The two sculptures join the streetscape outside of ALINA Residences at 300 SE Mizner Boulevard
BOCA RATON, FLA. (February 11, 2021) – El-Ad National Properties, an Elad Group company, is pleased to announce the unveiling of its public art initiative, in partnership with the Boca Raton Museum of Art. El-Ad National Properties has worked closely with the Boca Raton Museum of Art to frame an art program that will bring works of art to ALINA Residences Boca Raton on a rotating basis. The first two sculptures of the rotating public art initiative are now installed along Mizner Boulevard in front of ALINA, located at 300 SE Mizner Boulevard, for residents and the public to enjoy. The installation of these sculptures marks the upcoming completion of the much anticipated, new luxury development in Boca Raton which is slated to open this quarter.
“As the museum celebrates its 20th anniversary at Mizner Park, our partnership with ALINA further supports the growing Art in Public Places initiatives throughout the city,” said Irvin Lippman, Executive Director of the Boca Raton Museum of Art. “We are always eager and willing to bring works of art into our community and our relationship with ALINA allows us to complement and enhance the environment of Boca Raton’s fastest-growing areas, further activating Mizner Boulevard for the scores of passersby to enjoy.”
The two sculptures on view include:
- cXc XXII, 1984 by Larry Mohr - The 91 x 78 x 58 piece is a large abstract work constructed of cut aluminum I-beams. According to Mohr, the sculpture is an “interpretation of Matisse’s outspreading centrifugal effect in paintings of dancers.” Acquired in 2004; Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Stephan Lion, collection of the Boca Raton Museum of Art.
- Key Angel, 2005 by Guy Dill - The piece features several bronze shapes balanced to create a precarious yet beautiful structure. Stacking heavy arcs to create a monolith is “a feat, in a way,” he has said. Acquired 2016; Gift of Carole and Barry Kaye, collection of the Boca Raton Museum of Art.
“We are thrilled to continue to support the arts and culture environment in Downtown Boca Raton,” said Noam Ziv, Executive Director of Development at El-Ad National Properties. “Our partnership with the Boca Raton Museum of Art, one of South Florida’s most esteemed cultural institutions, has been built into the fabric of ALINA Residences. We are pleased to display these stunning sculptures for our residents and the public to enjoy while enhancing the city landscape.”
Art has always been a prominent theme in ALINA’s development. Architect Peter Stromberg of GarciaStromberg/GS4 Studios began the design process for the luxury condominium by painting a picture of his vision for the project on canvas. His design evolved from this painting, which still stands as a point of inspiration for the design teams involved in the project and will live permanently within ALINA’s lobby upon completion in early 2021.
Phase one of ALINA is a nine-story building offering 121 luxury residences, with 102 fully finished units and 12 penthouses. The property also features an exclusive collection of seven villas which live like single family homes with expansive terraces and private gardens. Floor plans range from one bedroom plus den to four bedrooms plus den residences. ALINA Residences provides over 32,000 square feet of private outdoor amenity space dedicated for residents including a private rooftop pool deck with lounges and cabanas, outdoor dining and entertainment areas, lavish green spaces, and an outdoor yoga space. Indoors, residents enjoy a top-of-the-line fitness center with sport-specific equipment; a generously-sized club room for entertaining guests; and His and Hers Spas with a dry sauna, steam room, treatment rooms and indoor and outdoor relaxation rooms.
Douglas Elliman Development Marketing is the exclusive sales and marketing team for ALINA. Residences are priced from just under $1 million to over $6 million and the development is looking forward to welcoming residents in Q1 2021. For more information, please visit alinabocaraton.com.
About El-Ad National Properties
Boca Raton based El-Ad National Properties is an Elad Group company, which is a highly-regarded development team known for best-in-class projects in the most sought-after neighborhoods in New York and nationwide. Known and recognized worldwide for the history-making, restoration and conversion of the famed Plaza Hotel, Elad Group is continuously making strides in real estate and receiving public acclaim for many of its properties. Elad’s New York portfolio of iconic buildings includes One West End, the first and tallest condominium project to come to market in Christian de Portzamparc’s masterfully-designed Riverside Center, 22 Central Park South, an exquisite collection of full-floor luxury condominium residences overlooking Manhattan’s famed Central Park, 250 West Street, a 1906 warehouse turned luxury condominium in the heart of TriBeCa, and 108 Leonard, a 19th century McKim, Meade & White Italian Renaissance Revival landmark conversion in TriBeCa. Elad Group is committed to developing architecturally significant buildings and partnering with renowned architects and design professionals to create premier new developments.
About Boca Raton Museum of Art
The Boca Raton Museum of Art celebrated its 70th anniversary in 2020. The Museum encompasses a creative campus that includes the Museum in Mizner Park, and the Art School on Palmetto Park Road. As the “Official Art Museum of the City of Boca Raton,” the Museum has provided seven decades of cultural and artistic service to the community, and to many visitors from around the world.
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