Water Flows & Sustainability Grows with La Maré Luxury Development

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The Bay Harbor Islands have always been a highly sought-after destination for those seeking luxurious waterfront living and it’s only getting better. Now, Chicago-based Regency Development Group has revealed their next endeavors with their debut in South Florida introducing their latest project, La Maré. The brand-new boutique development will consist of two towers, home to sustainable and tropical bayfront villas that are anticipated to set a new standard for luxury living.

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Not only is La Maré poised to be one of the most luxurious residences on the South Florida shoreline, but it is also projected to be one of the most sustainable. This innovative development is designed to minimize its environmental impact through a variety of cutting-edge techniques and technologies. Located on La Maré's rooftop, the raised wood-like decks lifted off the concrete will serve as a natural cooling system with a rainwater irrigation system reducing additional roof insulation materials by an impressive 70%. The orientation of the structure further reduces its carbon footprint by maximizing natural sunlight while minimizing energy loads and will also be constructed with recycled and locally sourced materials.

The impeccably thought-out design of La Maré was brought to life by renowned architect Kobi Karp who has joined forces with interior designer Debora Aguiar Arquietetos, whose portfolio includes the remarkable 1 Hotel South Beach. The desirable blend of architecture and interior design that the duo has created was carefully and strategically matched with Douglas Elliman who will lead the marketing and sales at La Maré due to their strong track record of luxury sales in the area.

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“With recycled materials as the foundation, the design ethos is centered around its honoring natural surroundings - water and its movement – to create an ongoing connection to the environment,” said Kobi Karp. “The positioning of each building on the island is intentionally set to optimize sunlight and natural air flow through each residence, while the glass-enwrapped LEED-certified spaces accentuate peak sunrise and sunset views.”

The development consists of two collections - The Regency Collection and The Signature Collection. The Regency Collection is set to feature 33 glass-clad modern boutique residences with breathtaking waterfront views while The Signature Collection will feature 9 family-style homes with privacy at its forefront. The eight-story glass-clad buildings include homes ranging from 1,600 to over 4,200 square feet. Both residences come equipped with state-of-the-art fitness centers among other amenities such as a screening room, wine cellar, and outdoor kitchen bar and lounge. The collections also offer al fresco living with bayfront verandas, boat slips, and the green rooftop that doubles as an entertainment zone with a resort-style pool deck with jacuzzis and lounge chairs.

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