The latest developments at Hotel Viridian

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A schematic design for the Hotel Viridian Beach House 2.

Published: Thursday, November 1, 2012 at 05:42 PM.

Hotel Viridian concluded the summer 2012 peak season with increasing amounts of traffic showing curiosity about the new destination club and inquiring about becoming a club member.

Becoming a Hotel Viridian Private Residence Club member is an unprecedented occasion prior to the development’s sales and marketing efforts launched earlier this year in the spring.

Ever since the market collapsed and the development remained seemingly idle yet was truly paddling like a duck, the development has been carefully evolving in both product concept and core focus in order to provide a realistic product appropriate for the new decade’s consumer market.

Hotel Viridian opened its first amenity, V Seagrove restaurant, in February 2011 and has soared in gaining new and repeat business year-round. Their second summer season wrapped up having introduced new dishes, new events from sold-out seated wine dinners co-hosted by Silver Oak & Twomey Cellars to fashion shows and receptions.

The first residence in the Private Residence Club ownership program was completed and introduced to the public in June, with a grand opening event kicking off the summer season with 120-plus attendees (despite the tropical storm occurring overhead) and has then been available as an open house venue co-hosted by the sales executive agents at Beach Properties of Florida, the exclusive brokers for The Residences at Hotel Viridian, and the Hotel Viridian development team.

While the tourist season invites a relatively large number of potential real estate purchasers each year, a vast majority of these candidates arrive at their destination by way of the intersection of Hwy. 395 and Hwy. 30A, exactly where the Hotel Viridian development is situated.

Much of this traffic visits the V Seagrove restaurant for dinner at least once or even twice while they visit for the week or gaze at the recently completed construction phase of development and its possible connectivity to the restaurant.

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