The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on December 12, 1976 · Page 120
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 120

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Palm Beach Post-Times, Sunday, December 12, 1976-F9 I Area Construction For immediate, complete personalized mortgage information! call your neighborhood Fidelity Federal mortgage counselor without delay! rritS i t1 i 1 t ortgago Monof is Available i i n " ( ' Mi!m i 1 r nil r- tt t t -it i South West Palm Lake Worth Area Call Ben Heath Juptter Tequesta Call Joe Bova West Palm 'Central Area Call Bob Fugcte Debbie Jeffries North Palm Beach Lake Park P.B. Gardens Call Bill Lay Bayer Palm Beach Wellington Call John Topa Drawing Shows One Home Design at Escondido State Approved 9429266 655-0282 535-5552 747-S160 793-3270 RIAL ESTATE COURSES "tbcgooc! lift: SALESMAN BROKER January Opening Scheduled Boca Development Has 4 Home Models EXPERT INSTRUCTION by REAL ESTATE PROFESSIONALS Real Estate Law Principles & Practices SAM BROWN BOB LUCAS L.L.B. J.D. REALTOR CRAM ilelity Federal SUITE 221, 721 U.S. Hwy. 1: North Palm Beach Now with Nine Neighborhood Offices SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION ggs For Registration Information Contact iSt' O a By CARL HARDY Post Staff Writer Escondido, a community of single-family homes in Boca Raton, has scheduled a grand opening for mid-January, offering four models of homes priced from $59,900 to $74,500. Located at Lyons Road, just west of Florida's Turnpike, the community is being developed by Yusem Properties. All four models are available with either three or four bedrooms and with a choice of three elevations that feature a basic California rustic look. All contain about 2,000 square feet. Owners may choose locations with either a lake or golf course view. The homes were designed by Quincy Johnson and Associates, architects and planners of Coral Gables and Atlanta. Recreation facilities include a lake with a boat ramp and a picnic area. Land planning is being directed by landscape architect Walter Taft Bradshaw of Lauderdale-By-The-Sea. (SHIER fx wm$ m QUI) mi h. .. . . t Construction started this past week on Ocean I, a $500,000 three-story commercial building at A1A and Palmetto Park Road in Boca Raton. Scheduled opening date is in May. Located on a long, narrow lot opposite the community beach, the building will include 12,500 square feet. The main floor will provide parking for about 55 vehicles. The first floor will be occupied by a 4,-000-square-foot Cunningham Drug Store. The second floor will contain about 5,500 square feet of office space, with the leasing and building management firm of Ocean I Realty occupying a 1,000-square-foot office. Eight to 10 executive suites also will be provided on the second floor. The third floor will have a 4,000-square-foot restaurant with a 2,000-square-foot patio. Architecturally, pre-east concrete and glass curtain walls protected by deep overhangs will be used. The building was designed by Shoup, McKinley, Johnson and Barrows, architects and planners in Boca Raton. Co-owners of the building are Gail G. Grant, president of Royal Palm Properties Inc ; Imogene van Zee, Real Estate broker, and Matthew Giacomino, general contractor for the project. Construction began recently on Monterey Shopping Plaza, a ' mall-type shopping center at SR 707 and U.S. 1 in Stuart. Work on phase I started two weeks ago and is due for completion in eight months, said II. D. Meyers, executive vice president of Ilalli International of Florida Inc. in Fort Lauderdale, the contractor. Phase I will include a Grand Union supermarket. The entire plaza will include about 40 other stores and parking facilities for about 600 cars. Phase I will cost about $1.5 million, Meyers said. Architect is F'rank J. Shropa of Fort Lauderdale. Heritage Oaks, a private residential waterfront community of single-family homes, will have a grand opening Dec. 19. Located on County Road in Tequesta, the development consists of 135 landscaped acres which will be divided into 194 single-family homesites. Home building will begin in January, with prices starting at $130,000, including cost of land. Recreational facilities include a Racquet Club designed by architect FJdward Durrell Stone, tennis courts and an 18-acre lake. Engineering is being handled by Lindahl & Browning, Inc. ol Jupiter. " "h v.-: 0 taw

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