2625 South Atlantic Avenue,
Daytona Beach Shores, FL 32118
- YEAR BUILT …1974
- STOREYS …29
- VIEWS …Ocean, Intracoastal
- PETS …No
- PARKING …1 assigned parking in underground garage
- POOL …100′-long outdoor pool
- LAUNDRY…In unit
- SOCIAL ROOM…Yes
- OTHER AMENITIES…on-site manager, Sun deck, tennis court, handball/basketball court, shuffleboard, game room, library
- RENTALS…1 week minimum
Peck Plaza is a unique condominium building in Daytona Beach area. If you’ve ever visited Daytona area, you would recognize this building in Daytona Beach Shores immediately. This round oceanfront 29-story tower built by Ed Peck Sr. in 1974 was the tallest building on the East Coast of Florida north from Miami. And at 29 floors, Peck Plaza is still the tallest building in Daytona Beach Area.
Ed Peck Sr. with his family has developed quite a number of condominium high-rise buildings that dot the Beach in Daytona Beach Shores.
Peck Plaza offers 97 units total, 4 units per floor. The top floor is a 6,705-sq. ft. restaurant, called Top of Daytona. It occupies the whole floor and has a dedicated elevator. Imagine the 360-degree panoramas of Daytona coastline from there.
Assigned parking space in the garage under the building, additional covered parking, heated community pool, large sun deck, tennis court, handball/basketball court, shuffleboard, exercise room, game room, library. Peck Plaza has strict no pets policy. Minimum rental is 1 week.
There are one-bedroom condos (850 sf.), two-bedroom condos (1,275 sf.), and three-bedroom condos (1,700 sf.).
Washer/dryer hook ups in each unit. On site manager.
When built, prices were from high $40s for a one bedroom unit to low $60s for 2 bedroom units. With time prices changed, of course. You can check current availability and prices if you scroll down. Call me if Peck Plaza or any other condo is of interest.
It gotta be a good condo. How do I know? Simple. Developer, who built quite a few of them in the area, lives in this building. BTW, if you think that he has a penthouse unit, you are wrong 🙂