A new luxury condo is coming to Bay Harbor Islands, as OPUS Bay Harbor has revealed new renderings of the Bermello Ajami-designed boutique waterfront building. The ultra-exclusive offering features only 7 full-floor units and rises 8 stories.
Pordes Residential has been name the exclusive onsite sales and marketing firm for the new 101 Bay Harbor Islands townhouse development. Developed by The Puder Group, the recently completed boutique property features 12 luxury townhomes located in Bay Harbor Islands.
Barneys New York has announced that they will open their first Florida location as one of the anchor tenants at Bal Harbour Shops $400 million, 350,000 SF expansion. The location will span 53,000 SF and will include the popular Freds at Barneys New York restaurant.
Miami is a hotspot for art and this unit is St. Regis Bal Harbour has no shortage for the highly curated, coming complete with a $400,000 Chinese art collection featuring works by Yu Han Xi, Li Gang, Yang Tao, Lui Bolin, Tsui Tin Yun, Stella Shang, Lu Yanpeng, and Irene Kung.
Brick O. Real Estate has officially opened their new Bay Harbor Islands condo project, The Ivory, located at 9261 East Bay Harbor Drive. The residential condo building, designed by Frankel Benayoun Bodas Mani Anger, rises 9-stories and features 40 residences. Residences are priced from the low $700,000's to $2.6 million.
Step inside this palatial, sophisticated full-floor penthouse spread at The Palace at Bal Harbour. The penthouse features designer finished millwork throughout with direct ocean views. The residence is spread over 7,380 SF spread over 4 bedrooms, 5 full-bathrooms and 1 half-bath.
Ability by Acierto just closed on a $14 million of construction loan for Bijou Bay Harbor, their new luxury condominium development on Bay Harbor Islands. The Miami-based LV Lending is providing the financing. Ability by Acierto is led by Juan Carlos Gonzalez and the developer broke ground on the 41-unit building located at 9521 East Bay Harbor Drive in December 2016.
The legal drama at Privé at Island Estates as Circuit Court Judge William Thomas has ruled that the sidewalk, built through homeowners’ properties, is illegal. Thomas ruled that the sidewalk, which was built as a "utility easement," is illegal and is trespass.