New Construction Condo Towers Bring Outdoor Living Spaces to Tampa Bay

Outdoor Living Spaces

For homeowners in high-rise condo towers, private terraces and open-air balconies have always been coveted spaces to escape the frenetic pace of life and bask in the fresh air. They are an extension of the home’s interior, expanding the living space and infusing a home with a connection to the outdoors. Following the global pandemic, open-air terraces are emerging as one of the most meaningful rooms in a home as people re-evaluate how to find joy while spending more time at home. 

 

The developers of Tampa Bay luxury condo towers are ahead of this trend and have been designing with a keen understanding of a home’s therapeutic value and the importance of activating outdoor private space. These new construction condos offer more expansive terraces and balcony depths that are rarely found in the older condominium homes. Some even have multiple outdoor decks to enjoy morning coffee, al fresco dining, or daybed relaxation.

 

Coming to Bayshore Boulevard, Altura Bayshore prioritizes the view and residents’ desire to connect with the outdoors. Homes are designed with two or three large, open-air terraces (per plan), each with a glass railing to maximize the scenic views of Hillsborough Bay and the city. A typical home has a bedroom balcony and a large terrace that can be accessed from the Owner’s Suite and the Great Room while Residence 1 on the Fourth Floor of the luxury high-rise brings an additional 2,059 square feet of exterior living space to the home. This additional outdoor space can offer the freedom to sit around the firepit with your close friends, to chill in your spa, cook al fresco in your outdoor kitchen, or plant a garden of herb, vegetables, and potted citrus trees. 

 

Saltaire St. Pete Residence Balcony

Rendering of Saltaire St. Petersburg

 

Saltaire St. Petersburg also stands out for winning-outdoor design with dramatic walls of glass and over-sized terraces showcasing sweeping city and bay views. The Royal South Penthouse has three open-air terraces and offers an additional 1,728 square feet of exterior space to enjoy. Bay breezes and cotton-candy sunsets are part of the nightly wind-down.

 

Hyde Park House Terrace

Rendering of Hyde Park House Terrace

 

The balconies at Hyde Park House far exceed the standard depth of balconies in the past. Take in the Bay views, watching dolphins and birds hunt in the shallow Bay waters and observe from afar the activity along the Bayshore Boulevard trail. The expansive decks match the contemporary artistic flair of the residences’ interior aesthetic.

 

West Hollywood EDITION

West Hollywood EDITION

 

The outdoor space is transformed to a private oasis at the Residences at the Tampa EDITION. Each home has a completely wrap-around terrace covering the entire exterior of the residence. Relax after work on your day bed and watch the sunset as the downtown city lights start to shine. 

 

Sanctuary Balconies

Amenity Deck and Balconies at The Sanctuary at Bayshore

 

Humans are hard-wired for nature and need breaks from our screen saturated lifestyles. The Sanctuary at Bayshore Boulevard provides 48’ of continuous, unobstructed views of Bayshore Boulevard and the bay. A 225 square foot terrace is accessible from the great room and another 170 square foot terrace spills off of the Owner’s Suite, both with a frameless glass design.

 

Clear views of nature and access to the outdoors play a role in mental health and quality of life. By expanding the exterior, these Tampa Bay luxury high-rises offer what many towers in Northern cities are missing- the freedom to safely enjoy the fresh air and outdoor access without anxiety.

For additional information on outdoor living spaces and Tampa Bay’s New Construction Condo Towers visit: smithandassociates.com/developer-services

 

 

Posted on June 12, 2020 at 2:52 pm
Aimee Albright | Category: Community News, Company News | Tagged , ,

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