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SARASOTA:
THE CULTURAL COAST
of Florida

With Florida’s perfect weather, endless opportunities to try new things are always in season. Known as the “Cultural Capital of Florida” Sarasota is home to some of the most prestigious and oldest museums, live theaters, gardens, galleries, operas and ballets.

Residents will enjoy unmatched walkability in a tropical yet cosmopolitan locale. Living right in the middle of everything has its perks!

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QUAY SARASOTA

Nestled on a 53-acre bayfront park, the Quay Sarasota is a 14-acre waterfront district that celebrates a walkable lifestyle with relaxing public spaces, distinctive architecture, and a lush, natural setting. The new Quay Sarasota will offer a blend of luxury residential and upscale retail shops and restaurants in a scenic marina and feature the "Central Quay Park" and other active public spaces.

THE BAY PARK

Sarasota has embraced the 53-acre bayfront park as its cultural center. This spectacular waterfront setting celebrates the area's shoreline with a new master plan, integrating a recreational pier, large adventure play area, enhanced waterfront access, a living shoreline, new performing arts center, restaurants, outdoor amphitheater, municipal auditorium and elevated boardwalk connecting the north and south end of the site to other parts of the city.

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THE WATERFRONT

With Sarasota Bay and the Gulf of Mexico only five minutes away by boat, the waterfront is your playground when you live at One Park. The calm, blue waters of the Gulf are perfect for kayaking, paddle-boarding, scuba diving, and surfing. For the angler, popular area catches include: red snapper, kingfish, barracuda, and even giant redfish.
Sarasota's Best Beaches
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CULTURAL PURSUITS

Boundless arts and culture await within this stunning waterfront city. Historical and cultural museums abound, showcasing everything from vintage cars to art to botanical gardens. Sarasota is home to critically acclaimed performing arts centers, including the Van Wezel, Sarasota Ballet, Sarasota Opera, and several beloved local theatres. The historic Rosemary District is filled with local galleries, artisan cafes, and live music. Just a short drive away, St. Armand's Circle and the John and Mable Ringling Museum offer even more to explore.

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THE #1 BEACH IN THE U.S

Renowned for miles of powder-soft sand and sparkling waters, Sarasota's natural beauty is a wonder to behold. Just off the coast, a series of six barrier islands offer miles of hidden spots for fishing, playing in the surf, or simply sitting on a chaise wondering what the rest of the world is up to. Spectacular nature trails offer hiking and biking with stunning waterfront views.

beautifully plated salmon from restaurant in downtown sarasota

CULINARY DELIGHTS

Boasting the most restaurants per capita for a city of its size, no matter what your palate craves, a dining venue that ventures beyond expectation is only minutes away. In the morning, walk along Main Street and choose from a variety of local cafes and bakeries. Searching for ethnic cooking? Sarasota is home to a wide variety of Peruvian, Indian, Thai, Vietnamese, French, Irish, Japanese, Chinese and Italian delights. For more traditional fine dining, Maison Blanche, Michael's on the East, and Euphemia are local favorites. End your culinary tour with sweet indulgences from Rendez-Vous French Bakery, Yoder's, Pastry Art Bakery, and more. They're sure to quell any sweet cravings you may have.

CULINARY DELIGHTS

Boasting the most restaurants per capita for a city of its size, no matter what your palate craves, a dining venue that ventures beyond expectation is only minutes away. In the morning, walk along Main Street and choose from a variety of local cafes and bakeries. Searching for ethnic cooking? Sarasota is home to a wide variety of Peruvian, Indian, Thai, Vietnamese, French, Irish, Japanese, Chinese and Italian delights. For more traditional fine dining, Maison Blanche, Michael's on the East, and Euphemia are local favorites. End your culinary tour with sweet indulgences from Rendez-Vous French Bakery, Yoder's, Pastry Art Bakery, and more. They're sure to quell any sweet cravings you may have.

INSPIRED LIFESTYLE

Living in the heart of Downtown Sarasota means a healthy, walkable lifestyle is yours to enjoy whenever you’re so inspired—no car needed! Savor the picturesque streetscapes of Downtown Sarasota with designer shops, world-class restaurants, and boho cafés. Take a bike ride or hike numerous scenic nature trails. Then end your day by watching the Sun make a spectacle of itself over Sarasota Bay. All within easy reach of your One Park home.

GETTING HERE

Arriving and departing from One Park is easy and convenient. Just ten minutes away, the Sarasota Bradenton International Airport offers non-stop service to select worldwide destinations. Tampa (TPA) and St. Pete-Clearwater (PIE) International Airports are also less than an hour away. If you seek private FBOs and Jet Centers, Ross Aviation and Dolphin Aviation serve area residents.

Experience A NEW LEVEL of LUXURY

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