Note 1. Downloadable forms for buyers, sellers, realtors, and shareholders are on-line. Click Documents for info.
Note 2. The CRTE Board has procedures for guests. Click Documents and then item #39.
Note 3. Click your choice of sidebar (shown in yellow) near the top of any page- Our Building, Our Neighborhood, Our Region.
Each CRTE apartment has an assigned parking space.
The CRTE office is in the lobby of the building.
Three passenger elevators plus one service elevator serve CRTE residents and registered guests.
CRTE shopping carts and dollies are available at the service entrance to assist with loading and unloading of cars.
The views from each CRTE apartment are unique and breath-taking.
CRTE grounds are professionally landscaped.
The CRTE pool temperature is maintained at 86° F (30° C).
INTERACTIVE ICON. CRTE is surrounded by the intracoastal waterway, canals and the ocean. Click the mini-map above for an expanded Google maps view. When there, click along the top of the Google page for different views. Broadband required.
A large variety of sub-tropical plants surround the main building.
INTERACTIVE ICON. The foliage that surrounds CRTE is handled by the all volunteer CRTE Grounds Committee. Click on the above photo for an enlarged view.
Welcome to Our Building. Coral Ridge Towers East is a co-operative apartment residence for adults aged 55 and older. CRTE is located at 3300 NE 36th Street, Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33308. Both the Atlantic Ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway are a short walk from Coral Ridge Towers East. There are 338 apartments in Coral Ridge Towers East. We are one of four similar apartment buildings in the Coral Ridge Towers complex with an overall total of more than 1300 apartments.
INTERACTIVE ICON. Coral Ridge Towers East is an apartment residence for adults aged 55 or older. This view shows those apartments facing southeast towards the Atlantic Ocean. Click on the above photo for an enlarged view.
Location. We are located about 1/4 mile north of the intersection of Florida's S/R A1A (State Road) and Oakland Park Boulevard. A1A is the scenic roadway paralleling many of Florida's east coast beaches. We are a few hundred feet from the Atlantic Ocean and also a few hundred feet from the Intracoastal Waterway. Several banks are across the street from CRTE as well as a supermarket, a large pharmacy chain, medical and dental offices, a branch library, restaurants, fast food chains and other neighborhood-specific stores and shops. Broward County transit buses stop a few feet from the main entrance to CRTE.
INTERACTIVE ICON. Coral Ridge Towers East showing a side view of our building. Click on the above photo for an enlarged view.
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Jogging. For those who enjoy jogging or long walks, we are within walking distance of Galleria Mall, Coral Ridge Mall, Sebastian Beach, Las Olas Beach, Las Olas Boulevard, Lauderdale-by-the-Sea and Commercial Boulevard. For extreme joggers or walkers, we are within walking distance of downtown Fort Lauderdale, Riverwalk and the Broward Center for the Performing Arts.
The Coral Ridge Towers Complex. Start out at the left side of the aerial photo below and then proceed clockwise to view the four buildings of the Coral Ridge Towers complex — Coral Ridge Towers North (CRTN), Coral Ridge Towers East (CRTE), Coral Ridge Towers South (CRTS) and Coral Ridge Towers Original (CRTO). At the top of the photo is the Galt Ocean Mile with its many condos facing the Atlantic Ocean. At the bottom of the photo is the intracoastal waterway with its daily flotilla of pleasure craft and yachts.
An aerial photo showing the 4 Coral Ridge Towers: CRTN, CRTE, CRTS and CRTO.
Fort Lauderdale. Fort Lauderdale is known as the "Venice of America." It has a 165 mile network of navigable waterways. Situated on south Florida's booming coast, it is a popular beach resort and also caters to those interested in boating and yachting. Back in the 1800's Major William Lauderdale was stationed here (and thus the origin of the Fort Lauderdale name). Originally the area survived on its agriculture and orange groves. By the end of the 1950's Fort Lauderdale began to be known as a seaside resort. With its delightful sub-tropical weather, the city has a sophisticated and unobtrusive feel to it. The Greater Fort Lauderdale community extends from the Atlantic Ocean in the east to the edge of Everglades National Park, some 25 miles to the west.
Fort Lauderdale has a 165 mile network of navigable aterways.
Residents. The number of year-round residents at CRTE is substantial. Like most Florida communities, the number of part time residents increases during Florida's high season (November - April) and decreases during low season. Our homeowners consist of persons 55 years and older who are retired and semi-retired, as well as those who continue to work full time. We enjoy the many amenities at our co-operative, as well as our delightful weather. Most of us originally come from "up North."
The lobby of CRTE facing southeast towards the Atlantic Ocean.
Counties. CRTE is in the City of Fort Lauderdale, and like many oceanview buildings, on one of Florida's barrier islands. We are in Broward County which connects with Palm Beach County (West Palm Beach, Palm Beach) to the north and with Miami-Dade County (Miami) to the south. South of Miami-Dade County is Monroe County (Key West). To our west across the Florida peninsula lies Collier County (Naples) and to the north of Collier lies Lee County (Fort Myers). The famous Alligator Alley toll road connects Florida's east and west coasts. Alligator Alley is slightly under 100 miles in length.
We are in South Florida, which refers to the combined counties of Broward, Miami-Dade and Monroe. South Florida has over 4,000,000 full time residents. Palm Beach to our north has an additional 1,000,000 residents. Our friends across Alligator Alley are in Southwest Florida, generally referring to the combined counties of Collier and Lee and several counties to the north of Lee.
The Galt Mile. CRTE as well as a great many other condos and co-operatives along the Galt ocean mile, is a member of the Galt Mile Community Association. The GMCA maintains an extensive web site and blog with information that may be of interest to CRTE residents.
INTERACTIVE ICON. Click the logo above to access the Galt Mile Community Association web site.
Website. Our site is divided into 3 main categories on the top of the page - OUR BUILDING, OUR NEIGHBORHOOD, OUR REGION. A small arrow shows your current choice. You are currently in the OUR BUILDING section which comes up by default. Comments are always welcome. Feel free to contact the CRTE volunteer webmaster. Checkout OUR BUILDING~Webmaster.
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