The famous architect Bjarke Ingels conceived a residence that combines luxury and modern design. Situated amidst the shimmering Biscayne Bay, this residence combines indoor comfort and a relaxed lifestyle in the open air. Indoor columns allow natural light to spread freely through the glass case without interruptions.
The building has a sports bar, a cinema on the roof, a summer kitchen, a wine room for 3,000 bottles overlooking the bay and two elevators covering the entire upper level of the building.
The apartment has a wide living room, high ceilings, a kitchen, a staff room, six bedrooms, six bathrooms and a terrace overlooking the ocean.
Location and nearby infrastructure
Miami is the second largest city in Florida, serves as its main financial center and base for the largest corporations in Latin America. In addition, there are television and sound recording studios of well-known companies, which undoubtedly makes Miami not only the main vacation spot on the entire southeastern American coast, but also the business center where a large number of officials flow.
Miami is famous for its abundance of luxury hotels, night entertainment, delicious restaurants that represent cuisines from around the world. The resort impresses with a pleasant and attractive atmosphere that prevails on the streets of the city. It is complemented by new neighborhoods of the city, which often change their appearance, cultural events and constantly bright sun.