Moving to Florida? These are the properties you should check out
There are many reasons to move to Florida- the nightlife, the weather, the shopping, and the many attractions that are within a short drive. If you’re planning to enjoy these benefits, you’re probably looking for an incredible property. Here are some of the properties you absolutely must check out if you’re considering moving to Florida:
Murano at Portofino
Murano at Portofino is becoming well-known as one of Miami’s most stylish condominiums. Not to mention, it features its own private beach club where you can enjoy the saltwater pool or grab a drink in the poolside cafe. The property was built in 2005, and enjoys one of the best locations around- in the SoFi (South of Fifth District) area in Miami Beach.
All 189 units boast magnificent views of Biscayne Bay, the Atlantic Ocean, and Miami Harbour. You’ll love the private elevator foyers which can be found in select residences, while the sunrise/sunset terraces are the perfect place to enjoy the panoramic views.
Echo Brickell can be found in one of the fastest-growing cosmopolitan communities in Miami. The development combines Yoo Studio’s interiors with Carlos Ott’s architecture, providing residents with panoramic views, opulent amenities, the latest technology, and high-standard services they’ll love.
Don’t miss the incredible suspended fitness center, the infinity edge pool, the spa, or the hot tubs.
Icon South Beach
Icon South Beach is an incredible high-rise which can be found on Alton Road. Here, form and function have been combined, delivering the most luxurious lifestyle with water and city views from every room. There are 289 residences here, and floor plans range from 1 to 6 bedrooms. All condos are packed with top-of-the-line features, including spacious walk-in closets, 9-foot high ceilings, European Cabinetry, and expansive terraces.
Apogee was completed in 2008, but remains one of the most luxurious developments in South Florida. Here, there are 67 residences, all with flow-through water and city views. All finishes are the ultimate in sophistication, and include materials like French limestone and granite. And each unit includes its own private elevator access.
South Pointe is a little piece of history in South Beach, and was one of the first luxury condominiums. Built in 1987, this condo has an incredible location, just a few steps from Ocean Drive, SoFi, and the Atlantic Ocean. The building recently underwent a multimillion dollar renovation, sprucing up a number of areas and making it even more attractive.