The original Beach Club Project consisted of the demolition of a 50 year old beach club complex and reconstruction of a new two-story 35,000 S.F. Beach Club containing dining, spa, fitness, pools, cabanas, kitchens and site work within a six month period. In 2012 a complete remodeling was undertaken bringing the Beach Club current to today's casual lifestyle. The project included remodeling the existing dining room and kitchen, outdoor bars, dining terrace and grand cabanas.
HMF, which made its debut in November 2013, is named for Breakers founder and Palm Beach pioneer Henry Morrison Flagler. The cocktail lounge and contemporary-style dining venue is located in what was originally built as the Florentine Room in the mid-1920s. For several years, the space was divided into the Tapestry Bar and the resort's gourmet restaurant. The Breakers, enlisted internationally renowned hospitality designer Adam D.
Located atop the Phillips Point building in downtown West Palm Beach, this penthouse level restaurant features panoramic views of the city skyline, surrounding marinas and the Breakers Resort along the Atlantic Ocean. The concept for interior design of this marquee space was to provide flexibility for a variety of member / guest and public events in a chic, vibrant, exhilarating space with dramatic day time and evening views.
The Rybovich Marina has the capability to serve the yacht industry for storage, maintenance and repair of yachts up to 195ft. A Crew Campus was developed to serve the active and fit staff of these vessels while at dock. Peacock + Lewis designed the cafe and fitness center overlooking the docks and adjacent to the outdoor fire pit, pool and crew lounge. The Marina and Yacht cafe offers indoor and outdoor covered dining.