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Suffolk to build Alba Palm Beach

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Suffolk to build Alba Palm Beach

The project will feature 55 residences.


By David Malone, Managing Editor | February 8, 2022
Alba
Courtesy Spina O’Rourke + Partners

Suffolk has been chosen as the construction management firm to build Alba, a luxury condominium community that will be located at 4708 N. Flagler Drive in West Palm Beach, Fla. Spina O’Rourke + Partners is designing the project.

Alba will be a 21-story, 330,000-sf boutique development that will offer 55 residences in two, and three-bedroom options along with four-story townhomes. A private marina will be offered for all Alba residents. Other amenities will include two resort style pools, deck space with grill and lounge areas, a fitness center, and valet and concierge services. The Alba team has noted that the GMP for construction will be in place by April 2022.

The Alba project comes shortly after Suffolk has completed work on another West Palm Beach condo project, The Bristol. The Bristol is a 25-story, 610,000-sf luxury condominium that includes 69 high-end units and 12 guest suites with floor-to-ceiling glass above two parking levels. Solomon Cordwell Buenz designed The Bristol, which completed in September of 2019.

The Bristol
The Bristol. Courtesy Suffolk

 

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