Resort & Hospitality

Naples Bay Resort


A boutique hotel, retail, restaurants, residential, marina and waterfront development. The project fronts US41 with extensive terraced landscape screening a parking garage. The waterfront is open to the public and has a connecting parkway leading to the companion club and cottage development along the waterways, across an overlook bridge, through a park terminating at the club entrance. The parkway serves both the golf cart tram system and pedestrians. The project is a destination oriented facility and a distinguished landmark place serving as a gateway to the City of Naples from the East. The landscape of coconut palms, Silver Date palms and Royal palms expresses a resort atmosphere and provides a wonderful environment for guests and visitors.

Naples Bay Resort Club and Cottages


The companion to the Resort Hotel the Club and Cottages offers a spectacular tropical setting for vacation housing, resort living and a membership in a state of the arts club facility. The development has as its focal point a complex of resort style pools catering to adults, children, beach settings, grotto seclusion, lap swimming and social entertaining. A special attraction is the lazy river. Tennis courts are geared for social and tournament play and includes a children’s playground. In addition to a tropical resort setting the landscape also offers a flavor of Florida friendly landscape reflective of the native Southwest Florida indigenous environment. Beautiful fountains, an appealing pristine bridge crossing a native landscape, richly detailed specialty paving patterns and intimate gathering places all add to the sense of a relaxing, playful and exciting atmosphere.

Moorings Park Residential Complex OPQ

Three four story buildings, with garage on the ground level and the top three floors housing independent living residential units, are sited around a lake. Two rockscape terraced water features are incorporated as an integral part of the lake and serves as a wonderful focal vista. A bridge crosses the lake connecting the buildings and has a central island providing enjoyment of being out on the water. The island has tree sculptural ornamental trees with bougainvillea vines adding color serving as a focal point. A roof garden connects buildings O and P on the second level and incorporates an open air pavilion, two water walls and a main water feature with a waterfall to the ground level. The garden also has a lawn terrace with seating around a fire pit for more intimate social gatherings. Building Q houses a fine dining restaurant with outdoor dining overlooking the lake and terraced water features. Meandering paths allow for walks around the lake. The landscape has a tropical influence with a variety of palms, canopy trees, flowering trees and privacy hedges. The development has a sense of place reflective of resort style living.