The Caribbean South Beach’s all-glass tower was first designed by famed architect Murray Dixon and built in 1941.
A known hot spot for the rich and famous in the Rat Pack era, the Caribbean Hotel was originally a seven-story building before undergoing a complete renovation and expansion in the early 2000s. Now boasting a second 18-story tower, the property on 37th and Collins is a luxurious sight.
With the Atlantic Ocean visible from nearly every vantage point, Unit #S-402 at the Caribbean is a luxury oasis. It’s uber-sleek interior design elements include gleaming white marble floors, a show-stopping Italian kitchen with Miele & Subzero appliances, and 2,326 square feet of opulent living space.
Living at The Caribbean is unique thanks in part to its rich history. Its luxurious amenities tip a hat to that history by featuring things like a wine vault. Owners enjoy private access to the property’s vault that includes dedicated space for every resident. Wine aficionados can breathe easy knowing they have the perfect place to store their favorite vintages.
Speaking of breathing easy, it’s no secret that Miami is home to spectacular cigars and cigar-lovers. Those with a taste for the finer things are able to enjoy an on-site humidor kept at perfect temperature and humidity to preserve their collection.
Recently re-priced to $3.95 million, Unit #S-402 also grants its future owner access to a billiard lounge, beach service, an oceanfront, a heated infinity-edge pool, a resort-style cabana and chaise lounges, shaded relaxation areas, and an oversized spa.
Address: The Caribbean #S-402
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