The Big Apple might have it all, but it definitely doesn’t have good weather — especially now.
Fed up with cold, dark days, deep-pocketed New Yorkers are buying second homes in sunny Miami. And despite reports of a market slowdown, there are still plenty of projects both ready for occupancy and still in development.
Designed by architect Chad Oppenheim, this modern Bal Harbour house blends indoor and outdoor living. The just-completed two-story home is located on a scenic inlet less than a mile from Miami Beach.
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A waterfront mansion built on speculation in Bal Harbour carries a $43 million asking price that covers such unusual extras as a yacht, a vintage Jaguar and an Andy Warhol silk screen.
The newly built home spans 13,800 square feet and has seven bedrooms, an infinity pool overlooking Biscayne Bay, a private yacht dock and a roof deck equipped with a Jacuzzi and a fire pit. It has a pair of interior courtyards, each with its own koi pond, and facial-recognition technology that eliminates the need for a key to unlock the front door.
A Miami-area spec home asking $43 million comes with its own vintage Jaguar, yacht and an Andy Warhol silk screen.
In Bal Harbour, Fla., the newly completed, waterfront home has seven bedrooms plus staff quarters in its roughly 13,800 square feet. Its amenities include a bay-front infinity pool, a private dock and a roof deck with a Jacuzzi and a fire pit, said Oren Alexander of Douglas Elliman Real Estate, who is listing the property with his brother Tal.
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