Altura Bayshore opens sales gallery for new luxury tower

Altura Bayshore, Tampa’s newest luxury condominium tower, has opened its new on site sales center and will be providing private presentations to future residents of the tower overlooking Bayshore Boulevard.

“We are using the most advanced video technology to give future residents a vivid view of their future homes,” said Anthony Solomon, owner of The Ronto Group, in a statement.  “We can select individual residences and fly buyers through the space so they can see their living rooms, kitchens and balconies – as well as the one-of-a-kind rooftop pool and cabana space.  This is truly a fantastic way for buyers to envision living in Altura Bayshore.”

The Altura Bayshore tower will rise 22 stories, with residences ranging from approximately $1 million to $2.9 million for a variety of homes spanning 2,176 to 3,575 square feet, each one with a private elevator foyer entrance.

Earlier in December, The Ronto Group named Krista Maddox and Lisa O’Connor of Smith & Associates Real Estate to represent the project at the sales center.

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