A roundup of new luxury coastal real estate and resorts from Los Cabo to Florida.

Photographs courtesy of the resorts and developments

The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Pompano Beach

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The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Pompano Beach is a two-tower luxury condominium development by Fortune International Group and Oak Capital. Interiors and landscape design have been curated by designer Piero Lissoni with architectural design by Revuelta Architecture International. The 32-story Beach Tower offers 117 oceanfront residences, including two penthouses, ranging in size from one- to five-bedrooms. The 14-story Marina Tower has 88 residences, including four penthouses, ranging in size from one- to four-bedrooms. The property will include a Marina Yacht Club with a private resident marina, an oceanfront beach club, and sports courts. theresidencespompanobeach.com

Aquarius on the Back Shore, Gloucester, Massachusetts 

Developed and built by Melanson Development and exclusively marketed by The Marrocco Group, Aquarius on the Back Shore is a luxury enclave of custom waterfront residences on a nine-acre oceanfront site. Aquarius’s 11, three-story Trident and Spinnaker townhomes are under construction for 2022 occupancy. Ranging from 2,450 to 2,947 square feet, each townhome features a spacious, open-concept floor plan with water views from the deck or patio, plus special touches such as iconic shiplap paneling. Prices range from $1.75 to $2 million. aquariusgloucester.com

Costa Palmas, Los Cabos, Mexico

Costa Palmas, a luxury resort and residential community on the East Cape of Los Cabos, introduces three new marina-side listings managed by Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts. Now available for move-in, the three-story condo-style building has three separate luxury residences—on the ground floor, second floor, and third floor. Each residence has an open floor plan, floor-to-ceiling glass doors, private plunge pool, and a lock-off suite third bedroom with a private terrace. The Four Seasons Marina Residences offer scenic views of the Sea of Cortez and vibrant Marina Village, providing easy access to hand-selected boutiques and a selection of signature and casual dining venues, including the signature restaurant Mozza at Costa Palmas in partnership with celebrity chef Nancy Silverton. As the central and social hub of the community, homeowners will enjoy a picturesque and lively destination where world-class yachts, sailboats and fishermen pass by and enjoy the Baja lifestyle side-by-side. Prices range from $4.95 to $5.75 million.  costapalmas.com

The Cape on Kiawah, Kiawah Island, South Carolina 

The Cape on Kiawah is a 14-acre, year-round retreat home to 78 distinctive residences and penthouses. Inspired by its native landscape, The Cape’s architecture and interiors balance utility and luxury, formality and informality, and evoke the ethereal beauty of the dunes. Steps from the Kiawah Island Club’s newest amenity and first oceanfront beach club on the island’s west end, The Cape Club, owners can enjoy an oceanside restaurant and bar, infinity pool, sundeck, and an array of exclusive amenities. Prices range from $2.6 to $7 million for oceanfront condominiums. thecapeonkiawah.com

Villa La Valencia, Los Cabos, Mexico

Situated on a stretch of beach between Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo, this elegant new oceanfront resort from The Villa Group offers contemporary suites, multiple fine dining concepts, and a stylish cocktail bar. Villa La Valencia will debut Cabo’s longest lazy river, which will span 1,148 feet and feature an art-mural bottom and fleet of luxury pool floats for guests to enjoy. Other property features include an infinity pool overlooking the Pacific Ocean and an adults-only pool. villalavalencia.com