Schooner Bay in Bahamas is an authentic harbour village designed, only a short flight from Nassau or South Florida. Schooner Bay offers an idyllic island lifestyle in a golf-cart- and pedestrian- friendly village setting. You’ll discover an array of residential opportunities, including carefree condominiums, harbourside cottages and exquisite oceanfront homes. We’re confident you’ll appreciate the unique Schooner Bay lifestyle and unprecedented real estate value.
One thousand museum creates a six-star lifestyle within an exceptionally elegant private residential tower. Over 30,000 square feet of beautifully designed venues for swimming, sunning, socializing, fitness, and pampering cater to fewer than 100 residences, offering the luxury of abundant space.
400 SUNNY ISLES. Located on 640 ft of bay front property just off of the 163rd street bridge, every single unit has expansive and unobstructed direct water views. Residents of 400 SUNNY ISLES will enjoy the luxury of being just a short walk or ushered beach buggy ride away from the Ocean and Oleta State Park.
Residences by Armani/Casa possess the class and luxury that you can wish , with room for a maximum of 4 bedrooms with recognized design Giorgio Armani, this project will have great kings design for processing.
What was once the famous Bal Harbour Club will become the spectacular all-new Oceana Bal Harbour – a condominium paradise defined by complete flow-through residences and unobstructed views of South Florida beaches, the Atlantic, Biscayne Bay, and city highlights like the Bal Harbour Shops.
With its amazing weather, natural beauty, Latin-infused multicultural, multilingual and multigenerational citizens, our foodie vibe, the nuances in different neighborhoods, the cost of living, Miami is today the Capital of Latin America and an obvious, desirable place to invest. Real estate investments in Florida have risen rapidly and come from all parts of the globe. Seventy five percent of the 13 thousand condo units launched in Miami in the last 5 years have already been sold. Underdeveloped areas are being revitalized by private companies receiving breathtaking projects signed by the most selective team of architects. All of these recent initiatives, and many others, have transformed Miami into a new global destination for cultural events.
Miami today is going through a cultural Renaissance. Bless organizations like the Knight Foundation that pour millions of dollars into our arts and cultural communities. We have Art Basel, the Miami Book Fair, the Miami Film Festival, Second Saturdays in Wynwood, Third Fridays in Little Haiti, the New World Symphony, the Arsht Center and so much more we didn’t have 20 years ago. Plus, we’re building a huge museum-complex downtown, similar to Chicago’s Museum Park. We’re building multi-billion dollar convention centers on the beach and downtown. We’re growing into our identity.