Overlooking Clearwater Harbor, Water’s Edge is a 25-story residential tower and downtown Clearwater’s tallest building. With only 153 condos, this boutique development offers an exclusive luxury lifestyle on Florida’s gorgeous Gulf Coast.
A scenic location is only one of the many appealing features of Water’s Edge. The development has a full complement of first-class amenities that would rival any five-star hotel. They include:
- Resort-style, heated pool and spa
- 11,000 sq. ft. pool deck with cabanas
- Outdoor fireplace, grill and dining area
- State-of-the-art fitness center overlooking pool
- Fully furnished social lounge for private parties
- Business center
- Concierge services
- 24-hour security
Water’s Edge is next to Coachman Park, site of the annual Clearwater Jazz Holiday and other activities. Just over the bridge are Clearwater’s award-winning beaches.
But the biggest, newest area attraction is the Downtown Clearwater Marina. It has 126 slips and can accommodate boats from 30’- 55’. This facility is one of the cornerstones of the $15 million waterfront enhancement project committed to by the City of Clearwater.
Water’s Edge offers two- and three-bedroom condominiums with innovative floor plans and high-profile appointments. The condos range in size from 1,331 square feet to 3,463 square feet. Floor-to-ceiling windows and expansive balconies are graced by breathtaking water views in every direction from almost every residence.
Construction on Water’s Edge was completed in 2008, so condos are move-in ready. Best of all, prices have recently been reduced from the original listing, up to 50% on some units, making this waterfront development surprisingly affordable. They range from the low $200’s to $1.2 million for the large penthouse units.
See additional photos of Water's Edge here.
If you are interested in learning more about Water's Edge, request our detailed data sheet on this property. We will respond within 24 hours (usually much sooner). Contact Joel Greene at Joel@CondoHotelCenter.com or call (954) 450-1929.