The curvilinear building on a private peninsula along the BocaRaton Inlet topped off last December and construction cranes weretaken down in April. Scaffolding on the building's north side,overlooking the adjacent hotel pool and cabanas, will also comedown soon.

"For projects in South Florida, getting the envelope closed upbefore the tropical storm season is an even more essential plateauto reach," says Jamie Telchin, president of development with BocaRaton-based LXR Luxury Resorts & Hotels. "This allows forfinishing of the interiors of the residences with drywall andmarble flooring."

The building's elevators are also operational, and the lobby andamenity spaces are progressing as planned, Telchin says. Soon itsair-conditioning system will be turned on, allowing for otherinterior finishes that are sensitive to humidity.

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