FEM South Beach Urban Renewal, LLC announced the topping off of South Beach at Long Branch, a new eight-story luxury condominium rising along the Long Branch oceanfront.
A crowd of dignitaries led by development principals, municipal officials and approximately 125 tradespeople gathered recently at the building to mark the occasion, which moves South Beach one significant step closer to redefining beachfront living. When completed, South Beach will deliver 47 upscale condominium residences and a full suite of resort-style amenities and services to the Long Branch oceanfront.
“Today we recognize the collective efforts of our construction and design teams and skilled tradespeople who are playing a critical role in creating a pioneering and design-driven oceanfront destination,” said Mimi Feliciano, CEO and owner of FEM Real Estate, which brings 40 years of experience developing, owning and managing residential and commercial real estate across the country. “That certainly includes David Ulassin and Frank Marra of Cornerstone Construction. Thanks to their determination and commitment to excellence, we’re moving closer to realizing our vision for this iconic building that combines an ultra-modern design never before seen in this marketplace with extraordinary amenities and an incomparable beachfront setting.”
While South Beach is just reaching its highest point in construction, pre-construction sales are well underway at the new boutique offering, with only six remaining homes in the South Tower. Initial occupancy is scheduled for Fall 2019.
FEM Real Estate designed a collection of two-to-four-bedroom residences ranging from 1,608 to 3,382 square feet of living space for South Beach. Currently priced from $1.5 million, each residence is accessed by semi-private elevators and is distinguished by exquisite details and luxurious appointments.
Taking full advantage of its oceanfront setting, South Beach features custom-made floor-to-ceiling glass that provides panoramic ocean views while withstanding winds up to 120 miles per hour. Hurricane Sandy came ashore near Brigantine on October 29th, 2012 with an estimated wind speed near 80 miles per hour. Outdoor terraces enhance the beachfront lifestyle, while interior spaces offer modern elegance and sophistication. Expansive Snaidero kitchens feature custom cabinetry from Italy, premium appliances and top-of-the line fixtures. Oversized 8-foot-wide lift and slide doors create a sense of grandeur, while imported porcelain floors designed to have the New Jersey Shore feel of wood lend a modern, elegant ambience throughout.
South Beach at Long Branch’s luxury lifestyle extends beyond the private living spaces, with a full suite of transcendent amenities and services that foster an extraordinary live-work-play oceanfront atmosphere. These include in-house concierge, a saltwater infinity-edge pool, private dining club, hotel-style guest suites with kitchenettes, business conference center, grand great room, 24/7 gym and direct access to the beach with cabanas.
For those who want to venture out, South Beach is quietly nestled just a few blocks south of Pier Village, the vibrant dining and shopping oceanfront destination. Situated just 7.4 miles from Exit 105 of the Garden State Parkway, South Beach is also easily accessible by car, rail, or ferry. The building is approximately one-half mile from NJ TRANSIT’s Long Branch station and just eight miles from the Seastreak Ferry, for easy commutes to Manhattan.
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