Pettingell to lead sales effort at Azure, a new Palm Avenue boutique condo


azureThe trend toward smaller, very upscale condominium projects is continuing in Sarasota.

Seaward Development has released a rendering of its Azure on Palm, at 711 S. Palm Ave., and announced that Coldwell Banker Previews ace Roger Pettingell is heading up the sales effort for developer Patrick N. DiPinto III.

Prices range from $1.4 million to $1.8 million for the 16 residences. The groundbreaking is slated for spring of 2016.

“Azure on Palm is all about luxury, lifestyle and location,” said Pettingell. “The fresh and contemporary style of this new project will fit in perfectly downtown Sarasota.”

The condo, designed by DSDG Architects of Sarasota, is described by the development team as a "low-scale, low-density luxury boutique building comprises four levels of living above a covered parking garage. At nearly 2,900 total square feet, the floor-through residences include three and four bedrooms, three baths, outdoor terrace with grill, chef’s kitchen with professional-grade stainless-steel appliances and plenty of room to live, work and entertain.

"The residences boast an open floor plan with 10-foot ceilings and 11 feet in the penthouses, and glass window wall sliders leading out to the balcony. The four penthouse suites have many extras include a fireplace, bar and sound system."

“Azure was thoughtfully designed to accommodate the single-family home purchaser, at the same time, offering the modern conveniences of luxury condominium living," said DiPinto. “Sarasota is not Miami, and smaller boutique communities like Azure help us achieve a more interesting and desirable small-town residential lifestyle.”

DSDG is the firm of Mark Sultana and Tom Denslow.

Harold Bubil

Recipient of the 2015 Bob Graham Architectural Awareness Award from the American Institute of Architects/Florida-Caribbean, Harold Bubil is real estate editor of the Herald-Tribune Media Group. Born in Newport, R.I., his family moved to Sarasota in 1958. Harold graduated from Sarasota High School in 1970 and the University of Florida in 1974 with a degree in journalism. For the Herald-Tribune, he writes and edits stories about residential real estate, architecture, green building and local development history. He also is a photographer and public speaker. Contact him via email, or at (941) 361-4805.
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