With its 1920s Spanish-style architecture and scenic lakefront setting, Plaza del Lago already is a landmark in the community. What's in store for this North Shore gem's next chapter? The realization of a century-old dream, and the modern evolution of an icon.
Planned improvements will honor and preserve Plaza del Lago’s iconic architecture while adding lush, layered landscaping inspired by area residences, comfortably furnished gathering space, and more of WS’s signature art and programming.
With more than 100 properties, 22 million square feet of existing space, and an additional 9 million square feet under development, WS is one of the largest privately owned retail development firms in the country. Our places stay true to their surroundings, with thoughtful restorations and redevelopments that prioritize amenities like greens, walking trails, fountains and storefront parking.
Built in 1957 and reimagined in 2017, The Royal Poinciana Plaza is an island icon and beloved destination for discerning Palm Beachers. The property, designed by famed architect John Volk, is organized around two lush, central courtyards that feel as though you’ve been transported to a sunnier version of the Parisian Palais Royal.
Nestled among the 19th century homes and mature shade trees of one of Tampa’s oldest and most prestigious neighborhoods, Hyde Park Village is the only concentrated area of street retail in the city. Here, classic architecture, idyllic fountains, and thoughtful details complement an undeniably modern retail mix.
Chestnut Hill sits among some of the most affluent towns in the region, and its lively, main street-style cornerstone is The Street. Just a stone’s throw from the city, it’s a location special enough to lure prominent restaurateurs and inspire new-to-Boston brands to join the fun.