A Glamorous Legacy Inspires an Exciting Future

It takes the perfect blend of colorful history, superb location, iconic architecture and an elite, sophisticated citizenry to create an international destination – a place where every moment is a celebration. This is the essence of Via Mizner, an exclusive, landmark address in the heart of a beloved community, perfectly crafted for world-class lifestyles.

Welcome Home to Bespoke Living at Its Best

As one of a select few locations worldwide with a residential property bearing the Mandarin Oriental name, The Residences is truly a signature address. Upon arriving at the private entrance lobby, the cascading water element and grand staircase only hint at the striking design and details that abound throughout. Incomparable sophistication is imbued into each of the ninety-two, light-filled homes that celebrate the Boca Raton lifestyle with absolute comfort and complete security.

Internationally Recognized for Luxury and Service

For over fifty years, Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group’s reputation for impeccable service, distinctive designs and renowned, holistic spas has been key to its rapid expansion across the globe. Today, the company operates or has under development fourty-seven hotels worldwide, with eight Residences at Mandarin Oriental attached to its properties, and a further six in the planning stages . A dedication to the highest levels of customer satisfaction year after year has garnered Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group a most enviable ranking as a recognized leader in worldwide luxury hospitality.

ESPN Radio Personality Josh Cohen hosts The Palm Beacher Magazine’s “Cocktail Hour” at The Residences Sales Gallery with World-Renowned Actor John O’Hurley

Published on 01.4.2019

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WHO: World-renowned stage, film and television actor, host and “Dancing with The Stars” champion John O’Hurley.

WHAT: Signature Mandarin Oriental cocktails the Red Lotus and the Dragon’s Tail, paired with the Signature Mandarin Oriental lunch plate of bultarra saltbush free range chicken salad on house-baked sunflower bread with farm-fresh greens, heirloom tomatoes, a select blend of hand-chopped tomatoes, peppers, onions, autumn salad and hand-selected fresh seasonal berries.

WHERE: Mandarin Oriental Residences Sales Gallery, 10 E. Boca Raton Road, Boca Raton / 561.750.7055 / moresidencesbocaraton.com

The moment I first knew I wanted to become an entertainer was: when I was 3 years old. People would ask me over and over what I wanted to be when I grew up, and with a sense of disgust that only a 3 year old can muster, I’d put my hands on my hips, point at the black-and-white television in the corner of the living room and say, “Well, I am an actor, so that’s what I’m going to be.” It’s not that I wanted to be one, it’s that I was one.

I first realized I could actually have a successful career in show business when: I started on soap operas and I realized the decimal point moved over one place. And then I realized that if I moved over to the west coast, I could move the decimal point over one more spot. For me, it’s always been about “business show,” not “show business.”

Playing the role of J. Peterman on “Seinfeld” was: the greatest experience I’ve had as an actor. It gave me the opportunity to create a role that was totally undefined, to make a character larger than life, but still supported by writing that made the character really interesting.

Something that most people don’t realize about competing on “Dancing With The Stars” is: how physically taxing it is. It’s nine-parts Marine boot camp and only one-part cocktail party. Proceeding to the next week only means that you get to go to a rehearsal studio the next day and start all over again with a style of dance you have never heard of. I danced a paso doble once in my life, and I will never do it again, nor have a reason to.

It might sound strange, but people would mistake me for: David Copperfield. Back in the mid-80s, he and I were indistinguishable. He looked like me, and I looked like him. I finally asked him, “Do you ever get that you… look like me?” and he said, “All the time.”

During his remarkable four-decade career in show business, John O’Hurley has seemingly done it all. From soap opera classics “Loving” and “All My Children,” to the Broadway stage, starring in “Chicago,” to presiding over the legendary TV game show “Family Feud,” to hosting the Miss America pageant and the annual Thanksgiving Day National Dog Show, and even winning the inaugural season of ABC’s “Dancing with The Stars,” O’Hurley perhaps remains best known and most beloved for his role as J. Peterman on the global TV phenomenon “Seinfeld.” An all-encompassing entertainer virtually since birth, O’Hurley somehow finds time to serve numerous charitable causes annually and work on his more than respectable golf game. He is a regular visitor to South Florida with residences on the East Coast.

Red Lotus Cocktail:

  • 1.5 ounces Belvedere Pure vodka
  • 1.5 ounces Briottet Liqueur de Lychee
  • 1 ounce Lakewood 100-percent Cranberry Nectar
  • Pour ingredients into a cocktail shaker with ice, shake well, strain into a tall flute glass and garnish with lychee fruit and fresh mint.

Dragon’s Tail Cocktail

  • 1.5 ounces Hendricks Gin
  • .5 ounce fresh lemon juice
  • .5 ounce simple syrup
  • 8 fresh basil leaves
  • 4 slices European cucumber

In a cocktail shaker muddle one slice of cucumber and basil leaves, add ice, and pour in gin, lemon juice and simple syrup. Shake well, strain into iced rocks glass and garnish with cucumber and basil.

A Legal Disclaimer

 

We are pledged to the letter and spirit of the U.S. Policy for achievement of equal housing opportunity throughout the Nation. We encourage and support an affirmative advertising, marketing and sales program which there are no barriers to obtaining housing because of race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin. The sketches, renderings, pictures, photos, and designs depicted or described herein are conceptual in nature and are not to scale, are based upon preliminary development plans, may depict options, upgrades, features or views not available in all model types and are subject to change without notice in the manner provided in the applicable purchase agreement. No guarantees or representations whatsoever are made that any features, amenities or other facilities will be provided or, if provided, will be of the same type, size, location or nature as depicted or described herein. Any view from a unit or from other portions of the property may in the future be limited or eliminated by future development or forces of nature.Nearby golf courses, open spaces and other areas are not owned or operated by the Developer and there is no guarantee they will be operated or maintained for any particular purpose or in any particular manner. Many of the facilities within the project will not be located within the Residences. Certain facilities or services described herein will be provided by the hotel or club operators or others and may be subject to additional charges. Membership in the Club will be mandatory for unit owners and will require payment of additional dues, fees and costs. A substantial number of Club memberships will be available to non-residents. Business establishments may be sold to third parties, may be used for different purposes, and may change or discontinue operation at any time.

An offering is made only by the prospectus for the condominium and no statement should be relied upon if not made in the prospectus or in the applicable purchase agreement. Douglas Elliman is the Developer’s exclusive broker for this project. No solicitation, offer or sale of a unit in the Residences will be made in NY, NJ, or in any other jurisdiction in which such activity would be unlawful.Via Mizner Owner III, LLC (“Developer”) is a newly-formed entity, which is the sole offeror of the units being offered for sale as The Residences at Mandarin Oriental, Boca Raton (“Residences”). Penn-Florida Capital Corp. and the other “Penn-Florida Companies” are affiliated with the Developer but are not the developer of the Residences. All statements and any representations herein shall be deemed to have been made solely by Developer. An affiliate of the Developer is developing the adjacent proposed Mandarin Oriental, Boca Raton hotel (“Hotel”) and the rental programs, if any, offered to unit owners in the Residences. Neither Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group nor any of its affiliates, nor their respective Officers, Directors, Agents or Employees (collectively, “MOHG”), are in any way owners, offerors, promoters, issuers or underwriters of, or responsible or liable for, or are making any representations or warranties with respect to, the Developer, construction of the Residences, any offering for sale of the real property constituting the Residences, or any increase or return on related investment. MOHG has not assumed and has no liability or responsibility for any financial statements, projections or other financial information contained in any sales and marketing materials, prospectus or similar written or oral statements relating to the Residences. Developer has the sole right and responsibility for the manner and means by which the Residences are sold, and for all representations in relation to the Residences. Developer has obtained rights to use the “Mandarin Oriental” name and trademarks (“MOHG Marks”) in connection with the Residences and the Hotel subject to the terms and conditions of non-exclusive license agreements which may be terminated at any time upon certain occurrences. The right to use the MOHG Marks in connection with the Residences is thus not guaranteed and no such right is included in the Residence being acquired by any purchaser. If any of the relevant agreements are terminated, or Mandarin Oriental ceases to manage the Hotel or Residences for any reason, use of the MOHG Marks in connection with the Hotel and Residences may be terminated at MOHG’s discretion.

The Residences at Mandarin Oriental, Boca Raton (The Residences) are not developed, sponsored, owned, offered or sold by Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group or any affiliate thereof (MOHG), and MOHG makes no representation, warranty or guaranty of any kind regarding The Residences. The developers and owners of The Residences use the Mandarin Oriental name and trademarks subject to the terms of revocable licenses from MOHG which may expire or be terminated.

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