This past Saturday was the Third Avenue Art District Art Walk.  There is a great community of artists who continue to lease warehouse space in Fort Lauderdale.  There is a high concentration of well located warehouse space located West of Federal Highway, East of Andrew's Avenue, just below Sunrise Boulevard, and just above Broward Boulevard.  The artists come together to form what is known as the Third Avenue Art District.  Once a year on the first Saturday in February,  the Third Avenue Art District hosts an Art Walk.  A trolley runs between the artists studio's so getting around is very simple.  You can find out information about the Art Walk here.

Third Avenue Arts District Fort LauderdaleCandace and I thought the work of Michel Pellus was amazing.  I'm certainly not an expert in the field of art, but I certainly know when I like something I see.  We described his pieces where people are the focus as a fusion of fashion, suggestion, and expression.  Take a look for yourself here.

Of course I had to get my Real Estate thoughts into this post!  When you walk from studio to studio you walk by Bamboo Flats.  They are magnificent 4 story loft style townhomes located by the corner of 3rd Avenue and 7th Street.  Recent closed sales inside the complex represent an incredible value in my opinion.  Completed in 2006 these 57 residences have two and three bedroom layouts.  High ceilings and custom made cabinetry highlight the developers attention to detail.  These units rarely come on the market, but when they do I always encourage clients to schedule a showing with me.

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Written By Casey Prindle