Based at 17141 Collins Avenue, Sunny Isles Beach in sunny southern Florida will be a brand spanking new 49-story development called Muse. The ultra-luxurious apartments will be at the very top of opulent living, first class amenities and all in a location right by the beach and in a climate with year round sunshine and warmth.
However, the luxurious development at Muse is not expected to be completed until the spring of 2017 but when it finally arrives, new residents can look forward to a number of striking features. But more about these later as first potential new owners will no doubt want to know what’s inside.
Basically, there are four types of residential units: the East Residences 01 comprise of three bedrooms and three bathrooms. There is also a media room in these apartments and prices will range from $4.2 million to $7 million with 20% required to open the contract and 50% needed upon closing.
Also available are the West Residences 02 which have two bedrooms, two bathrooms and den. The prices are more affordable at $2 million and go up to $4 million at the high end. There will also be a number of penthouse residences which will have five bedrooms, six bathrooms with a service suite attached.
The floor space inside the penthouses are about 8,319 square feet with your very own private elevator access with advanced biometric security features, and a 60 feet wide terrace!
Each residence will be delivered furniture ready, complete with stunning designs by Ramirez and Antrobus. The smart in-house home system means you can enjoy integrated video, lighting, security and shading systems upon command.
On the rooftop you will find a vanishing-edge pool and spa which overlooks the beautiful sun-kissed Atlantic Ocean. There is also a high-tech fitness gym, steam room, spa and sauna and the food served at the poolside is of the same high standard you might expect in a resort.
One of the floors will be dedicated to residents’ storage items and the area will be climate controlled. There is also a breakfast gallery located on the mezzanine floor, where you can eat continental breakfasts while gazing at beautiful works of art and overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.