David A. Seglin
West Palm Beach, Florida
Solomon Cordwell Buenz
Located along the Intracoastal Waterway and adjacent to the Royal Park Bridge in West Palm Beach, The Bristol was inspired by the notion of a yacht sailing along the water and its ensuing wake. The contemporary architectural expression features an undulating floor-to-ceiling curved-glass façade that activates the elevations and evokes images of waves on the water. Deep curving balconies add to the design’s fluidity while also providing shade to the units.
The 25-story tower features 69 condominiums, ranging from 3,575 square feet to a 14,500 square-foot full floor penthouse with floor to ceiling heights between 10 – 12 feet. Each of the units are floor-through, offering all residents views of the water, and are served by private elevators. The open floor plans orient the main living areas and master suites to the east, capturing views of the waterway and Palm Beach. A series of private, below grade 2- and 3-car garages offer a total of 165 parking spaces.
The Bristol offers a bespoke collection of luxury amenities for residents. The elegant two story lobby features white marble with brass architectural detailing and opens to a lushly-landscaped waterfront terrace. The main salon provides an elegant and comfortable space for residents to meet, while an adjacent card room offers space for games and events. A private beauty suite and business center rounds out the amenity program on the main level. On the second floor, a well-appointed fitness center with separate men’s and women’s spas connects to a south-facing pool and sun deck.
At 609,000 square feet and a construction cost of $230 million, The Bristol was completed in 2019.