Commodore Club East
Commodore Club East
The Commodore Club East condominium is a classic Key Biscayne icon and was the first of three towers built at the Commodore Club condominium complex in 1971.
Commodore Club East features 186 luxury condo residences ranging from 1 to 4 bedrooms, over 12 stories. Commodore Club East is the building closest to the beach sand on the entire island of Key Biscayne and is bordered by the wild and beautiful subtropical Crandon Park landscape, with direct access to the Atlantic Ocean.
In addition to its breathtaking, expansive ocean views and lush subtropical nature, the Commodore Club East has its own heated pool, while sharing other amenities with the other towers, including a fitness center, saunas, multi-purpose party room, tennis courts, and gated entry.
The Commodore Club is only a few minutes’ drive from the Downtown Arts District, and close to Brickell Avenue, Coconut Grove, Coco Plum, and Coral Gables.
Commodore Club Residence Features:
- Spacious floor plans
- Breathtaking ocean views
- Ample balconies
- Many units have been recently renovated with state of the art appliances
Commodore Club Building Amenities:
- Gated Community with 24 hour security
- Direct Beach Access
- Tennis Courts
- Heated Swimming Pool
- Fitness Room
- Car Wash
Commodore Club East Amenities
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Available Condos at Commodore Club East
Commodore Club East Floor Plans
Commodore Club East Building Stats
Commodore Club East Recent Sales
|Unit||Bed/Bath||Sq Ft||SalePrice||$/Sq Ft||SaleDate|
|708||2 / 2||1,260||$975,000||$773||6/10/2019|
|602||1 / 1||840||$525,000||$625||6/3/2019|
|702||1 / 1||840||$590,000||$702||4/30/2019|
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