La Tour Condos for Sale
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|Prices: Starting at $500K|
|Year Built: 1995|
|No. of Stories: 25 | No. of Units: 67|
|Bedroom Mix: 2 - 3 bedrooms|
|Unit Sizes: From 1,250 to 1,980 Sq Ft|
|Developer: Gimel Properties & AV Partners|
|Architect: Fullerton Diaz Revuelta|
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La Tour is an oceanfront property located on Millionaires Row in Miami Beach. Comprised of 67 one, two, and three bedroom residences across 26 stories with no more than three homes per floor. The condos range from 1,250 to 1,980 square feet and have 9-foot ceilings. Building amenities for La Tour Condos include a tennis court, secure entry, conference room, and landscaping grounds. Residents enjoy an oceanfront sundeck with a private swimming pool, direct access to the beach, and tennis courts. Porte cochere, high speed elevators, and individual storage lockers are additional building amenities.
La Tour is ideally and centrally located within close driving distance to South Beach, Lincoln Road, Bal Harbour Shops, and FTX Arena. Additionally, the La Gorce Palace puts residents in the midst of the Miami Beach lifestyle; restaurants, cafes, shopping, and MiMo (Miami Modern) architecture from the 1950's.