Brrrr, there’s a definite chill in the air as we move into fall. If you’re ready to escape the cold, here are some of the top properties to check out before you do anything else:
Murano Grande has redefined luxury in South Florida. This building has some of the largest condos available anywhere, while still delivering elegance, comfort, and modernity. Check out its high-standard amenities, spacious balconies, and features like spacious walk-in closets, panoramic views, flow-thru floor plans, and more.
Gran Paraiso can be found in North Edgewater, close to the Wynwood Art District, Miami Beach Bridge, and the shopping area in Midtown. The property is surrounded by conveniences, included a beach club and even a restaurant by Michael Schwartz. You’ll enjoy amazing views both during the day and at night, which you can enjoy from your glass-rail terraces or from the comfort of your couch as you gaze out your floor-to-ceiling window walls.
Blue and Green Diamond
Blue and Green Diamond is the tallest property in Miami Beach, and is made up of two tours, each featuring 315 units. Blue and Green Diamond are known for perfectly finished interiors and high-standard amenities, and have managed to combine these with spectacular views of the skyline and ocean. Residents can relax in two different pools, grab a game of tennis on the tennis courts, get a massage or beauty treatment in the spa, or work out in the fitness center.
Aria on the Bay
Aria on the Bay is located in a prestigious address, and all residences feature high-end features, flow-through layouts, and high-end finishes. The sophisticated design is apparent right at the entrance to the property, where you’ll see the awe-inspiring landscape and pillars. But where this property really shines is its resort deck, which features sunrise and sunset pools which overlook Biscayne Bay and the city.
Eighty Seven Park
Eighty Seven Park features 70 homes, and if you’re looking for sea breezes and natural light, you’ve found it. The ceilings are ten feet high, and the balconies and open floor plans ensure that you have some of the most dramatic views available in Miami Beach. Fixtures include stone countertops, Italian cabinetry, oak panels, integrated appliances, and more. This property was designed with South Florida’s tropical nature in mind, and features natural stone and grains to help bring the outdoors inside.