Miami Beach Luxury Condo Approved by the Miami Design Review Board

Miami Beach Luxury Condo Approved by the Miami Design Review Board

Mid-Beach has recently had a boom in desirability. Located between 23rd Street and 63rd Street, tit is he midpoint between Ocean Drive tourists and Bal Harbour. For more than two years, a bevy of restaurants, lounges, and redesigned hotels have been adding to the international buzz surrounding this area. It has become so popular it is attracting the attention of numerous starchitects, such as Renzo Piano.

An area this desirable will only increase in property or resale value. This world-renowned space is enchanting the real estate markets and generating international interest. Miami’s real estate muses have blessed some plans such as a case series of design changes for the 4000 Alton Road luxury condo project, approved by the Miami Beach City Board. Some of the changes will included a variance of three feet for a building by Ricardo Bofill Talier de Arquitectura, a Barcelona-based architecture firm.

The stunning building will be of an 88-foot tall, 162,395-square-foot transparent condominium developed by Mast Capital and house 78 condominium units priced at $900 and $1000 per square foot featuring a substantial pool and private elevators for the residents. Located next to the major north-south artery of Alton Road, in the heart of South Beach, the property will offer views of Biscayne Bay, Mid-Beach, and Downtown.

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Source: The RealDealMiami.com, “Mid-Miami Beach Luxury Condo Gets Greenlight,” Erik Bojnansky 2 September 2015