Another day and yet another new condo construction in Miami. The inventory of Miami Beach is about to increase with the tenacious construction of Park on Fifth. This 44-story luxury condo will be raised at 500 Alton Road with a welcoming location for visitors and residents of Miami Beach coming from the MacArthur Causeway.
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It’s not the first time we mention how climate weather is affecting Miami’s landscape. In our article “Miami’s great initiatives to combat climate change” we explained how Miami’s local government is developing new ways to reduce the long-term risk of flooding and stabilize the region’s economy. This time I wanted to explore a little deeper one innovative development that is reducing the flooding risk and is creating a cool trend at the same time!
For the past 10 years, Miami has been facing a speedy cultural development that hasn’t been fully followed by the rest of the World. That is why people improperly think that Miami is not a “serious business city” where you can actually go other than on vacation.
Miami is not only a “cool” vacationing location anymore. A strong cultural identity has been created and “developed” in the last decade. As a citizen of Miami, I have to say that I’ve noticed the whole path that Miamians have been following for the past decade. When I imagine what is Miami now, I have a large list of characteristics that top my head. Art, sports, entertainment, business, food, transportation, and those are just a few to mention. Nonetheless, that is not everyone’s opinion.
When you thought New York had it all, please consider that Miami at least has the weather and the standard of living that goes along with it. Developers have well understood such asset and work harder everyday towards creating the most beautiful and comfortable pads you could wish for. Who said slowdown?
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Renzo Piano is designing Eighty Seven Park, a 70-unit beachfront condo at 8701 Collins Ave. in North Beach. Apartments will measure roughly 1,400 to 7,000 sqft. American oak, Italian stone and glass walls are just some touches included in the pads’ interiors. But every condo will come with wraparound terraces from 15 to 25 ft wide that look out to panoramic vistas. You could also count a salon, a spa, a library and an enoteca for wine and food among lush green features: the lobby will hosts a leafy orangery and a permanent botanical exhibit with orchids and cacti. Read the rest of this entry »