High-speed travel to Miami and Ft. Lauderdale isn’t the only new dimension to downtown life delivered by Brightline. Its parent company, Florida East Coast Industries, will cut the ribbon next month on Parkline, a new 290-unit, 24-story apartment building at Rosemary and Evernia, steps from the Brightline station.
The idea is to appeal to Millennials, Centennials and Gen Rush who prefer to either not own a car or operate as a one-car family and take advantage of the fast, fabulous, game-changing rail service that will eventually connect Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, West Palm, Orlando and maybe Tampa.
The rental units (another major appeal for Millennials) offer a truly luxurious lifestyle, including ultra-modern, elegant kitchens with stainless-steel appliances, quartz countertops and European-style cabinetry. Floor-to- ceiling windows create breathtaking downtown views that will wake up your senses, every day.
The real fun starts on the 12th floor, with its fully landscaped pool deck and big city views, cabanas, an open-air yoga studio, spin room and game room. Inside is a polished yet welcoming business center and clubhouse. Even your pooch is accounted for with a BarkLine Park for doggie duties located just outside the first-floor entrance.
And as if you need more, a 24-hour concierge desk means your cravings are just a phone call away. Units range from $1,350 to $3,500 per month.
Warning: living here could ruin your tolerance for the everyday and ordinary anything. www.parklinepalmbeaches.com