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Serving South Florida

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For over 30 years
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FORTE’ On Flagler

FORTE’ On Flagler is a upcoming new construction luxury waterfront condominium in West Palm Beach, FL   FORTE’ On Flagler will offer  a collection of 41 residences enjoying sweeping views of  Worth Avenue, the Intracoastal Waterway and Atlantic Ocean.    Developed by Two Roads Real Estate Group and Alpha Blue Ventures and designed by Bernardo Fort-Brescia of Miami’s Arquitectonica firm, the tower is designed to resemble bows of two sea-bound ships.

The development is scheduled for completion in 2021. Sales for available units range in price from $3,800,000 to $7,500,000. Sizes range from 4,200 to 8,400 square feet.  The units feature continuous walls of glass and over 10′ ceiling heights that frame sweeping, unobstructed city and ocean views from every residence. Deep wraparound balconies provide over 1,000 square feet of outdoor living space for entertaining. The development also will have a two-story penthouse, “the first in West Palm Beach to offer a private rooftop infinity pool,” the developers said. There will also be two guest suites available to residents to reserve for visitors.

A limited offering of just one or two waterfront condominium residences per floor invites exceptional levels of customization that speak to timeless elegance and quiet luxury.  Plans call for private elevators, the option to combine units to buy an entire floor, a sculpture garden, designer landscaped pool, his and her spas, a theater, fitness center, library, wine storage, two dedicated house cars for resident use.

As one of the bigger and more populous cities in Palm Beach County, West Palm Beach offers a variety of residential real estate choices for almost any preference and budget.

Potential homeowners may select from all sorts of condominiums, town homes and villas, or single-family homes from the different communities in the city. There’s also a wide range of architectural styles available, whether you’re looking for a contemporary, tropical, or more traditionally-styled structure (the latter, especially in the historic districts).