Quietly nestled on a little slice of land off Florida’s beautiful eastern shoreline, the Town of Manalapan is a quaint and charming beach community. This thinly populated settlement was united in 1931 by Commodore Vanderbilt with the granting of a charter for the “Town of Manalapan.” Thought to be named after the North Eastern township of Manalapan, the town’s name means “Good Bread.”
This attractive little township is determined to follow the vision of its founders, who conceived Manalapan as a natural environment with a small population and elegant homes. Manalapan is known best known for its exceptional levels of service, precise development, and conservative approach to government. Essentially zero crime occurs in this area annually. Geographically, Manalapan is exceptional because the town is primarily water. Manalapan has a total area of just two and half square miles, with less than a half-mile being actual land.
Stewart Satter Carnegie Hill Development 2020
"It was a phenomenal project on a extraordinary property. We had an extraordinary team. I did not have a moment of aggravation during the construction process."