Located in the heart of Miami Beach, surrounded by nothing but waterfront homes, the luxurious Ritz-Carlton Residences are the premier living location if you are someone who likes their own space, sights, and the joy of living in Miami.
Most of the condominiums at the Residences are around 3,500 square feet, including 3- and 4-bedroom residences with their own beautiful terrace overlooking a lake in the middle of Miami. There are no large buildings in sight! This means that you will not only have your gorgeous view uninterrupted but, you won’t get that pesky shade in the afternoons. Also worthy of note; over half of the condominiums have their own individual floorplan! No cookie-cutter designs will be found in this one-of-a-kind luxury building.
This building is purely condominiums and only one of 13 like it in the entire world... unlike many apartment living situations with the Ritz-Carlton brand that usually have traveling guests staying in the same building, crowding up the amenities and the main lobby. Finally, its important to note that there are around 20 elevators throughout the entire building, meaning, you most likely will only have to share an elevator with five or six other condominiums, making it feel as if you were in a house on the beach in the same area, without the hefty price tag!
Do you think The Ritz-Carlton Residences are for you? Contact me, Katia Reisler, and I'll be able to help you discuss your options!
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