Electric car-charging stations part of Le Parc’s luxury green design

TRD MIAMI /
May.May 10, 2013 02:00 PM

South Florida condo developers are competing for cash-rich buyers by upping the ante in luxury amenities.

Le Parc, a 12-story “boutique” condo tower in Brickell, is being marketed as the height of green chic.

Among a small cluster of LEED-certified residential buildings in Brickell, Le Parc will be “set off the beaten path” of Simpson Park Hammock, one of the few remaining green spaces in Miami’s urban core. The building will offer energy-efficient, stainless steel appliances, electric car-charging stations, UV blocking glass and palatial terrace views of the park’s lush vegetation, according to a company release.

The building is being jointly developed by South Florida-based Strategic Properties Group and AXA Developers, a collaboration between Chile’s largest publicly-traded residential developer, Aconcagua, and Miami-based Archiplan USA, the release said.

Not to be outdone by neighboring Brickell towers, Le Parc’s 128 units and townhomes will feature European-style cabinetry, imported quartz countertops and Briord, France-based Ligne Roset furniture.


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