Vanderbilt Towers consists of 3 high-rises, I, II, & III constructed in 1971, 1972, and 1973. The first towers that were built on Vanderbilt’s peninsula aka Baker Carroll Point. Although they share many characteristics, each boasts their own individual features and are run as separate condo associations one from the other.
The peninsula is an enchanted area that boasts gated entry to a serene wraparound bay front landscape and its exclusive marina. The 3 towers are tucked next to the rush of mangrove forest that provides shelter and separation from the Gulf. Free access to the especially beautiful Delnor-Wiggins State Beach Park is an easy walk from all 3 buildings.
Vanderbilt Towers I consists of 87 units, Vanderbilt Towers II of 93 units and Vanderbilt Towers III has 84 units altogether. All 8 story high-rises with 9 to 12 units per floor. Vanderbilt Towers I is the only building that boasts an 8th top story “penthouse” level with 6 units.
Each building is comprised of efficiencies, 1, 2, and 3 bedroom units ranging in size from 431’ square feet to just under 1800’ square feet. The units wrap around the perimeter of each building offering a cornucopia of vistas from the tropical landscape at hand to the areas waterfront panorama from its marina to the bay and Gulf waters that abound close by.
Vanderbilt Towers I & II share a community pool whereas Vanderbilt Towers III enjoys its own community pool. All 3 buildings offer generously sized social rooms, extra storage for each unit, common laundry on each floor and their own on-site Managers.
Each building holds a limited number of boat slips to lease in the peninsula’s marina: 7 for Vanderbilt Towers I, 10 for Vanderbilt Towers II, and 5 for Vanderbilt Towers III subject to considerable waiting lists. Lifts are allowed in the only marina in the Vanderbilt area with bridge free access to the Gulf via Wiggins Pass just minutes north.
Vanderbilt Towers I & II allow 12 leases per year with a 30 day minimum. Vanderbilt Towers III balances 8 leases allowed per year with a 14 day minimum.
Pets are not allowed. Parking is ample, unassigned and open for all 3 buildings.
April of 2016, Vanderbilt Towers II, amended their documents to become the first smoke-free building on the peninsula.
A gated peninsula with entry phones for access to each building as well as on-site Managers for each building.