Pre-Construction Townhomes in Hollywood ...
Grant Street Townhomes in Hollywood ...These 2-story townhouses are nestled into a unique enclave of only 4 homes , set amid Hollywood's vibrant atmosphere, and trendy lifestyle.
Grant Street's 3 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath townhomes include a 1-car garage, 2-car driveway and extensive living, dining, and breakfast areas including stainless steel appliances, totaling 1,918 square foot under roof area. The Second floor holds three bedrooms, plus a study loft. The spacious master suite includes a balcony, his & her sinks, roman marble Jacuzzi, and large walk-in closet.
Grant Street Townhomes' site is in Hollywood's premium location, only 1 mile from the Young Circle Park which is located in the heart of historic Downtown Hollywood , just 1.5 miles from the Hollywood Circle which has been revitalized adding new shops, galleries, and clubs to the quaint hot spot. Live music plays along Hollywood Boulevard as residents and travelers can sample a variety of cuisines at sidewalk cafes.
Grant Street Townhomes are also just minutes away from Hollywood Beach which has been a long past affordable hidden jewel for European vacationers; however, with the sprawl of new oceanfront condominium construction and the ultra "chic" Westin Diplomat Resort & Spa ...the secret is out. Hollywood beach offers one of the most spectacular non-commercialized boardwalks in the US today. Stroll down the 1 mile boardwalk along the beautiful sands of Hollywood Beach on bike or rollerblades. Plus, the boardwalk is lined with international restaurants bars, & eateries.
To coincide with Hollywood 's redevelopment, including the partnership with Broward County to build a state-of-the-art Cultural and Arts facility and retail refurbishment; now is the perfect time to secure a home at preconstruction prices.
You won't want to miss this opportunity for luxury living at PRECONSTRUCTION PRICES!
Prices starting at $429,000
Ground Break scheduled for Summer of 2006
Closing scheduled for End of 2006
The Area of Hollywood (Just miles from Ft. Lauderdale, Las Olas, Hallendale, Aventura, Sunny Isles and about 20 miles from Miami Beach and South Beach):
From humble beginnings as an undeveloped tract of pine forests and palmetto plants mixed with tomato farms and marshland, the " Dream City" of founder Joseph Wesley Young has successfully evolved into the modern city of Hollywood. This coastal paradise of more than 125,000 residents is nestled between Fort Lauderdale and Miami on Florida 's east coast. Downtown Hollywood sets the scene with its quaint brick-lined sidewalks and unique bistros, cafes and art galleries. Young built Hollywood Boulevard, a wide street lined with Royal Palm trees and ornamental lights, and the Hollywood Boardwalk, a unique cement promenade patterned after Atlantic City's famous boardwalk. At Hollywood's 50th anniversary celebration in 1975, the city adopted its nickname of "Diamond of the Gold Coast". In recent years, the city has continued to add luster to its reputation through expansion, diversity and city planning. Popular local entertainment includes the Seminole Indian Reservation, the Big Cypress Preserve, and Chief Billy's Swamp Safari which offers guided hiking, jeep trips, airboat rides and wildlife shows. Real estate in Hollywood is designed with Spanish and Moorish architecture to complement the sultry Mediterranean climate. Single-family homes and office buildings feature arches, domes, balconies, red tile roofs, pastel-hued stucco walls and tiled floors. According to Money Magazine, the City of Hollywood's racial diversity, cultural variety and blend of old and new is symbolic of the direction the entire country is taking. This Diamond on the Gold Coast is truly a "City of the Future".