Cushman & Wakefield to Market Luxury Fort Lauderdale Property

Working on behalf of developer and owner Alliance Residential, the firm will find a buyer for the 394-unit Broadstone Harbor Beach, which offers amenities such as a movie theater and a yoga studio.
Broadstone Harbor Beach

Alliance Residential has tapped Cushman & Wakefield to market the sale of Broadstone Harbor Beach, a luxury waterfront community in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. This is the first time the property will be up for grabs, as Alliance recently completed the development in 2017. 

Located at 1721 SE 17th St., Broadstone Harbor Beach offers 394 studio, one- and two-bedroom floorplans ranging from 593 to 1,285 square feet. Interior features include 9-foot ceilings, 2-inch faux wood window blinds, French doors, ceiling fans, private balcony/patios, washer/dryers, walk-in closets, nickel-finished hardware, tile showers, glass semi-frameless shower doors, stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, tumbled marble tile backsplashes and under-mount sinks. Common area amenities include:

  • fitness center with yoga studio
  • resident lounge with Wi-Fi
  • demonstration kitchen
  • coffee bar
  • two-sided fireplace
  • movie theater
  • game room 
  • package concierge 
  • dry cleaning lockers
  • private dining area
  • courtyard with games
  • resort-style pool with cabanas 
  • outdoor barbecue grills 
  • Tiny Tails dog park
  • bike storage
  • massage room
  • storage units 

Marketing appeal 

Vice Chairman Robert Given, Executive Managing Director Zachary Sackley, Senior Director Troy Ballard and Director Neal Victor of the Florida Multifamily Investment Sales Team will handle the sale. Last October, Given, Sackley and Victor were part of the team that led the sale of Spectra Apartments in Fort Myers, Fla., a newly constructed, Class A property. 

“Broadstone Harbor Beach is Alliance Residential’s flagship development in South Florida. It’s fast-pace lease up has been attributed to its rare waterfront setting within the top neighborhood of Fort Lauderdale’s elite yachties,” Given told Multi-Housing News. 

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