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South Beach, like its name indicates, lies at the southern part of the Miami Beach stretch. Geographically, it starts south of the Dade Boulevard, from the coastal point of Lincoln Road. This area of 6.8 square miles is crisscrossed by east-to-west streets and also has 13 main roads running from north to south and a variety of luxury condos and buildings. Among these are the plush Collins Avenue and Ocean Drive. It lies roughly 15 minutes from the Miami International Airport and Brickell. Fort Lauderdale is about 40 minutes away, via the direct MacArthur Causeway route.

South Beach, which started off as farmland in the 1870s, progressed to being a beacon of Art Deco architecture in the 1930s. It was the first part of Miami Beach to undergo real estate development in the early 20th century, thanks to entrepreneur Carl G. Fisher. The area is deemed to gather the world’s biggest collection of Streamline Moderne Art Deco. Another very well-known landmark characteristic of South Beach is its colorful lifeguard towers. These were inspired by the local Art Deco tradition and some were designed by Architect Andrew Lane as a donation after Hurricane Andrew in 1992.

It’s around that time that the area was given a push by realty developer Thomas Kramer. The German-born businessman gave a fresh coat of life. He ushered in a new era for South Beach, with some of the most renowned luxury condos rising in the now ultra-posh strip. The neighborhood continues to be among the most sought-after by the rich and famous, from the U.S. and the world.

There are roughly 40,000 people living in the area, which is one of the most vibrant and happening parts of the City of Miami. South Beach is known for its top-range nightlife. This is where flocks of tourists and locals alike come to enjoy restaurants, bars and other entertainment. The area is also highly cosmopolitan, with Spanish being the most prominent language. Many foreign citizens have opted to purchase luxury condos in the swank neighborhood and therefore contribute largely to its cultural diversity.

South Beach, therefore, has a full range of activities for its assorted residents. As a beach locality, everything related to the water happens here: snorkeling, water sports of all sorts, jet boating or kayaking to name but these. South Pointe Park is another popular place full of luxury condos, where luxuriant tropical vegetation meets the ocean. The boardwalk and piers in the area are also a fun thing to do, while others might prefer the great shopping on Lincoln Road Mall, for example.

Architecture and art in are understandably a huge part of the local landscape too. The New World Center, for example, is an unmissable concert hall designed by the famous Frank Gehry, with acoustics by Japanese Master Yasuhisa Toyota. Its notable architecture is home to America’s only full-time orchestral academy. It boasts a SoundScape area, for people outside the premises to enjoy live, free audio-visual ‘wallcasts’. This adds to the many art galleries and cultural centers in the neighborhood.

Some of the best luxury condos for sale in South Beach are W South Beach, Decoplage, The Setai Residences, Monad Terrace, Bentley Bay North, Bentley Bay South, Floridian and Meridian Lofts.

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The Best Luxury Condos for Sale in South Beach, Oceanfront

The glitzy SoBe, is perhaps the liveliest part of the Miami coastline. It has a worldwide reputation for a vibrant nightlife, with lots of upscale addresses in food and culture. The area is therefore naturally a hit with many who want to make this energy part of their lifestyle. What’s more, the locality is replete with gorgeous and glamorous condos. With this multitude of real estate options, a bit of advice never goes amiss. This is why we’ve compiled a list, based on our long years of experience with buyers and market trends. Let’s take a look at the best luxury condos for sale in South Beach, shall we?

W South Beach Luxury Condos

The W Hotel is a gem of the Atlantic coastline, with a contemporary design blending into the most sublime views. The property also curated the best in leisure, sports and business facilities, brought to your doorstep. Moreover, there are plenty of options for your culinary or retail needs. The resort is home to the world-class Mr. Chow, as well as Spanish-influenced Soleá. There are also six destination bars offering exotic signature W cocktails. Delectable catering options are even available on the premises for those wanting the best of both worlds. Other top-of-the-range facilities at this property include the dramatic WET® pools, SWEAT® Fitness Center and Swing and Swoosh rooftop courts, as well as triple-floor Bliss Spa.

The homes at W are also finely equipped, beginning with the wood and marble flooring. Kitchens are composed of state-of-the-art cabinetry and appliances, while bathrooms propose scrumptious soaking tubs. W Hotel signature bedding, bathrobes and slippers are available in bedrooms, as a special resort touch. Bedrooms also include spacious built-in European wardrobes. Expansive glass balconies offering picture panoramas wrap around these beautiful homes, priced from $789,000 to $12,900,000.

Monad Terrace Luxury Condos

Monad Terrace is described as a kind of alchemy between the water, luxurious flora and other natural elements which surround this stunning development. Its concept of reflection, with honeycomb glass, promise total privacy to residents. These elite homes offer seamless indoor-outdoor living, entirely bathed in water and light. The kitchen is carved within the open floor plans and its unending views. It is made of a unique cantilevered marble island of the rare, high-end veined Calacatta.

Another striking amenity at Monad Terrace is the 116-foot swimming pool, which appears to merge into the ocean. It is located on the well-appointed sun deck which offers a gamut of exclusive services to homeowners. This facility complements the green, luxurious hanging gardens which sprawl over the building’s balconies. Owning one of these supreme homes currently costs between $1,440,000 and $6,100,000.

1 Hotel & Homes Luxury Condos

Residents at 1 Hotel & Homes have the boon of prime location, coupled with lavishness. Beautifully sat on the oceanfront, this building also gives residents access to the hotel amenities. They can, therefore, enjoy both the comfort of their own homes, while using five-star installations and privileges in the resort. One of these instances is the Signature farm-fresh restaurant. Famous New York chef Tom Colicchio has partnered with this property to bring you the best fine-dining, whether inside or poolside.

But if you feel like a bit of a chef yourself, the custom-made kitchens will be a delight for you.  They are designed by Debora Aguilar and created by Italkraft to enthrall any amateur cook. They feature White Quartz kitchen counters and Yakarta Blanco porcelain backsplashes. There are also white, deep grained wood veneer lower cabinets with frameless and white glass upper cabinets. These fancy residences cost from $1,080,000 to $16,750,000.

Bentley Bay Luxury Condos

Bentley Bay consists of two high-rise towers of 25 floors, which seen from afar look like a floating cruiseliner. This supreme property connects Downtown Miami to SoBe. The buildings have everything you may ask for in a property of this standard. To begin with, there is an infinity-edge swimming pool, a landscaped pool deck, dual jacuzzies and a spa with sauna and steam rooms. There is also a premium, fully-fitted fitness facility. The entrance is grandiose, with a porte-cochère and water cascade. A gourmet restaurant with a terrace overlooking the Biscayne Bay adds to the stately feel of the place.

Residences at Bentley Bay have elegant and sophisticated features. Space is primary, as nine-foot ceilings and vast terraces combine to blend indoor and outdoor living. There are floor-to-ceiling reinforced sliding glass exterior doors which are tempered and tinted for energy efficiency. Sound insulation of master bedrooms are another special element. Handcrafted European solid core wood interior doors complement the interiors, while custom-made European cabinetry elevate the kitchen’s marble countertops. These sumptuous units are priced from $535,000 to $9,950,000.

Meridian Lofts Luxury Condos

Meridian Lofts is an art-deco-inspired building in this prime neighborhood. It has only 6 stories, therefore offering a select range of homes, with the most sought-after attributes in the SoBe area. The artistic surroundings unsurprisingly inspire the amenities. For instance, the common areas are specially designed by the best names in the industry, such as the lobby by Allison Spears. What’s more, residents can enjoy a sublime rooftop swimming pool and jacuzzi. For those who need a bit of higher-intensity, the fully-equipped fitness area offers a gamut of solutions.

Once at home, residents are welcomed to 12-foot ceilings, for maximum natural light and ventilation. In addition to this lofty feature, there are floor-to-ceiling impact-resistant windows which spill out onto the ocean, the cityscape and the Miami Beach Golf Course. As for the interiors, they dispose of European-style kitchens with Poggenpohl cabinetry. These plush dwellings boast exposed ceilings and marble ducts, for the connoisseurs. The current costs of these units start at $369,000 to $1,250,000.

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