Michael Morton, the developer involved in projects such as Julliard School in NYC, has partnered with Venus Williams’s V Starr Interiors on The Metropolitan, a 47- unit condo building in the heart of downtown Delray Beach.LEARN MORE
DELRAY BEACH — The Metropolitan, an upscale condominium complex planned in downtown Delray Beach, has launched sales ahead of its groundbreaking. The five-story building that will be made is planned for the northeast corner of Southeast Third Avenue and Southeast First Street — in the city’s SOFA District, which...LEARN MORE
The Metropolitan condominium in downtown Delray Beach has launched sales and could break ground in May. As more shops and restaurants have been lured to Atlantic Avenue and the surrounding entertainment district...LEARN MORE
Boca Raton-based Morton Group Inc. is set to start construction of condominium in Delray Beach called The Metropolitan. Prices for the two- and three-bedroom condos will start in the $600,000s and will range in size up to 1,600 square feet...LEARN MORE
Downtown Delray’s most anticipated luxury condominium, The Metropolitan, debuts “So Delray” campaign to a rave reception. The campaign gives a glimpse of the sophisticated yet casual lifestyle that comes with living at this coveted address just steps from Atlantic Avenue.
In the campaign’s TV spot, elegant renderings of the Richard Jones-designed building fuse with awe-inspiring panoramas of the city and ocean. Senada Adzem, celebrity broker and Executive Director of Luxury Sales at Douglas Elliman Real Estate, stars in the commercial, showcasing The Metropolitan as the heart of Delray Beach.
Complementing the TV spot, the first issue of “So Delray” magazine illustrates the condominium’s art-influenced, avant-garde aesthetic and Delray Beach’s culturally rich, idyllically situated location. International fashion photographer, Eduardo Von Garcia, brings the pages to life with stunning depictions of The Metropolitan lifestyle.
Contact Senada Adzem at 561.322.8208 for a private appointment to learn more about The Metropolitan.