Another great downtown Naples real estate option for buyers! - Naples Real Estate
When prospective home buyers start their search in Naples, they tend to have a lifestyle in their mind they would like to live... close to the beach, overlooking a golf course, country-club lifestyle, etc. For those that cherish the idea of being in the heart of the action with downtown living, there is a new option that will be available next year (2019). Check it out!
You can't get any more downtown in Naples than at 505 Fifth Avenue. This luxury condo built by T. Jerulle Construction will offer eight private residences. The architects, Sofft Cooney Architects, designed this gorgeous complex that broke ground in January of this year. Prospective buyers will be able to chose from a selection of units that range in size from 2,100 to 3,5000 square feet. Every unit is on the top floor nestled above downtown dining and commercial venues and come equipped with private balconies providing a great view of the downtown livelihood.
Interior Designer, Renee Gaddis Interiors, have a lineup of luxury finishes to offer the future homeowners including linear fireplaces and gourmet appliances. The units can opt to purchase a fully decorated unit or have it decorator ready, allowing them to work with a designer to select everything beyond the concrete and drywall. The complex offers private parking and lobby. One consideration that will make these units popular in the somewhat constrictive rules in other Naples multi-unit dwellings is that two pets without size restrictions will be allowed for home owners.
These residental homes are expected to start at #2,195,000 and go up from there. If you are interested in getting a head start on considering purchasing one of these units before they sell out, please give me a call at 239.287.2576.
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