Shore House at The Del, the new resort real estate property at Hotel del Coronado, announced Aug. 3 it has now opened sales to the public, following an unprecedented pre-sales period beginning this Spring that resulted in nearly 85% of the available residences placed under contract.
Situated at the southernmost point of The Del, between Glorietta Bay to the east and Coronado Beach to the west, Shore House presents a distinctively new experience at America’s most storied seaside hotel, with 75 1-, 2- and 3-bedroom fully furnished residences and its own ocean-view pool with cabanas, poolside bar, casual indoor/outdoor lounge, dedicated check-in, and complimentary valet and self- parking. Scheduled for completion in 2022, Shore House represents the final piece of the hotel’s $400 Million Master Plan, a multi-year, multi-phase reimagination.
“The response during pre-sales has been nothing short of incredible and is a testament to the magical legacy of The Del as well as families recognizing the rarity of this opportunity to take part in The Del’s inspired future,” said Mike Collins, Founding Partner and CEO of IMI Worldwide Properties, the exclusive sales partner for Shore House at The Del. “With the commencement of public sales, we expect considerable interest in this opportunity to own The Del’s final new real estate offering and among the last coveted opportunities to own along the California coast.”
Three distinct real estate opportunities at Shore House will be released as part of the public sales launch:
The Bay View Residences: Positioned to capture sweeping views of Glorietta Bay, the marina and the iconic Coronado Bridge, the Bay View Residences present a perfect opportunity for families to vacation among the coastal ebb and flow of Coronado Island. Each two-bedroom and two-bathroom residence enjoys a unique southeast-facing orientation that sets the stage for vibrant sunrises and tranquil evenings framed by the faint twinkle of the marina and city skyline.
The Victorian Residences: Located on the north side of Shore House, The Victorian Residences provide owners with coveted views of the Del’s iconic Victorian building, an architectural masterpiece that has been the talk of the Western World since it first opened in 1888. Owners can watch the sunset from their veranda as the day’s final rays grace the famed red turret and the newly reimagined front porch and grand entry. A great lawn lined with a colonnade of tall palm trees and lush botanicals extends just below each residence, while far-reaching views of the coastline can be seen in the distance.
The Loft Residences: Located throughout Shore House on the third and fourth floor, The Loft Residences feature two levels of living space, including a top-level loft with two queen beds and a Juliet balcony. Select residences enjoy sweeping views of the Pacific Ocean, Point Loma and the Shore House pool, while others feature breathtaking vistas of either Glorietta Bay or The Del’s famed red turret.
Shore House residences showcase an elevated beach- and bay-inspired design aesthetic that complements sun-filled days spent along the Coronado shoreline. Within every residence, a shiplap foyer opens to reveal beamed ceilings, hand-scraped wood floors and a comforting coastal color palette. A light-filled living room features a limestone-clad fireplace, a full kitchen outfitted with high-end appliances, a luxurious main suite bathroom with an enclosed water closet, an in-unit washer and dryer and a lockable owner’s closet.
Each residence features a private balcony, where a travertine gas fireplace and casual lounge space set the scene for serene mornings by the sea and magical evenings framed by vivid Coronado sunsets and the twinkle of the marina. Whether you seek respite in ocean, bay or landmark views, each residence embraces the timeless nostalgia of a seaside vacation in a deliberately curated, modern setting.
The architecture and interiors of Shore House, led by Leo A Daly, pays homage to the Queen Anne Revival design of The Del’s iconic Victorian Building. Period vernacular elements, such as prominent gables, red shingle roofs, white lap siding, and crimson window sashes, blend seamlessly into the historic fabric of the resort while adding a distinctive, new presence.
“Leo A Daly is proud to write a new chapter in the story of this classic American landmark,” said Ryan D. Martin, lead architect and director of design at Leo A Daly. “Shore House honors The Del’s rich legacy while creating the best, most innovative new real estate offering the resort has to offer.”
In addition to having access to The Del’s legendary amenities, from its beach-inspired spa to a host of dining venues, Shore House owners will enjoy a number of thoughtfully appointed spaces right at Shore House, including a fully-appointed bistro, with a spacious setting for sunset cocktails and chef’s table events, and a grand living room with indoor-outdoor spaces that flow to an outdoor courtyard featuring a Victorian fountain, various lounge areas and fire pits. Adjacent to the courtyard is an outdoor lounge and pool bar with an array of cozy environments and fire pits.
The true focal point of the Shore House experience is the ocean-view pool and spa, which directly overlook Coronado Beach and the Pacific Ocean. The zero-edge pool is framed by day beds, sun loungers and private cabanas, while a spacious sun deck with lounge seating and fire pits is perched just above the sand dunes, offering unobstructed vistas of the ocean, Point Loma and Coronado’s iconic sunsets.
Available residences at Shore House are priced from $3,089,000 and up, IMI Worldwide Properties is the exclusive sales agent for Shore House. For more information, please visit the Shore House Sales Office at the Hotel Del Coronado, online at ShoreHouseatTheDel.com or email email@example.com.