Located just south of Collins Park on Collins Avenue is the Asian-inspired building of Setai South Beach. This building’s unique architectural design and incredibly high-stature has made Setai South Beach a staple in the South Beach condo skyline. Setai South Beach is a 40-story high building designed from top-to-bottom to provide an Asian Zen-like quality to South Beach waterfront living. This South Beach condo building not only has a chic ultra-modern design but also a long list of amenities and residential features that provides a high quality of living to its residents in all 163 units.
Residential features for Setai South Beach condo are stylish and include one-to-five bedroom floor plans, view of Atlantic Ocean, Biscayne Bay and Downtown Miami, nine-foot high ceilings, spacious balconies, high-speed internet access, Sub-zero refrigerators, Meile appliances, black granite countertops, Kohler fixtures, custom kitchen cabinetry, Whirlpool tubs and granite bathroom flooring. Amenities for Setai South Beach are 24-hour security, valet parking, concierge services, three ocean side swimming pools, 90-foot poolside bar, fitness center, spa services, gourmet restaurant, high-speed elevators and laundry services.
Miami Beach is separated into three different sections. The most northern section of the island has a lot more single family homes than any other Miami Beach area and is called North Beach. The central area of Miami Beach has high-rise condos on its coastal areas and inland single family homes; this area is called Mid Beach. The third section to the south of Mid Beach is the most popular area and has lots of waterfront condo buildings. This southerly area is known as South Beach. The three areas of Miami Beach: South Beach, Mid Beach and North Beach have their own unique qualities that create a wide range of appeal for anyone seeking Miami Beach living.
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