Sarasota County, FL is the perfect combination of small-town charm and big-city amenities – all with the added luxury of over 35 miles of waterfront views. Learn why Sarasota is the ideal destination for effortless yet unforgettable meetings.
Published By: Cohesity
Published Date: Mar 19, 2019
The City of Santa Barbara, California is located just 90 miles northwest of Los
Angeles is the county seat of Santa Barbara County with a population of just
over 90,000. Often referred to as the ‘American Riviera’, Santa Barbara is located
between the Pacific Ocean and the Santa Ynez Mountains.
Santa Barbara functions similar to a big city because it manages its own police
and fire departments, city waterfront, and airport, managing an annual operating
budget of just over $350M with approximately 1600 employees. The IT team
supports all technology functions and operations for the City, including data
backup and protection.
Sarasota County, located on Floridaâ€™s Gulf Coast, is a boutique beach destination comprised of over 35 miles of coastline and five barrier islands. A plethora of arts and entertainment options, a recent Best Food City accolade by Conde Nast Traveler (2016) and a vibrant downtown district, as well as endless waterfront views and gorgeous sunsets create the perfect recipe to turn any type of program into an unforgettable experience.
The former Keppel Harbour was transformed into the vibrant marina-waterfront living precinct that it is today. To date, the Keppel Bay waterfront is lined by three iconic residential developments – Caribbean At Keppel Bay, Reflections At Keppel Bay and Corals At Keppel Bay – with a total of 2,464 apartments.
As the Keppel Bay precinct matures over the years, the marina-waterfront housing lifestyle has taken roots and offers an attractive living concept to prospective buyers.
Being situated on the mainland, Keppel Bay also have the advantage of being closer to amenities and have better accessibility and connectivity. Following the announced extension of the CCL to include three more stations (Keppel, Cantonment and Prince Edward) to close the circle, Keppel Bay will be directly connected to Marina Bay in the Downtown Core. When these stations are in operation by 2025, travel time between Keppel Bay and the CBD will be reduced by one-third of the current travel time.