LET Lily Puente (561-740-6867) HELP YOU FIND YOUR DREAM HOME
Intracoastal luxury living just steps from Fort Lauderdale beach. Residences are available for immediate occupancy, The Mediterranean and The Pacific both over 3,000 square feet, including balcony.
Exclusive boutique building with only 16 residences, only 2 residences per floor with private elevator entry with foyer. Building amenities include:
- Over 6,000 square feet of chic lobby spaces, fashioned by renowned design firm, Interiors by Steven G.
- Private wine club and lounge with a personal wine locker for each residence
- Community skyview terrace with lounge areas and a summer kitchen
- Water’s Edge pool and Jacuzzi, overlooking the sparkling Intracoastal waterway
- 2,400 square foot ocean view fitness center, allowing residents to work out while taking in the awe-inspiring views
- 24-Hour valet/concierge attendant and two assigned parking spaces for added convenience
- Electric charging stations available for electric vehicles
- Private marina with yacht-sized boat slips
- Onsite dog park exclusively for residents and their pets
Are you ready to experience luxury living in South Florida? Contact me to learn more, schedule a private showing or virtual showing.
Area DescriptionAbout Fort Lauderdale
Incorporated on March 27, 1911, encompassing approximately 36 square miles with an estimated population of 186,220, Fort Lauderdale is the largest of Broward County's 31 municipalities and one of the ten largest cities in Florida. Embraced by the Atlantic Ocean, New River and a myriad of scenic inland waterways, Fort Lauderdale truly lives up to its designation as the "Venice of America."
An advantageous economic climate is helping the City of Fort Lauderdale establish itself as a world-class international business center and one of the most desirable locations for new, expanding or relocating businesses. Once known strictly as a tourism-based economy, Fort Lauderdale now supports a diverse range of industries, including marine, manufacturing, finance, insurance, real estate, high technology, avionics/aerospace, film and television production.
Fort Lauderdale also offers an outstanding quality of life, highlighted by a semi-tropical climate, rich natural beauty and array of cultural, entertainment and educational amenities. Blessed with over 3,000 hours of sunshine each year and pleasant year-round ocean breezes, world-famous Fort Lauderdale Beach offers premier opportunities for recreation, relaxation and enjoyment. The picturesque Riverwalk serves as the cornerstone of the City's arts, science, cultural and historic district which features the Broward Center for the Performing Arts, Museum of Discovery and Science, Museum of Art and Old Fort Lauderdale Village and Museum. Las Olas Boulevard has gained international acclaim as Fort Lauderdale's centerpiece of fashion, fine dining and entertainment. In addition, the City's downtown area is home to Broward College, Florida Atlantic University, the award-winning Broward County Main Library, federal, county and school district offices.
Through the cooperative efforts of residents, businesses and local government, Fort Lauderdale has evolved into a City that offers the best of both worlds - an attractive business environment and an outstanding quality of life. Fort Lauderdale is a great place to live, work and raise a family, and the City looks forward to continuing to build upon its success to meet the challenges of the 21st Century and beyond.
The City of Fort Lauderdale is situated on the southeast coast of Florida, in the east-central portion of Broward County, approximately 23 miles north of Miami and 42 miles south of Palm Beach. The City shares boundaries with nine other municipalities, as well as unincorporated areas of the County. Encompassing approximately 36 square miles, Fort Lauderdale is the eighth largest city in Florida and the largest of Broward County’s 31 municipalities.
The City of Fort Lauderdale is named for a Second Seminole War fortification built on the banks of the New River in 1838. That year, Major William Lauderdale led a detachment of Tennessee Volunteers south along the east coast of Florida to capture Seminole agricultural lands and battle the elusive Indian warriors. Altogether, three forts named after Major Lauderdale would be constructed: the first at the fork of New River; the second at Tarpon Bend; and the largest on the beach at the site of Bahia Mar. None of the forts survives today.
Courtesy of Fort Lauderdale City Website