Bristol Tower condominium

5 Miami Condos that take Upscale Living to a Whole New Level

Everybody knows Miami hosts an endless world of fun and entertainment all around its paradisiacal extent. White-sand beaches, a lively non-stopping nightlife, signature shopping, the most diverse dining options and an exquisite atmosphere of pure sophistication. But what only an elite few are aware of is that Miami offers a well and truly ‘high-end’ luxury condo living for those discerning investors who want to live surrounded only by opulence.

Today we want to show you 5 of the most attractive properties currently on the market which deliver the latest on signature design, fashion and décor. Get ready to be delighted by the world-class luxury Miami has to offer.

Icon South Beach Miami condo

Icon South Beach | This exclusive s-shaped high-rise was brought to life by renowned architect Philippe Starck and legendary developer Jorge Perez. The building rises 40 stories over the magnificent Biscayne Bay in South beach offering the most enchanting views of the water and the city skyline. Apart from delivering high-end features and fixtures like 9-foot high ceilings and expansive terraces, the building indulges its owners with sumptuous amenities including a state-f-the-art gym, a relaxing spa, two amazing pools and Icon Grill, an exquisite restaurant to delight your palate every single day.

Icon Brickell Miami Condo

Icon Brickell | You will find this exquisite architectural masterpiece set right on the edge of the Miami River. An ultra-modern residential enclave composed of 3 striking skyscrapers design by respected Arquitectonica and portraying matchless interiors, sophistication, and an urban-chic style. The buildings are enhanced with smart condo technology plus the most opulent amenities one can expect on an urban condominium; a stunning infinity-edge pool, a cozy coffee shop and a park terrace, just to name a few. Icon Brickell not only offers exquisitely designed residences but also the most spectacular views of the water and the city.

Gran Paraiso Miami condo

Gran Paraiso | This lavish piece of real estate is located in the sought-after North Edgewater neighborhood within close distance to the Wynwood Art District. The building affords overwhelming views of the waterfront line it delights its residents with stunning interiors by acclaimed Italian designer Piero Lissoni. At Gran Paraiso you will be pampered with a beach club dinning with culinary perfection, marvelous gardens & pool terraces by Enzo Enea and unique artwork throughout by Pablo Atchugarry.  Amenities include an incredible pool terrace, a gourmet restaurant and expansive golf courses.

Bristol Brickell Miami condominium

Bristol Brickell | With only 147 residences along its 40 floors, this exclusive address boasts to have incredibly large floor plans and prizes residents with comfort and seclusion. The tower is located on the southern part of Brickell Avenue overlooking Biscayne Bay which allows it to deliver expansive bay and city views. World-renowned Ugo Colombo and Luis Revuelta made sure to develop a resort-style condo combined with the most upgraded features including designers’ kitchens, large balconies, and private elevators. An expansive tennis court, a fitness center and a spectacular pools are just some of Bristol Tower amenities.

Murano at Portofino Miami condo

Murano at Portofino | With panoramic ocean, bay, city views, this is one of the most sough-after luxury condominiums in Miami. The building is located in the popular South of Fifth (SoFi) area of Miami Beach which is considered southernmost tip on the western side of the island. Murano at Portofino was designed by Sieger-Suarez and it features floor-to-ceiling magnificent glass doors to maximize the views. By living at this gorgeous development you will be able to enjoy twelve acres of beautifully manicured grounds, 2 beautiful lagoon-style pools were to relax and unwind, a luxury spa and diverse sport facilities.

 

  

 

 

 

 

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