Miami’s Most Fabulous Condo Amenity Decks Of Today
Thursday, July 17, 2014, by Sean McCaughan
A quick look back: less than a year ago and these Developments are still timeless……
Time was, way back a hundred years ago, if you lived in an ‘apartment house,’ bam, that was it, you owned an apartment among many others. And it was in a building with thick brick walls protecting ladies in lace-up girdles from the dangers of nature. Then, bam, came the idea of ‘Resort Style Living’ in, where else, but postwar Miami, when apartment buildings began duplicating the life style of the large new luxury hotels then making their debut. The Fontainebleau and Eden Roc inspired the Seacost Towers and Crystal House. Basically. And that legacy lives on in the garden of delights known as the modern-day Miami amenity deck.
Northeast, Latin American buyers drive 55 condo sales at Canyon Ranch in 2012
March 12, 2012 12:00PM
Canyon Ranch Living
Miami Beach’s Canyon Ranch Living has closed on 55 properties in 2012, following a total of 150 sales in 2011. About 90 percent of those residents are from the Northeast and Latin America, according to Michael Sadov, real estate sales director at the 580-unit property. The central and south towers at the property have sold out, along with half of the units at Canyon Ranch’s North Tower. “There are not that many new residences remaining in the North Tower,” he said. Last year, a wave of Canadian buyers contributed in large part to sales at the property. — Alexander Britell