Urban growth has been the biggest challenge many major markets around the world have faced in the last few years. Miami's skyline was completely revolutionized with the addition of award-winning sky homes as a result of the demand for more vertical living. These sky oasis feature state-of-the-art amenities and services for the ultimate luxury living and homebuyers are quickly buying up real estate throughout the city's most prominent high-rise developments. But -- there's a new trend hitting the 305's real estate market: self-sufficient, livable yachts a.k.a. floating homes. This year, during the highly-anticipated Miami Yacht Show, top real estate industry leaders and aficionados were able to tour the first-ever Arkup sustainable floating home that seamlessly blends all the features of a yacht with the form and function of a home.
The jaw-dropping $5.4 million home is situated atop 4,350 sq. ft. comfortable living space with 4 bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms. The floating home is completely self-sufficient and sustainable with the ability to withstand extreme weather conditions. The meticulously crafted home also features a stunning interior fully furnished by the famed Brazilian brand, Artefacto.
With an expansive, 775 sq. ft. living room that features breathtaking oceanfront views, the trend-setting home offers an ultra-luxurious living experience transcending all limits by creating a living atmosphere that perfectly blends indoor and outdoor living together.