Luxury High-Rise Condominiums in Fort Myers
Allure’s prime location on the banks of the Caloosahatchee River, in the historic Fort Myers River District, puts residents right in the middle of all that is charming about the Gulf Coast’s treasured downtown of Fort Myers. An array of shops and boutiques, popular restaurants, theaters, galleries and nightspots are just a short walk or trolley ride away.
Allure will include two 32-story towers featuring 292 for-sale condominium residences with sweeping views of the river. A variety of thoughtfully-designed floor plans Pre-construction Prices “Average” $320 per square foot for Waterfront Living on the Gulf Coast That offer one, two and three bedrooms.
Designed as a beautiful, urban enclave on the banks of the Caloosahatchee River in the charming Historic Downtown Fort Myers River District.
Waterfront living with you in mind
With its charming, tropical feel; its unique, urban vibe; its endless art, culture and entertainment options; its rich history; and a prime, riverfront location, it is no wonder the Historic Downtown Fort Myers River District is one of Southwest Florida’s best kept secrets.
Amenities without limit
- Chef-Inspired Kitchens: Natural gas ranges, European frameless cabinetry with under-cabinet lighting, quartz waterfall-style islands, stainless-steel appliances, and ceramic glass backsplashes.
- Tranquil bathrooms: Seamless glass walk-in showers (some with double shower heads), quartz countertops, European-style cabinetry, separate vanities with clear glass vessel sinks and decorator fixtures in master baths, full-size vanity mirror with designer lighting, floors and wet walls feature designer porcelain tile in master baths.
- Expansive private balconies
- Energy-efficient, impact-resistant windows and sliding doors
- Den or optional grand owner’s suite with sitting area in select residences
- Spacious walk-in wardrobes
- Smart technology features
- Private entrance elevators
- Private screening room with theater-style seating
- Two-story fitness room
- Bocce Ball on the rooftop
- Pickleball by the pool
- Heated cascading infinity-edge pool overlooking the water
- “Allure Your Senses” Rooftop Garden
- Glass-Walled grand lobby, great room with fireplace, and billiards room
- Riverwalk path
- Docks, boat slips and gangways for drop off and pick up
- Concierge services with convenient mail and receiving desk
- High-speed internet and Wi-Fi in all public areas
- Assigned covered garage parking with 24-hour controlled access
Riverfront access and convenience
The Historic Downtown Fort Myers River District is a Hidden Gem on the Waterfront That Creatively Melds its Rich History with its Unique and Delightful Present to Deliver an Unrivaled Urban Destination
On Florida’s Gulf Coast, most people are familiar with the pristine beaches, PGA Championship golf courses, and the elegant, upscale shopping and dining in Naples; and the beautiful barrier island of Sanibel, known for its abundance of shells and great fishing; but now, Florida’s West Coast has another treasure to be proud of — the recently-revitalized, charming waterfront area of Historic Downtown Fort Myers. The culture and history-rich core of Downtown Fort Myers is the River District which combines walkable, waterfront neighborhoods with commercial and residential.
Long known for its rich history, most notably the winter residences of Thomas Edison and Henry Ford, the sub-tropical area has taken on a new, exciting identity that beautifully blends the old and the new to create an area unmatched by any other on South Florida’s West Coast.
The City of Fort Myers just celebrated its 130th incorporation anniversary, but as recently as the 1970’s and 1980’s, its downtown was vacant and neglected. Now, thanks to a redevelopment plan launched in 2003 by the Community Redevelopment Agency, it has been reinvigorated resulting in a vibrant, thriving urban core. The plan, which is now an ever-evolving reality, was created by internationally-acclaimed town planner and architect Andres Duany. The goal was to develop a walkable downtown where residents could live, work, shop, dine, socialize, and be entertained.
Over the past 10 years, the area has been steadily attracting a versatile array of new businesses including many dining, shopping, and arts and culture venues. With over 65 new businesses including cafes, bars and restaurants, and unique shops and boutiques, as well as galleries and theaters, the quaint downtown has become an extremely popular destination for locals and visitors alike.
The pedestrian and pet-friendly River District offers the best in arts and culture including the award-winning, nationally-acclaimed Florida Repertory Theater called “one of America’s Top Repertory Companies” by The Wall Street Journal. “The Florida Repertory offers a variety of musical, comedic and dramatic productions each season for all tastes,” says Renee Pesci, Florida Repertory development director. One of the historic, architectural treasures of downtown is the Sidney & Berne Davis Art Center, hosting exhibitions, performances and educational events.
Adding to the Historic Downtown’s remarkable charm are the streets, which are lined with original bricks from the 1920’s, and historic homes such as the Burroughs Home & Gardens and the Lanford Kingston Home. The Edison and Ford Winter Estates is one of the most visited historic home sites in America. Referred to as “Uncommon Friends” by Author Jim Newton, Edison and Ford, together with Harvey Firestone, were fathers of the American Industrial 20th century and were instrumental in the development and evolution of the area.
Also part of the CRA redevelopment plan, is the creation of a new, unique identity for an older but steadily-evolving area called Gardner’s Park. Located just east of the Downtown River District, the area has become popular among locals for its unique variety of shops, restaurants and antiques, including the lovely Wisteria Tea Room and the beautiful Butterfly Estates. The exciting plan will preserve the neighborhood’s history while creating a mixed-use urban arts district with community gardens and walkable, tree-lined streets. Gardner’s Park is expected to draw new galleries, arts-related businesses, and artists. The area is already home to UNIT A, a gallery space showcasing the works of internationally-renowned painter Marcus Jansen. With over 7,000 square feet of show space, it is the largest private art space of its kind in Southwest Florida.
In addition to the plentiful entertainment options in Historic Downtown Fort Myers, the CRA also funds regular concerts and special events including Art Walk, Music Walk, Bike Night, Pet Walk, Mystery Walk, a farmers’ market, car shows, and a New Year’s Eve extravaganza that have become extremely well-attended. Recently, an international outdoor sculpture exhibit titled “Allure Your Senses,” by world-renowned artist Edgardo Carmona was brought to the downtown from Paris.
There are several annual events that residents and visitors look forward to each year including ArtFest, one of the area’s top art events featuring exceptional works by over 200 artists. The event is held the first weekend in February on the waterfront and, as a juried art festival, only the top artists are selected to participate. Later each year in November, the Fort Myers Boat Show, widely considered the premier boat show on the West Coast of Florida, comes to the city marina. The combination of historic landmarks and architecture, preserved for coming generations to appreciate and enjoy, with new luxury condominiums, new businesses and the plentiful options for shopping, dining, and entertainment in Historic Downtown Fort Myers, has resulted in the perfect live, work, play urban environment, attracting many new residents.
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