Friday, July 21, 2017

Illustrated Properties Lands $5.5 Million Palm Beach Biltmore Condo Listing

Shelley Newman

PALM BEACH, FL. | July 21, 2017 – Illustrated Properties, a member of The Keyes Family of Companies, has announced the acquisition of a $5.5 million turn-key listing in the Palm Beach Biltmore condominium building.

Mike Pappas
Shelly Newman, a top producer for Illustrated Properties, is the exclusive listing agent.

Designed 20 years ago by renowned architects David Martin and Charles T. Young and award-winning designer Bettye Jordan Young, Residence 712 at the Biltmore was originally constructed in New York and shipped to its current home at 150 Bradley Place. Inspired by the New York apartment of prominent businessman Bill Koch, Residence 712 was spotlighted in Architectural Digest’s “Around the World” feature.

The timeless 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom residence totals 2,000 square feet of living space and features African wood paneling, high countertops, Asian inspired accents, marble floors and a cityscape view overlooking the Intracoastal Waterway. The residence boasts of unsurpassed quality, impeccable attention to detail, and the highest standards for healthy living.

On-site building amenities at the Biltmore include an Olympic-sized salt water pool, infrared saunas, tennis court, three social gathering rooms and a state-of-the-art fitness center. A personal building representative and concierge are available to assist residents. The Biltmore includes private oceanfront beach club with shuttle service, two spas, a restaurant, and dock.

The prime location puts residents just minutes away from the famed Worth Avenue retail shops, dining and other local attractions.

“From the moment I walked in, I fell in love with the residence’s distinct and serene look,” said Newman. “It’s more than a home. It’s a piece of art. This masterpiece lives as glorious as it looks. The owners addressed the important core details of condominium living when designing this residence.”

Bettye Jordan Young
During her stint in the real estate world, the former award-winning professional figure skater with family ties to Palm Beach for over 50 years, and a business, sales and design background, has facilitated multiple notable transactions in Palm Beach, including the 1320 North Lake Way mansion, which closed for $14.5 million.

“Shelly has experience building, maintaining and selling properties,” said Mike Pappas, President and CEO of The Keyes Company. “Along with her persistent and disciplined athletic background, the unique combination makes her the perfect candidate for this listing.”

Independently-owned and operated since its founding in 1926, Keyes is extremely active in luxury residential real estate. In 2016, Keyes listed more than $1 billion in luxury homes priced at $1 million or more.

Keyes is a Founding Member and Shareholder of Leading Real Estate Companies of the World®, a global network of more than 550 premier real estate firms encompassing 4,000 offices and more than 128,000 Sales Associates in 55 countries.

In July 2016, Keyes and Illustrated Properties announced the completion of a merger between the two companies, which continue to operate under their existing brands. Overall, Keyes and Illustrated generate more than $6 billion in annual revenue from their real estate service lines.

For a complete copy of the company’s news release, please contact:
Jasmin Curtiss
PR Coordinator, BoardroomPR

O 954-370-8999

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