NEW YORK POST

Boca Raton, Palm Beach County’s southernmost city, has long been known as a magnet for corporate headquarters and brag-worthy residences. But as well-heeled executives continue to flock to this affluent community for professional pursuits and empty-nesters look to downsize in warmer climes, enterprising developers are crafting luxury condominiums to give them all a place to call home.

The Residences at Mandarin Oriental, Boca Raton — showcasing 85 flats — is one such prominent addition to the Boca skyline (from $1.8 million). Anchoring the $1 billion Via Mizner — a high-class multiuse downtown destination set to boast boutiques, restaurants and a Jack Nicklaus-designed golf course — this address will have tony features to match. Floor-to-ceiling exposures overlook Atlantic and city views; elsewhere on the property, homeowners can access a rooftop pool with a Jacuzzi, a private dining room and a meditation garden.

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