PB Built, a residential and commercial construction firm with 30 years of experience, develops the infrastructure for Old Cypress Pointe, a new treasure coast luxury home community on an 11-acre waterfront tract on the North Fork of the Loxahatchee River.
Old Cypress Pointe, LLC has selected PB Built, a residential and commercial construction firm with 30 years of experience, to develop the infrastructure for the new Treasure Coast luxury home community it is developing on an 11-acre waterfront tract on the North Fork of the Loxahatchee River.
Old Cypress Pointe will offer spacious home sites with easy boat access to the Atlantic that’s in close proximity Jonathan Dickinson State Park and other opportunities for outdoor recreation.
“Our vision for Old Cypress Pointe is a community that’s not only close to nature but integrated into its natural surroundings,” said Frank Skelly, one of the primary investors in the development. “We chose PB Built because they have a proven track-record for handling environmentally sensitive developments.”
According to Skelly, Old Cypress Pointe will feature 13 over-sized home sites to ensure privacy and preserve the natural surroundings of the water front property, which also features a private pond and a rich ecology. PB Built will be responsible for installing utility infrastructure as well as roads in accordance with an environmentally sensitive site plan including upland preserves, wetland conservation easements, and buffer planting which have been approved by federal, state, and local authorities.
Tony Panebianco, founder and principle of PB Built, describes his company’s commitment to completing the infrastructure to the highest standards. “The future residents of Old Cypress Pointe will be able to enjoy their homes and their beautiful surroundings with full confidence in the quality and environmental care we used in developing the infrastructure for their homes,” Panebianco said. “Our gold standard for infrastructure development is that it is so well integrated, residents hardly notice it and so well-built they don’t ever have to think about it.”
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