Emerald Grande at HarborWalk Village

The Emerald Grande at HarborWalk Village is a world-class luxury resort destination unfolding along 14.7 acres on the Historic Destin Harbor, the gateway to the Gulf of Mexico and the very heart of the famed beachside fishing community.

HarborWalk Village is the retail and resort complex along the northern Gulf Coast with luxury resort residence opportunities available at Emerald Grande, the two residential towers within HarborWalk Village.

Emerald Grande at HarborWalk Village is ideally located to offer visitors and residents an unmatchable and unobstructed view of Destin Harbor and the East Pass into the Gulf of Mexico.  HarborWalk Village promises to be a revitalization of the harbor and a true celebration of Destin's heritage.

When a resort is known as "The Jewel of the Emerald Coast" prior to even opening its door, it better have the elements to support such a moniker. Long before its opening in the Spring of 2007, Emerald Grande at HarborWalk Village was already living up to expectations.

Collaborating with Destin based developer Legendary, Inc., on the architectural design of the project was Helman Hurley Charvat Peacock Architects, Inc., (HHCP). John Purdy, Vice President and Sr. Designer for HHCP, was the one selected to work with Legendary's CEO Peter Bos to help bring Emerald Grande to life. Knowing the area's history as the "World's Luckiest Fishing Village", they arrived at a look and feel that likened itself to a turn of the century yacht club.

Harkening back to a simpler time, HarborWalk Village is an enchanting community unfolding along 14 acres on the Destin Harbor, the gateway to the Gulf of Mexico Beneath its humble, storied past lies the vision of an upscale, energetic lifestyle that includes the very best in shopping, dining, nightlife, water activities, daily sunset celebrations and breathtaking views. HarborWalk Village promises to be a revitalization of the harbor and a true celebration of Destin's heritage. Emerald Grande anchors HarborWalk Village, which is destined to become the northern Gulf Coast's most exciting retail and resort complex.

Emerald Grande offers 286 resort residences in deeded fractional and whole ownership options. With the most luxurious fit and finishes inside every unit, residents and guests can look forward to the highest level of resort living. Floor plans include various configurations of two-, three- and four bedroom units. Square footage on the smallest units begins at 1,075 SF of total living space and extends up to 2,200 SF for the largest units. Each residence is outfitted in an elegant nautical theme, 9-ft. ceilings in main living areas, and spacious balconies and grand terraces. 

Sparkling with luxury, it raises the expectations for service and convenience with an impressive level of amenities including a full-service 2,000 SF European spa, a world-class fitness center featuring private training, cardiovascular equipment, free weights, yoga, Pilates and spinning, a Private Owners' Charter Club Room, a state-of-the-art Business Center, an 8,700 SF Conference Center and Banquet facilities that can accommodate up to 500 people.

The Grande Vista Level, with its stunning views and sparkling pools is the architectural center of Emerald Grande and the ultimate place to enjoy the beauty and activity of the resort. Perched 63 feet above sea level, you'll experience the most breathtaking views of the Gulf of Mexico and Destin Harbor. The 15,000 SF recreation sun deck boasts sculptural water features and spas, poolside towel service and multiple sunning areas and bars to create a sparkling oasis beneath the medjool palms. Each evening, immerse yourself in all the spectacular hues of an electric, orange sunset.

Once you've visited Emerald Grande at HarborWalk Village, there will be an irresistible urge to return, because this is the beginning of thousands of memories, filling countless photo albums.

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