One Bal Harbour - Luxury Apartments on Bal Harbour Beach by the Inlet!!

Real Estate Agent with EWM JKlahr Team
ONE BAL HARBOUR – Bal Harbour, Florida · Bal Harbour Village has an area of only 1.5 Kmts of which 0.9 kmts is land and the rest is water. It has some of the best beaches and a wide Bay with one of the few Inlets from the Ocean. · It is a planned Community with some of the most valuable Real Estate in the world, fantastic restaurants and the famous Bal Harbour Shops, fantastic security · One Bal Harbour built by WCI Communities, a publicly traded company in the NYSE, is located in one of the best pieces of land in South Florida. With the Inlet / Outlet to the Ocean to the North and the Beach to the East, a 3 mile long park to the North and everything else closed by. · 5 Star service from Regent Hotel next door including Room Service, World class SPA services by Guerlein and a world renown Restaurant yet to be announced · Beach Club service with a la carte dining, · Providing the ambiance of a five-star resort, will offer white glove treatment including 24-hour valet, room service, housekeeping and a full-time concierge to assist with travel, dining and theatre arrangements, in addition to other special needs such as pet care. · Regent Bal Harbour, just a few blocks away, is selling Condos starting at $1,400 per sft or $2.8M for a 2000 sft apartment · Excellence in Every Detail starting at just $700 per sft or $1.4M for a 2,000 sft apartment, the same price you find in Sunny Isles Beach but in a more exclusive area just on the Inlet. 10 foot height ceilings, European Kitchen and appliances, extraordinary finishes, double height lobby. · Units start at just $1.4M in a 9th floor closing starts in September 2007! For more information visit our web site: or call 305-394-9662 ask about Pre-Construction specials

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David A. Podgursky PA
THE PODGURSKY GROUP @ Re/Max Direct - Boynton Beach, FL
THE PODGURSKY GROUP - Make the Right Move!

Bal Harbour is a beautiful area...

you should put some pictures in here

Jul 24, 2007 02:39 AM