Developer DDG is proud to announce that construction at 3550 South Ocean is complete, marking the addition of the first new beachfront residential building on Palm Beach Island in over a decade, and it’s bringing a collection of spacious modern and elegant homes with Atlantic Ocean views to the iconic community. These Palm Beach condos feature interiors by renowned firm Champalimaud Design and boast a suite of luxury amenities more commonly associated with resorts—complete with private beach access, a beachfront pool with a large terrace, a fitness studio where residents can receive personal training and on-demand concierge services from the building’s professional in-house staff.
For more than a decade, longtime and would-be residents of tony Palm Beach Island have waited for a residential development that’s modern and amenity-filled, not to mention right on the beach. Well, now the wait is over as developers, brokers, and even the mayor of South Palm Beach herself recently celebrated the completion of 3550 South Ocean—Palm Beach’s newest building with luxury condos for sale.
As the first residential building here in more than 10 years, 3550 South Ocean had a lot to live up to, and award-winning real estate development firm DDG was up to the task. The company’s refined eye and attention to every detail have fashioned iconic buildings in New York and California that bear witness to partnerships with world-class architects and designers.
In the case of 3550 South Ocean, GS4studios, Kobi Karp Architecture and Interior Design, and Champalimaud Design joined forces with DDG to create homes that combine old-school Palm Beach style with a contemporary perspective. The result is an elegant structure marked by floor-to-ceiling glass windows that give every unit expansive views of the Atlantic Ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway, and plenty of Florida sunshine.
While Palm Beach’s natural wonder surrounds you at 3550 South Ocean, the well-curated amenities, including an on-site concierge, valet parking, private beach access, and an outdoor pool, also help set the project apart. As Jay Phillip Parker, CEO of Douglas Elliman’s Florida Brokerage, notes, 3550 South Ocean “offers the rare opportunity to purchase a new home directly on the beach with all of the lifestyle amenities one could wish for, and it situates residents extremely close to the world-class dining, shopping, and cultural institutions at the heart of Palm Beach.”
The best part is you can experience this laidback yet sophisticated lifestyle for yourself. While many people have already secured their spot right on the ocean at 3550 South Ocean, some of these exquisite homes are still available.
And it’s all even better in person. Join us for a tour and experience firsthand what true Palm Beach luxury is all about at 3550 South Ocean.
Inside and out, 3550 South Ocean is a celebration of custom finishes. Organic materials, subtly textured surfaces, Fantini fixtures, and glass walls create effortlessly modern spaces in these elegant Palm Beach condos. In fact, there exists a special relationship among all these finishes, and that relationship is at the heart of the synergy that’s created within the living spaces at 3550 South Ocean.
The Palm Beach condos for sale at 3550 South Ocean are a masterful reinterpretation of the classic beachfront residences that have become synonymous with this part of the shore. The design reflects both the natural surroundings as well as the modern sophistication that is a hallmark of the South Palm Beach lifestyle. Floor-to-ceiling glass windows and sliding doors that open to private covered balconies offer a variety of unobstructed views of the Atlantic Ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway — a seamless marrying of indoor and out.
The delicate variations in tone and texture that are observed on the beach itself feature prominently in these condos as envisioned by the distinguished interior design firm Champalimaud. They have bestowed their own brand of modern yet timeless elegance upon every condo, using the soft color palettes familiar to Palm Beach to establish clean, contemporary lines. The ample light from the glass-ensconced living spaces provides added sparkle to the chiseled limestone and white and gray travertine. Local coral stone puts you in direct contact with the natural environment of Palm Beach as does the easy warmth of white oak. And for those who desire a different mood, walnut is also available to add a dark but clean edge to your woodwork. No matter how you match up these elements, together, the pieces harmonize to achieve an aesthetically superior contemporary look and feel that still allows you to punctuate the space with your own personal style.
The chef-caliber, custom-designed Molteni kitchens by DDG and Champlimaud are the perfect example of how colors and the choice of materials work together to bring the South Palm Beach aesthetic to your home. Open and expansive with design inspired by the revelatory work of architect Carlo Scarpa, 3550 South Ocean kitchens offer Fantini faucets along with a custom statement island of solid stone. There is an unexpected, yet thoroughly organic and satisfying, visual detail in the two pieces of contrasting stone that intersect the island.
Nestled in the tranquil southern tip of Palm Beach, 3550 South Ocean’s luxury condos are a reflection of the opulence that defines the area and the casual yet glamorous way that its residents live. Clean, carefully curated natural elements working together with an eye toward the contemporary create a space that invites you to relax. And it’s all in perfect consonance with the shore beyond your windows. Come home to 3550 South Ocean and experience it for yourself.
Join us for a tour and experience firsthand what true Palm Beach luxury is all about at 3550 South Ocean.
When you think of Palm Beach, you probably think of sunshine, serene white-sand beaches, and, if you’ve been paying attention, exquisite restaurants. The region is known for its diverse and vibrant array of local eateries, and they sure aren’t slowing down. Fortunate residents of the Palm Beach condos at 3550 South Ocean Boulevard will find themselves nearby a number of world-class dining options. Here are five of our favorites.
Sant Ambroeus | 340 Royal Poinciana Way
The first Sant Ambroeus opened its doors in Milan back in 1936. In the subsequent eight decades, this dining mecca expanded to Madison Avenue before reaching Downtown NYC and then making its way even further south to Palm Beach. While it’s profoundly difficult to single out one pasta dish from the array of vibrant options, their Paccheri alla Burrata is as good as it gets. And if you’re in the mood for seafood, their branzino and their salmon are stellar. The interior is 60s-influenced with a distinct contemporary flair; the service is wonderful; their wine list is large and finely curated; and—it must be mentioned—they have gelato.
Cafe Boulud | 301 Australian Avenue
Daniel Boulud, former Bon Appétit Chef of the Year and James Beard Award winner (among a litany of other accolades), has restaurants in Singapore, London, Montreal, Toronto, Boston, D.C., New York and—fortunately for residents of 3550 South Ocean—Palm Beach. This acclaimed French-American eatery has a diverse and inventive, seafood-centric menu. We adore the squash risotto and the Parisian gnocchi, but every dish here is a unique culinary adventure. It’s a can’t-miss destination for a special evening.
Seafood Bar at The Breakers | 1 South County Road
You’re not going to believe this, but Seafood Bar has great seafood. Their oysters are incredible, and the lobster is heavenly—and the same goes for the grouper, scallops, and the truffle gorgonzola fries. And the atmosphere is lively yet tranquil. The large windows look over the water, and the bar counter is itself a luminescent aquarium. Go for the seafood; stay for the sea vibe.
Ta-boo | 221 Worth Avenue
Ta-boo is a Palm Beach institution if there ever was one. It opened its doors in 1941, later becoming known as a favorite stop of Frank Sinatra, John F. Kennedy, and Rod Stewart, among many other notable figures. It has a classic, old Palm Beach vibe; you can feel the history. And the food is great. Their brie and pear pizza is sweet and well-balanced; their poached salmon salad is refreshing and deep; and their ahi tuna burger is a must-try. Whether you’re stopping by for brunch, dinner, or just a few drinks, Ta-boo is well worth your time.
Table 26° | 1700 South Dixie Highway
Global comfort food: in their own words, that’s what Table 26° is bringing to the table. Nautical themes are a dime a dozen in Palm Beach, but this one works. There’s a level of sophistication and refinement to their approach—it’s chic without trying too hard to hit that mark. They have a wonderful happy hour and a substantial wine list. Their pork chop and their braised short ribs are local favorites; their grilled shrimp with mango has a delightful, airy tang; and they make a mean cocktail.
Now that you know the neighborhood, it’s time to explore 3550 South Ocean, and it’s all even better in person. Join us for a tour and experience firsthand what true Palm Beach luxury is all about at 3550 South Ocean.
The recently completed Palm Beach condos at 3550 South Ocean add a magnificent reimagining of classic beachfront architecture to the shore. A modern expression of luxury living, the South Palm Beach oceanfront condos for sale at 3550 South Ocean offer bold, new styling within one of the world’s most exclusive communities. Follow along for a tour of these Palm Beach Florida condos and discover why you’ll want to call them home.
Inspired by the coastline itself, the contemporary sawtooth shape of 3550 South Ocean evokes the tides and waves. There is an ebb and flow that both soothes and brings you to quiet contemplation, while the building’s east-to-west orientation ensures maximum sunlight, as well as spectacular views and cooling breezes. Featuring floor-to-ceiling glass windows and sliding doors that lead onto private covered balconies, many of the residences provide exceptional views of both the ocean and nearby Intracoastal waterway, blurring the line between inside and out. Light and airy with open floor plans, residences range from 2,600 to 3,600 square feet with five penthouses offering their own private rooftop decks. The project’s design firm, Champalimaud, has brought a timeless yet contemporary feel to the interiors; each luxuriously appointed with the finest materials to match the sophistication of the area.
Entering, soft colors form a palette for clean, sleek lines. Though modern, the colors are subtly softened by chiseled limestone, white and gray honed marble and white oak. Of immediate note is an open, chef-caliber Molteni kitchen, custom designed by DDG and Champalimaud. Each kitchen features a Fantini kitchen faucet and an island of solid stone. This motif is carried into the bathroom spaces where stone floors and Fantini fixtures are also found next to stone or travertine accented walls.
A home should bring you not just to where you love to be, but also to what you love to do. The amenities at 3550 South Ocean were carefully conceived to match with the recreational interests of its residents. That’s why you’ll find on-site storage for your kayak or paddleboard: a convenience that lets you enjoy the surf on your own schedule — not to mention, of course, the private beach that makes it all the easier. Residents also enjoy access to one of the country’s most highly-rated spas at the nearby Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa, ranked the No. 1 “Top Resort” in Florida, as part of Condé Nast Traveler’s 2016 Readers’ Choice Awards. A fitness studio with natural light, featuring Technogym and Peloton equipment, and bike racks ensure the pursuit of fitness, health, and well-being, while the beachfront swimming pool and sun terrace bring relaxation to your doorstep.
And it’s all even better in person. Join us for a tour and experience firsthand what true Palm Beach luxury is all about at 3550 South Ocean.
Since the early 1900s, when Gilded Age barons began building beautiful homes along the water, Palm Beach has been a destination for the upper classes. In the 1930s, upscale merchants began moving to Worth Avenue, a short East/West road that bisects the narrow island. Today, as residents get ready to move into their new Palm Beach condos at 3550 South Ocean, Worth Avenue is a hotbed for art, fashion, and, of course, stylish parties that make the society pages. Come with us on this brief tour of Worth Avenue, past and present.
A Fashionable Past
Palm Beach boomed during the 1910s and 20s, with iconic clubs like the Everglades Club on Worth Avenue establishing the area as the destination for the era’s socialites. Worth Avenue’s identity as a fashion hub dates back to this period, when representatives from shops, including Bonwit Teller and Saks, would populate weekly fashion luncheons at the Everglades Club with the latest styles from Paris and New York. In keeping with the opulence of the Everglades Club, merchants on Worth Avenue incorporated the Worth Avenue Association in 1961 to preserve the avenue’s sophisticated ambiance.
A Stylish and Tasty Present
From international brands to homegrown boutiques, Worth Avenue is a one-stop destination for any resident of 3550 South Ocean. The staff at Shari’s Place will help guests create their personal fashion statement, while customers at Marley’s Palm Beach Collection will find colorful clothing in the beautiful setting of Worth Avenue’s Via Amore courtyard. Shoe shoppers will fall in love with the wealth of options from iconic brands, including Jimmy Choo and Rangoni Firenze Shoes, while residents in search of new jewelry will love boutiques like Jennifer Miller Jewelry and specialty shops like Jewelmer, the world’s leading purveyor of South Sea pearl jewelry since 1979.
After a spree along Worth Avenue, shoppers have their choice of fine-dining options, from high-end cocktails and French-American cuisine at Cafe Boulud Palm Beach to Breeze Ocean Kitchen’s alfresco offerings right on the sandy beach. Those seeking an authentic Italian dining experience near Worth Avenue should search out Renato’s, which opened in 1987 and has been serving classic fare ever since, as well as more modern dishes like black squid ink fettuccine with salmon and saffron cream sauce. After dinner, it’s just a short drive south from Worth Avenue to 3550 South Ocean, where residents can watch the sunset from their private balconies.
We sat down with Arielle Feinberg, the property manager at 3550 South Ocean, for a conversation about what drew her to this new collection of Palm Beach condos. Feinberg has more than 15 years of experience in the high-end hospitality industry and has held director-level positions in spa and fitness facilities around the country, including, most recently, as the Spa & Leisure Director at the nearby Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa.
“There’s so much to do in the neighborhood and surrounding neighborhoods,” said Feinberg about Palm Beach. “Here, you are so close to the amazing restaurants.”
Feinberg, who has called Palm Beach home since 2017, was excited as soon as she heard about the plans for the 3550 South Ocean development. “I loved the location and trend of the project, including the privacy of it,” said Feinberg. “Each unit having an ocean view makes it so special. People build these homes, and so often the view may not be included the way 3550 South Ocean has made it a focal point.”
She also praised the suite of high-end spa and fitness amenities at 3550 South Ocean. “The top-of-the-line equipment for the gym and pool is amazing,” said Feinberg. “Having it all in one place is crucial.”
Feinberg also highlighted the availability of wellness and fitness classes, which were taken into consideration during the design phase of the process. As property manager, she intends to host wellness events to foster a sense of community. But Feinberg understands that exercise and wellness are not the only elements of the engaged lifestyle that is available in a place like 3550 South Ocean; that’s why, in addition to classes and group workouts, she is also considering events like “cuisine pairings, fashion shows, entertainment, anything that can fit around the pool.”
One of the benefits of living on Palm Beach is the proximity to world-class hotels and spas. In fact, 3550 South Ocean has a partnership Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa, which will give residents access to the spa as well as special offers on hotel rooms for their guests.
Among the many fine restaurants in Palm Beach, Feinberg recommends nearby eateries Temple Orange, Florie’s, and Buccan Palm Beach. Palm Beach proper, which is a short drive from 3550 South Ocean, “has so many amazing options,” said Feinberg. “Everyday necessities are also very accessible, which is important.”
Feinberg is just one member of the stellar team that makes 3550 South Ocean the best address in Palm Beach, working to create a bespoke wellness and hospitality experience for every resident.