Miami Beach has an exciting residential offering at IRIS on the Bay, featuring 43 four-story townhomes in Normandy Isles being developed by The Spear Group and Braddock Financial Corporation. “Our buyers love the location,” says developer Jeff Spear of The Spear Group. “They can play golf on the Normandy Shores course or sail out to the Atlantic Ocean from one of our private docks.” The project is being designed by Beilinson Gomez Architects, while the creative teams of Michael Wolk Design Associates and TUI Lifestyle will style the interiors. Prices start from $786,000.

Hawaii’s Turtle Bay Resort, the only resort on Oahu’s fabled North Shore, has unveiled its 42 renovated cottages. The beachfront retreats round out Turtle Bay’s $45 million renovation, which includes upgrades to all 410 guestrooms, an expansion of the spa and fitness center and the addition of 1,500 solar panels, making Turtle Bay the first resort in Hawaii to complete a major solar project.

Park Grove, a new residential development by Terra Group and The Related Group, is ready to reign over Miami’s Coconut Grove, offering majestic views of Biscayne Bay. Leading architectural firm OMA/Rem Koolhaas has delivered a sophisticated design featuring three striking residential towers with units ranging from 2,200 to 3,600 square feet. Groundbreaking is set for fall 2015, with completion of phase one projected for spring 2017. Prices start at $2 million.

Crescent Communities has invested more than $150 million in the next phase of development at Palmetto Bluff in Bluffton, South Carolina. The investment includes the expansion of the Inn at Palmetto Bluff, as well as the next residential development, known as Moreland Village. The first phase of Moreland will span 60 acres and feature 92 residential lots; the completed village will consist of 600 acres and 500 home sites. A limited number of home sites are now available, ranging in price from $275,000 to more than $1 million.

Construction on the 10-story Palazzo del Sol‘s 47 residences is well under way, making it the first new construction on Florida’s Fisher Island since 2007. Developer Fisher Island Holdings engaged top Miami-based architect Kobi Karp and Swiss landscape designer Enzo Enea to design Palazzo del Sol as an exclusive reserve for the next wave of Fisher Island owners. Residences range from 3,800 to 9,800 square feet and are priced from $6.5 million to $35 million. The development recently set an island record when a penthouse went under contract for $35 million. Completion is scheduled for first quarter 2016.