DSDG Architects Awarded Best New Development for Infinity
DSDG Architects was recently awarded the Best New Development Platinum Award for Infinity on Longboat Key. The award, presented by SRQ magazine, recognizes design concept, function, usage, integrity of design, creativity and features. The competition celebrates new buildings enhancing the skyline along Florida’s Gulf Coast.
Crossgate Partners developed Infinity, who along with DSDG architects, is the creative force behind Océane Siesta Key.
From SRQ Magazine:
Longboat Key has seen a new condominium typology of ultra-large units to line its shores, shifting away from Mediterranean styling and closer toward a contemporary or modern style. This combination offers the perfect compromise for owners who appreciate the open space and lines of modern architecture, but are not willing to stray too far from their traditional roots. The metal roofs reflect the notion that Coastal Contemporary buildings are mostly an island-inspired, warm, relaxed design that includes clean lines, but isn’t as austere as a true modern structure, Infinity’s eleven exclusive units range in size from 4,800 square feet enlarging to the penthouse units at 7,600 square feet, and boast beachfront glass-walled living spaces parallel to the waterline, which offer unobstructed balcony vistas to the Gulf horizon. Each unit was customizable — even during construction — to give the new owners all their wants and needs. The units scaled from three bedrooms plus a den, to four or five bedrooms plus a media room in the penthouses. Owners found solace in the availability to customize wall layouts, circulation routes, electrical and A/V options plus every interior finish to their liking. Infinity is the embodiment of island lifestyle and merges the privacy and luxury expected on Longboat Key.
Owners of Océane can expect the same platinum-level design and features in their Siesta Key condominiums. “We are moving full-steam ahead toward setting a new standard for luxury living, not only on Siesta Key, but in all Sarasota,” said developer Randy Moore of Crossgate Partners.