Nautilus 220’s Last Penthouse Is Now on the Market in Tony Lake Park

The project is 80% sold; owners will share the towers with SeaHawk Prime by David Burke.

Royal Palm Companies and Forest Development are pleased to debut Penthouse F5, the final penthouse available. PHF5 is a stunning home with a rooftop terrace at Nautilus 220, a new luxury mixed-use development with condominium residences in a pair of 24-story towers, with restaurants like SeaHawk Prime by David Burke, retail, and offices all alongside a full-service marina. With nearly 4,600 square feet of total living area and a rare private roof terrace with pool, the residence is the most coveted listing in Lake Park.

The price: $4.6 million.  

Located on the top floor of Nautilus 220’s South Tower, Penthouse F5 boasts 12-foot ceiling heights, two spacious bedrooms and two and a half ultra-luxe bathrooms. The rooftop terrace includes a summer kitchen, private pool, and sun deck. The residence also features direct elevator access to the foyer for ultimate privacy.  

“Nautilus 220 brings a first-of-its-kind luxury development to the Lake Park area in the Palm Beaches and the penthouse gives residents an unparalleled level of oceanfront luxury,” says Peter Baytarian, managing partner of Forest Development. “As Palm Beach country continues to gain popularity and momentum with fans of waterside living from near and far, this penthouse is a truly elite option for living the South Florida dream that is minutes from famed Palm Beach and the ultimate luxury shopping, dining, and lifestyle.” 

Nautilus 220 is comprised of 330 two- and three-bedroom residences in two, 24-story towers ranging from 1,500 to 3,400 square feet. Various floor plans feature plunge pools, summer kitchens, and unobstructed views of the Intracoastal Waterway and Atlantic Ocean. The project also offers an array of amenities including a one-acre outdoor amenity deck, resort-style pool, rooftop lap pool, wellness plaza, putting green, club room, theatre lounge, billiards, bowling, off leash dog run, guest suites, and private beach club access. The lobby, common areas, 5th floor amenities and model residence were each thoughtfully designed by Interiors by Steven G. Inc. Located in the popular Palm Beaches, this luxe development provides direct access to SeaHawk Prime by David Burke, as well as various other waterfront restaurants, retail, and office suites. Nautilus 220 is also set alongside the popular Lake Park Harbor marina, offering slips for boats up to 100 feet.  

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