All Blog Entries by Erika Axani

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The numbers are in and there's a great sense of action here in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. With the luxury condo market on the rise and new development all over the beach, local Realtors are experiencing an extra pep in their step!

As our company's analyst, it's my job to check in every month and it's been a pleasure seeing that I can finally go to my clients and say "Yes, list now!" We've been waiting for years for a great pick-up and with gas prices so low and consumer confidence high, the amount of tourism in Fort Lauderdale has brought an extensive amount of funding to the area. We are finally re-building after Tropical Storm Sandy along A1A, raising our fixed bridge on Sunrise Blvd. to accommodate some of our waterfront home-owners' desire for a

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SkY230 Waterfront   SkY230 and Florida Luxurious Properties announce it's completion for Buiding 3 this December. Paterson Development has created a contemporary collection of waterfront townhomes in Lauderdale by the Sea featuring rooftop terraces, private elevators, 2.5 car garages, and a free golf cart with every purchase made before the first phase is complete. Residents also have the ability to purchase private dockage for an additional $80,000. The boat slips host up to a 33' boat and are only an extra $50/month in HOA fees. Another great bonus to this pre-construction project compared to others is the units come complete with designer finishes. "It's common in south Florida pre-construction to say the unit comes Designer-Ready, meaning the purchaser needs to…
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 319 Coconut

319 Coconut Isle Drive is not just your ordinary 1920s Florida home. Along with other original homes here in South Florida, it features soaring ceilings, grandfathered set-backs, and larger bedrooms; however, there's something a little more special about this traditionally decorated Las Olas Isles home. In the early 1920s, a lot of farmers were coming to explore the lush landscaping that Fort Lauderdale so greatly offered. One of these farmers, a coconut farmer from the islands, decided to build his home as close to the beach as he possibly could. This farmer was the first to build his home on this road and when it came time to name the street, what better than "Coconut Isle"?! Today, this street still holds the memory of this first settler, and the

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