International planning, architecture, engineering and interiors firm LEO A DALY received a Project of the Year award from the Urban Land Institute for Harbourside Place, a 9-acre mixed-use development in Jupiter, Fla.
With planning and construction that spanned more than a decade, Harbourside Place opened amid celebrations in fall 2014. Jupiter’s new waterfront shopping, dining, and entertainment center was developed by Allied Capital & Development of South Florida.
Combining a Wyndham Grand Hotel and Class A office space with restaurants, retail, a marina, an outdoor amphitheater, and plenty of parking, this 9-acre, multi-use project has added more than a half-million dollars to the local property tax base. Its complex financing package included a successful EB5 component.
Two, four, and five-story buildings reflect a rich mixture of massing, color, and detail, creating the impression of a “village developed over time,” according to Paul Twitty, AIA, Executive Director of LEO A DALY West Palm Beach.
A link with Jupiter’s Riverwalk connects the development to 2.5 miles of ADA-compliant trail along the Intracoastal Waterway and Jupiter Inlet. The marina gives waterfront access to boaters.
“Harbourside is really a true urban gem and a destination for the community. It has everything—entertainment food, hotel, music—even a restaurant by Tiger Woods,” Twitty added.
Additional firms critical to the project’s planning and implementation were Gentile Glas Holloway O’Mahoney + Associate, Thomas Engineering, ONM&J, Isiminger & Stubbs, and Moss & Associates.