Introducing Parque Towers, the newest development by Key International, who have already accomplished several landmark buildings in Downtown Miami, such as Mint and The Ivy. The Miami-based company also completed the partially built Eden House (formerly known as Nobe Bay) in Miami Beach. Some other development projects include the Marriott South Beach and the complete renovation and expansion of the world renowned Eden Roc Resort and Spa, playground to the rich and famous for decades, as well as many other Projects such as Belle Isles Apartments, Golden Key Condominium, 848 Brickell Plaza, Financial Federal Sunset Plaza, Brickell Mar, 407 Lincoln Road, Bay View Tower, among others.
The magnificent property, a 1,032 acres will be built in the heart of Sunny Isles Beach Blvd on the river and will encompass many activities and amenities as well as boating.
The fully equipped and serviced marina will be the area’s largest and will offer both dry and wet dock storage as well as boat rentals, plus fractional yacht ownership available, it’s easy to head out onto South Florida’s premier boating highway and the Atlantic Ocean, just a bridge away…
Parque Towers – Building Amenities:
Onsite bars and restaurants
Uniquely Designed Pool Deck Area
Private Rooftop Plunge pools for Penthouses
Parque Towers Kid’s Club
State-of Art Gym
Private Cinema and Performance Theather
Suite Hotel available for lease for residents’s guests
Sub-zero appliances on all units
Beach club with service
Parque Towers – Residence Features:
Parque Towers will offer 2 floor plan options
2 Bedroom/3 bathroom plus Den and 3 bedroom/3.5 Baths units
Ranging in size from 1831sqft to 2529 sqft.
Be one of the first to secure a unit at Parque Towers
Excellent price for the first units, starting at just $700K
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