Preconstruction sales launch at swanky Beach House 8

Prices at the eight-unit tower start at $6.6 million

TRD MIAMI /
Sep.September 18, 2013 02:00 PM

Miami condo developer Ugo Colombo and Morabito Properties have launched sales at Beach House 8, a luxury, eight-unit condo project designed by Arquitectonica and slated for an oceanfront site at 3651 Collins Avenue.

Prices start at $6.6 million at Beach House 8, according to BuzzBuzzHome, and joins 20 other condo projects proposed for Miami Beach as developers test the strength of South Florida’s pre-construction condo revival, fueled by mainly foreign, cash-rich buyers.

Together, the projects would add more than 1,000 units to the string of barrier and man-made islands that make up one of South Florida’s most densely populated areas, as The Real Deal previously reported.

The design features open-plan residences, a garden waterfall and other touches of “understated elegance and contemporary informality,” according to a listing by One Sotheby’s.

The duplex penthouse boasts 6,000 square feet, a master guest suite and a landscaped private plunge pool. [BuzzBuzzHome]Emily Schmall


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