Ocean Park South Beach

Ocean Park South Beach will be a boutique project consisting of 10 thoughtfully-designed residences in Miami Beach’s exclusive South of Fifth neighborhood. The property is situated directly on Ocean Drive across from the Ocean and the Park, and features sophisticated organic interiors, expansive terraces and curated amenities for the chic yet relaxed South Beach lifestyle.

Units will come in two and three bedroom layouts and will range from 1,117 to 1,715 square feet. There will also be two penthouses with 2,393 square feet of interior space and 2,224 – 2,269 square feet of expansive terraces. They will have 12-foot ceilings, tower wine coolers, private spa pools on the roof, and summer kitchens.

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Building Features & Amenities:

  • Natural stone lobby entrance
  • 24-hour front desk concierge and security
  • Onsite, valet-serviced gated parking
  • Controlled access through keyfob
  • Views of the ocean and park
  • Lushly landscaped tropical outdoor areas
  • 36-foot pool with Italian designed poolside chaise lounges and umbrellas
  • Outdoor relaxation spa with Jacuzzi
  • Poolside summer kitchen and outdoor dining
  • Relaxation lounge on sunset pool deck
  • Yoga and meditation deck
  • Easy access to South Beach, the Atlantic Ocean and Marjory Stoneman Douglas Oceanfront Park

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Beach House Residences

  • Expansive terraces ranging from 267 – 597 square feet
  • Private and semi-private elevators that open directly to residence foyers
  • Open floor plan layouts with approximately 10’ ceilings
  • Floor-to-ceiling windows with approximately 10’ sliding doors
  • Light solid Oak wood flooring throughout residence
  • Poliform® kitchens with Matte Touch cabinets
  • Silestone Calacatta grooved water fall edge countertops and back-splashes
  • Wolf and Sub-Zero® appliances including: refrigerator, oven, microwave, dishwasher and wine refrigerator
  • Gracious closet space throughout all bedrooms
  • Dedicated laundry area with washer and dryer
  • Floating vanities with Marble showers, European-designed standalone bathtub and double-sink in master bathroom

Developer:

Multiplan Real Estate Asset Management was established by internationally recognized developer José Isaac Peres to pursue Real Estate development opportunities in the South Florida real estate market. Dr. Peres’ began developing in Miami Beach more than two decades ago with the luxurious Il Villaggio and presently they are building two of the beach’s most highly anticipated luxury condominium developments: 57 Ocean and Ocean Park South Beach.

Over the course of his fifty-year career, Dr. Peres has established one of the most renowned and dominant real estate portfolios in Latin America. He is the founder and CEO of Multiplan Empreendimentos Imobiliários S.A., the largest publicly listed Real Estate Company in Brazil and has completed more than 35,000 residential condominium units in over 350 project within Brazil and South Florida. Multiplan’s primary objective is to achieve quality and excellence throughout all of its projects with a strong focus on sustainability.

The project was designed by Revuelta Architecture International. The interior designer is Marcela Lombana and Landscape Architect by Gardner Semler Landscape Architecture.

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Lobby
Ocean-Park pool lounge area
Pool lounge area

Ground breaking is expected in the fourth quarter of 2020 with completion in December 2021.

Required Deposit:

The developer requires 30% deposits, with 10% of the purchase price due at contract, 10% at groundbreaking and 10% at top off. The balance is due at closing.

Pricing:

  • 2 Bedrooms starting at $2,050,000
  • 3 Bedrooms starting at $2,600,000
  • Penthouses starting at $5,600,000

Pricing and availability subject to change without prior notice.

Ocean Park summer kitchen
Summer kitchen
Ocean Park pool deck
Pool deck
Ocean Park pool loungers
Pool loungers area
Ocean Park sunset pool
Sunset pool

Click here for an e-brochure about Ocean Park South Beach and please feel free to contact me for pricing information.

Maria Lopez, Realtor
RE/MAX Advance Realty
(305) 467-0774
MLopez5020@gmail.com

 

Ten30 South Beach

Ten30 South Beach
1030 15th Street
Miami Beach, FL 33139

Ten30 is an exclusive community consisting of just 43 residences in studios, one and two bedroom layout ranging in size from 622 sq. ft. to 1,190 sq. ft. These residences offer an opportunity to live in the desirable South Beach area at an attainable price point with residences begin from the high $400,000s and monthly maintenance at less than $400. These benefits may attract a variety of residents, including local buyers looking to buy their first home, empty-nesters that are downsizing or those relocating from states with higher taxes.

Ten30 is being developed by Shoma Group, a Florida based developer with over 30 years of experience and more than 10,000 homes and condominiums. The interiors were created by Saladino Design Studios, with distinctive design that pays homage to Palm Springs and old Miami Beach. Organic elements such as luscious green walls and natural elements are brought together in perfect unison to create the ideal home.

Community amenities include:

  • Lushly landscaped rooftop pool
  • 6,000 sq. ft. rooftop deck with rose-colored pool, lounge and outdoor kitchen area complete with BBQ space
  • Yoga/Meditation Lawn
  • 24/7 Surveillance System and front desk personnel in art-curated lobby
  • WiFi enabled common areas
  • Outdoor lounge with organic elements such as luscious green walls
  • Pet-friendly building
  • Relaxation room

Residential Features:

Each residence is beautifully designed with the highest standards of quality and functionality and is delivered fully finished.  Additional features are as follows:

  • Bluetooth-enabled keyless entry with cameras and technology allowing homeowners to control their homes from their mobile phones
  • Energy efficient high impact windows
  • 10-foot ceiling heights
  • Concord white porcelain tile floors throughout unit
  • Chef-caliber Italian design kitchen with quartz countertops, backsplash and pantry
  • Samsung Family Hub stainless steel appliances with WiFi and Bluetooth featuring touch screen smart refrigerator
  • Extended islands with dining table (in select units)
  • Bright and spacious master bedroom designed with a unique open bathroom concept
  • Spacious custom designed walk-in closets
  • Frameless glass shower enclosure that opens to master bedroom
  • Spa-inspired master bathrooms with rain and handheld showers as well as oversized soaking bathtubs
  • Italian design vanities with front lit mirrors
  • Private balconies and oversized private terraces (in select units)
  • Nest thermostats
  • Residences come with covered parking and 1-2 spaces per unit.

Location:

  • Centrally located in the city of South Beach, putting you in the middle of all the action. From Ocean Drive to Sunset Harbor, there is always a new spot to discover.
  • Only two blocks away, Flamingo Park is the perfect park for outdoor activities, featuring multiple sports fields, an aquatic center, and a dog park.
  • The South Beach Boardwalk is just moments away and is ideal for a relaxing stroll by the sea while giving you easy entry to new destinations across the beach.
  • For quick access to the waterfront, the Miami Beach Marina is the go-to place for any water sport and boating need, great for a day out on the water.
  • For a night out, Lincoln Road is not only a perfect spot for shopping and dining, but it offers a weekly farmers apostrophe market featuring Miami’s finest independent business owners.
  • With the New World Symphony and Miami City Ballet only minutes away, you are always near a center for Miami’s fine arts, with plenty of jaw-dropping performances in store.
  • There is always something new going on at the Miami Beach Convention Center with one of the highlights being Miami’s Art Basel, a yearly event celebrating contemporary art and artists around the world.

Deposit Structure:

Domestic buyers may secure a residence with a deposit of 10% of the purchase price deposit upon signing a contract and an additional 5% due within 30 days thereafter.  International buyers can purchase with 30% down.

Construction started in October 2019 and it’s expected to be completed by March 2021.

Available residences are priced as follows: (Pricing subject to change without prior notice)

  • Studio, 1 bath, 622 sq. ft. interior, 1 parking space, $498,900
  • 1 bedroom, 1.5 baths, 714-751 sq. ft. interior, 1 parking space, $538,900-$609,900
  • 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, 1,190 sq. ft. interior, 2 parking spaces, $905,900 and $959,900

Click here for an e-brochure about Ten30 South Beach and contact me for pricing information.

Maria Lopez, Realtor
RE/MAX Advance Realty
(305) 467-0774
MLopez5020@gmail.com

Quadro at Design District

Quadro at Design District
3900 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, FL

Quadro at Design District is a 12-story, 198-unit new development in the Design District. The project consists of two towers that connect and share a sixth-floor amenity level, featuring a pool deck with views of Biscayne Bay and the Design District. The building also offers 26,300 sq. ft. of ground floor retail space. The residences can be rented short-term for a minimum of three nights, or longer terms, as well as be used as a vacation or primary residence.

Building amenities include cabanas, pool deck with infinity edge pool, summer kitchen, a club room, yoga and spinning rooms and fitness center.

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The units are delivered fully finished and move-in ready and feature Nest thermostats, keyless entry, Italian porcelain tile, open kitchens with stainless steel appliances and quartz countertops, washer/dryer, terraces with panoramic views, and ceiling heights from 9-foot on most condos up to 13-foot on select floor. The developer is offering furniture packages and color palettes for the units for a truly turnkey experience.

Quadro was developed by Alta Developers, and Behar Font & Partners were the architect. Alta Developers has about 2,000 units in the pipeline in South Florida, including projects in the Dadeland area, South Miami, Flagler Village and Boynton Beach, Onetto said. The firm co-developed One Paraiso, one of the towers at Related Group’s Paraiso district nearby, in Edgewater.

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Art with DNA by Francisco Del Rio, a Chilean artist, was commissioned to create and install more than 540 art pieces inspired by the ocean, including a school of goldfish installed above the valet entrance.

Building Amenities:

  • Located within the Miami Design District
  • Panoramic views of Biscayne Bay, Bay Point, and the Downtown Miami skyline
  • Porte-cochère entry showcasing sculptures in motion
  • Serene infinity edge swimming pool with panoramic bay views
  • Elegant lobbies & lounge area featuring avant-garde art installations
  • Lush patio deck with resort-style cabanas
  • Outdoor wet bar with summer kitchen & BBQ stations
  • Sophisticated game room and conference area
  • Poolside lounge with indoor kitchen & bar
  • State-of-the-art self-service pet wash facility
  • Air-conditioned bike room & repair station
  • Expansive club room
  • Electric car charging stations
  • Luxer one smart package system

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Pricing and square foot information:

  • 1 bedroom, 1 bath units range from 775 sq. ft. – 973 sq. ft. /72 m2 – 90 m2 and priced from $444,900 – $506,900.
  • 2 bedroom, 2 bath units range from 1,082 sq. ft. – 1,199 sq. ft. /100 m2 – 112 m2 and priced from $565,900 – $770,900.

Units can be reserved with $10,000 and contracts are expected to be ready in 30-45 days (April/May 2020). When contracts are ready, a 20% of the purchase price will be due and the balance of 80% at closing.

Monthly maintenance fee is $.87 per square foot.

The South Tower is currently available for sale while the north tower has not yet been released. There’s about 30 units already rented for about $3.25 per square feet, which comes out to about $2,500 for one bedroom and $3,200 for a two bedroom.

Units come with one parking space and additional parking is available via valet.

Location:

Quadro is ideally located in the Design District, within a few minutes of world-classs shopping and dining, Midtown Miami, South Beach and major highways. It is just a short drive to Downtown Miami, Brickell City Centre and Miami WorldCenter.

Click here for an e-brochure about Quadro at Design District and contact me for pricing information.

Maria Lopez, Realtor
RE/MAX Advance Realty
(305) 467-0774
MLopez5020@gmail.com

 

Natiivo Miami

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159 NE 6th ST, Miami FL 33132

Natiivo Miami will be a 51-story tower in Downtown Miami, situated behind the Freedom Tower. It is being designed by internationally acclaimed architecture firm, Arquitectonica. Units will be delivered fully finished and furnished and will feature spectacular panoramic ocean, Biscayne Bay and Miami skyline views.

Natiivo will offer 412 residences ranging from studios to three bedroom layouts and from 410 to 2,200 sq. ft. The units can be used to as primary residence or may be rented daily, weekly or any other term that’s convenient as there are no living restrictions. An onsite management program is available to help owners between rentals, with housekeeping, preparation and other services. Natiivo offers a new way to own, purposely designed, built and licensed for home sharing.

The development is situated in a prime location in Downtown Miami, close to the American Airlines Arena, Port of Miami, the Adrianne Arsht Center, PAMM Miami, Miami World Center and so much more. It is convenient to major highways, the Metro Mover, and the Virgin MiamiCentral, the mixed-used railroad station where you can hop on a high-speed train and travel between Miami, Ft. Lauderdale and Palm Beach.

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Building Amenities:

Natiivo Social, featuring 70,000 sq. ft. of building amenities, including:

  • Exotic resort pool with pool-side cabanas
  • Restaurant, bar and lounge on pool level with indoor and outdoor seating
  • 24/7 co-working lounge
  • Private meeting rooms and event room
  • Fully-equipped, state-of-the-art fitness center with HD TVs and wireless audio
  • Peloton studio
  • Yoga lounge and terrace
  • Kids’ play room
  • Steam room and sauna
  • Spa with massage treatment rooms
  • Gym locker rooms for men and women with showers and changing areas
  • Game lounge

Building Features:

  • Landmark building designed by internationally acclaimed architecture firm, Arquitectonica
  • Approved for short-term rentals / Spectacular panoramic ocean, Biscayne Bay and Miami skyline views
  • Double-height lobby with floor-to-ceiling windows
  • 24-hour welcome desk with MasterHost
  • 24-hour valet parking /24-hour secure access
  • Advanced technology smart-building with high-speed fiber-optic wireless internet access throughout common areas
  • Exclusive Natiivo app
  • Cutting-edge green building technology
  • Six high-speed passenger elevators with access control
  • On-site hospitality management
  • Curated street-front restaurant with outdoor dining terrace

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Residential Features:

  • Residences feature private balconies with panoramic ocean, Biscayne Bay, and Miami skyline views
  • Ceiling heights ranging from 9-10 feet
  • Owner’s closet in every residence
  • Floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors and impact-resistant glass throughout
  • Advanced technology Smart Building wiring for HD TV, multiple telephone/data lines and ultra high-speed internet access
  • Individually controlled energy-efficient central air conditioning and heating system

Kitchen:

  • Imported European-cabinets with premium hardware and drawer pulls
  • European style appliance package including refrigerator, oven, cook-top, microwave, dishwasher and sink disposal
  • Elegant imported stone countertops and backsplashes
  • Contemporary stainless steel under-mounted sink
  • Gourmet faucet with integral sprayer

Master Bathroom:

  • Imported European cabinets with premium hardware and drawer pulls
  • Elegant imported stone countertops and backsplashes
  • Rectangular trough porcelain sinks with dual faucets
  • Custom-finished floors and walls in wet areas
  • Frame-less glass shower enclosures
  • Premium European-style fixtures and accessories

Price Ranges (subject to change without prior notice):

  • Studio/1 Bath (409 sq. ft. – 505 sq. ft.): $355K – $400K
  • 1 Bed/1 Bath (540 sq. ft. – 687 sq. ft.): $450K – $490K
  • 2 Beds/2 Baths (916 sq. ft. – 1,071 sq. ft.): $670K – $770K
  • 3 Beds/2.5 Baths (1,373 sq. ft.): $970K – $1.2MM

Deposit Schedule:

  • 20% at Contract (Now)
  • 20% at Groundbreaking (summer 2020)
  • 10% at Top Off (approx. Nov 2021)
  • 50% at closing (approx.. 4th quarter 2022)

Monthly maintenance fee is expected to be $.85 per square foot.

Ground breaking will take place in Summer 2020 with delivery in Q4 2022.

Development Group:

Founded by Harvey Hernandez, Newgard’s highly skilled associates bring more than 50 years of combined experience in development, design, marketing and construction. Hallmarks of the Newgard approach to forward-thinking development include innovative luxury buildings in desirable, centrally located neighborhoods, pedestrian-oriented lifestyles and cutting edge amenities. Property designs reflect a commitment to relevant architectural detailing and the attitudes of residents and business users. Newgard’s dedication to quality extends to its professional construction team, ensuring superior attention to detail, exceptional finishes and timely completion. Newgard’s recent projects include: Gale Residences Ft. Lauderdale Beach, BrickellHouse, Centro and One Flagler, among others. For more information, visit: newgardgroup.com.

 

Click here for an e-brochure about Natiivo Miami and contact me for pricing information.

Maria Lopez, Realtor
RE/MAX Advance Realty
(305) 467-0774
MLopez5020@gmail.com

Yoo Residences at Metropica

One Metropica Residences Desinged by YOO2000 Metropica Way, Sunrise, FL

Metropica will be a master-planned community on 65 acres of land in western Broward County. When completed, it will feature 2,250 condos, 300 townhomes, 620,000 sq. ft. of stores, entertainment and restaurants, 3,600 parking spaces, 500,000 sq. ft. of office space and cost about $1.5 billion to build. Construction is expected to take up to 10 years and will be a city-within-a-city designed with pedestrian-friendly paths, offering hiking, biking and walking trails in addition to multiple outdoor play areas in a lush landscape.

Metropica will also feature the following amenities:

  • Retail stores
  • Restaurants
  • State-of-the art Wellness & Fitness facility
  • Resort-style beach club, with expansive infinity-edge swimming pool
  • Mini-soccer field and tennis and basketball courts
  • Movie theater
  • Kids Club
  • Central park with outdoor WiFi stations

The first residential building will be Yoo at Metropica/Tower 1 and will feature 263 residences in a 28-story tower. The units will come in one, two and three bedroom configurations as well as penthouses.

The residences can be rented out a minimum of 90 days, or 4 times a year.

Yoo at Metropica Building Amenities:

  • Zero edge resort-style pool
  • Outdoor Jacuzzi
  • Shaded lounge areas
  • Fully equipped 24-hour fitness center featuring multipurpose fitness studio
  • Indoor and outdoor treatment rooms
  • Indoor steam room and sauna
  • Outdoor area for yoga classes
  • High-speed WiFi throughout all common areas
  • Two full size tennis courts with spectator seating areas
  • Valet parking for guests
  • 24-hour concierge and security service
  • Full time maintenance staff
  • Guest Suite
  • Indoor club room with bar, lounge, catering kitchen
  • Game Room
  • Owner’s Social Room (Event / party venue)
  • Outdoor summer kitchen and dining areas
  • Outdoor game area
  • Kid’s indoor playroom
  • Indoor surround sound movie theater
  • Bike share and repair facility
  • Signature ‘Pet Respite’ featuring indoor pet facilities, including dog grooming
  • Climate-controlled storage facilities (available as an upgrade)
  • Reception butler
  • LED lighting throughout the project

Residential Features:

  • Each residence will be delivered furniture ready with options from two exquisite YOO finish selections
  • Imported porcelain tile throughout
  • Open floor plans with floor-to-ceiling impact resistant, UV protection-coated, high efficiency windows and sliding glass doors
  • Smooth-finish 9’ or 10’ ceilings in all living spaces
  • Spacious terraces with glass railings directly accessible from living areas and wrap-around terraces in all corner units
  • Spacious walk-in closets in all master bedrooms
  • Pre-wired for high-speed communications
  • 6” marble entry thresholds

Designer Kitchens

  • Imported porcelain tile floors
  • Premium contemporary Italian cabinetry of varying styles by YOO studios with
  • Quartz countertops and backsplash
  • Whirlpool stainless steel appliances, including counter-depth, French-door refrigerator, cooktop, oven, microwave and dishwasher
  • Oversized stainless steel zero radius square edge sink
  • Washer/Dryer included
  • Designer plumbing fixtures by Hansgrohe

Contemporary Baths

  • Imported porcelain tile in the bathroom
  • Premium contemporary cabinetry
  • Designer plumbing fixtures by Hansgrohe
  • Contemporary white resin top vanities with integral square edge lavs. and stainless steel frames
  • Double sinks in master baths
  • Oversized tubs and frameless glass-enclosed showers in select residences
  • Integrated LED lighting in master bathroom vanity mirrors
  • Powder room in select residences

Maximized Connectivity

  • Schlage Control™ Smart Deadbolt
  • CAT 6 Wiring
  • Leviton™ Media Enclosure for maximal wireless coverage
  • Leviton™ Surge Protective Receptacles
  • Digital (programmable) thermostat

Construction began in late 2015 and the first tower will be delivered in March 2020.

Domestic buyers may purchase a residence with 20% of the purchase price upon signing a contract and the balance at closing.  International buyers require 30% deposit and the balance at closing.

Prices range from $450,000 up to $677,000 for the residences. The three-bedroom penthouses range from $1,344,000-$1,533,000. Prices and availability subject to change without prior notice.

Monthly maintenance fee is $.65 per square feet.

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Buyer Incentive:

The developer is offering a lease back program on certain units, the 02 and 11 lines, which are two bedroom, two bath plus den. The developer will pay 10% of the value of the unit at closing (5% for each year, 10% total) and for two years, will absorb the costs of homeowners association, property taxes, rental costs and property management. This program is available for a limited time and can be discontinued without prior notice.

The Team Behind Metropica:

Every aspect of Metropica has been designed to the highest level of quality and aesthetic integrity by a team that is renowned internationally for their various talents and expertise. Tower One interiors by YOO and architecture by Chad Oppenheim are a celebration of tropical style for contemporary lifestyles. Landscaping by EDSA creates a lush paradise surrounding and connecting every part of the community.

Metropica is being developed by Metropica Development, LLC.

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Location:

Metropica is centrally located in West Broward County just a few minutes from South Florida’s major highways, including I-75, I-95, the Florida Turnpike, and 595. It is less than 15 minutes from Weston and the Fort Lauderdale Airport, and less than a half hour from the Fort Lauderdale beaches, Boca Raton, and Aventura.

Metropica is just west of the internationally-renowned Sawgrass Mills mall, the mega–mall with nearly 2.4 million sq. ft. of retail, over 350 stores and the Regal 23 Cinemas.  It is also a short drive to the BB&T Center, indoor arena home to the National Hockey League’s Florida Panthers

Click here for an e-brochure about Metropica and contact me for specific pricing and floor plans.

Maria Lopez, Realtor
RE/MAX Advance Realty
(305) 467-0774
MLopez5020@gmail.com

Una Residences, luxury residences on the Brickell waterfront

Una Residences will consist of only 135 condos in a 47-story luxury tower. Each unit will feature a private elevator entry, ranging in size from 1,100 to 4,786 square feet. Located in South Brickell, Una will be the first waterfront boutique building to be built in the neighborhood since 2004.

Una Residences Porte Cochere

Una takes its inspiration from the elegant shapes and materials of classic yacht design. Instantly recognizable by the sweeping curve of its dramatic silhouette, the building’s glass surface brilliantly reflects the dazzling sunlight, while the floor-to-ceiling windows take advantage of a coveted setting on Biscayne Bay. From a distance, the iconic tower is recognizable by the smooth, light-metallic surface and striking silhouette that recalls the natural shape of a wave.

Una’s setting in the scenic Brickell waterfront area takes advantage of the natural beauty of South Florida as well as all the conveniences of Miami. Direct waterfront access, walking paths, public parks, and bike routes make it easy to engage with the brilliant landscapes all around. A peaceful, idyllic residential neighborhood with a wealth of dining, cultural, and retail destinations, plus plenty of options for running, cycling, and boating, all just steps from Una’s front door.

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Designed by Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture, Una is being developed by OKO Group, in partnership with Cain International.

Una Residences will feature:

  • Unobstructed views of the Atlantic Ocean, Biscayne Bay and the city skyline
  • High efficiency and noise reducing floor to ceiling exterior glass
  • Three levels of underground parking
  • Three swimming pools including lap pool, family pool , and bayside pool and a Jacuzzi
  • Kid’s splash-pad area & kid’s room
  • Entire fourth floor dedicated to health and fitness curated by the AMAN group including yoga and personal training areas, his and hers dressing rooms, saunas, steam rooms and in door and outdoor massage treatment rooms
  • Movie theater
  • Catering kitchen and private dining room
  • Indoor and outdoor owner’s lounge
  • Private marina with boat slips for sale
  • Exclusive access to the Grand Bay Club in Key Biscayne
  • White glove services
  • Baywalk access

Residential features include:

  • Private elevators and elevator entries into each residence
  • Expansive 10-foot wide terraces with effortless lift and glide floor-to ceiling doors and glass balcony railings
  • At least 10’8″ ceiling heights
  • Chef’s kitchen with Gaggenau ovens, electric induction cooktops, microwave, dishwasher, and refrigerators/freezers
  • The master suites comes with separate his and hers closet and bathrooms
  • Utility room with full-sized washer and dryer
  • Flow-through residences with east-to-west ocean and city exposures on the top floors.
  • Two Penthouses, each with a private pool and 11’7″ to 12’4″ ceiling

Construction is expected in mid-2020 and completion by targeted to be completed by end of 2022.

Residences may be secured with 20% of the purchase price at contract.

An additional 10% will be required at ground break.  10% once construction reaches the 25th floor and 10% at top off. The final 50% will be due upon completion in late 2022.

Residences start from $2 million.

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Click here for an e-brochure about Una Residences and contact me for specific pricing and floor plans.

Maria Lopez, Realtor
RE/MAX Advance Realty
(305) 467-0774
MLopez5020@gmail.com

 

Avoiding Home Buyer Remorse: 5 Tips for a Happier Homeowner

The rush of excitement that comes with finding the home you’ve been looking for is ideal, but just because it seems like the perfect place, it doesn’t mean there aren’t other factors to consider. Instead of getting hit with buyer’s remorse, here are some tips so that your home purchase doesn’t become something you’ll regret.

Forget About The Competition

If you’re contemplating a house and happen to be dragged into a bidding war, it’s important to take a step back and determine if it’s really the right home for you. It can be easy to get carried away and up your offer, but make sure you determine what the home is really worth to you.

Take A Second Look

If you’ve been to a lot of home viewings and have finally found a place you feel good about, it can be easy to overlook the minor details. Instead of trusting your memory, make sure you visit the home a couple of times before putting in an offer so you’ll be aware of any major flaws you might have missed the first time around.

Visit The Neighborhood

The instant appeal of a home that seems perfect for your family can be unexpected, but it’s worth considering the neighborhood you’re going to be living in to ensure it’s livable. A home is one thing, but local amenities and an area your family feels comfortable will come to be equally important.

Avoid A Fixer-Upper

The kind of home you can fix up might make for a fun project for the DIY person, but biting off more than you can chew in an effort to save can be a mistake. A few small renovations may not be a big issue, but a home that needs a lot of changes will likely end up being more of a burden once the deal is sealed.

Stick To Your Purchase Price

Many people get so overwhelmed when they find a unique place to settle that their price point flies out the window. However, instead of making allowances for a purchase price you can’t really swing, keep what’s affordable in mind and be sure you don’t veer too far above it.

It can be exciting to find the kind of home you’re looking for in a center you love, but it’s important to pay a price that’s affordable and get the home you really want.

If you’re currently looking for real estate options in your area, feel free to reach out to me at your convenience.

Maria Lopez
RE/MAX Advance Realty
(305) 467-0774
MLopez5020@gmail.com

4 Negotiation Tips for Home Sellers

When you’ve already placed your home on the market, it can seem like the stress is over once you’ve received the offer, but the buck doesn’t stop there. Instead of being caught off guard when the time comes to negotiate, consider these tips that will assist in making the sale.

Rely On Your Agent

Once you’re at the point where you’ve received an offer and are unsure as to whether you should take it, it’s a good idea to sit down and discuss the options with your agent. Because a real estate professional will have plenty of experience with this part of the process, they’ll be able to guide you through what’s an acceptable offer and what you should pass on.

Sell Until It’s Signed

It’s very exciting to receive an offer on your home, but a verbal offer is not set in stone so don’t forget about other interested parties that are still in the mix. Since a buyer’s purchase of your home won’t be official until they’ve signed a contract and put down a deposit, make sure you to keep in touch with other potential buyers that might have an offer if your best option backs out.

It’s Not Just About Money

It’s great to receive the asking price you’re looking for, but there are many things to consider with the sale of your home. In the event that your home inspection has come up with a few maintenance flaws, you may need to adjust the price for your buyer. As well, it’s possible your buyer may not be ready to move in when you’re ready to move out, so be sure to consider any issue that may impact the final sale.

Don’t Hold On To Your Price

There are no set rules when it comes to price, but if you haven’t received any offers and your house has been on the market for more than 60 days, there’s a good chance it’s time to sit down with your agent. While it’s great to know all of the negotiation rules, if your price is set to high for the market, you’re not going to have the opportunity to get to the table.

There are plenty of negotiation strategies to consider when it comes to selling your home, but staying in the game and trusting your agent can go a long way towards a successful sale.

If you’re planning on putting your home on the market, reach out to me and I’ll gladly point you in the right direction.

Maria Lopez
RE/MAX Advance Realty
(305) 467-0774
MLopez5020@gmail.com

What Young Buyers Want: 4 Home Must-haves When Selling to Millennials

Many millennials are set to flood the real estate market in the coming years to invest in a home of their own, but what is it that this group of young people is looking for in their property? From sizeable kitchens to a sustainable ethos, here are some of the things that will likely appeal to millennials searching for an ideal place of their own to settle.

A Suburban Location

There’s something to be said for city life, but many millennials are actually flocking to the safety and comfort of the suburbs in the hopes of finding more economical options for housing. With real estate prices going up all over and seeing even higher spikes in city centers, properties that offer a better price and a good-sized space are becoming a more desirable option.

A Carpet-Free Living Space

There was once a time when homes were carpeted top to bottom and it was considered the must have look, but in recent years hardwood has become all the rage with its easy-to-clean ability and durability. While there are many risks associated with carpet and its overall cleanliness, the low maintenance quality of hardwood is making it an absolute must for many homebuyers.

Smaller Is Better

The oversized mansion with 3 extra bedrooms, 4 bathrooms and a huge yard used to be something that many homeowners idealized and aspired to, but with the rising cost of real estate and the awareness of all that goes into a home, people are shirking off this old world fairy tale. As opposed to sizeable estates, most millennials would prefer a space they can feel comfortable in and also maintain at the same time.

An Up-To-Date Area For Entertaining

Small-scale homes certainly feed the necessity for open spaces, but it just so happens that many millennials are also looking for great spaces for entertaining and an open concept kitchen achieves just this. Instead of four walls and outdated appliances, millennials want stainless steel, a lot of countertop space and a place they can comfortably hang out with their family and friends for hours on end.

Many millennial are currently perusing the market for their ideal starter home, but smaller homes with an open concept are often better when it comes to catching the interest of this group of buyers.

If you’re currently on the lookout for a great deal, contact me for more information.

Maria Lopez
RE/MAX Advance Realty
(305) 467-0774
MLopez5020@gmail.com

4 Tips to Staging Your Home on a Budget

Many people think that staging a home effectively is a matter of money, but there are easy ways to dress it up and make it shine that don’t come with a high cost. If you’re looking for some economical tips that will go a long way in making a positive impression, here are a few ways to get your home prepared.

Pack Away The Personal

There are certain unique features in any house that can have a positive impact on potential homebuyers, but personal items will actually make it harder for guests to imagine themselves in your home. For a cost-free save, ensure that you pack away personal mementos and pictures so that guests aren’t distracted by the details of your life.

Keep It Clutter Free

An untidy home will have an instantly negative impact on the perception of your visitors, so you may want to enlist the help of your entire family to clean it from top to bottom.

Instead of keeping papers and magazines that have been sitting around for years, sift through any coffee table piles and bedroom corners and discard all the things that will catch the eye too easily.

Take Out The Toolbox

If you’ve been postponing a few minor fix-ups like a damaged shelf or a loose door, now is the time to head to the hardware store and get these jobs done.

Potential homebuyers will be looking at every aspect of your home, and maintenance will figure heavily into how interested they are, so an inability to deal with the small details can cue them to a home they shouldn’t invest in.

Do A Deep Clean

Cleaning the house, especially a sizeable one, can be the bane of many a homeowner but there’s no other time that cleaning properly is more important than when you’re staging it.

While a dirty, dusty house may mean your guests won’t pay attention to your home’s best features, a newly clean home will provide visitors with a blank canvas from which to draw their conclusions.

From major overhauls to unique decorations that draw the eye, there are many great ways to stage a home, but making the small fixes and doing a deep clean are easy to do and don’t require a lot of cash.

If you’re preparing to put your home on the market, get in touch with me for a free consultation.

Maria Lopez
RE/MAX Advance Realty
(305) 467-0774
MLopez5020@gmail.com

3 Ways to Add Emotional Cues to Make Buyers Feel at Home for a Quicker Sale

There are a lot of ways you can effectively stage your home to snag the attention of potential buyers, but there are often a few extra things you can do to really engage the senses of your guests. If you’re hoping for an instant offer and are pulling out all the stops to sell your home, here are some ways you can emotionally engage with visitors to your home.

Carefully choose your color scheme

You probably already have a distinct color palette in your home, from the couch you’ve purchased to the tone of your paint, but that doesn’t mean you can’t spice it up with a few carefully chosen pieces.

Neutrals like white, brown and grey are a great place to start, but instead of letting the room speak for itself, add a punch of color – like bright pillows or a bold throw – that will add instant appeal and make your home a little more memorable. Just remember that it’s important to use colors and patterns that aren’t too bright, as these can overwhelm your space.

Remove your most personal items

Many homeowners think it’s a great idea to have a lot of personal items around to draw people into their house, but too many items like this can distract your guests and may even make them feel uncomfortable.

Before organizing your open house, ensure that you remove excess personal items like fridge photographs and frayed posters. Instead, stick with items like artwork or coffee table books which will still exude personality but won’t make potential buyers feel like they’re intruding.

Consider the sense of smell

The senses are often drastically under-appreciated when it comes to staging your home, but they can go a long way in getting a lot more interest.

Because smell can provide other positive cues that merely looking cannot, baking some cookies or muffins beforehand can be a powerful means of providing a great first impression and making visitors feels like they’re home. The addition of room spray or music may also mean potential homebuyers won’t mind lingering a little longer.

Successfully staging a home can be a matter of common sense but engaging a buyer’s emotions can go a long way towards making an even better impression.

If you’re preparing to put your home on the market soon, I’d love to be of assistance.  Give me a call at your convenience.

Maria Lopez
RE/MAX Advance Realty
(305) 467-0774
MLopez5020@gmail.com

The Essentials for a Successful Open House

From the cleaning to the organizing to the small fix-ups around the house, there can be a lot of minor details that go into staging a successful open house. However, there are a few essential items you should be sure not to forget about when you prep your home for an influx of potential buyers.

Choose The Right Time

If you happen to be selling your home in the busy season, it’s important to set your open house at a time that gives potential buyers room to breathe.

While weekends are a popular time for open houses, you may want to choose a day or time that is a little different from other homes in your area. This means visitors to your home will be able to take their time and really see the details that make your home distinct and worth a second look.

The Exterior Speaks Volumes

With so much cleaning and so many small maintenance duties, it can be easy to forget about the first thing that guests will see when they show up at your doorstep, the exterior. However, this will provide the initial impression so you’ll want to ensure that it’s a positive one. Before organizing your open house, make sure the lawn is cleared and cut, the hedges are trimmed and your doorway is well maintained.

Make The Marketing Count

If you’ve primed your home for your open house, it’s important to ensure your marketing efforts are up to snuff and will get people through the door. While your real estate agent should feature your home and some professional photos on their website, you should also consider handing out flyers to your neighbors and advertising on social media to reach anyone who might be interested.

Engage All The Senses

It might sound strange, but a house that smells and sounds good in addition to a house that looks good can actually work wonders in swinging a buyer in the direction of your home. While having a clean, clutter-free place is ideal, you may want to consider baking beforehand or even leaving a little music on so people will feel relaxed and right at home.

There are a lot of little tricks that go into a successful open house and it’s important to utilize all of them to get the best results.

If you’re putting your home on the market, let me know and I’d be happy to assist you.

Maria Lopez
RE/MAX Advance Realty
(305) 467-0774
MLopez5020@gmail.com

Why Home Buyers Should Hire Their Own Home Inspector and How to Choose One

When you’ve found the perfect home and you’re preparing for all of the final details to be sorted, there are a few important things that should not be forgotten about.

As a home inspection is among the last steps in the transfer of the home, here’s why it’s very important to find the right person for the job.

Assessing All The Elements

Purchasing a home is among the most important and expensive decisions you will ever make, and for this reason it’s necessary to hire a professional that has experience with how a home should function.

Because there are so many things that make a house run smoothly, the right inspector will be able to assess any major issues for you so that you’re not forced to pay a high price for fix-ups when the deal is already set in stone.

What The Inspector Will Look For

There are a number of things a home inspector will look at that encompass all of the main functioning systems of a house, and this should determine if your home will be a good investment for you. There will be items that need regular or routine maintenance that will be identified, but the most important issues like a cracking home foundation or mold can be a major expense.

From start to finish, a home inspector will be able to give you a written report of any minor and major issues that will help you determine the value of your investment.

How To Find The Ideal Inspector

One of the most important factors when it comes to the right inspector is experience, and no piece of paper can make up for this.

While your inspector should certainly have professional certification from organizations like the National Association of Home Inspectors (NAHI) or the International Conference of Building Officials (ICBO), they should have a number of years under their belt and have seen enough to know what to look for.

There are a lot of things to think about when buying a home, but finding the right inspector can go a long way in positively impacting your purchase.

If you’re currently on the market for a home and are considering your options, get in touch with me for a no-obligation consultation.

Maria Lopez
RE/MAX Advance Realty
(305) 467-0774
MLopez5020@gmail.com

 

3 Things to Consider Before Renting to Students

Whether you have a second property that you’re going to move into or you’re planning on being away from your dwelling place for a while, you may be considering putting your home on the market in order to boost your financial outlook. While students comprise one demographic that is always entering the rental market to scoop up available properties, here are some things you may want to consider before deciding on a younger renter.

Will Your Home Be Rented Consistently?

Many students will require a place to rent out since most of them don’t have the money savings or stable income to purchase a home, but if you’re doing this to make ends meet on your properties, renting to student may not be the best way. While some students may plan on hanging out over the summer, there are those who will be heading home in order to live with their parents and save money for the Autumn semester. A contract’s a contract, but a renter can always flee the coop if it’s inconvenient.

Will They Take Good Care Of Your Home?

From furniture to family mementos, most people’s home is pretty personal to them, and that’s why it can be of supreme importance to have a renter that will respect your home and take good care of it in your absence. While there are plenty of responsible students in the world, you should ensure before settling on anyone that it’s someone you really trust who won’t damage your house or wake up the neighbors every Saturday evening.

What Rental Price Are You Looking For?

If you’re trying to make financial ends meet with your property, you’ll probably want to charge the maximum amount you can while still having a renter in your home. The risk with students is that they may not be able to pay the dollar amount you’re looking for so that you can effectively maximize your investment. While this doesn’t necessarily mean you’re taking the financial brunt, it’s important to get the monthly amount that your living space can garner on the market.

There can be a number of downfalls when it comes to renting to students, but there’s also the possibility that you’ll have a responsible renter who will stick around for more than a couple seasons. If you’re currently on the market for a second home, reach out to me and I’d be happy to help you find the best option.

Maria Lopez
RE/MAX Advance Realty
(305) 467-0774
MLopez5020@gmail.com

5 Cheap Decor Ideas to Brighten up Your Bathroom

Due to their size and the amount of work it can take to renovate them, bathrooms can be one of the least favorite rooms in the house for many people. However, there are little things you can add to instantly improve the look of this space. Instead of ripping out the tub or repainting, consider the following decor items for a much-needed boost.

Pick a Plant

A plant that can stand the heat of your bathroom is an instant way to add a new and natural element to an old, underappreciated space. With the addition of a deep, rich tone of green that will provide a pleasant scent and a unique shape, this is an instant, economical pick-me-up.

Double sink bathroom

Add A Candle (Or Two)

Given the lovely scent that emanates from them and the dose of added color, candles can instantly change the appearance of a dram bathroom space. By adding one or two atop the toilet or on a cabinet, your bathroom will be a little closer to the spa experience.

Splurge On Fancy Bottles

If you’re a fan of beauty and bath products, there’s a good chance that you like to stock up on items like bath bubbles and shampoos; fortunately, items like these can make for a space that’s instantly appealing. The next time you’re at the drugstore, splurge on some beautifully packaged duds for some unexpected sophistication.

Replace Your Old Mirror

It may not seem like a mirror switch out will make much of a difference, but swapping out this stale household staple for a funkier version can completely change your bathroom. Whether you buy a new mirror with a funky frame or paint your old one a bold color, this will instantly revive the entire room.

Buy Some Colorful Towels

It may be a simple fix-up, but having a set of old towels hanging around can instantly downgrade the look of your bathroom. If your bathroom is a neutral color and you’re looking for a little dress-up, accenting with a set of colorful towels will instantly switch up the mood.

From the tiles to the tub, the idea of renovating a bathroom can seem like a huge undertaking, but there are little decor items you can add that will really change its look. If you’re renovating your bathroom and are preparing to put your home on the market, contact me for more information.

Maria Lopez
RE/MAX Advance Realty
(305) 467-0774
MLopez5020@gmail.com