With crossed gold keys pinned to the lapel of his uniform, a courteous Les Clefs d’Or concierge greets me warmly with a smile and a sweep of his hands. “Welcome to Bellaria Residences, my name is Vic Geiger,” says the experienced curator, as a swanky syncopation of jazz drifts through a stunning atrium of marbled floors, stoned walls, gleaming glass and artistic expressions of the Renaissance. “It’s a lifestyle that is very pleasing, because you walk in and you feel like you’re welcomed home,” says longtime sales representative Frances Chetti.
In just a few steps, the expectations of a boutique condominium complex set in suburbia are surpassed, as the extravagance of a European hotel unfolds. “I feel like I’m waking up in The Ritz-Carlton every morning,” gushes a resident as she heads to the private women’s changing room adjacent to a Read more