Seascape Resorts, Inc., the developer of Seascape Golf, Beach & Tennis Resort and the Premier Property Group, project listing broker, jointly announce an exciting new residential development, The Grove at Seascape Resort.

Phase One of The Grove at Seascape Resort will feature the “Holly” and “Juniper”, the first two buildings of this new multi-phase luxury condominium development located in the heart of Seascape Golf, Beach & Tennis Resort in Miramar Beach, Florida. These 4-story Mediterranean style condominiums are within walking distance of Seascape’s 2,000 feet of deeded beachfront property, as well as numerous on-property restaurants, including the iconic Whale’s Tail beachfront restaurant, entertainment venues, shopping and of course, golf and…

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The St. Joe Company continues its exciting transformation with additional hospitality offerings in the area. The company currently owns or operates five hotels, with an additional six hotels under development or construction. 

Once complete, these projects will bring St. Joe’s hotel portfolio to 1,170 rooms. Owned or managed: WaterColor Inn (60 rooms), The Pearl Hotel (55 rooms), Watersound Inn (11 rooms), TownePlace Suites (124 rooms), Hilton Garden Inn (143 rooms). In the works: The Guest House (75 rooms), Embassy Suites (255 rooms), Homewood Suites (131 rooms), Hotel Indigo (124 rooms), The Lodge30A (85 rooms), Home2 Suites (107 rooms).

Embassy Suites by Hilton: 255 guest suites - Panama City Beach, next to Pier Park with Gulf views

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In addition to picturesque beaches and striking New Urbanist towns, 30A is also home to several standout spas offering relaxation, rejuvenation, and remedies for your aches and stresses in both the body and the mind. Schedule in some self care at these great local businesses highlighted below.

It’s important to note that in light of the global pandemic, spa offerings may be limited and hours are subject to change. For detailed information on current operating procedures and safeguards in place to protect customers and staff, please contact the businesses directly.

Vivo Spa Salon

This full-service spa in Rosemary Beach is owned by husband-and-wife team Michael and Erin Jordan (both Aveda Purefessionals), who also run Polished 30A Nail Bar…

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If you have dreams of owning a lot and building a new home in WaterColor, Florida, now is potentially your last chance to make that dream a reality. 

The final phase of homesite development in the WaterColor community, a neighborhood known as the Park District, has 41 custom homesites - but only 5 lots are still available for sale. 

The Park District at the WaterColor community is unique in that it has a focus on primary living and true second homeownership. Homes in the Park District will be restricted from short-term rentals, and homeowners will have access to a private pool. Of course, residents will also get to enjoy all of the existing WaterColor community amenities such as the WaterColor Beach Club, Camp WaterColor, trails, parks, and the…

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Sometimes you just crave a juicy burger you can shove in your face with ribbons of sauce running down your chin as evidence of its glory. It is a backyard barbeque staple. The wisps of smoke from the grill are a sure sign summer has arrived. And, there are countless variations on the humble sandwich introduced at the 1904 St. Louis World Fair.

When the longing for the American classic hits, there is a restaurant on 30A ready to satisfy your burger needs.

1. Bomber Burger - The Bay 

Chef Jim Shirley has something special going on at his waterfront restaurant overlooking the Choctawatchee Bay. It is called the Bomber Burger, 

Enjoy 8 ounces of tender burger topped with caramelized onions, roasted tomato, and asiago cheese crisp dripping with…

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In my opinion, there are few finer ways to arrive anywhere than by boat.

I used to roll into London’s glitzy Canary Wharf every morning on high-speed Thames commuter boats. When working for a multinational company in Switzerland, I used to cheerily wave as the CEO arrived – dressed head to toe in black like a corporate James Bond on his luxury speed boat from his lake-side Chateau. And, so I’ve been reliably told, stepping off a superyacht is really the only way to enter the Casino de Monte Carlo in genuine style.

Our little part of the Emerald Coast also has a number of locations where making a water entrance can turn a quick meal or round of drinks into something just that little bit more special.

After all, nobody bats an eye at the…

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Remote Work Has Changed Our Home Needs. Is It Time for Your Home To Change, Too? | MyKCMOver the past year, many homeowners realized what they need in a home is changing, especially with the rise in remote work. If you’re longing for a dedicated home office or a change in scenery, now may be the time to find the home that addresses your evolving needs.

Working from Home Isn’t a Passing Fad

Before the pandemic, only 21% of individuals worked from home. However, if you’ve recently discovered remote work is your new normal, you’re not alone.

A survey of hiring managers conducted by Statista and Upwork projects 37.5% of U.S. workers will work remotely in some capacity over the next 5 years (see chart below):

Working from Home Gives You More Flexibility and More Options

If you fall in that category, working from…

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A Look at Housing Supply and What It Means for Sellers | MyKCM

One of the hottest topics of conversation in today’s real estate market is the shortage of available homes. Simply put, there are many more potential buyers than there are homes for sale. As a seller, you’ve likely heard that low supply is good news for you. It means your house will get more attention, and likely, more offers. But as life begins to return to normal, you may be wondering if that’s something that will change.

While it may be tempting to blame the pandemic for the current inventory shortage, the pandemic can’t take all the credit. While it did make some sellers hold off on listing their houses over the past year, the truth is the low supply of homes was years in the making. Let’s take a look at the root cause and what the future holds…

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