With the white-hot South Florida real estate market sky-rocketing, inspired developers are fostering the erection of new luxury preconstruction condos in Miami. These prospective developments are raising the bar when it comes to high-luxury living spaces and introducing the standard for future Miami Condominiums.
First is the 1100 Millecento coming to the buzzing Brickell district. The 382-unit residential building will be 42 stories tall and will be within walking distance from Mary Brickell Village. Its interior will be characterized by the design, exotic woods and Italian leathers of the famed Pininfarina design firm. A warm landscaped sun terrace and retail spaces will add to the inspired architecture of the 1100 Millicento, along with an exclusive 43rd floor amenities deck with Infinity pool, and much more.
Another new high-luxury residential tower, emblematic of contemporary and revolutionary architectural design, will be erected in 2016 along Collins Ave in Sunny Isles. The ground-breaking Porche Design Tower will be one of the world’s first residential condominiums to have large glass elevators that transport residents-while still inside their cars- to their apartments. Thanks to this ambitious feature of the tower, residents will be able to see their cars on display from their living rooms. Additionally, residents will discover the utmost pleasures of privileged lifestyles, enjoying amenities such as their own private swimming pools on their huge terraces, outdoor kitchen and sitting areas, and private elevators opening into the residences.
Lastly, construction has already begun on the Mansions at Acqualina, an expansion to the five-diamond Acqualina Resort & Spa. The Mansions at Acqualina will stand as the tallest building in Sunny Isles and the sixth-tallest building in Florida after completion. One of its units, the “Villa d’Acqua” is the 4,000 square-foot model representative of the rest of the standard 79 units, comprised of three to four bedrooms, 6.5 baths, a grand salon, several terraces, and expansive family room.
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