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    Posted December 10, 2013 by
    Bal Harbour, Florida

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    Pre-Construction Oceanfront Project in Bal Harbour - Oceana


    With both ocean and bay views, at Oceana Bal Harbour, you can have everything you want. Situated right on oceanfront property, you can enjoy a view of the ocean, bay, or in some units, both. Fresh from their success with Oceana Key Biscayne in 2012, it is no wonder successful developer Eduardo Constantini and his development construction company, Consultatio, are ready to do it again.



    Ocean Bal Harbor Condos


    This 26-floor building spans 5.54 acres, and features a stunning design. From the bay side, you can look right through the building to the ocean. Luxury amenities include a restaurant, spa, recreational pool, exercise pool, lighted tennis courts. The building is completely secure from the moment you pass the 24/7 security gate at the entry to valet park your car in 2 levels of underground parking. Security, amenities, and the surrounding beauty make relaxing in your Oceana home a breeze.



    Luxury Oceanfront Residences


    Oceana Bal Harbour has 260 condos to choose from including 6 penthouses on the top floors. All units are well-appointed and provide access to all of the buildings’ 5 star amenities. The choice to claim your Oceana Bal Harbour condo is even easier with these great pre-construction prices. The building is set to finish construction in 2016. To reserve your unit, please contact us today!


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