5 Properties to consider if you’re planning to invest in Florida

Whether you’re planning to move or simply looking for an investment property, you can’t go wrong with Florida. Here are just a few of the top properties to consider:

Murano at Portofino

Murano at Portofino

Murano at Portofino is considered to be the most stylish condominium in the area. It’s easy to see why, when it has a private beach club, poolside cafe, and saltwater pool. Built in 2005, this remains an ultra-luxury choice, with 37 stories, private elevator foyers in some residences, flow-through plans, panoramic views, and spacious rooms.

Echo Brickell II

Echo Brickell

Echo Brickell is an elegant, boutique high-rise, located in a bustling, cosmopolitan area in Miami. Yoo Studio and Carlos Ott have collaborated to make this a truly impressive residence, featuring opulent amenities, panoramic views of the Atlantic and the city, high-standard services, and the latest built-in condo technology. One of the big draws to this property? The infinity edge pool, which features resort-style poolside service and panoramic views of downtown Miami.

Icon South Beach II

Icon South Beach

Icon South Beach was completed in 2005, and towers over Biscayne Bay. Developer Jorge Perez and architect Philippe Starck teamed together, combining function and form to deliver an ultra-luxurious way of life, enhanced with both water and city views from each room. There are 289 residences in this condo, and you can choose between 1 to 6 bedrooms, offered in 9 different floor plans.

Apogee II

Apogee

Apogee was completed in 2008, but is still one of the most luxurious developments in South Florida. There are 67 residences here, all boasting flow-through water and city views. Common areas and lobbies were developed by Yabu Pushelberg, while Sieger Suarez were the architects for this project. With just four residences per floor, you’ll have plenty of space and privacy here.

South Pointe

South Pointe

South Pointe is one of the most well-known condominiums on South Beach, located in the South of Fifth district- close to Ocean Drive and the Atlantic Ocean. The building may be a classic, but it has stayed modern, with a recent multi-million dollar renovation- including new residence hallways, a new lobby, and an added media room and business center. The European-style kitchens are fully furnished and come equipped with modern appliances, boasting marble and granite countertops. The bathrooms are elegant, with oversized jacuzzi tubs, and the private balconies have some of the most incredible views around.

 

 


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