Akoya at Boca West Country Club is welcoming its newest residents at the 113-unit luxury building.
Closings and move-ins are underway at the building, which offers two-to-four bedroom units with dens priced from $1 million to over $4 million.
Built by Siemens Group, units range from 2,000 to over 4,000 square feet. Each residence features large, open living areas and floor-to-ceiling impact U.V. resistant windows offering golf course and lake views.
Residents will enjoy a gated entrance, attended lobby and private foyer with elevators providing direct access into each unit. Luxury amenities include exclusive access to Akoya’s resort-style swimming pool and sun deck, a 24-hour ﬁtness center with state-of-the-art training equipment, a party room for social events, a card room and a board room.
“Akoya gave us a unique opportunity to build a one-of-a-kind project with stunning golf course views,” said Rob Siemens, Siemens Group. “The premier access to Boca West and its world-class amenities was a major draw when selecting where to build, and all of the infrastructure was already in place. We couldn’t have picked a better location.”
The development sits on the grounds of Boca West Country Club. In addition to Akoya’s exclusive amenities, residents will enjoy access to a combination of Boca West’s resort-style amenities and services, including: four celebrated 18-hole championship golf courses, a 29-court tennis complex, a European inspired spa, a fitness and aquatics center, seven restaurants offering casual to gourmet fare, and year-round private club activities.
Akoya was designed by renowned architecture firm Garcia Stromberg/GS4 Studios with Interiors by Steven G.
“When designing developments, we put a major focus on experimenting with new design concepts and utilizing the spatial components of the surrounding land to create projects that mirror a work of art,” said Jorge Garcia, Garcia Stromberg/GS4 Studios. “Akoya is located in a premier location with beautiful golf course views, which are visible from each residence. The project is a work of art and a major game changer – especially for golf lovers.”