When it comes to beachfront living, few luxury condo communities can rival Park Tower in Fort Lauderdale.Surrounded by Hugh Taylor Birch State Park on two sides and the Atlantic Ocean on a third, Park Tower is nestled into a unique location in South Florida that is no longer open for development. Originally built in 1966, this 18 story building is tucked at the southernmost point of luxury condo development before the barrier island is severed by Hugh Taylor Birch State Park. The views from these luxury condos cannot be understated and include fabulous greenscapes that are well managed by the Florida State Parks Department, not to mention the white sand beaches and shimmering blue waters of the Fort Lauderdale shore. Units range from two bedroom, one bathroom units, measuring in at 1,700 square feet, up to two bedroom, two bathroom units, measuring in at 1,700 square feet. These classic luxury condos feature an open floor plan with classic luxury accents and finishings. The outdoor paint job of Park Tower is pretty recognizable from the A1A and embodies the classic South Florida luxury.
All units at Park Tower come with washer and dryer hookups inside each unit, as well as central air conditioning. All full time residents at Park Tower may also enjoy assigned and secure parking for their vehicles and their guests. Many of the units at Park Tower have been renovated by their owners to include modern appliances and design finishings, and the common areas are all well-maintained by building management.
All residents may enjoy the peace of mind of 24 hour security, as well as a staffed doorman to register all guests and handle packages. Work out in the fitness center which features spectacular views. The conference room is large enough for hosting any size business meeting and is wired for the latest audio visual and teleconferencing.
The location of Park Tower is truly unique, as it is nestled almost inside of Hugh Taylor Birch State Park. Because of this, all existing development in the area, such as Park Tower and the neighboring Beachcomber, also an iconic Fort Lauderdale luxury hotel just next door, is very limited. The neighborhood is extremely quiet , but is still just less than a mile from some of Fort Lauderdale’s hottest neighborhoods for restaurants, bars, lounges, and entertainment venues.