Most-Coveted Miami Beach Condos for Sale

Lots of people dream of living in Miami. It is home to the stars and the most luxurious condominiums in the United States. It is the prime spot for modern living for its sandy white beaches, a stunning cityscape plus you might just pass by a Hollywood celebrity or two while walking on the street.  There are a number of Miami Beach condos for sale in the market. Real estate prices starts anywhere from $500,000 to a couple of millions per unit. Let’s take a look at the top condominiums of the city.

Fontainebleau II
Fontainebleau II has a fantastic oceanfront view. It was built in 2005, 36 stories high with 18 acres of recreational space. Residence suites come in various spaces from 491 sq. ft. for single units and 1826 sq. ft. for two bedroom units with a terrace. Buyers can choose from 8 different floor plans. It is classified as condo hotel which fuses the exclusivity of a condominium and luxury of a hotel. It also home to the prestigious Tropigala nightclub. 

Gables Club Tower
Located in Edgewater Drive, this condominium has an amazing view of the Biscayne Bay which gives your home a nice, tropical breeze. One of the perks of owning a unit here is that motor craft and marina slips are readily available to explore the nearby bay. Its private club and gourmet restaurant give unit owners luxury living at its best.

Continuum
You can still find several condos for Sale in Miami Beach in Continum located at South Beach. It has 42 stories plus 6 town homes ranging from 1200 sq. ft. to 4,000 sq. ft. The unit has a modern look to it with oversized terraces, sliding glass doors and glass railings. It is considered to be one of the most lavish condos in the city. It has the perfect view of the Miami skyline and overlooking Government Cut.

One Bal Harbour
This is one of the premium cadmiums in Bal Harbour. It is 26 stories high with 9 floor plans to choose from ranging from 2000 to 8000 square feet. It has a breathtaking view of the Intracoastal Waterway and the Atlantic…

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