PEAK SEVEN MARKETS LUXURY CONDOS ON FLORIDA’S WEST COAST February 26, 2009

Written By Darren Seys - February 26, 2009

CLEARWATER, Fla. – Despite dwindling budgets for builders and developers statewide, Clearwater’s Station Square luxury condominiums is offering meaningful incentives to buyers to get back on track in the housing market. Located just 30 minutes West of Tampa Bay, Clearwater has some of the nation’s most beautiful white sandy beaches and a newly renovated downtown area that will rival downtown Fort Lauderdale’s famous Las Olas Riverfront area.

Peak Seven Advertising has been engaged to help market the 126-unit, amenity-rich tower from logo inception and marketing/advertising materials to signage programs. With a rooftop pool and lounge deck that overlooks redefined, Mediterranean-inspired downtown Clearwater, it’s no wonder this project can’t be kept a secret from buyers looking for excitement, style and convenience.

“Our agency is extremely knowledgable about real estate, however, since the fall of the market, there are less opportunities to market developments with the exciting potential Station Square has,” said Darren Seys, president of Peak Seven. “When we visited the project, we knew immediately we wanted to be a part of it. Residents have it all at Station Square: amenities, entertainment, nightlife, fashion and beaches; it’s such an easy choice.”

The condominiums will rise along Cleveland Street and will be the first residential high-rise building dowtown, among at least four others planned for the future. Mayor Frank Hibbard said this trend of luxury hi-rise condos is part of the vision of Clearwater’s new downtown, where $105 million of new capital infrastructure improvements have created a more vibrant economy drawing new businesses, residents and tourists to the area.

Amenities at Station Square are plentiful and diverse, from private parking and concierge to the entertainment room and fitness center. And for those who get that shopping itch, residents can simply visit the ground floor’s urban retail shops. Featuring one and two-bedroom floorplans from 1,180 – 2,825 sq. ft. are available for early occupancy.

“It’s refreshing to witness such an attractive project ready to launch,” said Sonni Simon, Senior Account Strategist for Peak Seven. “Station Square is a positive sign that the housing market is changing for the better, and our campaign will give buyers the push they need to begin a new venture in their lives.”

Peak Seven Advertising is located at 2151 West Hillsboro Boulevard in Deerfield Beach, Fla. The agency provides creative advertising and marketing to local, regional, national and international clients. For more information on Peak Seven, call (954) 574-0810 or visit www.PeakSeven.com.

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