Posted by Mark Washburn on Friday, September 7, 2018 at 9:19:13 AM By Mark Washburn / September 7, 2018 Comment
Waterfront luxury is on the rise in Fort Myers, where a new residential high-rise will soon grace the area. The 22-story towers of Prima Luce are going up in Downtown Fort Myers, marking the first such building of its kind in years. Earmarked for more than 200 condo units when finished, options start at 800 square foot studios, ranging up to a more than 2,100 square foot penthouse unit. While the floor plans will vary in size, each unit within Prima Luce is said to have the luxury of water views, taking in the fantastic scenery of the expansive Caloosahatchee River from the private balconies, large windows and sliding glass doors. Other delightful extras include the granite countertops, high ceilings and energy-efficient design features. Priced starting in the $200,000s for one of the smaller units, some of the largest units of Prima Luce command prices topping $1 million. The building also boasts more than 300 feet of river frontage, two piers and a three-tiered swimming pool. As well, plans additionally call for a yoga studio, fitness center and library, along with a social room and a virtual concierge. In addition, the property also features multi-levels of controlled garage parking and a pet-friendly atmosphere. It’s the setting of Prima Luce, though, that really puts the new property over the top. Found right on First Street and the banks of the Caloosahatchee River, the location delivers the luxury of direct Gulf access. As well, the property thoughtfully puts its residents within easy access of the vibrant downtown district, just a short distance from restaurants, shops, festivals and the arts. To top it off, Prima Luce sits within a short drive of the fantastic beaches of Fort Myers and nearby Sanibel. The first residents are set to move in to the towers in 2020.
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