Downtown Sarasota

By | February 11, 2011

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Sarasota Downtown
Downtown Sarasota is one of those places with a small town feel, all the culture of a big city, and none of the drawbacks. As a resident, on any given evening downtown you can eat at one of our dozens of world-class restaurants, go to the Opera, and probably run into at least one or two friends. Main Street doesn’t usually go more than a few weeks without hosting some kind of music show, art festival, or parade, and if it happens to be an off weekend, there’s plenty to do. You’ll often find locals walking, biking, or splashing around along Bayfront Park. Picture winding sidewalks at the base of downtown, swings underneath ancient trees, and sweeping views of the bay dotted with sailboats. If your knees can handle it, take a walk across the Ringling Causeway and take a deep breath and a look around: you should be able to see Siesta Key, Lido Key, Bird Key, and Longboat Key. After your walk, grab a frozen drink at  , listen to live music, and people watch to your heart’s content. If this sounds like it’s up your alley, you have several options. Snatch up a little bungalow in the arts district or Burns Court starting in the high 300’s, enjoy Bay and City views from a condo, ranging anywhere from 350-1MM+, or splurge on a Penthouse starting at around 1.5MM.

Quick Links

  • Amberlea
  • Bird Key
  • Cascades of Sarasota
  • Country Club of Sarasota
  • Country Place
  • Downtown Sarasota
  • Forest Lakes
  • Gulf Gate
  • Longboat Key
  • Misty Creek
  • North Port
  • Osprey
  • Pelican Cove
  • River Club
  • Sarasota East of I-75
  • Sawgrass of Venice
  • Siesta Key
  • South Gate
  • Tara Golf & Country Club
  • The Inlets at Riverdale
  • The Landings
  • Venice
  • Village Walk
  • Whispering Sands

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