It’s been a long time since Miami-Dade County has had a residential and marina development built in the area. Now, after over a two-decade gap, that is about to change as a result of the forthcoming Marina Palms Yacht Club & Residences.
Offering an “unparalleled waterfront lifestyle” to its residents, Marina Palms will house 468 luxury units throughout its two 25-story waterfront towers. A host of amazing amenities––such as an executive business lounge with conference room; a butler service; an infinity-edge pool and hot tub; a state-of-the-art gym; a spa with treatment rooms; a sauna; a steam room and workout studios; a news café; a club room with bar, children’s playroom, and teen lounge; as well as full-service marina that can handle vessels up to 100-feet long––will be accessible to occupants of any of the two-bedroom, three-bedroom, four-bedroom, or penthouse apartments. Pricing starts at $950,000.
Residents of Marina Palms, which is located at 172nd Street and Biscayne Boulevard, will also have the comfort of knowing that they are safe and secure in their new home. The North Miami Beach development with a gated entry will have 24/7 security and secure garage parking.
“Marina Palms has opened the door to future development and upgraded the skyline of North Miami Beach,” said George Vallejo, mayor of North Miami Beach, who, along with members of the City Council, joined a ribbon cutting ceremony celebrating the new development. “The developers of Marina Palms were some of the first who saw the potential of what the city has to offer.”
“Our vision has now become a reality,” said Neil Fairman, president of The Plaza Group, which is developing Marina Palms in collaboration with The DevStar Group. “We wanted to be able to provide buyers a waterfront residence that put the South Florida yachting and boating lifestyle right outside their front doors. That’s exactly what we did.”
While the north tower, which has been sold out for several months now, is completed, the south tower is currently under construction and is slated to be completed towards the end of 2016.
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