One-of-a-kind luxury condominium tower overlooking Bayshore Boulevard records $80 million in sales
With foundation work well underway, the Altura Bayshore luxury condominium tower is celebrating the beginning of vertical construction, with 60 percent of the tower already sold. This represents more than $80 million worth of luxury condominium sales overlooking Bayshore Boulevard.
Construction crews are busy at the construction site and have finished a phase-one parking structure that will include an expansive owner-only rooftop amenity deck. Crews are now significantly underway on the main condo tower, drilling foundation pillars, connecting utility lines and beginning vertical construction. With strong interest in the tower, several floors have only a few residences left, and with construction well underway, an on-site sales gallery has relocated to make room for foundation work.
“We are thrilled to be underway with vertical construction of this special tower,” said Anthony Solomon, owner of The Ronto Group. “Our future homeowners will have wonderful sunrise and sunset views and the newest and the best amenities in Tampa Bay – all just steps from Bayshore boulevard and dozens of great restaurants, shops and cafes.”
Tampa Mayor Jane Castor and other dignitaries joined with Solomon on April 6 for a groundbreaking ceremony on site, along with other representatives of The Ronto Group, general contractor Connor & Gaskins, architect Curts Gaines Hall Jones, interior designer Beasley & Henley, as well as other teammates helping bring the Altura Bayshore tower to life.
Altura Bayshore will be a dramatic, new 23-story tower overlooking Tampa’s Bayshore Boulevard, with residences ranging from $1.7 million to $3.6 million for the various homes spanning 2,176 to 3,575 square feet – each one reached via a private elevator foyer.
At Altura Bayshore, the first three levels of the tower boast a private lobby, reception area, and welcome concierge desk. A separate access-controlled, resident-only parking garage provides privacy and security, as well as electric vehicle charging options. The condominium owners will have a 4th level owner-only amenity deck that includes a dog park, pickleball courts, bocce courts, outdoor pavilion, bar and other popular features such as guest suites and fitness room for the exclusive use of condominium owners.
Altura Bayshore, in particular, offers “thru” floorplans that include window and balcony views on both sides of the building – if not three sides – so residents can see the sun rise over South Tampa in the east and the sunset over South Tampa to the West.
Altura Bayshore is the sole tower along Bayshore Boulevard with a one-of-a-kind rooftop experience, complete with a pool with lap lane, rows of cabanas and lounges, outdoor bar, and a Clubroom with fireplace, bar, large seating areas and a sunset terrace on the west side of the roof. The wrap-around rooftop layout means residents will have views of Hillsborough Bay and Bayshore Boulevard to the east, western sunset views, northern views of Downtown Tampa, and views to the south.
With groundbreaking underway, a new sales gallery sales gallery at 3106 W. Bay to Bay is under construction that will open this summer and feature a full-scale model of the tower, full bathroom and example kitchens, all staffed with agents from the exclusive real estate broker Smith & Associates Real Estate.
Altura Bayshore’s sales progress reflects the especially strong real estate market, with particular demand among buyers for high-quality, luxury properties along Florida’s Gulf Coast. For example, The Ronto Group’s Infinity tower in Bonita Springs has logged $180 million in sales. Ronto’s Omega tower at Bonita Bay has sales valued at more than $212 million with only 11 residences remaining. The Ronto Group’s 1111 Central development attracted 12 sales in January alone worth more than $33 million. A future beachfront project in Old Naples will arise, as will Rosewood Residences, located on Lido Key, now taking reservations.
Based in Naples, The Ronto Group has more than 50 years of experience developing award-winning communities in Florida, including numerous luxury condominium towers, master-planned single-family home developments, and townhouse projects. New Ronto projects coming soon are Rosewood Residences Lido Key in Sarasota, South Seas Island Resort, in conjunction with Timbers Resorts, on Captiva Island, and two high-rises at The Colony in Pelican Landing, Bonita Springs. Current Ronto projects include Omega Bonita Bay, Eleven Eleven Central, Naples Square. Recent projects include Seaglass at Bonita Bay, Lindsford Ft. Myers, Orange Blossom Naples, 624 Palm in Sarasota, Paramount at Gulf Harbour, the Shores of Gulf Harbour, TwinEagles, Forest Glen Naples, Key Marco, and Hideaway Beach on Marco Island. For more information, see www.ronto.com, www.AlturaBayshore.com.
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