Introducing Midtown Miami
Midtown is the talk of town, located blocks from the 10 billion dollar mile and next to the Miami Design District. Plans are quickly exploding to turn Miami¹s Design District into our most fashionable destination. Louis Vuitton and Hermès were among the first to announce plans last year to close stores at the Bal Harbour Shops and move to the Miami Design District.
More than two dozen luxury retailers like Fendi, Zegna and Bulgari are on the way. Now, developer Craig Robins has confirmed the long-anticipated deal with parent company Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy to bring another 11 brands beyond its namesake company to the burgeoning area on the northern fringes of downtown Miami. They include Christian Dior, Fendi, Bulgari, Pucci, De Beers, Celine and Marc by Marc Jacobs.
Robins also officially announced the opening of Cartier, which will be one of 10 Richemont brands opening in the Design District. Other new tenants: Tom Ford, Zegna and Burberry, according to Robins. Louis Vuitton, Christian Dior, Hermès, Celine, Pucci and Cartier are all expected to open at least temporary locations in the Design District by the end of this year. By 2014 Robins expects to have between 40 and 50 luxury retail brands, representing nearly 400,000 square feet of shopping space spread throughout the neighborhood . The effort is creating a Miami version of New York¹s SoHo or Meat Packing District.
Midtown is also becoming a popular culinary destination for local foodies. Restaurants like Sugarcane, Mercadito, Sweet Cakes, Cheese Course, Salumeria 104, Brooklyns Bagels, Primo’s Pizza, Angelina’s, and Sustain, just to name a few.
Midtown features Studio, 1, 2, 3 Bedroom residences
Midtown’s Urban Design is reminiscent of New York’s Soho district with a Miami twist. There is an enormous variety of uniquely designed floor plans, with multi-level loft and tower spaces that are the best in fresh, urban architecture. Warehouse windows, exposed ten-foot high ceilings, and kitchens and baths with the most modern of finishes tie it all together to give each residence an individual look that is distinct to Midtown Miami.
The blend of the Tower, midrise and mews creates a dynamic synergy.
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– Chic two-story lobby
– Stunning architecture by world-renowned Architect Bernard Zyskovich
– Custom finishes
– Rooftop swimming pool with city and by views
– Hot tub, sauna, steam room.
– Mineral and temperature controlled dipping pools
– Dramatic state of the art fitness center
– Elevated outdoor gathering space with fireplace and kitchen for entertaining
– Covered parking
– Concierge, Valet and 24 hour Security
– Ground level retail including restaurants that offer food delivery
– Private Storage Facilities
– Pet friendly environment
– Floor to ceiling impact resistant glass windows
– Generous private terraces
– Breathtaking bay and city views
– Modern layouts including live/work, lofts and penthouses
– Italian kitchens with stainless steel appliances, custom cabinetry and stone counter tops
– High end energy/efficient appliance package
– Ten foot high exposed concrete ceilings
– Master baths with ceramic tile flooring and modern fixtures
– Spacious walk in closets
– Pre wired for electric, cable, high speed internet
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