By BARRY GOODRICH
Take state-of-the-art luxury suites, add distinctive retail, dining and recreational venues and top it off with a boutique hotel and you have the community known as 4th & Park at Pinecrest in Orange Village.
With a unique mix of retail options, chef-driven restaurants, fitness studios, pocket parks, office space and a cutting-edge movie theater, the residents at 4th & Park have already formed a close community since last summer’s opening. “It’s really a lifestyle here,” said Mary Wojtila, 4th & Park at Pinecrest’s residential property manager. “We host events for our residents each month and they have gotten close to one another very quickly.
With an 87 percent leased rate, the 87 new luxury one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments have proved to be popular with residents of all ages. “We’re getting a lot of people who are downsizing and like the flexibility offered here,” said Wojtila. “And we have young professionals who like the easy access to downtown in less than 20 minutes.”
Suites feature spacious floor-plans, luxurious finishes, panoramic views and the latest in technology. With contemporary color palettes, quartz countertops, luxury flooring and spa-like bathrooms, residents can enjoy all the comforts of home but can also benefit from the added attraction of a community room with a fireplace, TV, bar and billiards room.
A fitness center with Peloton bikes is another popular amenity at 4th & Park along with outdoor grills, secure parking in heated garages, same-day dry-cleaning services and indoor bike storage.
Even pets get the red-carpet treatment – residents are permitted two pets per unit, there is pet park where a Puppypalooza event was held last summer and pet treats are always available in the management office. “Pets are a huge part of our residents’ lives and this is a nice environment for them,” added Wojtila.
An outdoor five-mile recreation trail is yet another unique amenity of the mixed-use development. Weekly and seasonal property events include outdoor movies, concerts, fitness classes and farmer’s markets. For movie buffs, the Silverspot Cinema is a popular location for both residents and visitors interested in all the latest film releases. For out-of-town guests or locals interested in a staycation, the distinctive AC Hotel by Marriott is ideally located.
As if the luxurious apartments and eye-pleasing open spaces weren’t enough, the retail, recreation and dining options for the residents of 4th & Park at Pinecrest are off the charts.
One popular destination is Pinstripes, founded by Beachwood native and Hawken School graduate Dale Schwartz, where bowling, bocce, Italian-American cuisine and cocktails make for a memorable combination. The Shake Shack’s outdoor dining area caters to both guests and their pets and Graeter’s Ice Cream is a favorite for all ages.
Dining spots for all tastes can be found at 3 Palms Neapolitan Pizzeria and Bakery, Bibibop Asian Grill, City Works, Candado, Duck Donuts, Firebirds, First Watch, Goma, Next Door, Oak and Embers Tavern, Red The Steakhouse and Restore.
Pinecrest’s premier national, regional and local shopping, fitness and salon and spa offerings include Apricot Lane, Blackbird Fly, Brighton, Candle Studio, Citizen Yoga, Club Pilates, Color Me Mine, Eye Candy Optical, gl, Homage, j.bellezza, Laura of Pembroke, Orange Theory Fitness, Pottery Barn, REI Co-Op, Scout & Molly’s, Sweeties Big Fun, TD Ameritrade, Thread, Verizon, Vernacular, Vineyard Vines, Warby Parker, West Elm, Whole Foods, Williams Sonoma, The Woodhouse Day Spa and Zen Nail Spa.
For more information on 4th & Park at Pinecrest, call 216.535.2120 or visit fourthandparkapts.com.