Designed to appeal to new buyers with open-concept floor plans and amenities connecting the indoors to the spectacular surroundings, Grandview truly promotes a user-friendly lifestyle. The new luxury high-rise is set to soon join Waterside at Bay Beach, with the inclusion of nearly 60 private residences.
With design schemes complimentary of the waterfront locale, the open living space of Grandview effortlessly opens up to the natural surroundings. A curving staircase takes residents to the second-floor amenities level dubbed “The El”.
Here residents are inspired by an outdoor bar and lanai, abundant gathering space, fire pits and grills, plus a catering kitchen. The harmonious shared space extends to a clubroom, yoga studio and fitness center, as well as two guest suites.
In addition, residents of Grandview are also treated to easy beach access and the many added amenities of a Waterside lifestyle, from the tennis courts and fishing pier to jogging paths and a swimming pool. In addition, the property is also close to area marinas.
Ranging from around 2,400 to 2,900 square feet in size, the private homes of Grandview offer up between three- to four-bedrooms, some dens and the luxury of private elevator access. As well, the homes are additionally accented by glass-railed sunrise terraces and screened-in sunset terraces.
A smaller collection of penthouse units allows for high ceilings and private, two-car garages. All residences, meanwhile, provide for a temperature-controlled storage room and a pet-friendly environment.
Grandview is also a short distance from popular Lovers Key State Park, plus close to other area beaches, dining, shopping and nightlife. Right on the tip of South Fort Myers Beach, the 11-story high-rise will overlook Estero Bay and the Gulf, and is on track to be the final luxury high-rise constructed within Waterside, as well as the first tower constructed in Fort Myers Beach in about a decade.