Leisure Beach is not just a clever name for a luxury condo in Fort Lauderdale, it’s a way of life in this neighborhood. Just steps from the city’s iconic Las Olas shopping and dining district, Leisure Beach brings a touch of iconic and vintage South Florida luxury. Located right between the Intercostal Waterway and the Atlantic Ocean allows you to take advantage of amazing views of both, as well as have easy access within walking distance. Originally built in 1962, this luxury condo offers 162 units embodying the natural style and elegance of classic Fort Lauderdale luxury..
There is plenty of public parking as well as assigned covered and garage parking for all full time residents at Leisure Beach. The building has been well maintained for decades and the HOA takes grade care to upgrade community amenities and gathering spaces. Additionally, the low maintenance fees, compared to other luxury condos in Fort Lauderdale, still provide a high standard of conditions around the building.
Building Management is available on site and offers no HOA restrictions when renting your property for additional income or vacations. The pool offers a large sundeck for laying out, barbecuing, or gathering with friends and neighbors.
Living at Leisure Beach, you’ll truly be in the center of the action in Fort Lauderdale. Just a block from The Drunken Taco, Rock Bar, and Blondie’s Sports Bar, Leisure Beach has countless options for restaurants, entertainment, and nightlife. The Las Olas Marina, as well as Bahia Mar, are both just blocks from the premises, perfect for docking your boat or yacht, as well as mingling with friends and neighbors at the yacht club. Also just a block from Las Olas Boulevard, you’ll have easy access to the western part of Fort Lauderdale, the Las Olas strip and central business district, as well as I-95 and other major South Florida thoroughfares. Leisure Beach is also a great place to catch a water taxi if you are tired of waiting in the congestion of Fort Lauderdale traffic. You’ll also be just a few blocks from the INternational Swimming Hall of Fame and some of the best cultural attractions and museums in all of South Florida.