I just listed 488 Ocean #1712 Long Beach, CA 90802 condo in the downtown area. You can live close to the top of the building on the 17th floor with a view of city lights, hills, and mountains. There are two buildings that make up the Aqua Towers community 488 E Ocean Blvd and 388 E Ocean Blvd.
This is a beautiful one bedroom, one bath condo at 488 East Ocean Blvd offers you an open floor plan. The kitchen opens to the family room making the unit feel spacious. You have a balcony off of the family room to relax out on.
The Aqua Towers are a high rise, luxury condos in downtown Long Beach. You are close to dining, shopping, and the beach.
What Amenities Do You Get When You Live at 488 East Ocean Unit #1712?
Included with your monthly homeowner’s association dues for 488 East Ocean Unit 1712 are these cool amenities to enjoy:
- Association Pool,
- Spa/Hot Tub,
- Outdoor Cooking Area
- Gym/Fitness Room
- Concierge service
- Maintenance Grounds
- Pet Rules
- Pets Permitted
- Basic internet service is included.
How Many Homeowner Associations (HOA) are there at Aqua Towers?
The first one is for the unit. That is $415.17 per month. The second one is for the Aqua community’s master plan and that is at 167 per month. So, your total $582.17 per month.
What is the Community Services Organization?
This was originally set up by the builder for activities in the community. There is a Community Service Organization, CSO, one-time fee of 1/4 of 1% of the sales price. It applies to every sale in the Aqua condos and is paid by the Buyer. It covers building and community activities offered by the homeowner’s association.
Are Pets Allowed at Aqua Towers?
Yes. The limit is 2.
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