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Luxury Real Estate Miami

Mansions at Acqualina

Life in the Mansions of Acqualina Neighborhood The mansions of Acqualina are situated in the communities of Sunny Isles Beach, South Beach, BalHabor, and Aventura. Nestled in the barrier island of Sunny Isles Beach, north and east of Miami, Mansions of Acqualina Condo enjoys the proximity of big city amenities and the serenity of small town life.

NINE Mary Brickell Village

Nine at Mary Brickell Village Located in the heart of Miami's dynamic Brickell neighborhood, Nine at Mary Brickell Village offers peerless access to an exceptional and growing array of dining, shopping and entertainment destinations. Residents also enjoy extensive personal services and expansive indoor and outdoor amenities, including an exquisitely landscaped one acre pool and recreational terrace as well as exclusive spaces for socializing.


Marquis Built in 2009, the Marquis is a 67-story luxury high-rise condominium situated at 1100 Biscayne Boulevard in Downtown Miami. Internationally renowned architecture firm Arquitectonica - the firm known for such engineering feats as American Airlines arena in Miami, Banco de Creditor headquarters in Lima, Peru, and what will become the tallest building in Miami, the One BrickellCityCentre - brought its expertise and creativity to bear on the glass marvel that is Marquis.

Defining Luxury: Convert That Old Dining Room

"Luxury" appeals to many different person as and personalities. What one finds "luxurious" another might find distasteful. Or what another finds "cheap", someone else might find "luxurious". While "luxury" certainly has a specific definition that suggests comfort, unique, and appeal, what one finds "luxurious" can differ from person to person.

3 Reasons Why Miami is the First Stop for Luxury Real Estate

Luxury Real Estate Miami When prospective home owners and buyers think of luxury real estate, what comes to mind? Hawaii, the Bahamas, or maybe Europe, just to name a few? Today, however, Miami is becoming one of the top ten cities in the United States that is known for its luxurious real estate.

Millecento Residences

1100 Millecento In typical style, the Pininfarina Group as chaired by Paolo Pininfarina has created a luxury residence that has both style and flair in the 1100 Millecento Condominiums located in the prestigious neighborhood of Brickell of Miami. This is the first project in America for this esteemed Italian designer.

The Beach Club Tower I

The Beach Club Tower I The Beach Club Tower I condo was the first building to be completed of the three Beach Club condominiums towers including Beach Club Tower II and Beach Club Tower III. Tower One is located on the southern most portion of the Beach Club complex and is situated in beautiful Hallandale Beach, Florida overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and its pristine beaches.

New Construction in Miami Real Estate

Since Miami is an up and coming location that is becoming highly luxurious and sought after, there are a lot of new construction opportunities that many home owners and business owners can take advantage of. In fact, Miami is even attracting some of the biggest names in the business world and celebrity world for new construction.

Porto Vita North Tower

Porto Vita North Tower Aventura is certainly a delightful jungle of luxury condominiums and general elegance. One of the many sophisticated high-rise in the area is Porto Vita, a thirty-story condo that offers a range of options from two-bedroom units to four-bedroom sought-after penthouses.

Peloro Miami Beach

Peloro Miami Beach With a planned completion date of late 2014, Peloro will be perfectly situated in mid Miami Beach on Indian Creek and the Bay, just minutes away from Bal Harbour and South Beach. Peloro features 115 luxurious units, surrounded by breathtaking bay and skyline views and is walking distance to the beach, directly across the street.

Miami Real Estate is Hotter than Ever

After the economic downturn beginning in 2007 and skyrocketing in 2008 and 2009, the housing market took a big hit. Many property values declined rapidly, foreclosures and " for sale " signs were happening everywhere you turned, and short sales were making real estate headlines.