DJ Khaled has officially listed his waterfront Miami mansion, decked out with the music producers own personal designs and a custom sneaker room, for a cool $7.99 million. Khaled spent over $2.5 million remodeling the four-story, 5 bedroom, 6 bath Mediterranean estate to include 14k gold chandeliers with Swarovski crystals,Read More
You can now become DJ Khaled’s neighbor on Pine Tree Drive for $13.75 million. The classic estate located at 4745 Pine Tree Drive in Miami Beach has not shortage of celebrity neighbors including Floyd Mayweather & DJ Khaled, who just recently purchased a house a few doors down.Read More
The penthouse featured in the film blockbuster film “War Dogs,” starring Jonah Hill and Miles Teller can be yours for $4.49 million. Perched atop Marina Blue, located at 888 Biscayne Boulevard in Downtown Miami’s Park West neighborhood, the penthouse spans 4,498 SF spread over 2-stories.Read More
Eighty Seven Park by Renzo Piano Building Workshop has revealed its penthouse in record breaking fashion. Priced at $68 million, the penthouse is unlike any other property on the market and is 2018’s most expensive home in Miami.Read More
A 1920’s Miami Shores estate that is designated on the National Register of Historic Places and showcases authentic architectural features that are reflective of its original design, has hit the market for the first time.Read More
A waterfront mansion located a stones throw from Coconut Grove, that has been made famous as the location for music videos such as Where Da Cash At by Curren$y featuring Lil Wayne, Chevy Ridin’ High by Dr Dre, amongst others by Rick Ross, Tryna, and Fat Joe, is now listed for $12.9 million.Read More
There are few residences that combine high-styled interior design and an expertly curated art collection all while being located in an iconic tower designed by one of this generations top architects, Bjarke Ingels.Read More
This gorgeous treehouse-inspired home, listed at $3.95 million, was designed to float above the surrounding lush greenery. The two-story estate showcases a modern twist on a nature-inspired design, imagined by homeowner and interior designer, Billy Blanco Designs.Read More
Celebrity restauranteur Myles Chefetz, who is known for turning South Beach’s South of Fifth neighborhood into the luxury enclave it is known as today with his successful and celebrity famed restaurants Prime One Twelve, Prime Italian, Big Pink & Forte De Marmi, has listed his condo in Continuum South Beach for $14 million. Chafetz’s restaurants are frequented by Hollywood A-listers such as Simon Cowell, Owen Wilson, Vera Wang, Kim Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian, Oprah Winfrey, Bill Clinton, Tom Brady and Giselle Bundschen, Leonardo DiCaprio, Alex Rodriguez, Dwayne Wade etc., and are in walking distance of his Continuum South Beach condo.
The residence spans 3,030 SF of interior space and 1,216 SF of outdoor space spread over 3 bedrooms and 3.5 baths. The residence was custom designed by Briggs Solomon to embody the definition of timeless and cool with no expense spared, featuring furnishings by Christian Liagre and Luminaire. The residence offers planked French roasted Oak flooring, floating baseboards, Porsche lighting, extensive custom millwork, a Boffi Kitchen with all Gaggenau appliances, Bardigilo marble slabs encompassing the master bathroom with TV’s built into the mirrors, an impressive art collection and a fully integrated state of the art savant audio visual system. 50 S Pointe Drive, 3502, Continuum South Beach, is currently listed for $14,000,000 with Eloy Carmenate & Mick Duchon of Douglas Elliman Real Estate.
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YoDezeen has revealed a brand new residence in Oceana Bal Harbour which was designed for an abundance of sunlight without sacrificing privacy. The custom designed residence features 3-bedrooms and 3-bathrooms along with 10’ ceilings, floor-to-ceiling glass, private elevator entrance, a gourmet kitchen and deep balconies offering views of the Atlantic Ocean.Read More