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Presenting Corinthian Residence 7E
Presenting Corinthian Residence 7E

 
Thursday, April 11, 2013
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The Corinthian on the Intracoastal, a 23-story luxury building, is one of the most active condominiums in the Fort Lauderdale Waterfront Real Estate Marketplace. It is within the family of buildings built by Gesco, Inc., and the architecture was by Oscar Handle, and the interior of The Corinthian was designed by Jack Sell and Son. While the original building was built in 1975 and the color was pale blue with green tint and brown accents, the current colors are brown and beige, with plans to repaint the building with more appealing colors in 2014. Last year the building completed 3 major projects: the rooftop deck, the library and the beautifully renovated lobby. What makes a condominium like this so unique and sought after is the direct unobstructed water views from every apartment, each with its own unique location, characteristics, and view Each apartment is designed as an east-to-west flow through with a large private terrace overlooking the Sunrise Intracoastal Waterway, with washer/dryer in every unit, marble baths, floor to ceiling window walls, and semi-private foyers and elevators. The modern amenities that make this building so competitive with more recently built condominiums are the rooftop heated fresh water pool (sun all day long), a nicely appointed clubhouse with full kitchen facilities for entertaining, men’s and women’s sauna, 3 room fitness center on the penthouse level, 24 hour security and covered parking.

In 2012, with so much market activity, The Corinthian witnessed a flurry of sales, and with the inventory drastically reduced, it is with pleasure that I am introducing my newest listing, residence 7E. This residence is completely remodeled in a contemporary fashion and with every imaginable amenity and upgrade. 7E has two bedrooms and two baths within 1,610 spacious square feet. Its location on the 7th floor directly facing the water and protected Bonnet Preserve make it the prime location for viewing the megayachts that make Fort Lauderdale famous. The kitchen has undergone extensive renovations, with the wall opened to create more expansive views. Modern features include custom mahogany below counter cabinets, top of the line stainless steel appliances, an 8’ x 4’ granite topped kitchen island, and contemporary lighting. The living areas have 18” porcelain tile flooring. Ceilings have been renovated to smooth finishes, the air conditioning system is new and there is a washer dryer in the utility room adjacent to the kitchen. Each bath has been completely updated with modern fixtures; there is a customized walk in closet in master bedroom. All windows and doors have been replaced with hurricane impact glass. Maintenance on this residence is $768 per month and due quarterly. The Corinthian maintains the distinction of being one of the  most financially sound and well managed buildings in Fort Lauderdale. There is a reason that this building has stood the test of time, and is now seeing rising values.  This stunning Residence 7E is listed at $525,000 and I am pleased to show it to interested parties, contact me for more information.

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