Located at 388 Ocean & 488 Ocean are Aqua condos in downtown Long Beach, CA. Do you want ocean views or city views? If so, then Aqua Towers is the place to be.
Located in downtown Long Beach, the Aqua Towers are two high-rises, luxury condominium buildings offering you access to the beach and harbor areas.
These two buildings were built in 2004 and offer you views of the coastline, ocean, city, and mountains in Southern California.
Consider researching recent Aqua Towers condo sales in the buildings to give you some insights into current trends.
All Long Beach Aqua Towers Condos
Aqua condos Long Beach consist of these two, multi-colored buildings on Ocean Blvd. Each one has access to amenities including a fully-loaded fitness center, two sparkling pools, spa, sauna, basic cable internet, and a business center.
Aqua Condos Long Beach Summary
|Aqua Condos Location:||388 E Ocean & 488 E Ocean Blvd, Long Beach, CA 90802|
|Number of Condos:||545 (277 units in 388 Ocean and 268 units in 488 Ocean)|
|Pets Allowed:||Yes (limit is 2)|
|Amenities:||Pool, Spa, Fitness, Dry Sauna, Business Center, Barbecue area, High-Speed internet (account to be established with Frontier), Concierge|
|Views:||Ocean, City, or Mountains|
|Elevators:||2 per building|
|Parking:||Underground parking; there is guest parking available|
|Homeowners Association Fee||Monthly; Varies by size of the unit; there are two HOA fees. One is the master plan and the other is for the common grounds of the building.|
|What does the HOA cover?||Water, trash, internet service, the amenities mentioned above|
|Community Service Organization Fee||There is 1/4 of the one percent of the purchase price is usually paid by the buyer. This is a one-time fee. It was developed by the builder/developer to cover community events and activities at Aqua.|
|Move-in Day Scheduling||There is a $500 deposit to move in; 100 move-in fee; Move in’s are allowed on Monday through Saturday in 4-hour blocks: 10 to 2 or 2 to 6; must book an appointment with Natasha in HOA at 562-495-1425.|
Aqua Long Beach Condos Floor Plans
|1 bed, 1 bath||580 to 680 sqft|
|2 beds, 2 baths||950 to 1,647 sqft|
|3 beds, 2 to 3 baths||2,070 to 2,490 sqft|
Frequently Asked Questions about Aqua Towers Condos
What does the Community Service Organization Fee cover at Aqua?
It is a one-time fee that a buyer pays as 1/4 of one percent of the purchase price of a condo at Aqua. It was developed by the builder/developer to cover community events and activities at Aqua. The fee is usually paid by the buyer.
How Does Moving Into Your Aqua Condo Work?
There is a $500 move-in / move-out fee and a $500 deposit is required. Check with the Homeowners Association (HOA) for details. You cannot move into the building on a Sunday. So, scheduling with the HOA is critical to moving.
What are the Monthly HOA Fees at the Aqua Condominiums?
Each condo varies in the homeowner’s association fees per month. There are two. The 1st one covers building and the 2nd monthly HOA fee covers the common grounds. Check each listing for details.
Is their Free WiFi or Internet Service included in the HOA Fee?
There is a basic monthly internet service included in your homeowner’s association fee.
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Fun Things to Do In Long Beach When You Live in the Aqua Towers
Typically, we have the Long Beach Grand Prix every year that runs along shoreline drive which is just west of 388 Ocean and 488 Ocean here at Aqua. So, you could attend the races or watch them from the condos.
The excitement starts at Shoreline Drive, just west of the Aqua condominiums, where you can watch from a balcony or join the throng on shore to see cars racing by as they bear down for victory!
The annual event brings tens of thousands out every year with its thrill-a-minute spectacle that has been likened to “watching an ice hockey game”.
There are always plenty of spectator spots available – whether it’s up close onshore, perched high above spectators lined along beachfront balconies, or even if you’re watching from your own living room via live broadcast TV coverage!
This park, on the left, where the lighthouse is located is called Shoreline Aquatic Park. It is close to Shoreline Village at 200 Aquarium Way in Long Beach.
Other fun activities in the area include
Visit the Aquarium of the Pacific at 100 Aquarium Way, Long Beach, CA 90802
Go to the Queen Mary in the harbor. A great place for the 4th of July or New Year’s Eve events.
Shop and Dine in Shoreline Village
Take a Trip by boat to Catalina Island for the day
Go shopping at the Pike in downtown Long Beach
Check out my New Year’s Eve fun things to do updates