales gallery located at 53 S. Palm Avenue.


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EPOCH is a boutique condominium community of just 22 residences located between South Palm and Gulfstream Avenues in downtown Sarasota. Inspired by the timeless design of the Sarasota School of Architecture and realized by Nichols Brosch Wurst & Wolfe of Coral Gables, EPOCH residences feature open kitchens, oversized great rooms, indulgent bedroom suites, walls of glass, deep terraces and unobstructed bay views. Building amenities Include 24/7 concierge service, two levels of garage parking, rooftop terrace, a guest suite, fitness center with massage suite, a social room for entertaining that opens to the pool terrace offering a 70 ft lap pool, a bar/grill area for entertaining, cabanas and gathering spaces with fire troughs. EPOCH residences are priced from $3.3 million. For more Information visit

About Seaward Development, LLC.
Seaward Development, LLC. is a Sarasota based firm focused on developing boutique communities for the discerning homebuyer. Principals Patrick DiPinto III and David D.R. Hargreaves have an unwavering commitment to providing an attention to detail and service typically found only in the custom single-family home market. Projects Include Park Residences of Lido Key and 7 One One Palm, a condominium community with just 16 residences slated for completion January 2019. For over two decades DiPinto, a licensed building contractor, has developed and built hundreds of residential and commercial projects throughout Connecticut and Florida. Hargreaves is a retired Chief Financial Officer of a fortune 500 Company and an experienced real estate investor. For more Information visit

About Gilbane Building Company
Gilbane provides a full slate of construction and facilities-related services – from pre-construction planning and integrated consulting capabilities to comprehensive construction management, close-out and facility management services – for clients across various markets. Founded in 1873 and still a privately held, family-owned company, Gilbane has more than 50 office locations around the world. For more information, visit

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