DDG celebrated the completion of 3550 South Ocean

3550 South Ocean

Real estate development firm DDG celebrated the completion of 3550 South Ocean, the first new beachfront residential development on Palm Beach. DDG has assembled a team of acclaimed designers, including GarciaStromberg | GS4studios, Kobi Karp Architecture and Champalimaud Design. With a signature sawtooth form, the building’s architecture enables each of the 30 expansive residences to enjoy natural light and unparalleled ocean views.

Each home in the seven-story building features direct elevator access, private balconies, direct water views and expansive layouts ranging from 2,600 to over 3,600 square feet. Five penthouses boast private rooftops with custom spas and outdoor kitchens, as well as Atlantic Ocean and Intracoastal Waterway views. The modern interiors designed by Champalimaud Design use clean contemporary lines and a soft color palette to channel a timeless Palm Beach style and create warm, inviting homes.

Hallmarks of the residential interiors include open-plan, chef-caliber kitchens with custom islands composed of intricate stonework, solid oak flooring and top-of-the-line appliance and fixture packages. Floor-to-ceiling glass windows, open living areas and private balconies blur the line between indoor and outdoor living. Residents of 3550 South Ocean will enjoy a curated selection of amenities, including private beach access, a beachfront salt water swimming pool and terrace, fitness studio, on-site surf board and stand-up paddleboard storage, and private valet parking.

DDG’s 24/7 concierge provides on-demand lifestyle services including in-residence massages, private training, and yoga and youth fitness. A partnership with the nearby Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa offers exclusive resident benefits. DDG also has an exclusive relationship with Star Jets International to provide residents with custom concierge jet services, including car transfers, itinerary customization, jet selection, onboard catering and more. Source by DDG and photo Courtesy of M18 Public Relations.

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