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Transcendence Orange Beach AL
Dated: June 1 2017
As of September 30, 2016, Transcendence has been released to the public for pre-construction reservations. Transcendence is a luxurious gulf front condo development in Orange Beach, AL conveniently located just east of Highway 161. The development features 166 premier units overlooking the world’s most beautiful white sand beaches and emerald gulf waters. Designed to be the elite resort condominium complex on the gulf coast, Transcendence takes luxury living to next level.
Unit owners and guests will enjoy a plethora of amenities at Transcendence including, but not limited to a rooftop restaurant and bar, wet bar, indoor and outdoor pools, pool slides, hot tubs, poolside cabanas, and lazy river. Transcendence offers a wide array of unit sizes ranging in square footage from 2,210 to 4,174 and valued between $1,155,000 and $2,475,000.
Construction is planned to begin in the Summer of 2017. An interested party may reserve a unit by signing a reservation agreement and putting down a $20,000 fully refundable deposit. At the time of conversion from a reservation agreement to a purchase agreement, 35% of the purchase price will be required as earnest money.
For more information and the latest pricing and availability, please contact The Niel Group via phone or email.
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