Sailfish Point Selects Buffalo Agency

The 532 acre oceanfront luxury community on Florida’s Treasure Coast, Sailfish Point, has selected Virginia based Buffalo Agency as its public relations partner. Just a short drive from “America’s Most Beautiful City,” Stuart, Florida, Sailfish Point sits at the southernmost end of Hutchinson Island, a barrier island that stretches 21 miles from Ft. Pierce at the north. The Point is surrounded by three bodies of water; the Atlantic Ocean, Indian River and St. Lucie Inlet.

The first full-service, integrated marketing company dedicated to sport, industry and lifestyle segments, Buffalo Agency will publicize the world-class Sailfish Point in national and relevant regional media outlets covering luxury real estate, golf, yachting and waterfront living.

“Sailfish Point is one of the most stunning and distinctive oceanfront properties along the East Coast,” says Kristen Cheskaty, Managing Partner of Sailfish Point Realty. “Strategic, hyper targeted earned media will further position us one of the top places to live not only in Florida, but nationally.”

The vibrant, oceanfront gated enclave features 520 distinctive homes from spacious estates to low-maintenance condos, villas and townhomes with private boat slips. Residents enjoy access to a stunning swimming pool, a 1.5-mile stretch of private white sand beach and a freshly updated 60,000 square-foot award-winning oceanfront clubhouse with plenty of event space, fine and casual dining, a new fitness center with full-service spa, and a tennis center with 8 Har-Tru courts under the direction of Chris Warner, a USPTA professional.

Golfers relish the nationally ranked Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course that winds through the community with a real WOW factor. Three holes come to mind when I remember visiting in 2007 when Jack renovated the course: The par 4, 405 yard 3rd hole which demands accuracy with a large pond along the left side and a green overlooking the Indian River to the west; The 614 yard 14th hole is the southernmost on the course, needing 3 shots to reach the green. A large waterway disects this par 5 at 120 yards out and the deep green sits right on the St. Lucie Inlet; The signature 18th hole completes the remarkable layout with what Nicklaus called the “Window by the Sea,” a par 4 dogleg right reaching 443 yards to the Atlantic Ocean. Shifting coastal breezes factor into shot-making on the 7,088 yard, par 72 private course with no tee times needed. PGA Professional Victor Tortorici is Director of Golf, and he and his fine staff are there to make sure all the golf needs of the members and guests are met with friendliness and professionalism. The golf course is ranked 4th in South Florida of Residential Golf Courses and 53rd in the nation.

Wait there is more. Not to be outdone, Sailfish Point’s maritime offering is second to none in the Sunshine State. Its full service marina and yacht club houses 77 wet slips accommodating vessels up to 125 feet, 45 dry slips and sailing, kayaking and paddle boarding for the water enthusiast. With direct access to the marine-rich gulfstream, the inland waterways and being in the Sailfish Capital of the World, anglers have their choice of fishing. Boaters can navigate through the Okeechobee Waterway across the state to the Gulf of Mexico. Sailfish Point is a true sportsman’s paradise.

“From its enviable island location, five- amenities and nationally ranked golf course, Sailfish Point is rich with captivating story angles,” says Shane Sharp, Vice President of Buffalo. Agency. “The community is its own paradise-like living on your private Caribbean Island- and we’re to share the Sailfish Point story.”

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Dave Daubert

David, Editor & Feature Writer, has been writing about golf since the turn of the century. He was Managing Editor at a regional golf magazine for 11 years, published in Canada, the IAGTO and a Staff Writer for The Georgia Golf Trail. His insightful perspective brings golf to life.

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