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Indeed, CitySide has exceeded everyone’s expectations. Every good idea implemented has been taken to the next level. A perfect example is the dog park, just one of the lifestyle amenities the Weiners wanted to offer their residents with dogs. As with any idea, Josh’s dad asked his team, “How can we make CitySide even more dog-friendly?” “That’s dad. Everything we do—even the unexpected—


exceeds expectations. And the dog park was no exception,” said Josh. The private on-site, off-leash dog park includes water fountains, pet stations and beautiful, inviting landscape. Central Bark Dog Park is designed in the shape of a


giant dog bone, which is revealed from the vantage point of any of the residential balconies overlooking the park. Expect the unexpected. In addition to the complimentary weekend breakfasts in


the lobby, CitySide hosts a weekly Yappy Hour in Central Bark every Thursday. Expect the wow factor. “We love our life at CitySide,” said Christine Baer. She


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and her husband Don and their two dogs, Remy and Louie, were CitySide’s first residents almost two years ago. “We’re just a few blocks from everything—restaurants, shopping. It has truly exceeded all of our expectations. This is home.” The entire staff lives at CitySide, which makes for a much more familiar, strong community. “We have such a cool, diverse group of residents, here,” said Josh. “Some of the best parties I’ve ever been to have been hosted right here at CitySide.” We watched as


CitySide - The Art of City Living. 700 Cocoanut Avenue, Sarasota. 941.787.3333


Located in the heart of the Rosemary District, just steps away from Sarasota Farmers Market, Publix and Whole Foods; Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall, The Players Theatre, Art Center Sarasota and Sarasota Orchestra; Centennial Park with public boat launch.


Weekly Yappy Hours. Weekend complimentary breakfast. Yoga/Zumba Classes in private exercise studio. Large fitness center with state-of-the-art equipment. Gated parking garage. 24-hour security. Valet trash and recycling. 100% smoke free premier community. On-site Concierge. Resort-style pool and clubhouse. Outdoor fire pits and grilling areas. See more at CitySideSRQ.com


delivered packages were carefully attended to by the concierge staff, who are also well-versed in the area’s restaurants, theater and business services that may be needed by residents. They will also arrange for pet sitting and/or pet walking services. There have been instances where a resi- dent has called to say


they will be late getting home and they’re concerned about the dogs. A member of the concierge team will make sure the resident’s dogs are taken outside, walked and fed if necessary. Always looking for ways to enhance their resident’s


lifestyle, CitySide, in conjunction with the Sarasota Farmers Market, created the Rosemary District Market.The eight-week run of evening events hosted 40 vendors and was well- received. Newly-added to CitySide amenities is the Adventure Vehicle which will chauffer residents to their next awaiting adventure. Kayaking, anyone? Or perhaps the theatre?


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