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Key West Steamplant: Luxury ocean view residences in historic old town Key West

The newly constructed Key West Steamplant on the edge of the historic harbor has set a new standard of opulent convenient lifestyle, says a spokesperson for the developer. The secure and private sanctuary commands breathtaking panoramic views of the entire city, the Gulf of Mexico to the north and the Atlantic Ocean to the south.

The unique architecture of the Key West Steamplant calls for a new approach to designing a special island lifestyle. No expense has been spared to create residences of extraordinary style, grace and elegance. No detail was overlooked in the commodious kitchens, walk-in closets and wet bars with wine coolers, and state-of-the-art finishes and fixtures.

“The size of the structure itself provided a blank canvas for amenities found nowhere else in Key West or the Florida Keys”, says architect/resident of the Key West Steamplant, Michael Ingram. “In few world-class destinations will you find residences featuring individual private elevators from the secured drive-in parking below direct to your living area or to your very own roof- top deck and pool. Private roof-top terraces, spacious common areas and meeting space self contain all your entertaining needs.”

“Because the Key West Steamplant offers a rarity of large living areas, ranging from 3,000 to 5,300 square feet, our residents can enjoy relaxing in the privacy of their homes and roof- top pool entertainment areas,” says developer Ed Swift. “At the same time they appreciate the convenience of being just a short walk or bicycle ride to world-class dining, galleries, theaters, museums and cultural activities for which Key West has become famous. Of course, a dock for your yacht, up to 120 feet, is available just across the street.” The Key West Steamplant, is now being offered at a price reduction of up to $1 million. Only 12 units remain.

Investors across the world are recognizing this remarkable chance to own in Key West, “the market that historically rebounds first,” according to Forbes magazine, which ranked Key West, Florida, second out of all U.S. cities to do so. Recently, the Wall Street Journal proclaimed, “The luxury market is making a comeback” and The Miami Herald said, “the super luxury condo market is taking off”.

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