Last month, FEM South Beach Urban Renewal, LLC officially announced the topping off of South Beach at Long Branch. The luxury condo building, which is currently rising along the Long Branch, New Jersey waterfront, will feature 47 residences when complete. Initial occupancy is estimated to be ready in fall of 2019.
Though South Beach is only now reaching its highest point in construction, pre-construction sales have been underway for some time. And according to a statement, only six homes remain in the South Tower.
The luxury condominium features custom-made floor-to-ceiling glass that provides panoramic ocean views. According to the released statement, the glass is also made to withstand winds up to 120 miles per hour. Other home amenities include outdoor terraces, Snaidero kitchens, and porcelain floors. Building amenities are set to offer a saltwater infinity-edge pool, private dining club, and direct access to the beach with cabanas.
“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, at the topping off celebration. “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.”
FEM Real Estate designed the collection of two-to-four-bedroom residences. Currently priced from $1.5 million, each residence is accessed by semi-private elevators.