Village at Baytowne Wharf
TSW’s Landscape Architecture Studio was retained by Intrawest to provide design services for the development of Sandestin’s $78 million Village at Baytowne Wharf. As part of the project, TSW worked with a team of architects, engineers, and other landscape architects to provide design development input, construction drawings, and construction observation. The goal of the project was to create a new and exciting destination for residents and visitors alike, featuring a variety of recreational and dining options.
One of the key features of the project was the design of the Baytowne Gateway Building, which serves as the focal point of the development. The building features a 70,000 square foot rooftop garden, which is the main attraction for visitors. The rooftop garden includes multiple outdoor dining terraces, a dolphin fountain, garden path, formal garden, and a swimming pool with two spas. These features provide a unique and relaxing experience for visitors, allowing them to enjoy the beautiful Florida weather while dining or lounging.
In addition to the Baytowne Gateway Building, TSW also provided master planning services for the entire Sandestin community. The master plan was designed to create a cohesive and harmonious environment, integrating the various recreational and dining options throughout the community. The master plan includes a variety of amenities such as walking trails, parks, and open spaces, which provide residents and visitors with a wide range of activities to enjoy.
Overall, the development of the Village at Baytowne Wharf is a significant project that will have a lasting impact on the Sandestin community. TSW’s landscape architectural services, including design development input, construction drawings, and construction observation, have helped to create a beautiful and functional environment for residents and visitors. The Baytowne Gateway Building and the master plan for the entire community have helped to create a unique and exciting destination that will be enjoyed for years to come.