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Most Exclusive Condominiums in Fort Lauderdale

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The “Venice of the United States” is known for its Intercostal Waterways, oceanfront hotels and houses, great beaches and an ideal lifestyle. Browsing through the internet, your eyes will be treated to a lot of tourists’ “must see” and “must do” things around the borough.

Other things that catch the attention of the visitors here are the amazing architectures and ambiance of many properties. Condominiums in Fort Lauderdale are not only gorgeous. They are also giving a well-deserved privacy to its tenants. This well known Realtor Fort Lauderdale, Tim Elmes, raves about the beauty of living in such close proximity to the beach, while not compromising on design, style, or a luxurious retirement lifestyle.

In this article, we will look at the condominiums that are so exclusive making them pricier than other condos in the city. Hopefully, we’re able to convince you to move to Fort Lauderdale when you retire.


New Vero Beach hasn’t seen any oceanfront development in several decades. This will change as the construction of New Vero Beach Oceanfront is on its way. The residence is being built just a few steps away from the sea, directly on the sand. The plan shows that it will have 18 grand condos on five acres of exclusive ocean front property. The residents will be enjoying a secluded unspoiled stretch of the beach.

Each unit will have an access to ocean views and sunsets via its twin 15’ covered terraces. It will feature modern kitchen designs complete with European appliances. There is an open-plan design for the living and dining room; the master baths have an impressive double shower head. Each unit comes with three bedrooms, 3.5 baths, a family room, and an extra room.


Las Olas Ave is definitely one of the most exciting neighborhoods in Fort Lauderdale. It only steps away from an art museum, countless restaurants, water taxis, shops, bars and other recreational establishments. Once completed by 2019, it will be the tallest building near an ocean, an Intracoastal Waterway, and a city.  The floor plan of each residence is ranging from 1,501 to 2,964- enough space for two or three bedrooms and dens. The entire building is under watch by a 24-hour security service to all entry and exit points. Valet and self-parking can be arranged.



This tower will have 54-storey modern glass architecture by Carlos Zapata. The residents will have an access to ocean and bay views in Sunny Isles. Prices range is from $4 million to $5 million and features some of the most sophisticated features in real estate such as marble walls and flooring for bathrooms, Duravit toilet in every master bedroom; Dornbracht bathroom plumbing, and prime coated walls and imported doors.