What Does Cold Water in the Pacific Ocean Mean for Florida?
POSTED ON November 29, 2017 - 5000 North Ocean
Thanks to a system affecting the United States from the Pacific to the Southeast Atlantic, Florida residents can expect another dry, warm winter this year The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Climate.Gov website explains that when the water on the Pacific side of the United States drops in temperature, it redirects the jet stream northwards, bringing cold, wet weather to the Northwest states, and warmer, drier weather to the Southeast states-especially in Florida. That’s great news for those snowbirds flocking south to enjoy a waterfront lifestyle and fun in the sun.
Florida residents can expect not just dry, warm weather, but longer periods of dryer weather. Previous La Niña records have started in November and ended in February, but The Tampa Bay Tribune reports that this would be the third year that Florida has had this type of weather attributed to La Niña–and the trend seems likely to continue.
As the good news spread, the annual migration of Baby Boomers to Florida is likely to grow. Having put their retirement years on hold during the recession, the Boomer generation is ready to take advantage of the extended sunshine and warm weather to make up for lost time. Trends are showing, Boomers are seeking a combination of urban living and resort lifestyles in areas, where amenities, goods, and services are close by.
With an eye towards the future, Kolter Urban has adapted its residential offerings to meet the growing demand for Florida living in key destinations throughout the State. On the east coast, Moderne Boca, located in the heart of Boca Raton, combines contemporary modern architecture with advanced technologies to match its urban environment, starting in the mid-$500s.
Water Club North Palm Beach just unveiled its third luxury tower starting at $1.7Million 30 waterfront residences that overlook the Intracoastal and Atlantic Ocean, just minutes away from the world-class shopping, dining and entertainment of Palm Beach Gardens. For those looking for a home this season, Water Club’s first two towers start at $899,000 and are move-in ready.
5000 North Ocean, on Singer Island offers a private sanctuary for its 19-story tower with 340+ of direct oceanfront. These 48 ultra-lux residences begin at $2 million.
In every Kolter Urban community, amenities and services are a top priority. The communities all feature resort-style pools, fitness centers and a wealth of activities appropriate for the community design. A modern and contemporary architectural style is a common element of all three properties.
As Boomers continue to drive lifestyle trends throughout the country, the concept of Florida living has evolved to provide a more robust and entertainment lifestyle. Boomers want to experience all of the best of life–and Kolter believes there’s no reason to compromise when it comes to choosing their Florida address. Learn more here.