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Starwood Capital Miami Beach

Inside Starwood Capital’s New Miami Beach Headquarters

A sign of the times? Greenwich, Connecticut-based Starwood Capital has filed plans to build a new, expanded headquarters in Miami Beach, just across the street from one of their many successful projects in the area. This news comes just after CNBC published a report, stating that Florida could very well be the beneficiary of a mass-exodus from the Northeastern United States after President Trump’s new tax bill comes into effect. Those who will be most affected are high earners in high-tax states such as Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, and California.

Barry Sternlicht has long been an investment visionary, with successful ventures under the Starwood Capital name starting just after the Savings and Loan crisis of the early 90’s. The company also affected Miami in a positive way after the 2008 financial crisis, when Starwood Capital purchased the distressed buildings that were being financed by Corus Bank, which had not survived the times. Starwood Capital finished the buildings and sold the remaining inventory, and in my opinion, catapulted our rebound after those dark times. Those buildings included Infinity at Brickell, Mint at Riverfront and Paramount Bay in Edgewater.

Although he does carry out investments in other states, Mr. Strenlicht has become a fan of Miami Beach. He recently purchased a property at 2374 North Bay Road and had Kobi Karp design a new home base for him. He has now changed Miami Beach to be his office headquarters on his website and is designing a new main office base for his 3,800 employees. Naturally, all 3,800 employees will not work at the headquarters, but after seeing the plans they may want to.

The new office will be located at 23rd and Collins, just across the street from 1 Hotel and Homes, another of Starwood Capital’s successful projects. It will be 6 stories tall with ground-level retail and robotic parking in order to provide 305 parking spaces in the smallest footprint possible. This will allow for larger sidewalks and additional retail space for pedestrians. Inside the office portion, employees will enjoy 13-foot ceilings and 135,000 square feet of office space. A variance will be required in order to achieve the height but is likely to fly through the process. Gensler designed the project, which was presented to the design board this week. The plans can be found here.

With high hopes to be settled in by the time their current lease expires at 1601 Washington Avenue in 2021, Starwood is not slowing down. Last September, they invested $250 million into micro-hotel suites under the name of Yotel, which also recently announced its first Miami location. The Miami Yotel will be built just west of Paramount Miami Worldcenter in Downtown Miami and recently opened pre-sales with prices starting in the $250,000’s.

What do you think of these designs?

Starwood Capital Miami Beach

Starwood Capital Miami Beach

Starwood Capital Miami Beach

Starwood Capital Miami Beach

Starwood Capital Miami Beach

If you would like to speak with us about your goals to move to Miami or to change homes, we are always here to help. As your experts on the Miami Beach and Greater Downtown Miami real estate market, we can help you identify and close on your new dream home. Contact our team today.

Phone: +1 (305) 791-2349
Website: Miami Beach Real Estate Experts
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The Park on Fifth Miami Beach by Crescent Heights and Arquitectonica

“The Park On Fifth” Wins City Of Miami Beach Approval

Yesterday was a big day for Miami Beach. The ambitious and somewhat controversial project that was proposed by Crescent Heights at the entry point of Miami Beach from the MacArthur Causeway went to the City Commission for approval. If approved, “The Park On Fifth” would change the way visitors view the city as they enter as well as change the way residents interact in the neighborhood.

The currently blighted vacant lots are an eyesore for people who arrive to Miami Beach and it is always noted that traffic is a nightmare at that intersection. People who live in South West Avenue are secluded, and South of Fifth is closed off to the rest of the island. The Park on Fifth offers a solution to all of these problems.

Last month, we posted an overview of the proposed project. Once constructed, residents and visitors will have a new 3-acre park at the entry point to Miami Beach. The park will feature a dog park area, children’s play area, jogging trail, workout area and plenty of observation areas. It will be elevated, reminiscent to New York’s High Line, which will also allow for an additional lane of traffic along Alton Road and a small retail center below the park. In exchange for providing the park, Crescent Heights requested approval of a 500-foot residential tower on the 500 Block of Alton Road.

Throughout the day yesterday, the developer and residents voiced their opinions both for and against the project. While the majority of the feedback was in favor of the development, a few residents were concerned with the aesthetics of the parking structure as well as the rental restrictions. Most were in favor of restricting rentals of less than 1 month, but that item will have to be addressed at a later date as time ran out on yesterday’s hearing.

In the end, the commission voted to approve the project in order to activate the site that has been an eyesore since 2004. It is in the best interest of the residents to have a park and additional retail in the area, plus the pedestrian flyover to connect South of Fifth to the rest of Miami Beach.

It was a good day.


Prive Island Miami Condos

Prive Offers Private Island Penthouse Living for $5.9M

Prive Island Miami Condos

Prive Island Penthouse Layout

If you have ever dreamed of living on a full-service private island with a rooftop pool, look no further than the Prive Penthouse. A short drive down Island Estates Drive on Williams Island will dead-end into your opulent destination, Prive Island, which opened in the summer of 2018.

The twin 16-story towers each contain 80 homes with private elevators and flow-through layouts, which are currently 85% pre-sold. The crown jewel of these residences is the penthouse collection, with each penthouse featuring a rooftop pool and garden overlooking the water. Although four penthouses remain, today I would like to feature Penthouse 06, as it has received a price reduction of over $600,000 this week, down to $5.9 million. Until this September, the penthouse was priced at $8.5 million.

With over 4,750 square feet of interior space, the new listing price represents just $1,240/square foot of interior space, which is really a great price for a penthouse on a private island! Inside the apartment, owners enjoy 15-foot ceilings as well as skyline and water views from all rooms. There are 5 full bedrooms and 6 baths with a powder room for guests and a service suite. Outside, there is a 3,280 square foot terrace with a full-sized rooftop pool that is private to the residence as well as a summer kitchen.

On the island, owners have access to a private marina for yachts up to 150-feet in length, and expansive pool deck with sunrise and sunset views, a jogging trail around the island and a lighted tennis court. Inside the amenity center, residents have access to a two-story 10,000 square foot gym/spa with a view of the toddler play room, a private dining room with catering kitchen, wine cellar and tasting room, cigar lounge and a business center. A handful of guest suites are available for purchase on this level, however these are an upgrade to an already-purchased apartment. They are not available to the general public.

Aside from the penthouse units, tower residences are available between $2.1 million and $3.6 million, or for a shorter commitment, they are available to rent for $11,250 to $16,500 per month. The prices do change frequently, so if you are interested in a tour or more specifics about the property, just let us know.

As your experts on the Williams Island/Prive Island real estate market, we can help you identify and close on your new dream home. Contact our team today.

Phone: +1 (305) 791-2349
Website: Miami Beach Real Estate Experts
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Ritz Carlton Sunny Isles Condos

Ritz Carlton Sunny Isles Tops Off At 52 Stories

The new crown jewel of Sunny Isles Beach, The Ritz Carlton Sunny Isles, has topped off at 52 elegant floors and anticipated to open at the end of 2019.

Designed by Arquitectonica and developed in a partnership between Chateau Group and Fortune International, the new super-luxury residence offers 250 linear feet of private beach, interiors by Michele Bonan and spacious floorplans boasting ocean, city and Intracoastal views. There will be 207 total residences ranging from 1,605 square feet to 3,640 square feet and 4 penthouses that span up to 7,688 square feet. Although the property will be managed by The Ritz Carlton Hotel Company, it will be 100% residential with no hotel component on site.

The Ritz Carlton Sunny Isles Amenities

As residents arrive to The Ritz Carlton Sunny Isles in the grand porte-cochere, they will be greeted by an impressive 2 story lobby backed by a 4 story glass wall overlooking the pool and Miami Beach sand. The 24-hour doorman is available to assist with anything the residents need including arrival preparations and stocking the kitchen, wake-up calls, sommelier, and personal shopping. There is even fuel delivery service so that your car is ready to go when you arrive and you do not have to lift a finger before getting to the fun that Miami Beach has to offer.

On the 33rd level, owners will find the private Club Level Amenities. There is a lounge, bar area, private dining area, business center, and library as well as a theater. Eight guests suites are available to be booked by owners for their guests.

Outdoors, residents will enjoy private beach access with cabanas, lounges, and umbrellas. The beach restaurant will offer pool and beach service or delivery to the residence. The infinity pool offers a seamless connection from the building to the ocean with an outdoor massage area, two jacuzzis and a second pool for laps. The children’s play area offers a splash pad and an indoor section.

Inside the apartments, no detail has been overlooked. Each residence has a private elevator and a separate service elevator. The kitchens are outfitted with Gaggenau appliances including a wine cooler and cappuccino maker. Italian-designed Caesarstone quartz countertops create an elegant look and 10-foot ceilings give an open and airy feel (penthouse units are upgraded to 13-foot ceilings).

Aside from the upgrade of ceiling height, the penthouse residences include expanded terraces that range from 2,000-4,000 square feet, private pools, service quarters and 360-degree views. The upper penthouse has an impressive 60-foot tall glass wall in the main living area!

Although the building has been very popular with buyers, a handful of ownership opportunities remain. Two bedroom plans start at $2.6 million up to $3 million, three bedroom plans range from $4 million to $4.9 million and four bedroom layouts with staff quarters are $5 million to $5.5 million. Remaining penthouses are priced by request.

If you are interested in a tour or more specifics about the property, just let us know.

As your experts on the Sunny Isles Beach real estate market, we can help you identify and close on your new dream home. Contact our team today.

Phone: +1 (305) 791-2349
Website: Miami Beach Real Estate Experts
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Ritz Carlton Sunny Isles Condos

Ritz Carlton Sunny Isles Condos

Ritz Carlton Sunny Isles Condos

Ritz Carlton Sunny Isles Condos

Ritz Carlton Sunny Isles Condos

Ritz Carlton Sunny Isles Condos

Ritz Carlton Sunny Isles Condos

Ritz Carlton Sunny Isles Condos

Ritz Carlton Sunny Isles Condos

Ritz Carlton Sunny Isles Condos

Ritz Carlton Sunny Isles Condos

Ritz Carlton Sunny Isles Condos

Ritz Carlton Sunny Isles Condos

Ritz Carlton Sunny Isles Condos

Ritz Carlton Sunny Isles Condos

Ritz Carlton Sunny Isles Condos

Ritz Carlton Sunny Isles Condos

Ritz Carlton Sunny Isles Condos

Ritz Carlton Sunny Isles Condos

Ritz Carlton Sunny Isles Condos

Ritz Carlton Sunny Isles Condos

Inside Eighty-Seven Park by Renzo Piano in Surfside, FL.

Eighty-Seven Park by Renzo Piano Tops Off

One of the most unique boutique buildings in Miami Beach, Eighty-Seven Park, has topped off and is slated for completion in 2019.

Designed by the Pritsker Prize-winning Renzo Piano, Eighty-Seven Park will bring a new level of luxury to the Surfside/Bal Harbour area. The building has 18 floors and just 70 residences overlooking the 35-acre North Shore Park and the Atlantic Ocean. It is located on the northernmost lot in Surfside, so is still incredibly close to Bal Harbour. One of the aspects I love most about the building is that residents will enjoy the public park to the south as well as a private park to the north, giving an atmosphere of serenity while still offering all of the services a luxurious building of this caliber should offer. There is no other location in Miami like 8701 Collins, which is where 87 Park earned its name.

Inside the development, residents of 87 Park will enjoy butler service, 24-hour concierge and security, beach service and a program director. There will be an on-site botanist to ensure that the lush greenery in the common areas is curated perfectly depending upon the seasons.

While socializing with the small group of neighbors, residents can enjoy two oceanfront pools with cabanas, on-site salon, wine bar, a business center, and private picnics in the park. The Fugo Bar on-site will offer cold-pressed juices and organic food and each resident will receive a key to the private park just north of the building, similar to the coveted luxury buildings in New York City surrounding Gramercy Park. The private park will be outfitted by the same designers who built Governor’s Island in New York.

Inside the apartments, residents will have floor to ceiling glass walls with sweeping views of the beach and park and telescopic doors that allow the sea breeze to flow through the apartment on beautiful 75-degree winter days. The kitchens are finished with Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances and buyers have their choice of an array of natural oak plank floorings, or natural stones.

Given that the building is nestled between two parks and the ocean, Mr. Piano has designed the terrace to appear as though they float over the sea & park. Depending upon the layout, some of the terraces even add an additional 75% to the square footage of the home.

As of today, the project is 80% sold with buyers including Michael Huffington, the Conde Nast family and tennis star Novak Djokovic. You can become a neighbor as well. Although the project is nearly sold out, a nice mix of layouts are available including 2 bedroom plans from $3.1 million up to the $45 million multi-level penthouse. Please let us know if you would like to speak about a specific floor plan or view. We are always here to help. In the meantime, you can browse the floorplans here as well as the photos and video below.

The lobby of 87 Park in Surfside.

The lobby of 87 Park in Surfside.

The juice bar at 87 Park in Surfside Florida.

The juice bar at 87 Park in Surfside Florida.

Inside Eighty-Seven Park by Renzo Piano in Surfside, FL.

Inside Eighty-Seven Park by Renzo Piano in Surfside, FL.

Inside Eighty-Seven Park by Renzo Piano in Surfside, FL.

Inside Eighty-Seven Park by Renzo Piano in Surfside, FL.

Inside Eighty-Seven Park by Renzo Piano in Surfside, FL.

Inside Eighty-Seven Park by Renzo Piano in Surfside, FL.

Inside Eighty-Seven Park by Renzo Piano in Surfside, FL.

Inside Eighty-Seven Park by Renzo Piano in Surfside, FL.

Inside Eighty-Seven Park by Renzo Piano in Surfside, FL.

Inside Eighty-Seven Park by Renzo Piano in Surfside, FL.

Inside Eighty-Seven Park by Renzo Piano in Surfside, FL.

Inside Eighty-Seven Park by Renzo Piano in Surfside, FL.

Inside Eighty-Seven Park by Renzo Piano in Surfside, FL.

Inside Eighty-Seven Park by Renzo Piano in Surfside, FL.

Inside Eighty-Seven Park by Renzo Piano in Surfside, FL.

Inside Eighty-Seven Park by Renzo Piano in Surfside, FL.

Inside Eighty-Seven Park by Renzo Piano in Surfside, FL.

Inside Eighty-Seven Park by Renzo Piano in Surfside, FL.

Inside Eighty-Seven Park by Renzo Piano in Surfside, FL.

Inside Eighty-Seven Park by Renzo Piano in Surfside, FL.

Inside Eighty-Seven Park by Renzo Piano in Surfside, FL.

Inside Eighty-Seven Park by Renzo Piano in Surfside, FL.

Inside Eighty-Seven Park by Renzo Piano in Surfside, FL.

Inside Eighty-Seven Park by Renzo Piano in Surfside, FL.

Inside Eighty-Seven Park by Renzo Piano in Surfside, FL.

Inside Eighty-Seven Park by Renzo Piano in Surfside, FL.

Inside Eighty-Seven Park by Renzo Piano in Surfside, FL.

Inside Eighty-Seven Park by Renzo Piano in Surfside, FL.

Inside Eighty-Seven Park by Renzo Piano in Surfside, FL.

Inside Eighty-Seven Park by Renzo Piano in Surfside, FL.

Inside Eighty-Seven Park by Renzo Piano in Surfside, FL.

Inside Eighty-Seven Park by Renzo Piano in Surfside, FL.

Inside Eighty-Seven Park by Renzo Piano in Surfside, FL.

Inside Eighty-Seven Park by Renzo Piano in Surfside, FL.

Inside Eighty-Seven Park by Renzo Piano in Surfside, FL.

Inside Eighty-Seven Park by Renzo Piano in Surfside, FL.

Inside Eighty-Seven Park by Renzo Piano in Surfside, FL.

Inside Eighty-Seven Park by Renzo Piano in Surfside, FL.

Inside Eighty-Seven Park by Renzo Piano in Surfside, FL.

Inside Eighty-Seven Park by Renzo Piano in Surfside, FL.

Inside Eighty-Seven Park by Renzo Piano in Surfside, FL.

Inside Eighty-Seven Park by Renzo Piano in Surfside, FL.

Learn more about other luxury condo buildings near 87 Park:

St Regis Bal Harbour

Fendi Chateau

Surf Club Four Seasons Residences

Oceana Bal Harbour

Fisher Island Palazzo del Sol Caroline Wozniacki

Fisher Island Condo Welcomes Caroline Wozniacki & David Lee

Could it be that Caroline Wozniacki and David Lee are anticipating the pitter-patter of little athletically-gifted feet in the near future? Judging from the size of their new $13.5 million condo at Palazzo del Sol on exclusive Fisher Island, that certainly could be the case.

The betrothed sports stars have been quiet about when their wedding date may be, but have emerged as the buyers of this 10,000+ square foot opulent new home with 5 full bedrooms, 5 bathrooms and expansive terraces. Over 2,500 square feet of terraces wrap around the apartment, offering six additional outdoor living areas with views of the Biscayne Bay, South Beach, Port of Miami, Miami Skyline as well as the Fisher Island Golf Club.

It may seem presumptuous that we would anticipate little basketball/tennis prodigies so soon, but the famous couple did mention their intentions for a family to Hamptons Magazine in August of this year.

“Looking to the future for me, I hope to be known as not only an athlete but, once I have a family, also as someone who raised her kids to be good people. That would be amazing,” Wozniacki told Hamptons Magazine in an exclusive interview.

Wozniacki has been settled on the island for several years already, enjoying a slew of amenities including both clay and grass tennis courts to practice on. Regarding the tennis courts and the Fisher Island lifestyle, she told Hamptons Magazine, “They named the hard courts after me—that was such a great honor. I love Fisher Island. It’s so safe and there’s so much going on. You see generations that have lived there forever: kids, parents, grandparents. You’re so close to the buzz and the restaurants [of Miami], but at the same time, when you’re there you feel so relaxed and calm. It’s an amazing place. Mostly we stay at home, but if we’re really adventurous, we’ll go to Milos or Soho House. We like the laid-back lifestyle.”

If they do expand their family in the near future, the kids will enjoy a private beach, an aviary with flamingos, parrots, peacocks and all sorts of other tropical birds, a private school and a host of restaurants. Palazzo del Sol, where their new home is located, also has an amazing children’s play area with an indoor treehouse.

On top of being sports pros, it seems the power couple is also skilled in matters of business. They were able to negotiate a discount of over 20% on their purchase. The property had originally been listed for $17.4 Million. Remaining purchase opportunities range from $7.3 million to $20.2 million, depending upon the individual layout of the apartments and individual amenities offered. Some have private rooftop pools, some have private bayfront pools, among other perks. If you would like more specifics, do not hesitate to reach out. We are happy to help.

Here are more photos of Caroline & David’s new home:

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Inside the 5 bedroom Fisher Island condo recently purchased by Caroline Wozniacki

Fisher Island Palazzo del Sol Caroline Wozniacki

Inside the 5 bedroom Fisher Island condo recently purchased by Caroline Wozniacki

Fisher Island Palazzo del Sol Caroline Wozniacki

Inside the 5 bedroom Fisher Island condo recently purchased by Caroline Wozniacki

Fisher Island Palazzo del Sol Caroline Wozniacki

Inside the 5 bedroom Fisher Island condo recently purchased by Caroline Wozniacki

Fisher Island Palazzo del Sol Caroline Wozniacki

Inside the 5 bedroom Fisher Island condo recently purchased by Caroline Wozniacki

Fisher Island Palazzo del Sol Caroline Wozniacki

Inside the 5 bedroom Fisher Island condo recently purchased by Caroline Wozniacki

 

Crescent Heights Alton Road Park Developent The Park on Fifth

Crescent Heights Introduces “The Park On Fifth”

The intersection of Fifth Street and Alton Road on Miami Beach has been plagued with problems for some time now, traffic just being one of them. With the King Tides arriving again this weekend, we are reminded that flood management is another. If you drive through the intersection (or sit there for a while, as the case may be), you will notice an enormous vacant lot with a blighted shell of a building. Well, we have great news! Crescent Heights and Arquitectonica have unveiled a plan for this lot that solves a host of problems while making this intersection beautiful again!

The actual neighborhood that the park is located in is West Avenue. It is home to buildings such as Bentley Bay, The Mirador, Mondrian as well as the local Whole Foods and a host of restaurants and coffee shops. It is just across the street from Icon South Beach, the entrance to South of Fifth. In recent years, the area has become impossible to navigate and an eyesore. This causes potential new neighbors to shy away from the area. Crescent Heights plans to activate the area with an intelligently designed 3-acre park, a single 44-story tower designed by Arquitectonica, and street-level retail.

Eager to earn LEED certification from the US Green Building Council, Crescent Heights has designed the park to offer sustainable landscaping and public art. These will be elevated in order to maximize the park area while alleviating traffic by allowing for an additional lane of traffic that feeds from Alton Road to the MacArthur Causeway. There will be an onsite parking structure that is accessible from each side of the development, electric car charging stations, bike storage, and car and bike-sharing options that have recently become popular. To top it off, they are also building a pedestrian bridge to connect the development to South of Fifth.

Crescent Heights partnered with Arquitectonica to design a tower that would also highlight the Miami Beach skyline as you enter via the MacArthur Causeway. Prices and details of the residential units have not yet been released, but we will be sure to fill you in as soon as they are. In the meantime, what do you think of the design?

The Park on Fifth Miami Beach by Crescent Heights and Arquitectonica

The Park on Fifth Miami Beach by Crescent Heights and Arquitectonica

The Park on Fifth Miami Beach by Crescent Heights and Arquitectonica

The Park on Fifth Miami Beach by Crescent Heights and Arquitectonica

 

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Three tips when considering purchasing an investment property in Miami Beach

Purchasing an investment property in Miami Beach?

Investing in property in Miami Beach is a great move right now. Luxury condominiums are on the rise and nowhere is selling better than Miami Beach. But with all the buzz comes a lot of competition. It is important to be prepared and know as much as you can about the market before you enter one as competitive as the Miami Beach market. If you are looking to invest, we’ve put together three tips for you to consider when purchasing an investment in property in Miami Beach.

1) Know when to rent and when to sell

This is choice is pretty much up to what is best for you, but there are a few things to consider when you are deciding whether to rent a Miami Beach property out or to invest to sell. When investing to resell, it is best to improve the property as quickly as possible and sell as quickly as possible. With all the competition in Miami real estate, your property value has to increase and it has to increase fast in order to make maximum profit. When renting a property out, it is important to think in the long term. Location becomes much more important when renting a property out vs. selling it. Knowing what neighborhoods are booming and what type of locations are popular now and into the future is an important part of your investment. Follow this ways to buy a real estate property 

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2.) Know the Laws

Many people are unsure about local Miami law regarding property rentals. Airbnb is one of the largest companies for listing vacation rentals, but it is illegal in Miami Beach without the proper measures and is under strict regulation. Airbnb and the city of Miami have been in a long struggle over the legality of short term rentals, so be sure that you are up to date on the latest laws and regulations if you intend to invest for this purpose. The Planning Department of Miami has information on this topic and can provide resources to keep you informed.

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3.) Get Expert Advice

Before investing in property in Miami Beach, you should seek the advice of professionals to ensure that you are getting off to the right start. The experts at Jonula are available to help in any way you need. Bill Hernandez and Bryan Sereny are trained professionals who have worked with both investors, buyers, and sellers, all to great success in the Miami Beach area. When you take your first step, or even your thousandth, having a team of real estate experts with insider knowledge is a great way to maximize your profits and make sure you are ahead of the competition.

Phone: +1 (305) 791-2349
Contact us: Miami Beach Real Estate Experts
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Short Story: The Truth About Miami Beach Apartments for Sale

Everyone wants in on the amazing lifestyle that Miami Beach offers. However, buying a classic, single-family home isn’t always the best option for everybody. When it comes to Miami Beach real estate, we like to say there’s something for everyone, and that’s true! But, we must admit that there’s a truth to be revealed about Miami Beach apartments for sale. When it comes to renting in Miami Beach, things aren’t as simple now as they once were.

When you’re considering living in this amazing city, and you’ve decided that renting is for you, you’ll want to hear this short story regarding Miami Beach apartments for sale.

We’ll start with this. If you consider yourself an avid traveler, you’ve likely heard of Airbnb, which is a service that allows people to rent out their homes to visitors. Its premise is that living in someone’s actual property makes it a much more authentic experience to the area that they’re visiting. Living in a residential neighborhood, authentically living next to residents of the city, and experiencing both the pros and the cons. I mean who could disagree? This is the best way to get to know a city for real— by actually living in it. However, Miami Beach as a city has banned Airbnb.

Why does this matter? Well, it hurts those who buy property in Miami Beach with the intent to rent it out. The market of Miami Beach is populated with plenty of people who would rather rent than buy. What happens when people are buying properties to rent them out, only to learn they cannot use Airbnb’s services? The game becomes a bit trickier.

Lucky for you, if you’re hoping to seek out apartments for sale in Miami Beach, there are plenty of options.

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This Miami Beach apartment for sale is just one of the many options you’ll find when you click here. With 4 bedrooms/ 6.5 bathrooms, this house has plenty of space, and you’ll be sure to feel right at home (and pssst… this particular unit is brand new, and has never been lived in).

If apartments for sale isn’t what you’re looking for, you can still find plenty of rentable options, here.

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This Miami Beach apartment available to rent is a gorgeous example of how you can still get the best of both worlds in the city.

If you’re interested in a property mentioned in this article, contact the experts.

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Top 3 Ways To Buy Real Estate in Miami Beach

There are two types of people when it comes to buying Real estate in Miami Beach. Well, real estate anywhere, but specifically in Miami Beach. First, the type of person who is absolutely convinced that shopping for real estate is the most stressful task on the planet, and that it shouldn’t be attempted at all. The second type of person is the one who believes they can do it all on their own, with no assistance, and no training. Both of these people are wrong, especially in the realm of buying real estate in Miami Beach. But, I’d like to introduce you to a third type of person in this process: the type of person who accepts that this job might be too big for them to handle on their own, and welcomes the idea of bringing in help. Becoming the third type of person is your sure-fire way to stay on track in your process of buying real estate in Miami Beach. Keep that in mind, no matter which way you choose to buy real estate in Miami Beach.

As a vacation home

The first way you can buy real estate in Miami Beach is to invest in it as a vacation home. Miami Beach is a city that has it all, and R&R is not excluded.

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This home is a gorgeous example of the type of property you could invest in as a vacation home. Gated, and in the most beautiful city in the United States. The beaches are not far from home here, and you have the freedom to do as you please while you’re on vacation.

As a rental property

The second way you could invest in real estate in Miami Beach is to buy it with the intent to rent it out. Renting out properties is one of the most lucrative ways to increase your income easily, and real estate in Miami Beach is the perfect way to get your foot in the door.

As a permanent residence

And of course, the most obvious way to buy real estate in Miami Beach is to buy it with the intent to make it your permanent residence. I mean, with so many incomparable options, you won’t have trouble making that sort of commitment.

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This home is gorgeous, with plenty of amenities and curb appeal. 7 bedrooms/ 9.5 bathrooms make this home the perfect opportunity to plant your roots in Miami Beach, and take advantage of what the most beautiful city in the U.S. has to offer.

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