A feature of luxury residential developments that offer spectacular views from every direction: whether you face north, south, east or west, achieved through flow-through residences and prime locations that appeal to buyers with different interests.
REACH and RISE, two sleek, luxury condominium towers part of Brickell City Centre, offers panoramic, sky-high views of Miami’s bustling downtown district harmonized with the nautical – unparalleled views of the Miami River, the tranquil waters of Biscayne Bay and the crystal-clear Atlantic Ocean.
Three Hundred Collins, offers residents a cool and contemporary retreat between city and sea with unmatched sites of the turquoise waters and satin sands of South Beach, as well as 360-degree views overlooking Miami’s bustling downtown scene. The modern retreat is a ultra-lux, boutique property conceived by NYC’s “designer for the 1 percent” Thomas Juul-Hansen.
Completed January 2017, Oceana Bal Harbour, a collection of 240 artful residences, sits completely parallel to the ocean in the elite enclave of Bal Harbour. Complete flow-through layouts ensure 360-degree views of the Atlantic Ocean to the east, elite Bal Harbour yacht club and bay views to the west and views of Miami’s intoxicating city skyline to the north and south.
With units priced between $3 million to $30 million, Oceana Bal Harbour offers resort-style amenities such as: a 24-hour concierge service, an upscale, gourmet residents-only restaurant, Ballerina, run by Starr Catering group, a world-class spa, valet parking, private cabanas, and a relaxation pool and Olympic-style lap pool.
Residents of the five-bedroom, four-bathroom 207W79 Penthouse at Anbau’s bespoke luxury condominium, situated on Manhattan’s iconic Upper West Side, enjoy panoramic views of the Hudson River to the west, Central Park to the east and the surrounding neighborhood to the north and south. The Morris Adjmi Architects-designed home features luxurious prewar design details such as floor-to-ceiling casement windows, which maximize the 360-degree views while retaining the architectural style synonymous with the Upper West Side, and parquet flooring, as well as modern conveniences like state-of-the-art appliances, an expansive rooftop terrace, outdoor kitchen and gas-burning fireplace.
Buyers of L’Atelier Miami Beach, notable interior designer Holly Hunt’s first-ever residential project have varying stunning landscapes to gaze on in all directions. To the North there are views of Allison Island, the architecture along Collins Avenue and the high-rises of Bal Harbour. To the South, find views of the historical Art Deco District and the towers of South Pointe shrine. The emerald greens of the La Gorce Golf Course contrast with the skyline of downtown Miami to the West, and to the East, gorgeous turquoise blues of the Atlantic blend seamlessly with the horizon.
Privé at Island Estates is anchored in the waters of the Aventura Intracoastal on the last buildable eight-acre private island in South Florida, Privé Island. Its location provides amazing 360-degree water views and views of the bay. The exclusive island is home to the two iconic 16-story boutique luxury towers each with 80 flow-through units ranging from 2,585 square feet to more than 9,500 square feet. The multimillion dollar homes are a collaboration of a local star team, including: developers Gary Cohen and BH3’s Greg Freedman, Daniel Lebensohn and Charles Phelan; celebrated architect Sieger-Suarez; and public spaces designed by Interiors by Steven G. Residences start at $2.1 million and the project is set for a summer 2017 completion date.
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