The DeMarcay Donates More Than 450 Meals to Feed First Responders

Coconut Telegraph

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The team behind The DeMarcay, a luxury residential condominium project by GK Real Estate in downtown Sarasota, Fla., recently donated more than 450 meals as part of its First Responder Friday program to provide fare from local restaurants to the community’s first responders and health care professionals.

During the eight events in April and May 2020, area recipients served included the Sarasota Police Department, Sarasota County Sheriff's Office, Sarasota County firefighters and paramedics and health care professionals from Doctors Hospital and Sarasota Memorial Hospital. The participating restaurants were 99 Bottles, Café Barbosso, Il Panificio, Main Street Trattoria, Nancy's Bar-B-Q, Pacific Rim and Spice Boys Kitchen.

“Our team truly appreciates the tireless hours the first responders and health care professionals have worked and the sacrifices made for us all,” said Greg Kveton, principal at GK Real Estate, the developer of The DeMarcay. “We wanted to acknowledge them while also assisting and partnering with local restaurants. Our team is grateful for the opportunity to help take care of those taking care of us, and we are humbled to give back to those who do so much in our community.”

The team also recently concluded a series of complimentary business webinars tailored to real estate professionals but available to all. Held throughout April and May 2020, the Zoom conferences covered topics from how to create real estate videos, social media and public relations during a crisis, business coaching, real estate in the virtual world now and in the future, closings in COVID-19 and how to create a functional home office.

Those interested in exploring The DeMarcay can now schedule an online or in-person appointment, see renderings of the property and its seven floor plans and view videos packed with information, tours of the sales gallery and each residence, the scaled replica of the building, a vignette of the well-appointed kitchens and more.

The 18-story building will boast valet parking, concierge services and a resort-style rooftop pool with expansive waterfront views of the Gulf of Mexico and Sarasota Bay. Ranging from 1,144 to 3,219 square feet, the floor plans will have the flexibility to combine units for larger square footage. A one-bedroom residence with a den starts at $660,000, with two-bedroom and three-bedroom residences available. Construction is slated for completion by fall 2021.

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