Luxury Listings, Part 4

Note: This is the fourth in a series of nine luxury residential properties featured in the April issue of Lifestyle

Address: 612 Bayshore Drive, PH 10 & 11, Fort Lauderdale 

By the numbers: 5,940 square feet under air; 4,800 square feet of balcony space; 5 bedrooms, 5 full baths, 1 half bath 

Highlights: Perched in the heart of North Beach Village, this two-story penthouse is the crown jewel at The Wave on Bayshore, the recently built luxury condominium with only 17 units amid 11 floors. An open-floor plan, combined with dramatic window treatments gives homeowners 360-degree views of the Intracoastal, the beach, downtown Fort Lauderdale and much more. 

The price: $6.5 million 

Broker: Susan Rindley, global estate agent, One Sotheby’s International Realty (954.294.5686; [email protected]

Expert insights: “COVID-19 and weather are the major factors right now,” Rindley says. “We’re seeing a ton of people from the Northeast and other areas that remain shut down because of the pandemic. People want to be in a place where they can hop on their boat, enjoy the sunshine and fresh air, and [go to] restaurants and shops.” 

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