September 2017

Found 3 blog entries for September 2017.

Looking for the ultimate beach vacation experience on the Emerald Coast? Turquoise Place is a premier gulf front resort in Orange Beach, Alabama offering guests world-class amenities and luxurious accommodations along with breathtaking views of the Gulf, Perdido Pass, and Cotton Bayou. It's easy to understand why first-timers are awestruck by the sheer size and grandiose architecture of the resort's two towers. Holding 400 units, these extraordinary condominiums showcase an opulent and distinctive design with contoured edges wrapped in steel and shimmering turquoise glass. The developer, whose projects include the Caribe Resort, received exclusive permission to build the 24- and 30-story towers surpassing the prior 14-floor height restriction in the

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The 46th Annual National Shrimp Festival is almost upon us! This four day festival is one of the Gulf Coast's biggest events attracting over 250,000 visitors each year, not to mention bringing in tremendous revenue for the area. The event is free to all visitors and will take place October 12-15 in the heart of Gulf Shores, known as Gulf Place, at the Beach Blvd & Hwy 59 intersection. Over 200 artist booths will be set up along the boardwalk showcasing an array of unique artwork and crafts. One of the event's main attractions is the Gulf Coast seafood, most notably shrimp, prepared into mouthwatering dishes. Take advantage of the free samples of seafood served up by festival sponsors and don't forget to treat yourself to a fest favorite, Cajun

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Over the past few years, CondoInvestment has witnessed a tremendous amount of growth and has become one of the leading real estate websites in Coastal Alabama. We have a number of projects planned this year, but one of the most exciting is that we are expanding our website to include three coastal areas:  Mobile, AL and Destin and Panama City, FL. We'll be providing more listings for homes and condos along with plenty of area info for those who are interested in Mobile, AL real estate.

Mobile is one of the oldest cities in Alabama and has played an important role in the state's history. French colonists founded Mobile in 1702 and it became the capital of Basse-Louisiane (this was the name given to the southern half of La Louisiane, which extended from

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