When you think of a Palm Beach, you think: The beach, the ocean, the sea.
The area’s rich history of rich beachfront property is what makes it the perfect place for a beachfront condo.
And with the city’s growing condo boom, developers are finding a way to get in on the action.
The city is offering homeowners a pair with a little less than $10,000 in taxes, up from the previous two options, which offered an average of $1,000 per property.
The Palm Beach Hills condos are called Palm Beach Land Taxes and will be up for sale through the city on Thursday, March 8.
The average condo tax is $1.16, according to the city.
And if you have a lot of condominiums, you might consider the Palm Beach Towers condo, which is up for bid for the first time.
The tower has been in the works for a few years, but city officials hope to get a deal done soon to bring it to market.
The developer behind the tower is Mark Lutz, who has worked in the real estate business for more than 40 years.
The two properties are located near the intersection of Highway 1 and Lake Palm Beach Drive.
They are two blocks from the popular Lakeside Beach location, the former site of the Palm Beaches Beach Resort.
Both are less than a mile from each other and are close to the Lake Avenue intersection.
“They’re very close together,” said Eric Rucker, an agent with Rucker & Co., who has been working with the developers.
The new condos would be available for sale starting Friday.
For now, there’s only one listing available online, and there are no word yet if a price will be set.
The first condo would have a five-bedroom, seven-bathroom condo, and the second would have four bedrooms, three bathrooms and an entry plaza, according the listing.
There’s also a three-bedroom apartment in the tower, but the listing says the units have been “temporarily” sold.
There are three more condos on the way, and they will be priced at $10 million, the listing said.
Both properties are owned by developer Mark Luttig, who did not respond to multiple requests for comment.
The Beach Club has offered to buy the land for $15 million, according a report in the Miami Herald.