Marina portion of waterfront condo project opens

It is part of the Marina Palms Yacht Club & Residences in North Miami Beach

Apr.April 30, 2016 10:30 AM

The developers of the Marina Palms Yacht Club & Residences opened the marina portion of the project in North Miami Beach.

The Marina Palms Yacht Club at Biscayne Boulevard and 172 Street has 112 wet slips  for vessels 40 feet to 100 feet long.

“Premium dock space is very hard to find in South Florida. There hasn’t been a new marina like this built in over 20 years,” Jim Bronstien of US Marinas, the manager of the newly built marina, told the Miami Herald in a prepared statement.

The new marina is located in Maule Lake along the Intracoastal Waterway, a 15-minute boat ride from the Atlantic Ocean.

High-speed internet service is available at each of the 112 wet slips. The marina also has a retail store and features dockside WiFi access.

The marina is part of a larger development including two condo buildings.  [Miami Herald] — Mike Seemuth

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