Paraiso District Miami
AT Miamiin recent years, the supply of high end condos has really reached new heights… it has become difficult for promoters to stand out. To convince potential buyers, a beautiful building with luxury amenities is no longer enough. When they acquire land in town, they compete in creativity to make an impression and ensure the success of their new residences. This is the case of The Related Group, one of the American leaders in real estate development, which this time bet on the redevelopment of an entire district of Miami to create an unparalleled living environment. Installed on one of the last building lots on the edge of Miami Bay, this project was a vision… it is on the way to becoming a reality.
A unique residential project
Indeed, the Paraiso District is a project that includes not only 4 residential towers, but also 8 high-end townhouses, a beach club, a renowned restaurant, a park, a marina (this is also the the only recent building in the neighborhood with its private marina) and many public spaces, extending over 7 blocks of the city, more than 4 hectares!
The four residential buildings, each have their own benefits and particularities:
One Paraiso – First born of the Paraiso District, One Paraiso rises proudly in front of the bay, on 53 floors, with 276 apartments. Interior designer Piero Lissoni designed the interiors. Each apartment is through, with two terraces, allowing its residents to enjoy not only the sunrise but also the sunset, and to alternate between bay views and city views! One Paraiso is the only building immediately at the water's edge, offering unobstructed views of the bay, but also Miami Beach and the ocean in the distance, once you go beyond the 33rd floor.
Paraiso Bayviews & #8211; With 388 apartments, and a decidedly young and trendy style, its interiors have been designed by Karim Rashid, one of the trendiest designers of his generation. Bright colors come alive on contemporary shapes that can not leave you indifferent. The building is cleverly placed at an angle to the rear of the others, still offering impressive panoramas. It also has a swimming pool on the Rooftop with a breathtaking view.
Paraiso Bay – Paraiso Bay shares with Gran Paraiso the largest circular pool in Miami (30 meters in diameter) as well as a bar and a reception hall. Surrounded by "cabanas", playground for children, jaccuzzi, ... it is a serene space that will ensure dream afternoons for its residents! Paraiso Bay offers 368 spacious and bright apartments. The interiors this time were imagined by Keith Hobbs, a London designer. The atmosphere is totally different from its neighbors, with a lobby with a very cozy atmosphere, which contrasts with the acid colors of Paraiso Bayviews.
Gran Paraiso – For the youngest, Piero Lissoni is back. Comprising 345 residences on 55 floors, the building opens onto a lobby in warm tones and an enchanted garden by the water. The services offered are exceptional: a large gym, bowling alleys, children's area, tennis courts and even a private spa.
An ideal location
Another major asset of the Paraiso District: the beauty of Biscayne Bay, and views of the city, which combine to offer the new Edgewater district a dream setting.
Access to all other major vibrant areas of the city is easy, and takes between 5 and 15 minutes, whether it's Wynwood, South Beach, the Design District, Midtown, Brickell or Downtown.
The architecture is signed Arquitectonica, a Miami-based architecture and interior design firm that has signed a number of successful projects.
This firm is known for its projects around the world. Founded in 1977, the company has since won more than 200 awards for its iconic designs. In Miami, there are for example the American Airlines Arena, so easily recognizable, or The Palace.
With this project, Arquitectonica wanted to mark the landscape of Miami by making light "glass bubbles" escape from the facades, giving a certain unity to the Paraiso District.
The vegetation is lush and tropical, thought by the famous Swiss landscape architect Enzo Enea, who has created here green walls reflected in the walls of glass buildings.
A spirit of community
But much more than the construction of buildings where residents would return after work, the Paraiso District is a real neighborhood, a place to live, with a real sense of community
Public spaces are designed for residents to spend time and meet. The ground floors of the buildings are not just a series of halls but shops and restaurants where residents can meet their neighbors and build their habits.
In the same way, the facilities of the buildings destined for the residents are so many places that make you want to stay. The innumerable swimming pools, tennis courts, children's playgrounds, bowling alleys and other private clubs are destined to become places of meeting and exchange.
A real city within a city, the whole family can therefore spend days, evenings, weekends in the Paraiso District and enjoy many activities, especially around the Beach Club. Installed at the edge of the water, it hosts the restaurant "Amara at Paraiso" which benefits from one of the most beautiful settings in all of Miami. Proof that the vision is starting to become reality: it is sold out every night, while not all residences have yet been delivered. On the second floor, the private club with swimming pool is reserved for residents. A maritime sports club will soon offer jet skis or paddle boards.
The Paraiso District, the last component of which will soon be completed, therefore benefits from undeniable advantages: an ideal location by the Bay, in a lively district, high-end services, unique architecture, and a real sense of community.
In addition, there are still very attractive prices per m2 that only an emerging neighborhood can offer. All these elements explain the success of this project, whose apartments appeal to both local and international buyers.