Boardwalk sales underway.
The Meridian, a visually breathtaking seven-story, 36-unit luxury condominium, will offer oceanfront living, awe-inspiring views of the Atlantic Ocean, and lavish amenities--all just a 45 minute commute from Manhattan.
"Long Beach, which is known for its pristine beach and expansive boardwalk, is about to morph into a new and trendy locale that will make people think twice about buying in the Hamptons," said Ron Hershco, developer of The Meridian. Located at 260 West Broadway, the building was designed by Mitchell Newman and rises parallel to the boardwalk, allowing residents to wake up with the sun at their windows or experience it from a private terrace. Residents will enter the building through a captivating lobby by visionary designer Andres Escobar, who recently designed the interiors and lobby in the highly acclaimed Gretsch Building condos in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, as well as designed such trendy spots as the Duvet Restaurant and Lounge in Manhattan and the Le Petit Tree House restaurant in Montreal.
"The Meridian has the panache of location, beach, contemporary design and it's so close to New York City. Long Beach is just beginning as a destination--a buyer at The Meridian is going to have a first shot at a community about to "happen" and the luxury of a beachfront home without the cost of a second home," added Hershco. The two-bedroom apartments will range in size from 1,152 to 1,870 s/f, and six duplexes will range in size from 1,614 to 1,782 square s/f. Prices start at approximately $850,000.
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|Publication:||Real Estate Weekly|
|Date:||Nov 23, 2005|
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