Courtyard at Citrus Condos for Sale – Sarasota

Citrus Square

The Courtyard at Citrus is a mixed-use boutique condominium on 505 North Orange Avenue at the Rosemary District in north downtown Sarasota. It sits near the corner of Boulevard of the Arts adjacent to a sister property, Citrus Square, built in 2008‒2009 also as a mixed-use development. Both are the brainchild of Sarasota developer Mark Pierce.

Slated for completion in 2017, Courtyard at Citrus consists of 10 designer residences on its two upper floors and professional/retail storefronts on the ground level.

More Residential in Character

Citrus Square

Though it has basically the same concept as its sister development, this new condominium exudes a personality of its own. Its units are designed to have a Midwestern, more residential feel. All will provide views of a private courtyard below, and solar panels will be installed to light up the condominium’s exterior.

Courtyard at Citrus residences start from one-bedroom units with floor plans in the 900-square-foot range. The other condos feature two bedrooms within floor areas of 1,000+ square feet. The prime choice amongst these units is a two-level penthouse with outdoor living area and a rooftop pool.

Reasonably Priced Boutique Condos

Citrus Square

Pricing of these units start from the upper $300s, quite attractive considering their prime location and luxury features comparable with posh downtown Sarasota condos for sale. Their 10-foot ceiling designs make these condos bright and airy, to start with.

High-quality flooring, all-wood cabinetry, upgrade moulding, granite kitchens and designer appliances further provide a stylish flair to all of Courtyard at Citrus units. Also as attractive to prospective buyers, these condos flaunt ultra-quiet sound abatement, solid doors, and hurricane-standard windows.

Tops in Walkability

Citrus Square

The development of the Courtyard at Citrus jibes with the New Urbanist concept being pursued for downtown Sarasota. Besides its low-density and human-scale philosophy, this development tack also promotes walkable communities just like how the Rosemary District has been morphing into in recent years.

Recently hailed as one of Florida’s top 10 most walkable neighborhoods, the Rosemary area teems with quaint cafes and restaurants, charming boutiques, and inspiring galleries. Some of these, in fact, are housed right at Citrus Square and more would soon locate at Courtyard at Citrus.

Dynamic Neighborhood

Citrus Square

The Rosemary District as a whole encourages foot traffic with its tree-lined streetscape and clusters of nearby amenities, and more of these attractions are coming soon as well. Right next to Courtyard at Citrus, the circa 1950s former showroom of Badcock Furniture has been extensively renovated recently.

This building, nonetheless, retained its distinctive example of mid-twentieth-century commercial architecture, with the award-winning Sweet-Sparkman Architects behind the design of the makeover. Now called the BOTA Center, this structure’s nearly 20,000-square-foot of floor space is planned for lease to tenants in creative industries.

Also a block west at the Boulevard of the Arts road corridor, the Rosemary Square project is expected to be inaugurated this year. This too is a mixed development consisting of 60,000 square feet for residences and office/retail establishments. A short distance south of the Courtyard at Citrus, meanwhile, the vibrant downtown Sarasota lifestyle is already in full swing to add luster on condos for sale in Citrus Square.

Courtyard at Citrus Sarasota Condos for Sale

Below are all of the current real estate listings available for sale at Courtyard at Citrus.

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525 N ORANGE AVE #203

$499,000 - 2 BD/2 BA


Sqft: 1,163


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