Great Places and Spaces: Marina Bay nears completion

Andrus Development Group’s Marina Bay 880, a $70 million luxury residential project on the intracoastal waterway, is nearing completion. Marina Bay 880 is the most recent development for Brian Andrus, a formerly licensed general contractor with nearly 30 years of experience in commercial and residential real estate development.

Andrus’ vision for Marina Bay 880 includes two eight-story buildings, with a total of 87 condominiums, located above a shared, common, 80,000-square foot parking garage. Another eight townhomes are wrapped around an adjacent marina.

Construction for the 380,000-square-foot project began in October 2019. Marina Bay 880’s 87 residences, ranging from 1,815 to 3,809 square feet of air-conditioned living space, will illustrate new levels of unique coastal luxury. Each residence has 173 to 989 square feet of outside space and water views throughout.

A selection of open-concept floor plans features 44 two-bedroom residences, 42 three-bedroom residences and one four-bedroom residence. Each two-bedroom residence and certain three-bedroom residences include a den. Interior features include high ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows and terraces offering bay views.

Additional features include dual walk-in closets, two-person showers, kitchens with islands, wood cabinets and quartz countertops. Units also have hurricane-proof windows, two parking spaces per residence in a secure garage with electric car charging stations and climate-controlled storage space for each residence. Several dozen available residences, priced from the mid-$750,000s to more than $1.9 million, are available for purchase. Two model residences are available for viewing. Each of Marina Bay 880’s eight townhomes have been sold.

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