Read the description and it says that it can go 65-72F for pseudo-ales with no sulfur production. Sounds promising.
I've used 2206 warm-ish, and it can get a bit fruity. But that's what I wanted in a BDG.
Without having used 2124 warm, I don't know how much fruit you'll get, but you should get more than at normal temps. From the description I read, it sounds like that's something you can use it for, and that normal ale temps aren't out of line for it.
So I'd say go for it and report back on your findings.