This enthralling new Groundstone Homes community, Rivella, is located on the pristine North Fork of the St. Lucie River on Florida’s Treasure Coast. This hidden gem in eastern Port St. Lucie is one of the last remaining gated communities with water access to the St. Lucie River – and close proximity to Treasure Coast beaches. New homebuyers can follow the river home to a secluded paradise of spectacular new homes surrounded by neighborhood parks and nature trails. Each beautiful residence enjoys walkable access to the community’s private, resort-style amenities.
Rivella is nestled alongside the North Fork of the St. Lucie River on the Treasure Coast. This one-of-a-kind natural waterway served as the backdrop for James Bond’s waterfront adventure, Moonraker in the 1970s
Although many areas of South Florida have been overtaken by rapid growth, the Treasure Coast has been developed more responsibly. A plethora of state and national parks have been preserved to ensure that the natural environment we cherish remains accessible for decades to come.
Kim Seng (CAPTAIN KIMO)
Kim Seng, aka Captain Kimo, has made a name for himself in Florida’s art scene with his specialization in high-dynamic-range, or HDR, landscape photography. The bright colors and dramatic landscapes that shine throughout Seng’s work aren’t photo manipulation – for many Floridians, they’re part of everyday life. Residents of the Sunshine State wake up to rivers teeming with life, blue skies over beaches, and sunsets that streak the sky red, orange, and purple. According to Seng, “My inspiration is just being present at the location for the shoot. Every day produces a different light, so I am always excited to see what the sunset or sunrise will bring.... There is nothing more satisfying to me than seeing an absolutely gorgeous sunrise/sunset that fills the sky with color.”
Steven Martine is a lifestyle photographer who specializes in creating outstanding visuals for advertising, editorial and celebrity clients around the globe. The unique editorial style of his images help tell stories, capture moments and deliver the perfect message.
"I have an aunt who gave me a camera in grade school, so it was always a hobby. I was shy growing up, so it was a good buffer socially," says Martine. Now, the Stuart resident and family man is one of the Florida’s top lifestyle photographers. “An effective photograph makes you feel something that you didn’t previously", says Martine. "It should make you curious about the main subject, or even take you by surprise. Photography is our emotional window into the world — able to transport you places you may never go otherwise."
Ron Rosenzweig specializes in architectural and luxury real estate photography throughout Florida and the Caribbean. With over 30 years of experience, Ron began his career as a United States Air Force Photojournalist stationed at Randolph Air Force Base in San Antonio Texas. “My passion is seeing my clients succeed in their advertising and marketing campaigns using the visual tools for we create for them.” More than just shots of real estate and architecture, you’ll see stunning backdrops in a lot of his work, including magnificent sunrises and sunsets, local wildlife and beautiful panoramic shots of some of the area’s waterways, including the St Lucie River.