Condos + Lofts

Carlton Towers

3/21/2017 | System Administrator
Kerri Fukui

List Price: 95,000.00 - 270,000.00
Neigborhood: The Avenues
Property Profile: 46 One-bedroom to three-bedroom units | 565 to 1,750 sq. ft.

Mid-century modern condos are, naturally, a find. Built in 1963, The Carlton Towers are seated squarely in the Avenues [at 266 4th Ave], which puts you a short jaunt uphill from South Temple and all things ‘downtown’. The cream-colored brick exterior has a modern feel with clean lines, large windows, and private balconies. Mature trees surround the building for a nice bit of shade and seclusion.  The secure lobby comes complete with marble walls and an ‘old Hollywood’ feel. Resident parking is off-street, reserved, covered, and secure, with plenty of on-street parking for visitors. Best part: rooftop heated pool, BBQ, and panoramic views of the entire valley. Really.  

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