ONE WATERMARK PLACE
Surrounded by the Intracoastal Waterway and overlooking the glorious Atlantic Ocean, One Watermark Place’s spacious residences, with their huge terraces and private balconies, are more indicative of estate homes, and the amenities that serve them are equal to the most famed five-star resorts. Tastefully designed, each elegant tower estate features the attention and design excellence upon which WCI has built its award-winning reputation. One Watermark Place was honored with the Gold 2002 Florida’s BEST Award presented by the Builder’s Association of South Florida for Overall Building in the Mid and High Rise category. There are four available luxury tower estate floor plans range from 4,035 to 5,650 air-conditioned square feet and include private elevator, fireplace, large terraces, spacious bedroom suites and bathrooms, wardrobe areas and gourmet kitchen with state-of-the-art appliances, custom cabinetry, built-in cappuccino maker and a wine cooler. The Four lavish penthouse residences range from 7,649 to 9,061 under a/c square footage and offer such additional luxuries as separate guest quarters and private library. Moreover, One Watermark Place’s incomparable location offers breathtaking vistas of the Intracoastal, Palm Beach and Atlantic Ocean. One Watermark Place’s are truly homes in the sky, full of luxury, featuring private elevator entrances, concierge service, garaged parking, valet service and an amenity level rivaling the finest five-star resorts with a fitness center, social room, private theatre with stadium seating and an executive boardroom. Also, the One Watermark Place features a private pool, sun deck, cabanas and elegant entertainment areas with lushly landscaped grounds complement the buildings stunning exterior. Besides its amazing waterfront location, One Watermark Place is situated right off Flagler convenient to both Palm Beach and Downtown West Palm Beach, so residents can also take in all that the Palm Beach area has to offer including shopping along Worth Avenue, spending the day at an art exhibit at the Norton Museum of Art, or an opera at Kravis Center for the Performing Arts.