Boutique Adagio condo project in Fort Lauderdale Beach launches

Units at Adagio will range from about $1.75M to $4.7M for penthouse units

Jun.June 17, 2016 09:45 AM

A new boutique condo building is coming to Fort Lauderdale’s North Beach Village. 

Adagio Fort Lauderdale Beach, a 31-unit luxury project on the Intracoastal Waterway, has launched sales and opened its on-site sales gallery.

The Venezuelan developer behind Adagio on the Bay is also building this project, sales agent Brogan Farrell told The Real Deal. Adagio on the Bay, an 11-unit project nearby was completed last April by Grupo Alco, led by Gustavo, Leonardo and Luis Coll.

Adagio Fort Lauderdale Beach, at 435 Bayshore Drive, is being marketed to empty nesters, Las Olas residents and those looking for second homes, Farrell said. North Beach Village is undergoing its own redevelopment phase. Across the street is the Gale Hotel and Residences Fort Lauderdale Beach, which is being developed by Newgard Development Group, Dev Motwani and Menin Hospitality. It’s also near the Bahia Mar redevelopment project.

Units at Adagio will range from about $1.75 million to $4.7 million for penthouse units, of which there are three. They’ll be furniture ready, and feature Interiors by Steven G., summer kitchens, Gaggenau appliances and European cabinets.

Amenities at Adagio include a gym, yoga studio, media room, a sunset pool at the Intracoastal level and a rooftop pool overlooking downtown Fort Lauderdale. The project will also have a six-slip private marina.

Records show Costa Bahia LLC paid about $13.5 million for the nearly 34,000-square-foot lot in August.

“We’re a grocery store away from being a walkable community,” Farrell said.

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