(Newswire.net — October 26, 2015) Huntington Beach, CA — Noted central Florida realtor Shelby Norwich has recently announced several new property listings in the tony Lake Eola neighborhood of downtown Orlando. These luxury units are part of The Sanctuary, an upscale condominium development with extraordinary views of the downtown skyline and the lake itself. As to be expected, these three new listings are packed with amenities that are sure to tantalize investors and discerning urban dwellers alike. Features like high ceilings, granite countertops, a health and fitness center, and an elevated pool deck add opulence to an already stunning development. “The unit listings in The Sanctuary are high-end and very attractive,” says Shelby. “The magnificent views and prime location mean they won’t be on the open market for long.” To learn more about Shelby, visit .
For over 15 years, Shelby has made a name for herself in the real estate market of Orlando’s urban core. For six of those years, she has been named among the top 5 producers at the celebrated Olde Town Brokers realty firm, with millions of dollars in sales to her credit. Over her years in the business, she has been instrumental in helping revitalize the downtown neighborhoods. Prior to her entrance into the world of high-dollar real estate transactions, she served as the Director of Sales for both The Sanctuary and another luxury condo development called Star Tower. She was also one of the instrumental players behind The Waverly development.
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One of the top producers for six years running at the prestigious Olde Town Brokers, Shelby Norwich knows her way around central Florida’s hot real estate market. Shelby’s experience and passion for the vibrant neighborhoods of downtown Orlando helped her contribute to the development of several luxury condominium projects there. Her community involvement carries over to her interest in the arts; she has served on the Downtown Arts District Board for several years and is a fervent supporter of the Dr. Phillips Performing Art Center in Orlando.