The remaining residences at The Ronto Group’s completed 26-floor, 120-unit Seaglass high-rise tower at Bonita Bay are selling quickly. Six floors within the tower have just one residence left, including floors six, eleven, fifteen, twenty, twenty-one, and twenty-two. Pricing ranges from $1,425,000 to $2,055,000. The building’s three open-concept tower residence floor plans that range from 2,889 to 3,421 square feet under air, common areas with a contemporary, on-trend look, a comprehensive array of amenities, and membership opportunities that offer access to the Bonita Bay Club’s lifestyle have redefined the high-rise living experience.
The Seaglass tower residences offer 68-foot or 78-foot views of Estero Bay and the Gulf of Mexico and feature fully-completed spaces with designer-selected flooring, paint, and trim. The residences include dual private elevator foyers, island kitchens, three bedrooms and three-and-a-half baths, or three bedrooms plus a den or fourth bedroom and three-and-a-half baths, walk-in closets in the owner’s suite, and sliders opening to outdoor spaces that include a gas grill. Ten-foot ceiling heights are included per plan. Each residence comes with two protected access under-building parking spaces. Private enclosed two-car garages are available. Five furnished models are open for viewing by appointment with a sales associate.
Ronto finished the remaining Seaglass tower residences in finish packages and color schemes selected by interior designer Renee Gaddis, NCIDQ, ASID, GREEN AP, President and Principal Designer of Renee Gaddis Interiors. Gaddis created three on-trend finish and color palette designs that appeal to luxury homebuyers. The first is anchored by a palette that features shades of grey. The wall tones are a soft grey presented against plank style wood-look tile flooring in the living areas and terraces. Off-white kitchen counter surfaces with subtle grey speckles contrast the design’s darker grey cabinetry and brushed nickel hardware. The cabinetry and counter surfaces are repeated in the owner’s bath where off-white tile flooring includes soft grey veining.
Gaddis’ second design features neutral cream tones that compliment an array of furniture selections. Light wall tones bring softness to the look and play against creamy tile flooring in the living areas. The den showcases medium-toned wood flooring. In the kitchen, Gaddis has selected light creamy cabinetry with an inset topped with cream-toned counters with randomly shaped speckled accents and brushed nickel hardware. The owner’s bath features dark-toned cabinetry contrasted by off-white countertops and ultra-soft cream tile flooring and shower walls.
The third package includes flat-finished Shark wall tones with semi-gloss white trim. Flooring in the living areas is Bianco Coveland tile. Wood flooring is featured in the den. The kitchen showcases white cabinetry against Cement quartz countertops with an eased edge. The owner’s bath also features Bianco Coveland tile flooring, as well as Bianco Coveland tile shower walls, Bianco Coveland tile shower flooring, cabinetry with a Cape Cod finish, and white Carrara marble countertops with an eased edge. The bath also includes a soaking tub and polished chrome hardware.
Gaddis has also created a contemporary common area design. The palette includes neutral whites, cerused wood accents, neutral quartzite slabs, and a glass mosaic feature wall flanked by sea-themed photographic art. The driftwood-like cerused wood in medium and slightly darker brown and grey tones combines with subtle sea glass accents throughout the space to convey a coastal feeling. Furnishings upholstered in neutral fabrics and accented with dark wood details create a sense of comfort and a timeless feeling. Quartzite slabs accenting the elevator lobby walls and reception desk are incorporated in a contemporary way.
The Seaglass tower’s two-story lobby offers a grand place of entry. The reception desk is executed in a transitional design with the front and the sides wrapped by cerused dark grey-brown wood. The wall behind the desk is clad with dark-toned quartzite slabs to create a contemporary panel look with simple recesses. In the center panel, a backlit circular treatment that incorporates the colors of the design serves as the backdrop for the building’s name presented in gold lettering.
The lobby’s two-story feature wall extends behind a floating stairwell with glass panels and a cerused wood railing and accents. The stair treads match the flooring and are complemented by dark wood corner risers that support the open design of the staircase. The center of the feature wall is highlighted by sea glass iridescent glass mosaic tile. The LED lighting around the mosaics adds drama while creating the illusion of sea glass on the beach. The glass mosaic, acrylic art pieces, and the cerused wood background treatments on the feature wall are presented within recessed spaces encased by limestone.
The tower’s elevator lobbies have walls clad with the quartzite slab material with horizontal recessed cutouts to provide a contemporary flair. Each elevator door has a large surround finished with the cerused wood used throughout the space. The walls inside each elevator present subtly antiqued mirror insets with a cerused wood frame. A ceiling treatment includes stainless steel with randomly sized horizontal cutouts to allow light to penetrate the elevator cab.
The Seaglass tower’s second floor includes a news café and connects to an amenity complex previously designed by architect Santiesteban & Associates. Amenities include a theater, guest suites, card and club rooms, a fully-equipped fitness facility that features men’s and women’s spas, a resort-style walk-in pool and spa, and a deck with a covered and screened cabana that includes a bar and grill.
Visit the Seaglass Sales Center from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and Sundays from noon to 5:00 p.m.