610 Clematis st, Suite 638 610 Clematis Building (West Palm Beach, Florida, US - 33401) Built

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Keller Williams of the Palm Beaches

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  • One of the best floor plan
  • Type: Condominium
  • Style: Apartment
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Garage: "assign parking under the building secure"
  • Size: 1,140 sq. ft.
  • Development Level: Built
  • Year Built: 2006
  • Taxes: $4,812.04 USD (2020)
  • Condo Fees: $785.00 USD
  • MLS #: rx-10747705


Views of the City Place, Downtown, Clear Lake, Intra-coastal waterway, and Palm Beach are awaiting you from this 2/2, corner unit with volume ceilings, quality finishes, and attention to detail. Residents and their guests enjoy 24 hours services of professional Lobby and Security staff including key-controlled access and closed-circuit cameras. Amenities include an on-site ATM, a fully equipped Fitness Center complete with cardio equipment, free weights, a dry Sauna, and Steam Room. The unique design of the 3,400 sq/foot interior Recreation Deck provides lushly landscaped courtyards,2 equipped BBQ areas, water fountains, and Zen Garden
The large Infinity Salt Water heated Pool accommodates lap swimming or just relaxing with friends. This resort-style residence is the cornerstone of this vibrant, friendly downtown neighborhood.,, Clematis Street has been the commercial district for Palm Beach County since the 1890s. Today it is known as the "Main Street" and entertainment center of West Palm Beach. The street is viewed by locals as the city's living room — a place where people come to shop, dine, do business, relax, and have fun. The eclectic and authentic architecture along Clematis has evolved over the last century, spanning nearly every significant era and style from 1890 to 2009.
Shops and restaurants line the ground floor of historic buildings for the length of the street, providing abundant dining and entertainment options. Businesses range from 100-year-old retailers and modern dance clubs to health food emporiums. Annual events, concerts, and festivals draw crowds of locals and visitors to Clematis Street.
Increasingly, startup businesses, small tech companies, creative office industry offices, and artists are occupying spaces above shops and restaurants, further energizing and activating the street, often at off hours, reflecting residents' non-traditional work schedules.


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