Tag Archives: South Beach

Newly Listed at Waverly South Beach 911

Life is a permanent vacation for residents of The Waverly at South Beach. Designed by world-renowned Arquitectonica, the 2 inter-connected waterfront towers are a highlight of the district offering a full-service condo with a serene heated pool on Biscayne Bay, outdoor kitchens/BBQ areas, 4th level deck with garden level tennis court & putting green, fitness […]



Newly Listed at Mondrian South Beach 722

Welcome to the newly listed Mondrian South Beach 722 with sensational direct-facing bay views and a unique terrace overlooking the amenities, Biscayne Bay & the Downtown Miami Skyline below. Enjoy the immediate pool scene from your balcony with phenomenal bay/sunset views from this studio suite. The building recently completed a $20M renovation in the lobbies […]


Miami’s Luxury Residential Market Update 2Q 2021

The forecast for Miami-Dade County’s luxury residential market in 2Q 2021 including both condominium and single-family homes continues with high optimism — reasons for the bullish position here now in the Sunshine State have to do with outstanding tax strategies/advantages, the beautiful climate, a better way of life, and an open state with freedoms reigning. […]




Miami’s Record-Setting Condo Sales of 2018

Miami’s Record-Setting Condo Sales of 2018 Although it’s a strong buyers market in Miami-Dade, there have been a record number of luxury condos sold this year within The Magic City. The number of luxury condo sales were 10% higher (SP$/$5M+) along with sale price values (SP$/PSF) 4% higher in 2018 over the 2017 figures. Miami offers its residents with tremendous lifestyle advantages along […]



Miami Ultra-Luxe Condo Inventory by Location – Buyer’s Market $5M+

Miami Ultra-Luxe Condo Inventory by Location With Miami’s ultra-luxury condo inventory abundant, prices are coming down and awesome deals are being made. I’ve relayed often for the past few years, buyers are winning and will continue winning throughout next year. Reasons Why: Ample new construction; speculators were told they should buy pre-construction before prices went […]