Effortless Living In Boca West

Condo living has been taking the world by storm. More and more home buyers are turning to luxurious living on Long Island, and the same goes for other areas of the country such as Florida.

Robert Siemens is the developer of the new Akoya Boca West, a 120-residence, luxury high-rise development, located on the grounds of the nation’s number one private residential country club, Boca West. The Siemens Group specializes in land acquisition, real-estate development, construction, real-estate management and sales and marketing. The company has built more than 15,000 homes across more than 20 communities during the past 40 years.

“During our many years in the development business, we have maintained an unparalleled ability for blending lifestyle, golf, and country club amenities into communities that elevate the expectations of buyers throughout the country,” said Siemens.

Akoya Boca West offers a new standard in condo living, with special features that other buildings may not have. According to Siemens, residents at Akoya will have access to a combination of amenities and services, including four celebrated 18-hole championship golf courses, a 29-court tennis complex, a European-inspired spa, a fitness and aquatics center, seven restaurants offering casual to gourmet fare and year round resort-style private club activities. Additional amenities include 24-hour front desk attendance with 16 privacy-controlled elevators with direct access into each residence, a card room and lavish social rooms designed for parties and social events.

The luxury living population spans across generations, with seniors and younger buyers alike interested in the property at Akoya.

“Many Baby Boomers are looking to downsize and Boca Raton has long been known as an ideal retirement destination, but hasn’t seen a project like Akoya Boca West,” said Siemens. “Luxurious condominium living is the new trend and Akoya’s sleek design is transforming the area. We started this project with a vision of bringing a fresh and modern residential development to the area. The project’s architecture is modern and was strategically constructed to optimize the expansive golf course views.”

The Siemens Group worked with Interiors by Steven G., one of the top high-end interior design firms in the country, on the design of each unit. Steven’s unique designs are cohesive with the vision for Akoya and will feature contemporary interiors with subtle Florida flair.

“Boca Raton offers all the charm and affluence of true South Florida living and is known for its cosmopolitan style,” said Siemens. “It is the exclusive lifestyle destination of choice for those who enjoy resort-style living, style and sophistication.”

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Jennifer Fauci
Jennifer Fauci is the former managing editor of Long Island Weekly, Anton Media Group's award-winning special sections and Anton’s local magazines. Her passion for literature, travel and the arts lend to the unique content in her publications. In her time at Anton, she has received first place in the Folio Awards, second place for the NYPA awards and is the recipient of six PCLI awards.

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