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Coming Soon: Miami’s Newest Edgewater Building Set to Redefine Luxury Living in the Heart of Miami

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Get Ready to Experience Unparalleled Luxury Living in Miami’s Newest Building

Miami’s skyline is about to welcome its newest addition – a building that will redefine luxury living in the heart of Edgewater Miami. With only full-floor or half-floor residences available, every residence will offer breathtaking views of the Miami skyline and the shimmering bay.

But the views are just the beginning. This building will offer next-level amenities, including a private helipad for a stylish takeoff and landing and an exclusive marina for residents to dock their yachts and enjoy the water.

But the luxury doesn’t stop there. Each residence will be designed with high-end appliances, fixtures, and carefully crafted details, ensuring the finishes and features are as impressive as the views and amenities.

Pre-construction sales for this property are about to begin, giving you a chance to be among the first to experience the ultimate in Miami luxury living. This is an amazing opportunity to reserve your spot in Miami’s newest luxury building, and I am here to assist you throughout the process. Whether you’re interested in a full-floor or half-floor residence with breathtaking bay views – reach out now. Let us schedule your presentation and see what makes this building so unique.

If you’re looking for something more immediate anywhere in South Florida, I’m ready to help. With my expertise and dedication, I’ll work tirelessly to find you the perfect place to call home. Start by browsing the most up-to-date list of the newest homes and condos for sale, and let’s explore the possibilities together.

We can’t wait to welcome you to the Edgewater family and this stunning new property. Get ready to experience the best of Miami living!”

 Call or Whtaspp David Nguah at 1-786-200-3966

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