Developers, future owners, and construction workers gathered earlier this month to celebrate the topping out of Thirty-One.

Thirty-One is the first new Gulf-front construction project built in Seagrove Beach in more than a decade.

The $65-million luxury condominium development was built on one of the last remaining undeveloped beachfront properties along 30A.

At completion, the project will feature world-class amenities and spectacular Gulf views.

"We are excited for the opportunity to gather with our future owners and our construction partner, Yates Construction, to celebrate this significant milestone," said Jason White, COO of Premier Development Group.

The luxury three- and four-bedroom residences range in size from 2,562 to 4,539 square feet. Each residence offers a private elevator, an oversized beachfront terrace, stone countertops, Wolf and SubZero appliances, frameless shower doors and large walk-in laundry rooms and closets.

The developers believe the high-end interior finishes and the project's robust amenity package are why pre-sales have been so strong.

"With only nine residences remaining, we feel confident that the remaining inventory will sell out prior to the building's completion," said White.

The available residences are priced between $2.15 million and $4.95 million.

Work on Thirty-One should be complete in late spring.

"We are working diligently with Yates to deliver the building to our owners this spring so they will have the opportunity to enjoy their new beach-front residence at that time."

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Thirty-One is being developed by Premier Development Group and was designed by DAG Architects of Destin.

The principals are Bob Parks, Tommy Brigham, Garrett McNeil and Keith Flippo. Together they have more than 100 years of experience in the real estate development, management and brokerage businesses.

They have developed more than 2,000 condominium residences, 8,000 single-family residential lots and more than 400 resort, hotel rooms, and three golf courses, including Kelly Plantation and One Water Place.