Williams Island held its ribbon cutting ceremony for the island community’s new front gate entrance with members of the Williams Island Property Owners Association (POA) Board and Aventura City Commissioners ceremoniously cutting the red ribbon.
The Front Gate Entrance Way Project houses the Williams Island Security Department and its newly-enhanced security monitoring equipment. It also includes the Human Resources Department. This project is part of the Williams Island Renaissance Campaign. Phase 1 of the project includes the front gate entrance way, the 183rd Street monument sign in Aventura and $5 million, 27,000 sf Spa to debut in April 2013. Phase 2 of the project includes the resident gate, bus shelter, island club refurbishment followed by enhancements to the Island Club Pool and Café restaurant.
“These renovation projects are to elevate and enhance the island community and increase property values, not simply maintain the status quo,” says Williams Island General Manager Janette Giddings, LCAM. “TheWilliams Island lifestyle is all about the amenities and we must offer 5-star resort-style amenities and services to our residents, members and guests.”
The 84-acre community is nestled in the heart of Aventura. It features more than 1,900 condominiums and townhomes along with a world class private marina, grand slam tennis center and European style spa. Bellini is the most recent and final new construction onWilliams Island. It will feature 70 private residences and will open in summer 2013.
Amicon Construction Services serves as project manager for the Williams Island POA. The architect for the project is Robert Swedroe. T&G Contractors served as general contractor for the Front Gate and Monument Sign Project. The landscape architect is DS Boca with landscaping services by DynaServ.
The 2013 South Florida Business Journal’s Top 25 Private Club List ranked Williams Island in second place among private clubs in the South Florida.
Williams Island offers an exclusive, private way of life to those accustomed to the finest of things at one of South Florida’s most prestigious addresses. Residents engage in an amenity-rich lifestyle that encompasses a world-class European-style spa and fitness center, Grand Slam-inspired tennis center and exquisite fine dining in The Café, and a magnificent marina worthy of those in its sister Rivieras.
Williams Island is also home to 18 time winning Grand Slam Champion Tennis Legend Fred Stolle. Ranking seventh on the alltime list of champions, Mr. Stolle was a member of Australia’s Davis Cup teams from 1964 until 1967, where he won 13 of the 14 matches while playing on four victorious teams. His tremendous talents earned him the ranking of number one in the world in 1966. He is the male record-holder for the most post-war finals appearances at Wimbledon. He is a member of the International Tennis Hall of Fame, Australian Tennis Hall of Fame and the Australian Sports Hall of Fame.
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