30 THIRTY NORTH OCEAN
The new 24-story luxury, tech-savvy, boutique, amenity-filled condominium residences electrify international investors and welcome new residents.
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Dubbed the "Yachting Capital of the World," Fort Lauderdale is an oasis of luxury, world-class living in sunny South Florida. Thanks to its balmy weather, 300 miles of sparking-blue waterways, sugary-sand beaches, and lower tax rates, the exodus to this coastal city is approaching record highs. From the luxury high rises to the trendy shopping, restaurants, and hotels along Las Olas Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale is an epicenter of luxury, And it in the hear of it all is the chic, urban beach lifestyle condominium residences, 30 Thirty North Ocean.
San Francisco 49ers Defensive End, Nick Bosa decided it was time to purchase a first home, somewhere that reminds him of childhood, a place to call home in the NFL off-season. "The balcony, ocean breeze, and pristine views from my new condo at 30 Thirty made me realize this was a great choice on purchasing my first South Florida home. I grew up in Lauderdale Beach and had a lot of good memories as a kid,” says Bosa.
Located in a unique and private residential neighborhood of Fort Lauderdale Beach, with ocean views, private security, large open terraces with summer kitchens, a two-story clubhouse, lush landscaping, and beach club membership, the amenity-rich, 30 Thirty North Ocean is a hit amongst both international and domestic buyers. The 24-unit luxury condominium features private elevators, high-end finishes throughout its six, three-bedroom, three-and-one-half bath floorplans ranging in size from 2,095-2,375 square feet under A/C.
Professional couple, Gary and Symeria Hudson, whose primary residence was Chicago but were living in London, also recently choose to move to 30 Thirty North Ocean with their 20-month-old son. Symeria, Harvard educated, CEO of the non-profit Chapman Partnership, and Gary, Owner of iGet IT Solutions, once owned a vacation property across the street and was always fond of the area's prime location, walking distance from the beach and culinary delights. "We liked the idea of having a home in a smaller development, allowing us is to get to know our neighbors and possibly develop deep friendships. We are happy with the new residents we have met so far and hope to develop good friends post COVID-19," says Symeria Hudson. "What makes it perfect for us are three things -location, size/layout, and luxury lifestyle accommodations. When not working at home, we are commuting to either Miami or Deerfield Beach area. Our home's size and layout work well for us - a duplex with the bedrooms on one floor and everything else on the top floor with a great view of the ocean and the downtown Fort Lauderdale skyline. We have a toddler now, and having an in-unit elevator allows us to move between floors with him. Navigating stairs with a squirming toddler can be adventurous. Every room has a balcony, including the dining room. It's very easy to find a spot to get away to think, work, or relax. It's also a smart home. Great for techies. Having an EV charger in our dedicated car spaces and a dedicated power generator to our unit is impressive. These are things you don't see every day in a condo development."
Situated ten blocks north of the world-renowned Fort Lauderdale Beach strip, and among a neighborhood of $2.5 million-plus homes, 30 Thirty North Ocean is located on the last parcel of its size east of A1A in Lauderdale Beach. With prices starting from $1,195,000, the 30 Thirty features unparalleled amenities like The Club at Harbor Beach Marriott Resort & Spa membership, and the stylish, two-story clubhouse, 30 Thirty offers something for the entire family.
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