The Water Club condominium is now 16 stories and gets taller every day.
When complete, there will be two 22-story towers on the east side of U.S. 1 just south of PGA Boulevard in North Palm Beach.
Plans call for 74 condos in each building. Each tower will have parking on the bottom floor.
A private dock on the Intracoastal Waterway for residents is planned.
Twenty townhouses are planned on the east side of the property. Water Club will be a gated community.
When concrete was poured in February, it was one of the longest continual concrete pours in Palm Beach County history.
Construction costs are expected to be about $70 million. Kolter bought the vacant 7 acres in 2004 for $23.5 million, according to Palm Beach County records.
The condos would likely sell for between $700,000 and $2 million, say local Realtors.
Water Club would not be the tallest buildings in North Palm Beach. Marina Tower, Lake Point Tower, Old Port Cove East and Old PortCove West each are more than 20 stories.
Originally called Domani — tomorrow in Italian — Water Club has undergone several changes since first proposed in 2006.
One plan called for a single tower. Another showed single-family homes.
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