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Auberge Fort Lauderdale Beach and Latest Real Estate News

Auberge Spa & Residences of Fort Lauderdale Beach a two-tower, direct beach front residential property located on 4.6 acres of the North section of Fort Lauderdale Beach. Showcases its iconic architecture and exquisite design as crafted by Nichols Brosch Wurst & Associates. The South tower is 23-stories and the North tower rises to 17-stories. Situated at 2200 North Ocean Boulevard on Fort Lauderdale Beach it is labeled as the most sought-after oceanfront building on the market in South Florida. A construction loan obtained in 2016 for $132 million brings these two grand towers to fruition. Live the life of extra ordinary at Auberge. Amenities for the 171-unit development includes 450 linear feet of frontage to the Atlantic Ocean, a wine cellar, tempting selection of restaurants, fitness center and world-class spa, a golf simulator, and a children’s playroom to name a few. Atlantic Ocean and its pristine beach will be the front yard with jaw dropping views to many lucky new home owners.

The North tower has a total of 56 units and the South tower hosts 115 units with amenities galore. Units will offer oceanfront expansive terraces, kitchens with exquisite craftsmen Italian cabinetry and glimmering, rich stone countertops. A seaside, elite property that is the talk of the town since making its debut on South Florida real estate market still has some residences available. Currently there are only two units left for sale both come with 2 parking spaces. Unit #804 is a brilliant four-bedroom, 4.5 bath unit with expansive 3,365 square feet listed at $3,240,990 located in the south tower. Unit #1504 aligns itself in the south tower with 3-bedrooms and 3.5 baths, 2,787 square feet, priced listed at $3,237,900. A wise real estate investment if you are looking to park cash in brick and mortar with ocean front views to boot. Read ahead to see what the real estate industry predicts for South Florida. If the euro and other major currencies get stronger against the U.S. dollar during the finals months of 2018, as some analysts predict, South Florida will become even more attractive to foreign investors. In addition, distressed sales, foreclosures and short sales are down, with the Miami Herald reporting that "only 9.9% of the sales involved properties in trouble, including bank-owned and short sale properties. Those kinds of properties accounted for 12.7% of the sales last year - and 70% in 2009." Zillow, the real estate and rental marketplace, reports that home values in the tri-county area (Palm Beach, Broward and Miami-Dade) have gone up during the past year and will continue to rise for 2019. You must have noticed rising real estate prices if you have been in the market as of late. Indeed, the recession of 2008 is behind us, and we're experiencing a more robust economy nationwide. South Florida turned the corner in the beginning of 2014 as construction and development saw a surge. An estimated 180,000 new jobs will be created in Florida this year, according to a Florida Chamber of Commerce report.

It's not only wintry weather up north causing an exodus to the Sunshine State that has been going on for many decades and continues to do so. Residents of the Northeast with high property taxes are feeling the cold from federal tax reform that limits deductions on state and local taxes to $10,000 and restrictions on the deduction of mortgage interest. Millennials are also part of the migration southward, attracted by jobs, start-up opportunities and the lower cost of living but most likely they won’t be purchasing their first home at Auberge. It is a good time to buy real estate in South Florida now before the influx of the Northerners make their way down which usually they can be sighted as early as October.

Auberge, the only directly built on sand residential luxurious condominium building to hit the Fort Lauderdale market in almost 20 years. It is no wonder the Auberge penthouse sells for record $9.5 million this past July breaking the previous penthouse sale of $8.9 million last year. Now Auberge holds both records for Broward County condo sales at this time. What an honor for developer, The Related Group.

An elite property for beach enthusiast and ocean connoisseurs alike. The HOA fees is estimated at $1.00 per square foot of living area. This monthly fee includes water, sewer, cable television, trash removal, all amenities, building staff, reserves, building maintenance exterior and common areas, building insurance for the exterior and common areas.

Owners of this magnificent oasis will have modern flow-through living spaces with tall 9’6” ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows to gaze out over the blue ocean horizon. A deep soaking tub for pure relaxation appoints all master bedrooms, a chef’s kitchen with Italian cabinetry, smart-home technology is just a few of the built-in features each residence has to offer buyers. The long rich array of immaculate amenities goes on. To see all this fascinating community has to offer, floor plans, renderings and current listings visit .

Contact us at 954.817.1056 to help you be a part of the Fort Lauderdale community of buying a luxurious beachside property at Auberge. We live in Fort Lauderdale beach across the Intracoastal Waterway and can provide local insights to this pulsating community.

Auberge, a life worth living!