The property is located on the Intracoastal north side of the Atlantic Boulevard Bridge in east Jacksonville.
Last night the Ponte Vedra Inn and Club hosted a reception for Waterfall buyers in the Coral Room overlooking Ponte Vedra Beach. There was a sumptuous spread of fresh seafood, salads, and lobster risotto. Conversations and cocktails were had by new friends and neighbors.
Tim Deck, CEO of First Coast Supply, recently hosted a VIP event at their Jacksonville headquarters to showcase their new Thermador and Gaggenau showroom. Both these brands of upscale appliances, owned by the BSH Home Appliances Corporation and supplied by First Coast, are offered as part of the many luxury features to be included with each Waterfall residence.
The luxury real estate horizon looks bright for a few counties in Florida despite a slowing sales forecast for the state overall. Interest from prospective home buyers from America’s Northeast is aimed at both Collier and Sarasota, two of the nation’s fastest-growing luxury housing price markets. These areas, along with interest in Jacksonville and a new projects across the state, are bright spots in a sagging Florida luxury market.
A Jacksonville real estate investor is proposing to develop 24 acres for a 456-unit apartment community called Fiddler’s Reef near the main entrance into Mayport Naval Station.
A new $77 million resort is planned for Jacksonville Beach between 6th Avenue North and 7th Avenue North.
A leading online marketplace for real estate crowdfunding, today announced that $1.2 million has been raised on the platform to help finance the purchase and rehabilitation of a 76-unit multi-family property in Jacksonville, Fla.
A long-anticipated condominium project in South Jacksonville Beach could break ground by the end of the year.
A New Jersey developer has added a third multifamily high-rise to its list of planned waterfront projects with the purchase of industrial property at Atlantic Boulevard and the Intracoastal.