Pier 550 offers a grand location in Golden Gate Point, close to Downtown Sarasota, at affordable rates!
Built in 1948, the condominiums of Pier 550 are affordably priced residences located in the desirable Golden Gate Point area and within walking distance to Downtown Sarasota. While these homes tend to have modest square footage, you cannot beat this location! In fact, most units have exquisite views of the Sarasota Bay, Marina Jack’s, and the city skyline of Downtown. Residents of the 51 condos at Pier 550 share access to a myriad of amenities which include a community swimming pool, a sauna, a grilling area, a fitness center, boat slips for lease, a laundry facility, and maintenance-free living. These residences also make great investment properties because they are waterfront and allow residents to rent for a minimum of a month.
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And if these convenient and extensive amenities aren’t enough, then you are in luck because you are located minutes from endless amounts of recreation! Walk to the heart of Downtown Sarasota, shop at fashionable boutiques, and dine at gourmet restaurants. If you are looking for perfect places for a stroll, then Bayfront Park, known for its unique assortment of artistic sculptures, and Ringling Causeway both provide ample views of the sparkling azure waters of Sarasota Bay.
Other great must-see attractions in Downtown Sarasota include the Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall, the Ringling Museum of Art, the Sarasota Opera House, and the Florida Studio Theatre. Only a short drive, walk, or bike ride over the Causeway are the world-famous St. Armand’s Circle and the beautiful Lido Beach. St. Armand’s Circle is a beautifully landscaped destination that features sophisticated shops and gourmet restaurants.
While Lido Beach is more secluded, Siesta Key Beach—also just a short drive from Pier 550—is consistently recognized for its white quartz sands and sparkling, azure waters. In fact, Siesta Key Beach, ranked one of the top ten beaches in the United States multiple years by “Dr. Beach”.