Posted by Mark Washburn on Wednesday, May 9, 2018 at 11:53:17 AM By Mark Washburn / May 9, 2018 Comment
With the promise of expansive floor plans and high-end extras, Bonita Bay’s final luxury high-rise is already scoring big with buyers. When finished, Omega at Bonita Bay will include nearly 70 private residences, most of them tower residences with a handful of even larger penthouse units. Priced starting upwards of $2 million, the units of Omega are designed for those interested in a maintenance-free lifestyle without giving up the space of a single-family estate home. With just three units per floor, the building allows for more spacious and wider floor plans than you’d typically find in a condominium home. Starting at 4,200 square feet in size, the homes are also complimented by large terraces with outdoor kitchens and convenient storage space. The condos come complete with a den, large en-suites and high ceilings. Tall windows, offering up sweeping views of the Gulf and the bay, additionally highlight the expansive floor plans of Omega at Bonita Bay. The tower homes allow for your choice of three different floor plans, with the main living space, some guest bedrooms and the owner’s suites all opening up to glass-railed terraces. The large condos also allow enough space for a double-island kitchen in most units, along with a dining area and walk-in pantry. Meanwhile, the even larger penthouse units provide for at least 6,300 square feet of living space, topped off by an additional 1,700 square feet of outdoor terrace space. These homes include a three-car garage with five-bedrooms, a den and 5.5-baths. Meanwhile, each tower residence also includes a private garage and private elevator lobby, while all tower residents additionally enjoy the privilege of the rooftop amenity deck. Building amenities extend from a fitness center and extra guest suites to a social room, billiards room, resort-style swimming pool and spa, dining tables, fire pits and cabanas. Here is a resource to learn more about Omega at Bonita Bay real estate offerings.
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