South Beach at Long Branch
South Beach at Long Branch offers chic luxury living
By Elana Knopp Staff Writer
South Beach at Long Branch, the much-anticipated $40 million luxury condominium project, broke ground this past summer and is expected to be the place to live in the vibrant and flourishing beach city.
Deborah James, Sales Director for FEM South Beach Urban Renewal, LLC, told JerseyShoreVibe that two eight-story tiered towers of 47 residences will rise side-by-side on approximately 1.7 acres between Ocean Ave. and Ocean Blvd., at the intersection of North Bath Ave.
The South Tower will feature 14 units total, with two residences per floor and two uniquely designed 7th floor duplex penthouses leading up to the 8th floor with a sprawling outdoor roof terrace space of approximately 1,000 sq. ft. for each penthouse.
The North Tower will feature 33 residences with premium direct oceanfront units featured in the front of the tiered tower leading up to the exquisitely designed penthouse of over 3,300 sq. ft. on the 8th floor. All 47 units will have ocean views. South Beach will be private to residents and no commercial spaces will be offered.
Units will range in size from approximately 1,380 to over 3,300 sq. ft. and offering 2-4 bedrooms with den options. According to James, luxurious ultra-modern units will feature floor to ceiling glass walls, many with panoramic ocean views from sunrise to sunset. Modern interiors will be filled with light and rich details including wood flooring, designer cabinetry and stone counter tops.
Large private outdoor living areas including patios, balconies and terraces with gas fireplaces ranging in size from 141 to 3,300 sq. ft. have been incorporated in the plans.
Amenities planned will include concierge, private and semi-private elevators, four guest suites, a business conference center, a state-of-the-art fitness room, private dining, a salt water infinity pool and below grade parking for two to three cars per unit.
According to James, two highly- designed towers with a sleek exterior of steel, concrete and glass will be constructed, and that the architectural design was inspired by the chic enclave of South Beach in Miami.
“We are drawing inspiration from the modern, edgy, chic look of ultra-luxurious hotels and resorts from all over the world,” James said. “South Beach at Long Branch was inspired by the chic and architecturally enchanting South Beach, Miami. The design was the developers’ vision of creating a chic new ultra-luxury lifestyle in a redevelopment area in the Long Branch resort community.”
South Beach is slated to be completed in approximately 24 months, and James said that there has been a great amount of interest from a wide variety of prospective owners interested in making South Beach their summer home.
For more information visit southbeachatlongbranch.com