The Altman Companies, a nationally recognized developer, builder, and manager of exceptional rental apartment communities, is pleased to announce that the pre-leasing of Altís Blue Lake, a 318-unit Luxury Garden Apartment Community in Lake Worth, Florida, began on August 21st. The community, located just 25 minutes from West Palm Beach – one of the largest growing metro areas in South Florida, is slated to open in September 2023.
“We are excited to commence the pre-leasing process of Altís Blue Lake, our newest development in Palm Beach County,” said Seth Wise, CEO of The Altman Companies. “We eagerly anticipate the property’s opening in September, as it will provide much-needed housing that sets a new standard of luxury, exceptional services, and exclusive amenities in the area.”
Located on Jog Road in Lake Worth, Altís Blue Lake offers exceptionally appointed one, two, and three-bedroom apartment homes with private entry and direct access garage options. Interior features include spa-inspired bathrooms with dual sink vanities, spacious soaking tubs, and clear glass shower enclosures. The spacious floorplans have quartz countertops, 39-inch cabinets, front-loaded washers and dryers, and stainless-steel energy-efficient appliances.
Residents of Altís Blue Lake will enjoy a 6,000-square-foot clubhouse with a resort-style heated swimming pool surrounded by pool cabanas, grilling stations, and a pavilion that will be the perfect place for residents to unwind and soak up the sun. Residents will have direct access to a 24/7 fitness center with a yoga, spinning, and aerobics studio; a cybercafé with entry to workspace lounges; a private conference room; and a game room. In addition, a wellness treatment room offers residents the perfect spot to relax and recharge.
The property is a pet-friendly community offering an indoor air-conditioned dog grooming spa where pets can indulge. There is a multi-purpose trail and a pet park with a gated off-leash area where residents can bond and play with their pets. The community provides package delivery service and dry-cleaning pickup station for residents’ convenience.
Altís Blue Lake is Florida Green Building Coalition certified. Its sustainable initiatives include 100% energy-efficient designer lighting, ENERGY STAR® refrigerators and dishwashers, high-efficiency water heaters, and Electric EV car-charging stations.
To learn more about Altís Blue Lake, please visit https://www.altisbluelake.com/.
“Enterprise could not tackle the complex affordable housing challenges we face without the expertise and dedication of our nationwide team,” said Lori Chatman, interim co-CEO of Enterprise and president of the Capital division. “Shawn’s decades of experience as a leader in human resources and a champion of inclusive workplaces make him an ideal partner as we move our critical work forward.”
Talley joins Enterprise with more than 25 years of experience in providing award-winning strategic expertise in human resources, organizational development, management consulting, and diversity. Most recently, he was chief people and diversity officer at the National Committee for Quality Assurance, where he led the effort to win the 2022 Chesapeake Human Resources Association James W. Rouse Excellence in Diversity Award, named for Enterprise’s founder.
Over the course of his career, Talley has led HR teams at Baxter Healthcare, Citigroup, The Home Depot, and Verizon, and was one of the first instructors to provide diversity training to the US Department of Commerce.
“I’ve spent my career working to build and strengthen inclusive organizations that engage employees and inspire them to perform to their potential,” said Talley. “I’m honored to join the Enterprise team and look forward to investing in and supporting our staff as we work toward our shared mission.”
Talley serves on several nonprofit boards, including Baltimore Health Care for the Homeless and Prestige Healthcare Resources, and is an advisor at the Tahirih Justice Center. He holds a dual bachelor’s degree in mass communications and political science and a master’s in human resource development from Towson University, where he continues to teach as an adjunct professor.