701 N Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd Ph1801, Fort Lauderdale
MLS® # F10369039
Beckett Realty specializes in long-term rentals of luxury Fort Lauderdale condominiums. Let our experienced team help you find the perfect rental in Fort Lauderdale. There are plenty of downtown and waterfront condos to rent on a seasonal or annual basis. Whether you are looking for a downtown luxury condo or waterfront condo-hotel for long-term rental, let our team find you the perfect property.
Read about the condo lifestyle in Fort Lauderdale below the listings.
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When comparing reasons to buy or rent a condo, there are many reasons to choose a long-term rental.
For a start, buying real estate of any kind comes with many extra expenses, like closing fees and down payments. Buying is also complicated, there are extra laws, conditions, negotiations, and taxes to handle for such a big commitment.
Long-term condo rentals, by comparison, are simple. Usually, all you have to take care of is a single, flat monthly fee paid to a single beneficiary. This simplicity could mean that a rental condo could end up costing you less - both in time and money.
Renting a condo in Fort Lauderdale also gives you flexibility and freedom, even if you are renting over a long period of time. This is because, it's much easier to leave the property behind when your life, or your tastes, change.
Despite the advantages of homeownership, and potentially owning a condo as a second home or rental property, long-term renting offers less stress, more freedom, and even a healthier bank account.
There are many reasons to rent a condo in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Stay for a season, a year, or more!
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Fort Lauderdale is home to a host of historic and cultural attractions. Many of these fall along Las Olas Boulevard, in the Riverwalk Arts & Entertainment District:
Another huge attraction is Fort Lauderdale's annual International Boat Show, attracting visitors from around the world to view hundreds of beautiful boats, yachts, and mega yachts.
The original "Fort Lauderdale" was built in 1838 and abandoned in 1842 after the Second Seminole War.
It was just before the dawn of the 20th century when development came back to the area, most notably with the completion of the Florida East Coast Railroad route in 1893. Incorporation followed in 1911.
Today, Fort Lauderdale is a world-famous destination for yachting enthusiasts and a gateway to the Bahamas. Now, around 1.8 million people inhabit the greater metropolitan area surrounding Fort Lauderdale.
Once a premier destination for college students on Spring Break, Fort Lauderdale has, since the 1980s, become a center for marine-based recreation for the wealthier set. Yachting conventions, trips to the Bahamas, and luxury resorts are now the prime attraction for visitors to Fort Lauderdale.
Since 2002, downtown Fort Lauderdale has undergone intense revitalization, now boasting world-class shopping, commercial, and high-rise residential opportunities.
Las Olas River House, 350 Las Olas Place, Nu River Landing, and The Watergarden are just a few of the stunning condo buildings to experience in this area.
Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, just south of Fort Lauderdale past Edgewood, is a growing base for many carriers and is accessible from downtown Fort Lauderdale by car in around 15 minutes.
The center of Miami is approximately 30 miles south of Fort Lauderdale.
Travelling from Miami to Fort Lauderdale takes approximately 50 minutes if you're driving. A light rail line will take you from West-Downtown Fort Lauderdale to downtown Miami in approximately 45 minutes.
Fort Lauderdale is known for its scenic canals, Las Olas Boulevard's art scene, the historic riverfront area, yachts, beautiful beaches, luxurious mansions, and stylish condos.
Fort Lauderdale has some of the most beautiful beaches in Florida, including Fort Lauderdale Beach, Sebastian Street Beach, and Las Olas Beach.
The best areas to live in Fort Lauderdale are the neighborhoods stretching from the downtown Fort Lauderdale to Las Olas Beach. These give you the best access to shopping, the arts, Fort Lauderdale's famous canals, beautiful homes, and the beach.
Fort Lauderdale's weather is excellent throughout the year. Visit in winter and spring to get the most enjoyment from the beautiful beaches, parks, and the city.
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Listing information last updated on May 28th, 2023 at 4:37pm EDT.