Located on famed Ocean Drive in Miami Beach, this Michael Graves building sits directly on the ocean at 15th St. Built in 1998, this is one of the few condo buildings that sits directly on the beach in South Beach. 1500 Ocean Drive rises 14 stories and has 112 apartments boasting incredible views of the ocean and the city. 1500 Ocean Drive is also only two blocks from Lincoln Road, the shopping and restaurant Mecca of South Beach. Continue reading “1500 Ocean Drive” »
200 Ocean Drive sits right across the street from the beach in front of the palm tree lined Marjory Stoneman Douglas Ocean Beach Park, a public park that will never be built upon, boasting great views of the ocean and the beach from the building.
This new pre-construction condo, Echo Aventura, is located on five acres of waterfront on the Intercoastal waterway. Brought to us by architect Carlos and interior designer Yabu Pushelberg, their first collaboration in residential real estate. Continue reading “Echo Aventura” »
Acqualina is a Mediterranean style condo and resort operated by Rosewood Resorts on Sunny Isles Beach that rising 52 floors directly on the Atlantic Ocean. Developed by Trump, the Acqualina is for someone who likes classic styling rather than some of the cutting edge design of its neighbors.
Akoya Condominiums has eleven units per floor. You would enjoy their floor to ceiling windows that would give you the perfect view of Miami Beach- the sun, the sand and the beach life that has attracted thousands of people to the place. You can get the best out of Miami while enjoying a coffee or a wine on your unit’s wrap around balcony.
Apogee is the most exclusive and elegant condo building in all of South Beach (or South Florida for that matter). This level of luxury, quality and design is extremely rare. Apogee is located at the very southern tip of Miami Beach in the South of Fifth area of South Beach on the waterway called Government Cut (where all of the cruise ships pass by to exit Miami’s Biscayne Bay).
The Bath Club on Miami Beach is directly on the ocean at 59th St and is at the higher end of the market in terms of quality and service. Residences feature spacious layouts, with apartments raging from 1,900 sq. ft. to almost 4,000 sq. ft., and most feature stunning views of the ocean through floor-to-glass windows. Continue reading “Bath Club” »
Boulan South Beach brings to life the combination of contemporary living captured within art deco architecture, redefining an urban lifestyle on a beach setting. Boulan South Beach is ideally located between The W South Beach and The Setai South Beach, an area surrounded by a superior and elegant lifestyle that offers world-class shopping, art, fashion, culture, nightlife and dining along one of the premiere beaches of the world. Continue reading “Boulan” »
Come home to Canyon Ranch. A fabulous white beach, a stunning entrance through the soaring lobby of a historic Miami Modern building, the warm smiles of our attentive staff, luxuriously appointed condominium residences and healthy living as a daily event: Welcome to Canyon Ranch Living® – Miami Beach, the ultimate healthy living community.
Set on more than two acres of prime waterfront real estate, Capri South Beach comprises three modernist structures housing sixty-nine residences, each envisioned down to the smallest detail. Expanses of Royal Palms tower over manicured landscapes, offering you a private oasis of green-space in which to relax and escape the urban bustle.
Contiuum North, completed in 2008 is the younger sister of Contiuum South which was completed in 2002. The Continuum buildings fall within the Top 7 condo buildings in all of South Beach. Continuum North and South lie on a 12 acre complex at the very southeastern tip of South Beach,. The complex features 1,000 feet of beachfront.
Contiuum South, completed in 2002, is the older sister of Contiuum North, which was completed in 2002. The Continuum buildings fall within the Top 7 condo buildings in all of South Beach. Continuum North and South lie on a 12 acre complex at the very southeastern tip of South Beach,. The complex features 1,000 feet of beachfront.
Cosmopolitan is a low-rise condo in the heart of the South of Fifth neighborhood. This is a great option for someone who wants to be in the heart of this great neighborhood, but doesn’t absolutely need an ocean view. The building was built in 2004, so the apartments have contemporary styling.
Luis Revuelta, one of the best know architect in luxury real estate, was the inspiration for EPIC’s 54-story condo tower. The building has a distinct waterfront location, along the banks of the Miami River where it joins Biscayne Bay. The area, formerly inhabited by the Tequesta Native American tribe, has greatly influenced the architecture and design of the property.
TIME IS RUNNING OUT TO ACQUIRE MIAMI’S MOST DESIRABLE RESIDENTIAL ADDRESS. It’s the developer’s final release. The epitome in luxury real estate, the last 20 Four Seasons Residences are now available for those buyers who understand and appreciate this rare and timely opportunity.
Gansevoort South Residences is a building on the ocean at 23rd St. and Collins that has been renovated to include both the residences and the namesake hotel. The hotel is the sister of its NYC hotel in the Meat Packing District and Conde Naste Traveler UK named it one of the top 50 hotels in the world.
The Grand Venetian is a very popular all-glass condo in South Beach that was built in 2002. The building features 135 units over 25 floors and lies Biscayne Bay on the way to the Venetian Islands via the Venetian Causeway. The Grand Venetian is within walking distance to Lincoln Road and near the Standard Hotel. Residences feature wood cabinetry and large usable balconies.
The Grosvenor was developed by Ugo Colombo who is well known for his high-end buildings (Bristol Tower, Santa Maria and Epic). The building has 151 residences over 32 floors and was completed in 2006. The buildings range from 1,595 sq. ft. to 7,061 sq. ft. The building is located in Coconut Grove, the oldest neighborhood in Miami that was formed in 1919. Continue reading “Grosvenor House” »