A true waterfront icon in the Naples area, La Mer continues to attract interest from new buyers decades after it first graced the city’s skyline. The building was the very first high-rise of its kind to come to Park Shore, and its certainly one you can’t easily forget.
Constructed in the late 1970s, La Mer was uniquely designed around a central atrium with hanging gardens. The open-air atrium has been a feature now for decades, recently updated and renovated to reflect a more modern look, while at the same time retaining the original charm that first attracted people to the building so many years ago.
Along with the soaring atrium that perhaps gets the most attention, the building’s lobby also contains a reflection pond. The beachfront condo high-rise additionally offers up such added amenities as a swimming pool and spa plus a sauna and fitness center.
That’s all on top of the property’s two tennis courts and a basketball court, plus room for a putting and chipping green and a shuffleboard court. Other extras for residents to enjoy include a place for grilling, a community room, bike storage and a billiards room. The property is also completed by a rooftop deck and 24-hour security.
The 17-story tower houses more than 100 private condo units too, some with fireplaces, spacious floor plans and high ceilings. As well, the building also provides for some screened-in, wrap-around balconies designed to accommodate the needs of residents.
All units of the building enjoy views of the Gulf, while you’ll also find some views possible of Venetian Bay and of Downtown Naples. With two- and three-bedroom floor plans to choose from, the condos of La Mer range from around 1,800 square feet to a spacious 2,800 square feet of living space, all housed within a remarkable setting.