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Staff at Seaglass waits arrival of residents


What’s new at Seaglass of Bonita Bay

“Finalizing a new home purchase and planning and executing a move can be a stressful time,” said Seaglass General Manager Shannon Dye, CAM, GRI, ABR. “It’s also an exciting time as people look forward to enjoying life in their new home, the possibility of meeting new friends and neighbors, and experiencing a new lifestyle. That’s especially true in a building the caliber of Seaglass and in a community like Bonita Bay that has been acknowledged as one of the healthiest in the country. Our staff is ready to welcome  residents with a smile and enthusiasm, answers their questions, to immediately address any unforeseen problems that might arise, and to share their excitement. We’ve been looking forward to move-in time, meeting them, and to doing everything we can to make the Seaglass living experience as enjoyable as possible.”

Her responsibilities at Seaglass will include overseeing the operational, administrative, financial, human resources, maintenance and security functions of the building. Also, planning, directing, recommending and implementing policies and procedures that ensure the services required to maintain the common elements of the homeowner’s association. To provide all in a first-class manner and in the Seaglass homeowners’ best interest.

“Managing a building like Seaglass is not just about making sure the landscaping and maintenance are taken care of,” said Dye. “It’s about creating a welcoming atmosphere that promotes security, safety and community for all residents. It is my goal to provide the best experience possible for the Seaglass homeowners. Ongoing and good communication is key. I am committed to keeping the Seaglass residents up to date with Seaglass news, upcoming events, social activities & special projects. We will also be launching a website exclusively for the Seaglass Residents soon.”

Dye’s front desk/administrative staff will include full-time administrative assistant Jennifer Stinson and part-time weekend receptionist Cleo Levine. In addition to fulfilling day-to-day front desk responsibilities, they will provide concierge services to the Seaglass Residents.

Rooftop Happy Hours & Social Events

Seaglass residents will enjoy happy hours and barbecues at the rooftop deck while experiencing views of Estero Bay and the Gulf of Mexico. A two-sided elevator opens to a terrace. The amenity deck features one bar with a large screen television, additional sunset bar with unfettered views of the Gulf, seating areas, outdoor kitchens with gas grills, an array of native plantings, and glass railings.

The Seaglass tower’s second floor includes a news café that offers additional opportunities for socializing. The café connects to an amenity complex previously designed by architect Santiesteban & Associates. Amenities include a theater, guest suites, card and club rooms, a fitness facility with spas, steam and massage rooms, a resort-style walk-in pool and spa, and a covered deck and screened cabana that includes a bar and grill.

“One of the most important committees in a condominium is the social committee,” said Dye. “The committee generates interest, fun, excitement, and a sense of community among the residents. Events give residents the opportunity to get to know everyone in the building and to create bonds with their neighbors. We’ll be working with the committee to ensure the logistical aspects of their events are covered and to provide support. We want the residents at Seaglass to enjoy life here.”

Housekeeping & Maintenance

Dye’s maintenance and housekeeping staff at Seaglass includes Mark Young, Adrian Valdes, Milene Hernandez and Marbelys Leiva. Young was a facility maintenance manager for nearly 10 years before moving to Florida. He has been a maintenance coordinator and lead technician for six years, most recently at Estancia at Bonita Bay. He is EPA and CPO certified. Valdes has several years of experience in the maintenance industry, including at Tiburon Golf Club for seven years. Hernandez and Leiva have both worked in luxury high-rise buildings, most recently at Tiburon Golf Club.

A selection of residences remains available at Seaglass. Three furnished models are open for viewing by appointment only.

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