AquaLuna in Fort Lauderdale tops off

Five-story building has four units left out of 16

Jun.June 17, 2015 04:15 PM

AquaLuna, an upcoming condo complex in Fort Lauderdale, has topped off just three months after breaking ground.

Developed by Ocean Land Investments, the five-story project will house 16 units when completed in spring 2016. So far 12 units have been sold, with prices ranging from $1.35 million to $3.75 million. Included the cost of each unit is a boat slip, which can house up to a 36-foot yacht.

The residences range from 2,573 square feet to 5,717 square feet, and all are non-smoking except for balcony spaces.

“The waterfront location with a boat slip included in the purchase of a residence has also been a key selling point for our buyers who want to embrace an active lifestyle,” Ocean Land President Jean Francois Roy said in a statement.

Roy told The Real Deal in March that his firm is working on four condo towers under the “Aqua” moniker, three of which are being developed along the canals fronting East Las Olas Boulevard.

Those include AquaVita, which topped off earlier this year; AquaMar, which will break ground sometime this year; and AquaBlu, which launched sales in March. — Sean Stewart-Muniz

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