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Your Guide To Miami Real Estate
In the past 10 years, Downtown Miami has seen a mere 152 closed condo sales over $1 million. The most expensive closing, a 4 bedroom unit in Marquis Residences which sold for $4.2 million, followed by a 3 bedroom unit sale at Epic Residences for $3425,000. The area is new and coming into its own with the opening of the American Airlines Arena, Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, Pérez Art Museum Miami, and the Phillip and most recently, the Patricia Frost Museum of Science. Now, Downtown Miami is ready to supplant itself as one of Miami's premiere neighborhoods and pricing to live in the area is set to rocket up. Great buildings such as Marquis Residences, Ten Museum Park, 900 Biscayne, Marina Blue and Epic Residences, amongst others, already feature closings that have eclipsed the $1 million mark; but, a selection of new buildings including the ultra luxury One Thousand Museum, Aston Martin Residences, and PARAMOUNT Miami Worldcenter are going to quickly escalate that number.
One Thousand Museum
One Thousand Museum is a true architectural masterpiece. Zaha Hadid's last residential tower, the building is truly is a class of its own. The building is ultra-luxury, featuring a mere 83 units on land that is zoned for up to 550 units. Residences part of a limited collection of "museum-quality homes" that offer "an unprecedented level of service and amenities." Pricing firmly supplants the building for the elite as units range from $5.5 million to over $20 million and 4,600 SF to over 10,000 SF. The smallest unit in the entire building is a half-floor. The residence's floor plans offer "east to west" flow-through layouts, 12-foot ceilings, oversized terraces, private elevators, an 86' long great room, media den, family room, custom Italian Kitchens by Poliform, Gaggenau appliances, Poliform closets, Apure interior lighting, Crestron smart home innovation and exclusive interiors by Zaha Hadid.Amenities include a state-of-the-art fitness center, full-service spa, beautifully landscaped pool deck, private theater, sky lounge and art gallery.
Aston Martin Residences
Aston Martin Residences will truly be a building for the luxury enthusiast. This exciting project is located in the second lot on the Miami River, next to Epic Residences and One Miami. Units are extremely pricey, starting at $500,000 and range up to $7,000,000 for the "River and Panoramic Residences" part of the building, and $14,000,000 to $35,000,000 for the "Penthouses." The ultimate unit will be a triplex penthouse that comes complete with a private pool, helipad and Aston Martin Vulcan. The tower's interiors will feature lighting and handmade detail based on the car in addition to hand-adorned residence door numbers from the same jewelers that place the logo on the hood of Aston Martin cars. The building will features floor-to-ceiling glass with no visible concrete, including glass encased support beams. Sales just launched (Summer 2017) and it is reported that pre-sales already exceed $100 million in Aston Martin's first branded residential tower.
PARAMOUNT Miami Worldcenter
PARAMOUNT Miami Worldcenter is the largest building and community of the three, and will be the luxury residential centerpiece of the larger Miami Worldcenter initiative. PARAMOUNT Miami Worldcenter rise 60 stories and features 513 condominium units along with 450K SF of retail space and easy access to Miami Worldcenter, which will feature a plethora of retail, dining, entertainment, office space, etc. on their high-street retail concept. For those that want to live in the center of it all in unparalleled luxury, PARAMOUNT Miami Worldcenter offers their Penthouse Collection, 26 exclusive penthouse residences. The penthouses will consist of 18 large single-story residences and 8 two-story duplex residences. Penthouse Residences will range in size from 3,500 SF - 6,000 SF and come in 4 and 5 bedroom layouts; additionally, penthouse residences will range in price from $3.5 to $9.5 million. Penthouses will feature panoramic views, private elevator access, 10-foot ceilings, European kitchens and bathrooms complete with rain showers and spa tubs, as well as larger entertainment spaces. Residences also include chef's kitchens including 12-foot islands and the highest quality Gaggenau appliances including a full-size wine cooler and premium induction cooktops. The penthouses will be part of the tower’s four-level Skydeck, which is designed to look like the helm of a magnificent Italian super yacht and will feature its own sky view lounge, sunrise pool, observatory, infinity pool, sundeck and Tai Chi deck.