Invest In These 5 Miami Properties

Sure, saving as much money as you can is a good idea. But if you really want to make a good amount of money you’re going to have to invest your income.

Today in this post I wanted to take a closer look at five residences in the Miami area I think you should take a look at.

Echo Brickell

Echo Brickell is the essence of luxury living. The tower is set on Brickell Avenue, one of the most cosmopolitan communities in South Florida and it was designed by Carlos Ott. Residents can enjoy lavish amenities such as a full floor infinity-edge pool, and a state-of-the-art gym, among other amenities. The building also provides the latest technology and a great array of white glove services. You can find units at: $6,500,000.

Icon South Beach

Want to invest in South Beach real estate? Consider Icon South Beach which is a 40 story tall s-shaped building. Completed in 2005, this tower delivers a luxurious lifestyle and water views from every room.


Apogee South Beach was completed in 2008 and is one of South Florida’s most luxurious condominium developments. You will find 67 well-appointed condo residences inside. Each of them with flow-through city and water views. These condos were developed by The Related Group of Florida and designed by Sieger-Suarez. Apogee South Beach gives a whole new name to luxury.

South Pointe

Build in 1987, The South Pointe Tower condominium was one of the first luxury condos built in South Beach. Located just a few steps from the Atlantic Ocean and the world famous Ocean Drive in the South of Fifth (SoFi) Street district of Miami Beach. The South Pointe Twoer shares the same common area as the Portofino Tower and overlooks the private community of Fisher Island.

Murano Grande

Murano Grande is a build that redefines the South Florida luxury condo community. This condominium boasts some of the largest condo units anywhere. Murano Grande delivers elegant, modern and comfortable lifestyle. Its high-standard amenities, exceptional residential features and spacious balconies overlooking the Atlantic and Biscayne Bay were widely thought to fulfill the owner’s most demanding tastes.

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