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If you like the idea of getting out of the cold and spending time in a tropical climate with crystal clear blue ocean waters and magnificent weather, consider renting a condo for the season. You can enjoy your home away from home fully furnished right down to sheets and pillowcases. There are many A rated buildings throughout South Florida in South Beach, Miami Beach, Ft. Lauderdale, Hallandale, Hollywood, Aventura, Bal Harbour, Sunny Isles, and Boca Raton where you can rent a condo for the season. A wonderful place to consider is The Beach Club in Hallandale. The Beach Club has a fantastic (0 comments)
The Beach Club features luxury style condominiums in a prime location, top of the line amenities and modern cutting edge ambiance. The Beach Club is less than one mile from the Diplomat Resort, minutes from Fort Lauderdale International Airport, as well as the world famous Bal Harbour Shops, Aventura Mall, Las Olas, and downtown Ft. Lauderdale. The Beach Club consists of three luxury condos situated on nine acres of oceanfront property in Hallandale Beach. Tower One has 44 floors, consisting of ten spacious units per floor. Residents can choose from a one bedroom unit overlooking the intracoastal to a two bedroom, thee and (0 comments)
We are often asked about the differences in price for waterfront condos in Miami Dade VS. Broward County. Generally speaking, buying an oceanfront condo in Miami will will cost more than purchasing in Ft. Lauderdale. When I say generally speaking, of course a newer building with a full array of amenities in Ft. Lauderdale will probably cost more then an older building with no amenities in Miami. But basically, comparing apples for apples, Miami is more expensive. Palm Beach County is still another totally different profile. I will address Palm Beach in an upcoming Blog. In September the average cost per square foot in Miami was $770 (0 comments)
If you prefer not to be in a high rise but still want to be on the ocean there are two interesting preconstruction projects underway. The Mystic Palms townhomes are 8 exclusive townhomes directly on the sand each with private roof decks and a pool as well as a private elevator. Prices are from $1.4 million to $3 million. Word has it that a singing celebrity from one of the most famous boy bands has purchased one of the units . Mystic Palms is in Pompano Beach. Another option is the The 4-story Villas by the Sea in Lauderdale-by-the-Sea. Only 21 units will be in (0 comments)
European Elegance is Coming to an oceanfront Miami Condo-Cipriani Ocean Resort and Club Residence- - 10/09/07 02:14 PM
The Cipriani Ocean Resort and Club Residences is set to open mid 2009, Located at 32nd and Collins, A stunning,tower which will consist of 66 private Club Residences ranging in size from 1,100 sq.ft. to a massive 10,600 square foot penthouse. All of the private residence and the 209 hotel suites will be catered to by the Cipriani hallmark of service and discretion. Prices will range from $1 million to $33 million. To read more about the Cipriani visit www.blogsouthflorida.com (0 comments)
This newly completed 29 story luxury oceanfront condo in Hollywood has many units on the market with a very wide range of prices. This appears to be quite indicative of other newly completed luxury oceanfront condos in south Florida. In my previous post at www.blogsouthflorida.com we provided statistics on the average cost per square foot for the offering price and for the actual sale price. The Diplomat is averaging $446 and $430 respectively. When we look at the exact inventory of units on the market, there is a tremendous price spread. There is a unit on the market priced out at a high of $614 per square foot for (0 comments)
There have been years of lawsuits and fighting to prevent the Related Group from building the 42 story luxury condominium that is situated next to the historic Stranahan House. According to a Sun-Sentinel article published today, Las Olas Condo Approved, the 42 story tower will move ahead. The Icon is designed to have 272 units in the building, and according to the Related Group they are 48% sold out. Ground breaking will occur in Spring 08 if not sooner with a completion by 1st quarter 2010. As featured in a New York Post Aricle in June of this year, as with most Related Group projects, brisk (0 comments)
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