Posted by Mark Washburn on Friday, August 5, 2016 at 3:36:21 PM By Mark Washburn / August 5, 2016 Comment
The elegant condominium homes of Allure are certainly redefining the Fort Myers waterfront with the promise of luxurious features and spectacular views. When completed, the stunning dual towers will offer 32-stories of one-, two- and three-bedroom homes, all priced starting in the mid $300,000s. Expected to be finished in 2019, the luxury development will eventually include nearly 300 condominiums on the banks of the historic River District. Surrounded by the area’s endless supply of trendy restaurants, interesting boutiques, nightlife and cafes, the location will put residents within an easy walk of plenty of options in the area. The uniquely designed residences will also offer their own luxuries and upscale features, such as open floor plans and designer kitchens complete with porcelain flooring, quartz countertops and double ovens. The floor-to-ceiling windows displayed in the model unit are also already generating high interest for the sweeping river views. Upscale building features will include assigned garage parking, separate spa facilities, an infinity-edge pool with water views and rooftop gardens. Other luxurious features planned include the private screening room and riverfront promenade. Residents will also enjoy the social rooms, providing space for entertaining friends and meeting new neighbors. Allure is not the only new development proposed for the area, as other developers also have their eye on constructing luxury condos in the area. Some see the vision as a flashback to several years ago when new residential towers were planned for the riverfront but never finished due to the recession. Fast-forward several years and that vision appears to be on the path to reality once again. Recently the city also announced a new Marriott hotel planned for the historic downtown area as well, continuing the trend of enticing new residents and visitors to the area in the near future. As for Allure, construction is slated to begin on the towers in 2017.
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