Long Beach Riviera Towers

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Real Estate Agent with Douglas Elliman Real Estate
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Long Beach Riviera TowersRiviera Towers built in the late 1960's is located on Shore Road and Neptune Blvd. This brick Oceanfront Building had major renovations in 2005 including Lobby, Facade, Hallways, Carpeting, Commmunity Room, and Generator System. In the last few years the Shareholders of the Coop invested another quarter of a million dollars to ,upgrade the Indoor Pool which is breathtaking in its location to the Dunes and the Ocean, Upgrade Jumbo Pool Windows, Elevators, Garage, and splendidly redid the Sidewalk in Front of the Building. Alll this work was done without any assessments as the building has great financials. The super, Larry Lombardi is a prince of a fellow and he and his staff do an extraordinary job maintainig the building. Tim Stapelton of NAI Mgmt does a superb job as Riviera Towers' managing agent. He always goes the extra mile on behalf of the shareholders and helps agents expedite closings which is extremely valuable.

Being situated on the dunes but juxtaposed to the eastern entrance of the famous 2.2 mile Long Beach Boardwalk has its privileges. Be sure to enjoy the Summer Concert Series on Thursday evenings at 8:00PM at Neptune Beach. Parking is at a premium on Shore Road and some units in the Building have deeded Parking which means you automatically are guaranteed parking when you purchase  a unit. There is a standard flip tax of $5000 when you sell.

The indoor pool is amazing and its open 24/7. Imagine swimming in the winter as you watch the snow fall on the ocean and the dunes. Their community room has a full kitchen, beautiful tables and chairs, comfortable leather sofas, and a nice library. Their new gym is well appointed with TV and AC as well as Sauna, Showers and Bathrooms. Their Sun Deck adjoins the pol and has nice picnic tables with umbrellas and a community Barbeque. All this makes for an incredible lifestyle by the Sea.

 

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diana hershey

Who wrote this?   Snow does not fall on the ocean and the dunes in Long Beach... ever.  

Aug 01, 2010 03:01 PM #1
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diana hershey

lolol... of course... you are NOT talking about Long Beach California as I assumed!  Sorry about that :)

Aug 01, 2010 03:02 PM #2
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