Who says you can’t have the luxury and glamour of the French Riviera in the United States? Now a select few can enjoy unparalleled luxury design featuring all the modern amenities with easy access to one of the last remaining waterfront properties in sunny Miami Beach. It’s a “new level of leisure” of ocean-inspired materials that “lend an aura of Mediterranean high-style” reminiscent of Monte Carlo.
Imagine looking out of your 11-foot floor-to-ceiling windows at the nearby 12-slip private marina, then taking your private elevator and stepping outside to ask the yachting concierge to charter a 55-foot yacht for an afternoon at sea. Enjoy fishing in a world-renowned hotspot for sailfish, swordfish, mahi-mahi, and tuna. Or head out to the nearby coral reefs and discover another world of alien and indescribable ocean life.
After cruising around the Biscayne Bay to your heart’s content, head back to the comfort of a 2,888 square foot penthouse, and relax on a lush private oversized wraparound garden terrace with a cocktail in your summer kitchen. You are on vacation all year long.
Miami Beach never looked this good. Monaco Yacht Club & Residences offers an indoor-outdoor lifestyle, envisioned to capture the essence of waterfront living. Learn more by clicking the link below! https://t.co/4pqZaaWrey pic.twitter.com/J7nu9jeTrV
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If you prefer, you may head up to the rooftop terrace pool and grill dinner before taking a dip in the Jacuzzi as the sun sets and a blaze of bright colors fill the Miami skyline. Gaze out at the Biscayne Bay, Atlantic Ocean and Miami skyline all at once.
Or head over to your own fitness center, also with a view of the bay of course. On second thought, head over to the yoga meditation space and let all the stresses of the world disappear.
Sound good? We certainly think so. It’s what life will be like for the 39 residents of a new 12-story, nautical-themed boutique project called Monaco Yacht Club & Residences. The Bayfront homes sit in a coveted and sought after neighborhood at 6800 Indian Creek Drive, Miami Beach.
The Pursuitist describes the dreamy setting, with a flair of the Frech Riviera, or Côte d’Azur.
“These gorgeous spaces are meticulously curated by world-renowned Italian interior designer Piero Lissoni and complete with expansive, oversized wraparound terraces affording sweeping views of Biscayne Bay, the Atlantic Ocean, and the Miami skyline.”
Piero Lissoni, the Italian architect and designer, was in New York this week for ICFF, and we sat down with him to discuss why Italian design leads the world. https://t.co/4lGrk4oSZ6
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Get the full European experience with European Arrigoni wood flooring, Italian marble flooring, and Boffi contemporary Italian kitchen designs with stone countertops and Miele® appliances. World-renowned Italian interior designer Piero Lissoni has meticulously curated each residence indoors with fine fixtures and finishes, bathed in sunlight through walls of windows.
The latest “Smart Building” technology and Crestron® Home Automation systems, large walk-in closets, and rainfall showers help make these condominiums state-of-the-art and luxuriously modern.
Manicured to perfection, an oversized standing tub with his-and-hers vanities makes the master bathroom at Monaco Yacht Club & Residences the ultimate escape. Learn more by clicking the link below: https://t.co/4pqZaaWrey pic.twitter.com/Rr5xemDEI7
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To call this address home, you must be a millionaire, with prices starting at $1.1 million all the way up to $8 million. The layouts vary considerably, from one to four bedrooms and from 918 to 5,000 square feet. Two expansive penthouses offer 2,888 square feet of living space with panoramic views.
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The development by Optimum Development USA is scheduled for completion in 2020 at a total cost of more than $55 million. The 11-story unit is designed by Arquitectonica with the common areas and units finished by Lissoni.
We can all dream, right? Take a look inside the Monaco Yacht Club & Residences below:
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