The Muse Condominium Sunny Isles Beach
Skyscrapers and condominiums have become a mainstream in real estate. High rise and escalated lifestyle offers best attractions and convenience. Each year, condominiums are bound to rise with the latest and most innovative design in the field of real estate. As the remaining land area becomes less,more skyscraper rise to maximize the most of the land area. The architects is offering the latest innovation and technology installed in their newest project. The elevation of homes into a condominium offers convenience to both home owners and businessmen with the pros of living in the city close to almost everything it has to offer. The Sunny Isles Beach, Florida is welcoming another addition of the list of residential condominiums. The Muse Condominium will soon rise in the beautiful city of Sunny Isles Beach.
The world renowned Architect Carlos Ott with the Sieger Suarez Architectural Partnership and artist Helidon Xhixh are bringing in The Muse Condominium Sunny Isles Beach. This is a 649-foot-high building that matches the current highest building height approved by the Federal Aviation Administration, matching the two luxury condominiums in Sunny Isles. It is uniquely conceptualized with a sleek, twisting design along with the latest technology. This luxurious condominium will be a 49-story residential condominium with a only 68 art designed units . Each floor offers only no more than 2 spacious units with choices of 2-5 bedrooms. Each unit has a different view due to the positioning the unit and design of the tower, but all units has the best view the city can offer. There will more updates on the features of this sought after condominium in Sunny Isles Beach as completion nears.
The ground breaking will be on June 2014 and completion date of 2017. Artistic, unique, creative and innovative residential skyscraper to expect in the coming redevelopment years of Sunny Isles Beach. (Read the Miami Herald Issue)
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