THE EDGE on 15th
Living in your dream home is now possible for young people and families. We present to you The Edge on 15th, a gated community with beautiful beaches nearby and a swimming pool with tropical landscapes and convenient location right next to I-95. The Edge on 15th is close to world-class shopping and dining and top-rated schools. The Edge on 15th offers you and your family a minimalist modern design and architecture designed for your comfort. With its Smart Home System and Lennars Everything's Included experience, you can be guaranteed an exquisite living experience.
The Edge on 15th is a new high-end urban townhome community that is close to the beaches in Fort Lauderdale's Edgewood neighborhood. It was designed from the ground up to exceed your expectations.
With a minimalist design and luxury in every aspect, you will find everything you could possibly desire in this property. Boasting Smart Home Technology with activation and support by Amazon and voice control by Alexa, you will be ensured connectivity, safety and convenience, while Lennar's Everything's Included® program will provide you will all of the details you need to start living in this beautiful home.
With 6 different townhome designs, you will find a range of options that offer the following:
• Square footage from 1,356 to 1,899
• Bedrooms from 3 to 4
• Bathrooms from 2.5 to 2.5
✓ Swimming Pool with Cabana
✓ Access-controlled entry
✓ Sparkling pool with an alluring sundeck area, a beautiful poolside cabana with sitting area.
The Edge on 15th is located in the Edgewood neighborhood of Fort Lauderdale. An intimately sized community with a population of 12,245, you will still find that it is culturally diverse comprising of tree-lined streets in the residential neighborhoods. The Edge on 15th is in an attractive school district with Croissant Park Elementary, New River Middle School, and Stranahan High school being there.
Edgewood is home to the beautiful Snyder Park that offers facilities and amenities like Basketball Courts, a Butterfly Garden, Disc Golf Courses, Dog Swimming, Fishing at West Lake (catch and release only), Grills, Playgrounds, Restrooms, Volleyball Courts and more.
Edgewood Public Service:
✓ US Post Office
✓ Broward Health Medical Center
✓ Edgewood Schools
Art, Theater, Libraries and Parks:
✓ Broward Center for the Performing Arts
✓ Museum of Discovery and Science
✓ Broward County main library
✓ Hollywood International Airport
✓ Train station
✓ Miami Cruise Port
Shopping and Beaches:
✓ Fort Lauderdale Beach
✓ Las Olas shopping center and restaurants
✓ Galleria shopping center
✓ Sawgrass Mills Shopping
About the Area
About Fort Lauderdale
The City of Fort Lauderdale is situated on the southeast coast of Florida, in the east-central portion of Broward County,
Fort Lauderdale truly lives up to its designation as the "Venice of America." Established as a world-class international commercial center and one of the most desirable locations for new, expanding or relocating businesses. Even though the population of the city itself is only 175,000, the greater Broward country including Deerfield and Pompano Beaches making the population of the area 10 times that figure.
Fort Lauderdale also offers an outstanding quality of life, highlighted by a semi-tropical climate, rich natural beauty and an array of cultural, entertainment and educational amenities. It has evolved into a city that offers the best of both worlds - an attractive business environment and an outstanding quality of life coupled with a popular vacation destination.
Florida is the most populous of the southeastern states. The capital is Tallahassee, located in the northwestern panhandle.
The climate and scenery of the “Sunshine State” have long attracted enormous numbers of visitors. Tourism has surpassed agriculture and manufacturing as the main component of Florida’s economy. Commercial attractions proliferate in Florida, many of them educational as well as entertaining. The convention Centers and Walt Disney World, near Orlando, and Miami are amongst the largest tourist destinations nationwide.
Tropical Florida is known for its fine, white sand beaches with offshore barrier bars (beaches) that surround much of the coastal region and account for most of Florida’s finest beaches, and keys (islands). Florida is known for its high standard of living due to relatively low real estate values, taxes and living expenses which made it very popular for retirees, second home owners and investors.
Florida is well endowed with a variety of cultural activities and institutions, with some of the greatest art, music and movie festivals in the nation that take place here. Greek Orthodox Epiphany (Tarpon Springs; January), the Orange Bowl Festival (Miami; January), the Florida Citrus Festival (Winter Haven; January–February), the Strawberry Festival (Plant City; March), the Festival of States (St. Petersburg; March–April), the Arcadia Rodeo (Arcadia; March and July), and more.