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The New Address In Delray Beach



St. George is a one of a kind residential community nestled in prestigious East Delray Beach. Just 10 minutes away from Boca Raton, 20 minutes from Palm Beach and less than an hour from Miami.

St. George is conveniently located steps away from the best of Delray. Enjoy the benefits of a relaxed and active beach lifestyle during the day, and submerge into the vibrant but casual downtown district at night.


VRM Companies brings you St. George at Delray Beach designed by South Florida’s celebrated architect, Richard Jones and engineered by Schnars Engineering. Designed using traditional Bermuda Island-inspired architecture, this community combines modern comfort with casual sophistication. St George boasts design elements such as white cement tile roofs, wood accented balconies, shutters, gable end details, architectural chimneys, cobblestone design pavers and private patio backyards.

The project consists of only 38 beautifully designed 2-story luxury townhomes with exquisite features and amenities; surrounded by lush landscaping featuring predominantly native species of trees, plants and ground coverings.

Further enhancing the modern beach lifestyle, St. George will have a vehicular exit as well as golf cart, bicycle and pedestrian access on NE 7th avenue, providing easy and local access to the beach and downtown Delray.

The exclusive 2-story townhomes feature two models to choose from, “Bermuda” and “Hampton”, both with over 2,400 sq ft of ample space, 3 bedrooms, 2-1/2 bathrooms, 2 car garages and comfortable loft areas. The Hampton units will also have the option of a fourth bedroom or office if so desired.


This is Delray Beach living the way it was meant to be and a perfect location to call home. St. George offers year-round active coastal living all in the heart of South Florida’s hottest small-town beach community. An extraordinary way of life, close to the action but far from the crowds.


Beautifully landscaped entry with Cobblestone design pavers
Decorative street lighting
Cobblestone design paver sidewalks and driveways
Underground utilities
Classic Bermuda architectural design
Energy Conserving white cement tile roofs
8’ high raised-panel garage doors
Steel reinforced concrete foundations, exterior walls and balconies
Decorative coach lights
Elegant door hardware with deadbolt on entry doors
Professionally designed lush native landscaping
Smooth stucco finish on exterior walls
Multiple Balconies with traditional Bermuda detailing
Covered entries
Impact-resistant aluminum windows and French doors
Community pool with ample sundeck and decorative trellis feature
Pool House with bathroom facilities
Private Patio Backyards
Architectural chimneys
Tot lot


Floor Plan

Floor Plan




  • Porcelain flooring throughout first floor living areas
  • Wood window sills and aprons
  • Plush wall-to-wall stain resistant carpeting in bedrooms
  • 8’ high solid core paneled interior doors
  • Decorative 5-¼” baseboard and 3-1/2” casing
  • 10’ high ceilings on first floor and 9’ on second floor
  • Dramatic vaulted ceilings in all master bedrooms and Hampton lofts
  • High-efficiency central air conditioning and heating system
  • State-of-the art security system
  • Centralized wiring system for Data, Cable and telephone
  • Recessed lighting in select areas
  • Energy Star rated ceiling fans in all bedrooms and living room
  • Smooth finish on all interior walls and ceilings
  • Decora light switches and outlets
  • Overhead garage door opener with two remote controls
  • Generous closets throughout
  • His and Hers walk-in closets in master bedrooms
  • Smoke detectors with battery backup and carbon monoxide detectors
  • High efficiency water heater
  • Spray foam insulation in attics
  • 2-car garages with expanded areas designated for storage and trash bins
  • Console cabinets with marble vanity tops in bathrooms
  • Glamorous polished chrome faucets with 8” spread in master baths
  • Elongated water conserving toilets in all bathrooms
  • Clear glass enclosed shower with frameless door in master bathrooms
  • Framed vanity mirrors in master baths
  • Luxurious free-standing Roman Tub in the “Hampton” master bath
  • Grand oversized shower with integrated bench in “Bermuda” master bath
  • Marble floors in master baths
  • Porcelain flooring and decorative tile shower walls in secondary baths
  • Elegant pedestal sink in powder room
  • Designer selected lighting fixtures in all bathrooms
  • Quality crafted wood kitchen cabinetry
  • Soft close doors and drawers in kitchen cabinetry
  • Granite or quartz countertops with subway tile backsplash in kitchen
  • Stainless steel undermount sinks with polished chrome faucet with pull out spray.
  • High efficiency stainless steel kitchen appliances
  • Under cabinet lighting
  • Decorative upper cabinets for extra storage in laundry room
  • Large capacity front load washer and dryer

All dimensions, features, specifications and square footage are approximate and subject to change without notice.
Builder reserves the right to replace with features of equal or greater value.


Delray Beach
Location. Location. Neighborhood.

St. George is located on a 3 acre site in Delray Beach on the east side of NE 6th Avenue just north of George Bush Blvd. This premium location is just blocks away from Delray Beach’s Atlantic Avenue, fabulous beaches and a Championship Tennis Center, all while maintaining a secluded residential feel. Within walking distance is a Publix Supermarket, a CVS Pharmacy, and many other unique retail outlets.

Delray Beach has become one of the hottest beach towns in the USA and was recently named “Most Fun Small Town” by Rand McNally and one of the “Best Five Small Towns in America” by USA Today.

Delray Beach uniquely ties beach days and downtown nights together, for an experience that offers everything. The small town is known for its art and nightlife as well as it’s beautiful beaches and water sports. Spend the day enjoying all the beach has to offer and end it at a trendy restaurant or funky bar. Atlantic Avenue is bright, energized and waiting for you!

Delray Beach offers over a hundred restaurants, distinctly original boutique shops, local art galleries and spas in town, with surfing, snorkeling, kayaking and boating on the water. Residents as well as vacationers can relax under the sun or pamper themselves in a spa or salon before a night of food, fun and dancing.

St. George is far more than an exclusive address; it's an extraordinary way of life that puts you steps from the best of Delray Beach.



is a boutique Architectural firm based in Delray Beach, Florida that designs both Residential and Commercial projects with an emphasis on Green Design. The firm holds licenses in six southern states and its design portfolio includes Custom Home, Townhome, Condominium, Rental Apartment, Office, Retail, Medical, and Mixed-Use projects. Richard Jones’s hands on approach from conceptual design through construction documents has led to many successful award winning projects.


is a market leading development and home building enterprise that has been in business since the 1980’s. VRM is considered the largest developer in the Caribbean and in addition to having developed over 50 single family and multi-family communities, has also developed commercial and residential projects in mainland and international markets, including Colorado, Arizona, Florida, Venezuela, and the Dominican Republic.

VRM Companies is an active member of the National Association of Home Builders and a Trustee member of the Florida Atlantic Building Association. As a recognized leader in the industry, VRM Companies has received numerous accolades, including being named “Builder of the Decade” by the National Association of Home Builders’ PR Chapter in 2011.


The name Corcoran is synonymous with real estate expertise. Founded over 35 years ago, Corcoran has more than 1,900 sales associates in 25 offices located in South Florida, Manhattan, Brooklyn, and the East End of Long Island. Agents at the The Corcoran Group average 20 years working in their respective local markets, defining Corcoran as the local neighborhood expert. Corcoran agents generate up to $18 billion in total company sales every year and average one home sale every hour, earning Corcoran the largest market share in New York, East End of Long Island and South Florida. Corcoran is the unrivaled industry leader on the East Coast and has firmly established its reputation as a world-class brand.



1023 N Federal Hwy,
Delray Beach, FL 33483

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The five best small towns in America: 2012
By Laura Bly, USA TODAY

One month and nearly 30,000 miles after they set off from Washington, D.C., en route to Seattle, five teams competing in the Best of the Road contest — sponsored by Rand McNally in collaboration with USA TODAY — have turned in their maps and car keys, consulted with a panel of judges and come up with the winners: five small American towns full of friendly people, great scenery, terrific food, patriotic fervor and just plain fun.

Selected from 30 nominees (each team visited the six in their category), the winners were announced Tuesday at the Destination Marketing Association International's annual meeting in Seattle.

For more on the winning towns, the worthy runners-up and the teams that visited, check out— and tune in July 25 at 8 p.m. ET/7 p.m. CT for a Best of the Road recap on the Travel Channel hosted by Bert Kreischer.

Delray Beach, Fla.
Team that visited: Patricia Serrano of New York City and Anna Haas of Nashville ("Fresh Traveler")

What made it stand out: Located north of Boca Raton in South Florida's Palm Beach County, this town has a "Miami meets Manhattan in the '60s" vibe (think Panama hats and individually owned shops, not flip-flops and chain restaurants). "You can be a yogi beach bunny one minute, on a boat crusing the marina the next, then get your taste of great locally-sourced grub decked out in a dress you got at one of the many awesome vintage stores before you hit one of the town's night spots," the team says.

Don't miss: Kevro's Art Bar, an "authentic, intimate and creative space that harbors arts of all kinds," and the free Delray Downtowner, a door-to-door, eco-friendly golf cart service.

Biggest surprise: Delray is "a great snorkeling and scuba diving destination," Serrano and Haas say, with a century-old steamship sunk in shallow water and some of the best visibility on the East Coast.

More information:; 561-278-0424

Category runners-up:

  • Buena Park, Calif.
  • Corning, N.Y.
  • Denton, Texas
  • Geneva-on-the-Lake, Ohio
  • Santa Claus, Ind.

PHOTOS: Best of the Road winners 2012

PHOTOS: Bardstown, Ky., the most beautiful small town in America

Best of the Road
Delray Beach, Florida
2012 “Most Fun”

Delray Beach uniquely ties beach days and downtown nights together for an experience that offers everything. The small town is as known for its art and nightlife as it is for beautiful beaches and water sports. Start the day combing the shore for sea turtles then snorkeling, and end it at a trendy restaurant and funky bar.

Delray offers over a hundred restaurants, distinctly original boutique shops, local art galleries and spas downtown with surfing, snorkeling, kayaking and sailing on the water. Vacationers can relax under the sun or pamper themselves in a spa or salon before a night of food, fun and dancing with the locals.

The town’s art scene ranges from paintings and posters to theater, dance and comedy. Visit a local gallery by day and likely meet the artist, then try antique shopping, a show or performance, or a museum. From the Cornell Museum of Art and American Culture to the Morikami Museum and Japenese Gardens, history and culture abound here.

Community events range from craft shows or concerts to Civil War re-enactments or farmers markets. Each year Delray hosts a Seafood & Wine Festival in November, a summer music festival in July, several family nights throughout the year, and events for nearly every holiday. See why locals love living in Delray Beach in its reviews.

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