Niche Magazine Spring 2017
In the Spring 2017 issue of Niche magazine, Scenic Sotheby’s International Realty shares the inspiring story of Reli Settlement Solutions CEO and Rosemary Beach homeowner Kent Stewart tackling the Seven Summits – the seven highest peaks in the world. We take a look at how the WaterColor Beach Club and Camp WaterColor plan to expand with WaterColor, Florida homeowner association manager Brad Yuhas. Finally, we discuss growth in South Walton with Walton County District 2 Commissioner and BCC Chairwoman Cecilia Jones, Public Information Manager Louis Svehla, and Environmental Planner Kristen Shell, focusing on projects ranging from the development of Kaiya on 30A just west of Alys Beach to the opening of Pottery Barn, Kinnucan’s, as well as Emeril’s Coastal Italian restaurant at Grand Boulevard in Sandestin, Florida.
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Our gracious advertisers this issue include:
- Arthur Rutenberg Homes
- SETCO Services
- Kristen Blossman with FBT Mortgage
- 360 Blue Properties
- Jim Azzolini with Galati Yacht Sales
- SoFitCo Studios
- Sunshine Shuttle & Limousine
- Bay Breeze Patio
- Jean Jackson Crews with BB&T Home Mortgage
- Lisa Bell with Renasant Mortgage Lending
- McNeese Title
- Sterling Resorts 30A
- Walton Funding
- Coastal Land Title
- Term Brokers Insurance
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