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Catalfumo Companies, the iconic and long-time Palm Beach County developer, will soon celebrate the launch of their latest project, Landing at PGA Waterway. This luxury marina-front residential community is located in the heart of The Palm Beaches, featuring an exclusive collection of just 98 residences and numerous innovative resort-style amenities. The community’s enviable homeport on the corner of the Intracoastal Waterway and PGA Boulevard, however, is not the only aspect attracting people to this one-of-a-kind community. The growth of this project will also greatly benefit the local job market as well as the Palm Beach County market.

Mentoring Small Palm Beach County Businesses

As the visionary leader behind Landing at PGA Waterway and the founder of Catalfumo Companies, Dan Catalfumo has paved the way for business growth throughout the city. Born and raised in the area, Catalfumo has made it his life’s work to focus on development and construction within Palm Beach County, and to provide jobs and quality work to local companies. He has a “local-preferred” mentality, and through his vast 40-year portfolio, has mentored several small companies to help them scale up. Dan himself is a resident of Palm Beach County, works in Palm Beach County, and the people around him are from and within Palm Beach County. That is the Catalfumo Way.

Committed to Hiring Locally

Catalfumo Companies is committed to hiring a minimum of 80-85% local workforce from Palm Beach County (both direct employees and vendors). The recently launched Landing at PGA Waterway development is projected to create 300-400 new jobs in Palm Beach County alone. Additionally, instead of hiring outside companies, Landing at PGA Waterway’s development team is primarily comprised of local Palm Beach County firms that have all been expanding their presence and footprints together as the county grows. Catalfumo Companies is excited to support these locally established and growing firms.

Spina O’Rourke + Partners (Palm Beach Gardens natives) will be creating a striking architecture plan, with the help of Landscape Architects 2GHO (based out of Palm Beach Gardens) to design the private enclave’s 11 lush acres. Working with their local outpost in West Palm Beach, Suffolk Construction will be the general contractor for the community. Finally, The Decorators Unlimited (headquartered in Palm Beach Gardens) will bring sophisticated luxury to Landing at PGA Waterway’s interior designs.

Dan will also be working with local vendors, including Palm Beach Glass, for the collection of materials. Tony Rodrigues Metal Framing has grown from 2 employees to 22 full-time employees through mostly working on various Catalfumo projects. Selected for the concrete work, the family-run Pate Construction company is Catalfumo’s residential neighbor, and shares in Dan’s commitment to hiring locally.

Catalfumo Companies | A Track Record of Quality and Success

Catalfumo Companies is built on the core values of integrity, quality, and service. Established in 1978 by Daniel Catalfumo, the business has become the largest privately-owned development firm in Palm Beach, successfully completing over 75 million square feet of real estate with an aggregate value of over $8 billion. An ever-present culture of meticulous attention to detail and visionary expertise ensures quality from the ground up. Catalfumo Companies’ solid reputation was built from developing other successful projects in the area, including the development of 2700 N Ocean in Singer Island, construction management of The Ritz-Carlton Golf Club & Spa in Jupiter, Legacy Place in Palm Beach Gardens, Oasis in Singer Island, and numerous projects along PGA Boulevard.

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Developed by Catalfumo Companies, Landing at PGA Waterway will be the first and only marina-front residences within Palm Beach Gardens. Each ultra-luxe three, four, and five-bedroom residence is designed for optimal enjoyment and entertainment, with soaring floor-to-ceiling windows and private terraces providing elevated and unobstructed views of the picturesque Intracoastal Waterway. Ranging from approximately 3,100 to 5,000 interior square feet, every detail within these private enclaves has been meticulously planned to offer cutting-edge technology and best-in-class residential features.

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Future residents of Landing at PGA Waterway will also enjoy an unprecedented waterfront lifestyle, with a limited collection of boat slips available for lease, accommodating vessels up to 75 ft. in length. An array of resort-style amenities will also include a 100-foot infinity-edge heated swimming pool with cabanas overlooking the Intracoastal Waterway, a multi-level waterfront clubhouse with welcoming entertainment spaces, a spa with various treatment rooms, a state-of-the-art fitness center, and on-site concierge, among many other offerings.

Priced from $4 million, pre-sales for Landing at PGA Waterway are slated to commence soon. Join the VIP list to stay updated and be included as more information is released. Please visit LandingPGAWaterway.com or call 561-403-1011 for more information.

As Featured in Forbes, Contributed by Peter Lane Taylor.
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Contrary to various public misconceptions, Mar-a-Lago—the exclusive Atlantic oceanfront resort that frequently served as former President Donald Trump’s “Winter White House”—didn’t make Palm Beach, Florida’s lavish real estate and lifestyle famous for the first time around.

The Sunshine State’s “Playground for the Wealthy” long has been uber-posh, dating back to the late 1880s when oil tycoon Henry Flagler first built The Breakers and The Royal Poinciana Hotel which eventually became the centerpieces of his luxury, southern hospitality empire catering to northern old money and spawning the now infamous “Billionaire’s Row”.

So it shouldn’t come as a surprise either that even after Trump’s 2020 Oval Office departure, Palm Beach’s luxury real estate market isn’t showing any signs of decelerating even if Air Force One isn’t landing in town anymore.

Writ large, part of the froth is because South Florida in general has been on a bull market run since even before the pandemic.

Low taxes, warm weather, business friendly regulations, and burgeoning innovation ecosystems were already luring finance firms, tech start-ups, and executives to Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Palm Beach, Tampa, and Orlando before 2020 as fast as California and New York could shed them. COVID-19 just widened the highways and threw away the speed limits.

The compounding in-migration over past few years, however, has resulted in one of the most unsubtle real estate ironies here in decades: after years of booms, busts, and frequently tumbling prices, South Florida now has a big-time housing and inflation crisis that few people were anticipating.

At the highest ends in places like Palm Beach—a.k.a. “Wall Street South”—where billionaires, CEOs, sports stars, and celebrities like Tiger Woods, Sylvester Stallone, Michael Jordan, Bill Gates, Larry Ellison, Steve Wynn, Jon Bon Jovi, and Ken Griffin have been digging in for years, the supply crunch is even more acute.

Since the beginning of the pandemic, Palm Beach County’s luxury, single-family homes sales—including Palm Beach, Palm Beach Gardens, West Palm Beach, and Palm Beach Islands—have increased by 53.5% year-over-year while the average time on market has plummeted to 58 days in the first quarter of 2022, a 57.2% year-over-year drop. In North Palm Beach and Palm Beach Gardens specifically, where only 89 active single-family listings are currently active, home sales are up 68% year-over-year with total volume jumping from $678 million to $1.34 billion.

Similarly eye-popping, the numbers for Palm Beach County’s mid- and high-rise condo sub-market aren’t far behind: average days on market decreased by 41% in 2021 over the same period in 2020, while first quarter 2022 luxury condo closings are up 54% from 2020.

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Developers and real estate investors are rightly trying to keep up.

Related Group recently announced plans to bring a new Ritz-Carlton Residences high rise to West Palm Beach, while South Flagler House, a $400 million luxury condominium, is on track to become one of the most expensive residential developments in the U.S.

Meanwhile, multi-million dollar condo projects that have been under construction for years are well-timed to start absorbing buyers starting in the next few months, like Amrit Ocean Resort & Residences, SeaGlass, Nautilus 220, Icon, La Clara, Forte, and Alba.

Notwithstanding all of this new inventory, however, a lot of the long-term drivers behind Palm Beach’s supply crisis aren’t easily tractable—which other similarly tight and tony zip codes in Silicon Valley, Long Island, and Los Angeles could learn from. Many of the buildings about open up were sold out months ago or pre-sold pre-pandemic so they’re not even putting a dent in existing or future demand.

Land is also scarce, sprawling, multi-generational estates are common, and most residents who have lived here for years whether full or part-time roundly agree that if you already own one of the few waterfront properties available why not hold onto it, especially when price appreciation is outpacing the bull stock market?

Each of these factors individually is an incentive for developers to build. But for locals collectively, they’re a glaring red light not to sell, particularly when it comes to single-family homes and estates. There’s also no small bit of NIMBYism (“Not In My Back Yard”) invisibly at work here when it comes to the prospect of denser, more overtly visible developments.

All of which means that every new Palm Beach luxury real estate project which adds new inventory while simultaneously satisfying the increasing demand for larger floor plans, hotel-style amenities, and waterfront views at scale is great for prospective buyers and companies looking to relocate here—and even better for the developers building them.

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This fundamental shift—from South Florida’s historically dense condo model to full-floor, all-glass, single-family, high-tech, high- and mid-rise “residences”—a.k.a. “homes in the sky”—is no small turning point. Developers will need to change their design, technology, and financing paradigms. Buyers will need to be patient.

What is clear to anyone paying attention, however, is that these trends for more space, more resort-level, work-from-home luxuries, better, high-touch service, deeper experiences, and longer horizon investing on the part of buyers are here to stay.

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Given this context, the announcement by long-time Palm Beach-based developer Catalfumo Companies that it’s just launched the Landing at PGA Waterway is huge news for one of America’s most inventory starved cities.

“Palm Beach Gardens has become the ultimate, luxury real estate enclave in South Florida,” says founder Dan Catalfumo. “It’s now attracting even more refined and notable individuals relocating to the area. And from this came the inspiration for Landing at just the right time.”

The Landing will offer 98 flow-through three, four, and five-bedroom residences ranging from 3,100 to 5,000 square feet spread out over three, 6-story buildings on the last remaining 11 contiguous acres of open land in Palm Beach Gardens directly on the Intracoastal Waterway with yacht access to Lake Worth, Palm Beach Inlet, and Jupiter Inlet.

The development will also include a private, 26-slip marina for power and sailboats up to 75′, 100-foot infinity-edge swimming pool, resort-style cabanas, a clubhouse, spa, guesthouse suites, high-tech in-unit features and finishes, and an on-site concierge.

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If anything about the Landing at PGA Waterway sounds over-amenitized given Palm Beach’s supply crunch, it’s not.

“This is what today’s market and buyer demands,” says Kevin Spina, Sales Director of The Spina Team of Landing’s luxury “sky villa” approach to merging single-family home space and design with the amenities and service of a 5-star resort.

“Palm Beach County is now a flourishing hub as major companies are migrating to the ‘Wall Street of the South’. We are excited to bring Landing at PGA Waterway to this thriving market and anticipate that it will transform the way we understand and experience luxury waterfront living.”

Residences at Landing at PGA Waterway start at $3.9M with pre-sales to commence June 1st. The project is slated to break ground in the third quarter of 2022.

Landing at PGA Waterway will be the first and only private, luxury marina-front residences to overlook the Intracoastal Waterway at PGA Boulevard. The exceptionally unique community enjoys an elevated site that spans more than 800 ft. of the Intracoastal shoreline. The highly anticipated community will offer an unprecedented waterfront lifestyle in an enviable Palm Beach Gardens location. The community is the vision of South Florida developer Dan Catalfumo and will offer a limited collection of just 98 luxurious waterfront residences, as well as private boat slips accommodating vessels up to 75 ft. in length.

The Catalfumo Companies

Credited with dozens of successful properties developed in Palm Beach Gardens, Dan Catalfumo of Catalfumo Companies is the visionary leader who assembled an impressive development team to bring the project to life. Founded in 1978, Catalfumo is one of the largest family-owned and operated development firms in South Florida. They are consistently recognized for delivering thoughtful design and exceptional quality in every project.

Catalfumo Companies’ solid reputation was built from developing other successful projects in the region including The Ritz-Carlton Residences on Singer Island, Addison Reserve Country Club in Delray Beach, and The Ritz-Carlton Country Club in Jupiter. They have also developed the five buildings within Marriott’s Ocean Pointe along with the Canon Sport condominium for Nationwide Insurance, both in Palm Beach Shores.

Spina O’Rourke

Spina O’Rourke residential design and architecture firm has garnered attention in recent years with their innovative concepts for VistaBlue on Singer Island, Azure in the Palm Beaches and The Alexander in downtown West Palm Beach.  Founded in West Palm Beach in the late 1970s, Spina O’Rourke is an acclaimed architecture and interior design firm. For over 40 years, the company has created executive and innovative designs that inspire and enhance the surrounding environment. This dedication and innovation earned them recognition in South Florida Business Journal’s architects of distinction in their Book of Lists in 2018.

The company’s experienced design team has been responsible for cutting-edge architecture throughout the medical, restaurant, automotive, financial, and corporate office industries.

The Decorators Unlimited

Landing at PGA Waterway’s sophisticated interior designs will be created by Bob Martin and his team at The Decorators Unlimited. This premier, luxury interior design firm is internationally renowned for its unparalleled attention to detail, exquisite furnishes, and seamless final touches. With decades of relationships on their side, Martin’s team has created elegant spaces across the world, from the California coastline and colorful Caribbean Islands to the majestic mountains of Colorado and the remote reaches of Russia. The Decorator’s Unlimited touch is elevating the Landing at PGA Waterway’s interior spaces including all residences, common areas, and the Clubhouse.

Real Estate Sales Team

As the sales team behind Landing at PGA Waterway, Kevin Spina and Angel Taylor have over 50 years of combined real estate experience. Kevin Spina, founder of The Spina Group, and his team are constantly ranked as one of the top real estate teams in Palm Beach County for their unparalleled personal service, and vast area knowledge. The Spina Group is also a part of The Keyes Company, the number one independent brokerage firm in Florida. Angel Taylor, a resident of the Palm Beaches, enjoys sharing her wealth of local knowledge as well. As an on-site broker, Angel has sold real estate in some of the most prestigious Palm Beach County communities, including SeaGlass Jupiter Island, The Bears Club and Water Club, North Palm Beach.

Cotton & Company

Cotton & Company is an industry leader in the brand development of curated luxury properties from around the globe. Serving an impressive roster of clients over the past four decades, their specialized team breathes life into extraordinary communities to inspire the imagination while also capturing the innovation of each unique address. The company’s vast portfolio showcases success in markets worldwide, including communities from Panama to Poland and throughout the US and the Caribbean. Cotton & Company has also been selected by Forbes Global Properties to brand its luxury residential real estate portal with its elite clientele worldwide.

Enviable Palm Beach Gardens’ Waterfront Address

With a world-class development team, the design for Landing at PGA Waterway will soon be unveiled and available for sale. The boutique, gated community is set to offer 98 spacious waterfront residences ranging approximately from 3,100 to over 5,000 sf. Homeowners will arrive at the residential sanctuary through a 24-hour manned guardhouse to undercover parking.  The eight-level towers will include six residential levels that rise above two floors of underground parking, providing elevated views of the Intracoastal Waterway.

An extraordinary, multi-story Clubhouse will include, a Resident club room, state-of-the-art fitness center, expansive pool deck with cabanas, outdoor gathering places, and a myriad of resident services, provided by the on-site staff.

With its world-class destination address in Palm Beach Gardens, Landing at PGA Waterway is in the heart of a vibrant arts and cultural scene. The surrounding area boasts some of the best beaches in Florida, world-class dining and shopping, entertainment, and creative discoveries, and is recognized as the “Golf Capital of the World.” The Gardens Mall and nearby Worth Avenue offer an abundance of designer shops and specialty restaurants. Nature lovers enjoy the John MacArthur Beach State Park, with 1.6 miles of pristine shoreline, water sports, nature trails, and more to enjoy. Boaters, fishermen, and divers relish the easy access to spectacular offshore adventures, and The Palm Beaches serve as the yachting gateway to the Caribbean. The Palm Beach International Airport and the private jet center at North County Airport are also just minutes away.

Residences at Landing at PGA Waterway start at $3.9M with pre-sales to commence June 1st. The project is slated to break ground in the third quarter of 2022. Join the VIP list to stay updated and be included as more information is released. To join the VIP list, visit LandingPGAWaterway.com or call (561) 403-1011 to learn more.

There’s a buzz about Palm Beach Gardens as Catalfumo Companies has just announced the launch of Landing at PGA Waterway. Perfectly situated along the Intracoastal Waterway at PGA Boulevard, this luxury community will be the first and only waterfront residences offered in this premier destination.

Landing at PGA Waterway will offer 98 ultra-luxe residences in a boutique, gated community setting, ranging from approximately 3,100 to over 5,000 sq. ft. The residences will offer the finest interior appointments and features while overlooking the shimmering Intracoastal Waterway.

Residents will enjoy an exceptional Palm Beach lifestyle with the peace of mind of living in a private, gated community. Homeowners will take advantage of two levels of undercover parking with six levels of residential rising above the Intracoastal shoreline.

The highly anticipated waterfront community will surround a unique, multi-level Clubhouse amenity overlooking the waterway. World-class amenities will include a fully staffed arrival lobby, Resident club room, state-of-the-art fitness center, expansive pool deck with cabanas, outdoor gathering places, and a limited number of private boat slips, accommodating vessels up to 75 ft. in length.

Renowned South Florida Developer, Dan Catalfumo of Catalfumo Companies, is the visionary leader behind the luxury residential community. Founded in 1978, the company is one of the largest family-owned and operated development firms in the Southeast United States, with a successful track record of landmark properties in Palm Beach Gardens. Catalfumo is recognized for its exceptional quality and thoughtful design brought to every project.

In Palm Beach County alone, Catalfumo Companies developed The Ritz-Carlton Residences on Singer Island, Addison Reserve Country Club in Delray Beach, and The Ritz-Carlton Country Club in Jupiter. They have also developed the five buildings within Marriott’s Ocean Pointe in Palm Beach Shores. Despite their expansive portfolio, CEO and founder Dan Catalfumo agrees that this property will become his company’s most pinnacle project.

“With such a unique setting and one of the last remaining pieces of land on PGA Boulevard, we are looking forward to bringing something new and elevated to the Palm Beach Gardens community,” said Dan Catalfumo. “The Palm Beaches have become a destination for the world, and we are delivering something unavailable anywhere else in South Florida.”

Palm Beach Gardens and the PGA Boulevard corridor is a thriving coastal community. The area boasts some of the best beaches in Florida, world-class dining and shopping, cultural and creative discoveries, and is known as the “Golf Capital of the World.” The Gardens Mall and nearby Worth Avenue offer an abundance of designer shops and specialty restaurants. Nature lovers enjoy the John MacArthur Beach State Park, with 1.6 miles of pristine shoreline, water sports, nature trails, and more to enjoy. Boaters, fishermen and divers relish the easy access to spectacular offshore adventures, and The Palm Beaches serve as the yachting gateway to the Caribbean.

Landing at PGA Waterway is conveniently located to Palm Beach International Airport and the private jet center at North County Airport just minutes away. Convenient access to both Florida’s Turnpike and Interstate 95 brings the sporting and entertainment excitement of South Florida within easy reach.

Residences at Landing at PGA Waterway start at $3.9M with pre-sales to commence June 1st. The project is slated to break ground in the third quarter of 2022. Join the VIP list to stay updated and be included as more information is released. To join the VIP list, visit LandingPGAWaterway.com or call (561) 403-1011 to learn more.