Marina Landing Condos up for Auction

by June 9, 2008 • 7 comments

Marina Landing, a new condo development at the foot of the Hathaway Bridge in Panama City Beach will be auctioning off 25 new condos Thursday June 26th, 2008.

Marina Landing is a 16 story, 87 unit marina condominium development with stainless steel appliances, window walls and 10 foot ceilings. The marina has 41 slips that are available for lease to the residents.

The building was released to the market almost one year ago and has seen little activity. With pricing ranging from $534,500 to $2.09 million, less than half have closed.

From what I’ve heard, the condos are extremely nice, but they have ingress/egress issues and a disadvantage they are not on the beach. I say disadvantage understanding that it depends on who the buyer is.

The auction is for 25 condos, but the developer can expand it to 55 if he sees fit.

As from

Registration: 10:00 am • Auction: 1:00 pm

Address: 6422 W. Hwy. 98, Panama City Beach, FL.

Terms: 2-Bedroom, 2-Bath Condos — 10% down with $25,000 per condo being in certified funds, personal or company check;
3-Bedroom, 3-Bath Condos — 10% down with $35,000 per condo being in certified funds, personal or company check. Closing in 30 days.

Auction Site: The auction will take place at the property — 6422 W. Hwy. 98, Panama City Beach, FL.

Pre-Sale Inspection: Property is available for viewing daily by appointment from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. beginning June 12.

Broker Participation: Broker Participation welcome subject to certain guidelines. Call 1-800-650-0882.

For More Information: Call 1-800-650-0882 or (256) 547-3434. Beginning June 12, call on site, (850) 249-9334; fax (850) 249-9804.

An early registration will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Wednesday, June 25, at the auction site for those
wishing to pre-register and present their bidder deposit on this date.

Property Description

The availability of deep-water dockage accommodations are among the many fine appointments which place Marina Landing among
the most sought-after condominiums in Panama City Beach, Florida — the “World’s Most Beautiful Beach.” A new and luxurious development, Marina Landing rises above tranquil St. Andrews Bay, just minutes from the Gulf of Mexico’s glistening emerald waters.

Situated on Highway 98, this tropical oasis grants convenient access to everything offered in this world-class resort community — fishing, sailing, skiing, championship golf, entertainment, dining and shopping. Exquisite amenities accent these two- and three-bedroom residences — granite countertops, fireplaces, expansive private terraces and hypnotic water views. Other amenities include a spectacular swimming pool, hot tub, fitness center, tropical landscaping and a snug harbor of leasable boat slips.

Property Highlights

2 & 3 Bedrooms

  • Tiled Entry
  • Tiled Living Room
  • Gourmet Kitchen with Granite Countertops & Stainless Steel Appliances
  • Lavish Baths
  • Fireplaces
  • Window Walls with Incredible Water Views
  • Spacious Balconies
  • Community Swimming Pool, Hot Tub & Fitness Center
  • Tropical Landscaping
  • Parking Deck

I’ll be there, highly doubt I’ll buy anything (pretty broke), but I’ll definitely be there.

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1 jamnolfin June 9, 2008 at 9:09 pm

It seems everything Wes Burnham and the Edgewater gang has ever touched has turned to gold. This condo would have done good in normal times. I imagine they arent doing very good at the townhomes by Walmart either.


2 Rob June 10, 2008 at 6:36 am

I own at Hibiscus, right around the corner. We own our slips and the price is much better than Marina landing units. Our boats are more protected back in Lighthouse lagoon. We have a pretty view of the bridge without having to sit right on the road. Over all better situation and value.


3 CP in NY June 10, 2008 at 6:36 am

I am sure many of the new PCB condo developments would have done very well had the town not allowed OVER development.

It seems so obvious that common sense and good business practices were abandoned when approval was given to SO many condos at the same time.

Again…poor leadership!


4 David June 24, 2008 at 12:36 pm

What are the “Issues” you mentioned in the article? Does anyone know?


5 Jason Koertge June 24, 2008 at 1:48 pm

The issues I’m talking about is that if you are coming from the beach, you have to go over the Hathaway Bridge, and do a U-turn to get to the condo.


6 Jeff June 26, 2008 at 9:18 pm

So much for absolute auctions. Looks like the developer was not so desparate after all.


7 beachgoer June 27, 2008 at 2:39 am

what do you mean by “not so desparate”. What were sales prices at the auction? weren’t able to attend.