High-rise living is a popular trend in Southwest Florida.
But living in the sky wasn’t always in high demand.
Historically, many of the world’s tallest buildings were built to house offices. And at that time many people were not accustomed to living in high rises, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Move aside offices. Now, it’s popular and desirable to live in a majestic high-rise building with luxury amenities complete with amazing views.
And in Naples, the appetite for trophy properties is growing.
“People are paying for the status and the exclusivity of living on that next higher floor,” says Nancy Packes, a New York-based residential development consultant and marketer who has worked with many skyscraper developers. “There’s a psychological component to living on high floors in a building. Even though views don’t change materially.”
Trieste at Bay Colony
Trieste at Bay Colony has less than half the traditional amount of floors in you’d see in bigger, more affluent buildings popular in New York or Chicago.
You’ll never have to worry about your views disappearing on a cloudy day and you’ll be able to enjoy year round panoramic views of the beach. You can’t get that in the Big Apple.
Trieste is the final luxury, high-rise condominium tower in the Bay Colony community at Pelican Bay. This building was designed by Robert Wedroe, AIA, and constructed by WCI in 2002. It offers 106 grand residences on 20 floors with private elevators leading to units with panoramic views of the Gulf, bay and city.
Trieste’s spacious condos range in size from 3,400 square feet to over 9,000 square feet for penthouse units, with soaring nine-to-18-foot ceilings.
Some units even offer custom millwork, wine storage, electric storm shutters and surround-sound systems.
Pelican Bay is known for its luxury amenities and concierge services. And Trieste doesn’t disappoint with a two-story grand salon with a state-of-the-art movie theater and surround sound, billiards room and resort-style pool with a spa and social pavilion. Optional memberships are also available for golf or yachting. Trieste is in close proximity to fine dining, shopping and the Naples Philharmonic.
If you’d rather have some fun in the sun, Trieste borders a two-mile stretch of white sandy beaches.
And for all you golf aficionados out there, Pelican Bay has three nine-hole courses designed by architect, Arthur Hills.
Condo units are going fast. Come see what Trieste has to offer today!