One day, when I get sick of long, cold winters, I’m going to move to Florida. Since this is on my bucket list, I tend to keep an eye on some of the best properties around. Here are some of my dream condos:
Murano Grande is where you’ll find more than enough space for comfort, along with all the elegance you could wish for. You’ll love the spacious balconies, residential features, and high-standard amenities here as well.
The North Edgewater area is lovely, and close to the Miami Beach Bridge, Midtown shopping area, and Wynwood art district. Gran Paraiso is located in this area, and provides residents with access to their very own beach club, along with Michael Schwartz’s restaurant. The views of the waterline can’t be beaten here, so be sure to check out this property if you’re looking for real estate in Florida.
Blue and Green Diamond
Personally, I love the idea of living in the area’s tallest building, which is why Blue and Green Diamond looks so appealing. It’s not just the height though, this building has some of the most incredible views around, and I can definitely see myself spending time enjoying the views of the ocean, Miami skyline, and Intracoastal. This property also has a variety of other features, including a spa, fitness center, two pools, and tennis courts.
Aria on the Bay
While all of the properties on this list are amazing, Aria on the Bay has that special something. Not only is the location impeccable, but Aria also has sunset/sunrise pools overlooking the city and Biscayne Bay, and the developers have paid attention to space, with the flow-through layouts. I’m someone who can be quite detail-orientated, but this property is all about the details, boasting the highest-end finishes available.
Eighty Seven Park
One of the reasons I’ve added Eighty Seven Park to this list? There are just 70 homes here- making it excellent if you like property. Created by architect Renzo Piano, it’s easy to see the influence in the architecture, design, and landscaping, all of which was designed with modernity in mind. The building incorporates natural materials like oak and stone, bringing a little of the tropical nature of South Florida inside. I can see myself lounging in the bathroom and cooking (gasp) in the kitchen in one of these condos.