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Miami Dade County Regions Greater Miami and the Beaches is spread over 2,000 square miles at the southeastern tip of the Florida peninsula. The Intracoastal Waterway separates mainland Miami from the island of Miami Beach, which is located directly on the Atlantic Ocean.

The greater Miami metropolitan area is host to just about every ethnic group and cultural tradition in the world. Situated as it is, in the middle of the Americas with continuously perfect weather, Miami is fast becoming the new cosmopolitan standard of excellence in gastronomy, entertainment, household furnishing, architectural design and fashion, while managing to hold on to its history as the sun and fun capital of the world.

With 15 miles of white-sand beaches and a tropical climate, Miami is an international tourist mecca where you will find some of America's most popular beaches. On the south tip of Miami Beach is the world famous South Beach. Its main boulevard, Ocean Drive, is lined with Art-Deco hotels, cafe's and stores. North of South Beach is the bulk of Miami Beach where you will find a mixture of condos and hotels rising along the beach with beautiful views of the Atlantic Ocean on the east and the Miami skyline on the west.

Further north are the oceanside cities of Surfside, Bal Harbour and Sunny Isles Beach. Surfside, once a predominantly elderly community, has been rediscovered lately and is now full of young couples with children. Bal Harbour is synonymous with sophisticated shopping and upscale residences. And Sunny Isles, once adored for its reasonably priced hotels, its undergoing a major redevelopment boom. Just west of Sunny Isles Beach is the thoroughly modern city of Aventura.

Hemmed in between the Everglades and Biscayne Bay, mainland Miami is a virtual island. With population rising and the western suburbs all but built out, the only way to add housing is to build up. As a result, Miami, like other South Florida cities, is experiencing a rebirth and urban living has become newly chic, especially among the young. This inner city renaissance is generating a flurry of redevelopment in the adjacent downtown, uptown, Miami River and Brickell areas.

However, unlike previous high-rise booms, the bulk of the new projects are residential mixed-use developments. New zoning rules and guidelines now require new buildings to hug sidewalks, lining them at ground level not with garage ramps or blank walls but with shops, cafes, restaurants, dry cleaners and small groceries, all in order to generate pedestrian traffic. The result will be a denser, livelier, more cosmopolitan Miami in a few years, with a round-the-clock pulse that should rival Paris, New York or San Francisco. 


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BrickellDowntown
Miami RiverUptown
AventuraBal Harbour
Miami BeachSunny Isles Beach
South BeachHomestead
DoralWest Miami


Brickell
Located just south of downtown Miami and the Miami River, Brickell is the international banking and business center of Miami. Brickell Avenue has always been associated with wealth and prestige. Now the area is taking on a new role as a vibrant place to stay, dine and reside. Luxury condominium towers, hotels and the tallest building in Florida are transforming Brickell Avenue’s skyline. And, instead of rolling up the sidewalks at night, Brickell is thronged after hours with residents and visitors dining in the area’s fine restaurants or shopping in new neighborhood stores. 

Upscale condos, hotels and dining establishments serve a growing residential population of bankers and executives who want to live near their place of work. Plans for more towering buildings are in the works, as the area is a major hub of international business, banking, cultural, sports and entertainment attractions.

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Icon Brickell Early Pre-Construction From the $400's
Icon Brickell is a magnificent three tower project prefectly situated at the mouth of the Miami River, where it meets Biscayne Bay. Surrounded by water views, this project is at the tip of Brickell accross the river from downtown Miami. This project is being marketed as one of Brickell's and downtown Miami's most upscale communities, with top of the line finishes throughout.

Skyline at Mary Brickell Village Pre-Construction From the $300's
Skyline at Mary Brickell Village is the residential component of one of the most highly regarded and anticipated mixed-use developments in Brickell, Mary Brickell Village. Mary Brickell Village, a two-level open air Village center featuring more than 200,000 square feet of restaurants, entertainment & shopping, is being heralded as one of Miami's most unique environments in which to live, shop and play.

The Plaza on Brickell Pre-Construction From the $300's
The Plaza on Brickell consists of two towers, one running north-south, parallel to Brickell Avenue, and the other with an east-west orientation. The towers enclose an open-air entertainment plaza conceived as a focal point for casual dining, meeting and relaxing. The Plaza on Brickell offers a dynamic lifestyle within walking distance to downtown Miami, Mary Brickell Village and the New River Promenade.

Infinity At Brickell Pre-Construction From the $300's
The Infinity at Brickell introduces the latest concept in urban living.. SKY-LOFTS. Sky-lofts, available in both in one-story “Flats” and two stories “Splits”, are free flowing open space where one room flows from one space to another by minimizing constraining hallways and walls, and where the sky and outdoors are visually brought indoors, in every residence, through expansive glass walls.

The Club Brickell Bay Pre-Construction From the $300's
This 43-story luxury high-rise, being billed as “Miami’s Answer to Park Avenue, offers city living in a resort-style atmosphere. In The Club at Brickell Bay you will find luxurious residences, exceptional service, country club caliber amenities, and premium finishes at down to earth prices.

The Emerald Pre-Construction From the $300's
The Emerald at Brickell is a sculptural 27-story pure glass skyrise located right on the bay offering panoramic views of the ocean and city, plus a phenomenal array of luxurious amenities, features and finishes.

Four Seasons Residences Recent Construction From the $700's
As the tallest residential building in South Florida, Four Seasons Hotel and Tower represents the very pinnacle of fine living. The building's lower floors house the five-star Four Seasons Hotel Miami. Above the hotel, spanning from the 40th to the 70th floor, the Residences offer owners a new standard of residential excellence with the finest ocean and city views and legendary hotel services.

Four Seasons Condo Hotel Recent Construction From the $500's
As the tallest residential building in South Florida, Four Seasons Hotel and Tower represents the very pinnacle of fine living. The building's lower floors house the five-star Four Seasons Hotel Miami. Above the hotel, spanning from the 30th to the 36th floor, the condo/hotel units offer a unique Guest Residency Program with the finest ocean and city views and legendary hotel services.



Downtown Miami
Centered at Flagler Street and Miami Avenue, Downtown Miami has become the commercial center of the Western hemisphere, as well as the multi-lingual business hub of the Americas. Bound by Biscayne Bay on the east and the Miami River on the south, Miami's city center combines lofty high-rise condominiums, apartment buildings, and new residential developments with sleek office towers and hotels --all complemented by lively stores in the downtown shopping district.

Downtown Miami is the home of the Port of Miami, the region's largest commercial seaport and the busiest port for cruise ships in the world, handling 75% of all worldwide cruise passengers. On Biscayne Boulevard, Bayside Marketplace, an open-air shopping and entertainment waterfront complex, is a popular tourist destination for gift shopping, dining and enjoying outdoor performances. Miami's downtown area is also a world-class metropolitan cultural center that attracts the best musical and dramatic artists to its museums and to the renowned Gusman Center for the Performing Arts.

Today, no more than 1,000 people live in downtown Miami's central business district, which bustles by day with the suit-and-tie crowd strolling to offices and shoppers browsing jewelry shops and electronic stores. As did urban-dwellers everywhere, Miamians fled the city core in the 1960's, in search of newer housing in the suburbs. But now, new residential mixed-use developments are attracting empty nesters and young professionals rediscovering the lure of urban living and swearing off the commute. They are joined by Latin Americans, Europeans and snowbirds looking for second homes or sound investments. The result will be a dynamic, hip, 24-7 city in just a few short years.

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Met 3 Early Pre-Construction From the $300's
Met 3 is the second luxury tower in a massive mixed-use development spanning six acres called Metropolitan Miami. This project includes 1,500 residences in three towers -Met 1, Met 2 and Met 3-, a four story 120,000 square feet retail and entertainment complex called Met Square, and a 500,000 square feet office building.

Met 1 Pre-Construction From the $300's
Met 1 is the first luxury tower in a massive mixed-use development spanning six acres called Metropolitan Miami. This project includes 1,500 residences in three towers -Met 1, Met 2 and Met 3-, a four story 120,000 square feet retail and entertainment complex called Met Square, and a 500,000 square feet office building.

50 Biscayne Pre-Construction From the $300's
50 Biscayne will be one of the biggest newly constructed projects in the rapidly changing Miami downtown area. The project will be located on the full-block along Biscayne Boulevard between Flagler and First Street, centrally located across the street from 32-acre Bayfront Park and steps away from Bayside Marketplace, the Downtown Shopping District, and the Metrorail.

Everglades On The Bay Pre-Construction From the $400's
Located across Biscayne Boulevard from Biscayne Bay, this new contemporary mixed-use condominium project will be erected on the same site as the landmark Everglades Hotel and will offer spectacular views of glittering Biscayne Bay and the city skyline.



Miami River
The Miami River, which flows from its source near Miami International Airport to its mouth at Biscayne Bay, is on tap to be the next big mecca for high-rise condos, upscale lofts and office buildings. To reverse a century of neglect, the Florida Legislature in 1998 created the Miami River Commission to improve the 5.5-mile river and its surroundings. The Commission's comprehensive redevelopment plan calls for dredging and cleaning of the river, a continuous riverwalk along both banks of the river that connects to the Bayfront Park and Bayside Marketplace on the bay downtown, and retail, residential and office buildings.

The plan has sparked a flurry of development along the banks of the river that will result in the renaissance of the Miami River. The outcome will be a complete rebirth of downtown residential life along the water. As the river’s revival takes hold, the area will be filled with people. Cafes, restaurants, parks and stores will line the tree-canopied riverwalks, while recreational boats and water taxis will shuttle people along the river to the bay. The transformation will give way to a vibrant riverside community, to the likes of Seine in Paris and San Antonio's Riverwalk in Texas.

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The Residences at Riverwalk Pre-Construction From the $900's
The Residences at Riverwalk are the only low-density waterfront condominiums in the historically preserved neighborhood of Spring Garden. If you are looking for exclusivity, prestige, quiet elegance, luxury and security, then The Residences at Riverwalk is for you. All units have 3 bedrooms and 3.5 baths with over 2,200 square feet of living space and ten foot ceilings and a flow through design with stunnning views of both the city and the water.

Wind By Neo Pre-Construction From the $300's
Wind is the first tower of a massive six tower project called River Front located at the North Bank of the Miami River. River Front will be Miami's only gated and secured private enclave that is sure to become the epicenter of urban living. The 13.5-acre community will boast a Boulevard lined with cafes, restaurants, retail, residences, office condos, and a 900 foot pedestrian River Walk extending the entire length of the property.

Latitude On The River Pre-Construction From the $300's
Latitude on the River combines affordable luxury condominium living with the vibrant rhythm of riverfront living. Optimally located on the exclusive southern side of the historic Miami River, Latitude On The River sits in the very midst of the new Riverwalk Promenade, and just steps from the center of Mary Brickell Village. This mixed-use waterfront development houses a luxury condominium tower, restaurants, and commercial and retail buildings.

Brickell on the River North Tower Pre-Construction From the $300's
Brickell on the River is magnificent 712-unit two-tower project that has set out to redefine luxury waterfront city living. The first tower of this project is an architecturally stunning building rising at the edge of the Miami River.

Brickell on the River South Tower Pre-Construction From the $300's
Brickell on the River is magnificent 712-unit two-tower project that has set out to redefine luxury waterfront city living. The second tower of this project is the first condominium ever in downtown Miami to feature all two-story residences.



Uptown Miami
Uptown Miami is the area just north of downtown Miami along Biscayne Blvd. This area is also undergoing a major revival and explosive redevelopment extending north from downtown. The push is driven by a growing desire of people to leave the monotony of the suburbs and live in a vital, stimulating, urban environment filled with interesting restaurants, live music, art galleries and walkable streets.

North of downtown, Biscayne Boulevard is being transformed into a gracious pedestrian promenade worthy of its name, with sculpted medians, paved sidewalks and abundant landscaping. The upcoming Museum Park (at the current Bicentennial Park site) will be a waterfront park with vast green spaces in a 29-acre site. It will also be the home of a new Museum of Science and Space Transit Planetarium and the new Miami Art Museum. As Miami's version of Central Park, it will rival the greatest public spaces of the world, becoming a magnet for locals and visitors alike and transforming lower Biscayne Boulevard into a vibrant neighborhood.  

Just north of the planned Museum Park, the new Performing Arts Center, which will be the cultural focal point of downtown Miami, is now taking shape on Biscayne Boulevard. It will be a world-class venue including a 2,200 seat symphony hall, a 2,480 seat ballet opera house, a 200-seat studio theater, and the new headquarters of the Florida Grand Opera. The center will become the nucleus of the arts and entertainment district, transforming South Florida into the cultural capital of the Americas.

And further north along Biscayne Boulevard is The Miami Design District, an 18 square block community overflowing with exciting interior design showrooms and stores, art studios and galleries, movie production and theatrical costume companies, and much more. The area's vast galleries can be explored during Gallery Night the second Friday of each month.

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Midtown Miami Early Pre-Construction From the $300's
Midtown Miami is being heralded as the first city-within-a-city in Miami. This massive 56 acre mixed-use project will include condos, lofts, office space and the new Shops at Midtown Miami. The first phase will consist of a a 336-unit building called 3541 featuring contemporary styling with three different height elevations.

Cite Pre-Construction From the $200's
Cite is a 437-unit residential and retail project in the Omni area, just a few blocks from the new Performing Arts Center. The 4.6 acre development, located right on the sparkling waters of Biscayne Bay, consists of three buildings plus a separate garage structure.



Doral
Noted for its beautiful residential areas, Doral is situated in north-west of Miami amid lakes and rolling green golf courses. With a a population of just over 20,000 residents in 13 square miles, Doral has been developed as a premiere golf-oriented community, with pleasant suburban homes in lushly landscaped gardens. A world renowned spa, country clubs and championship courses surround the picturesque neighborhoods composed of estate homes, townhouses and condominiums which range in price from moderate to expensive.

The Doral area offers a serene residential lifestyle with a fast-growing thriving business community. Doral is home to the world famous Doral Country Club, featuring a superb health club with state of the art exercise equipment, three pools, two golden beaches and much more for families to enjoy. But the crown jewel is the storied Doral Golf Resort, with 90 golf holes, 693 guest rooms and the country's largest pro shop.

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Promenade Series at the Islands at Doral From the $270's
The Islands at Doral is a luxurious, master-planned community known for its varied home styles and unsurpassed lifestyle opportunities. The Promenade series is a collection of 240 garden villas featuring unique home designs.

Antilles Series at the Islands at Doral From the $300's
The Islands at Doral is a luxurious, master-planned community known for its varied home styles and unsurpassed lifestyle opportunities. The Antilles series is a collection of townhomes featuring spacious floor plans.



Aventura
Incorporated in 1995, Aventura is one of Miami-Dade's newest communities. It comprises 3.2 square miles located on the Intracoastal Waterway in northeast Miami-Dade County and is conveniently located midway between the Miami and Ft. Lauderdale airports and seaports. Aventura is a young, vibrant, full-service municipality with a diverse demographic base and is recognized internationally as a premier location in which to live, shop and play. Aventura is also synonymous with world-class shopping at Aventura Mall, Miami’s largest shopping center, and Loehmann’s Fashion Island, a center for designer clothing for men and women as well as furniture and toys. 

Aventura has established its niche as an enclave of tropical landscaping and water surrounding sleek high-rises and luxurious single-family homes. It's upscale condo community includes prominent neighborhoods like Turnberry Isle --with its exclusive Turnberry Isle Golf Club--, Williams Island, The Waterways and Mystic Point, which have attracted a professional wealthy population base that enjoys the area’s golfing, boating, shopping and dining amenities. Because the city has no history of unmanaged urban sprawl, the shopping malls, resorts and marinas reflect a level of planning and attention to detail with which older communities cannot compete. Aventura's attractiveness lies in the sheer beauty of its contemporary design customized for a hip, modern, urban clientele who are accustomed to surrounding themselves with the best. 

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Bal Harbour
The Village of Bal Harbour, occupying a third of a square mile, is one of the smallest municipalities in Miami-Dade County, but it's also one of the most exclusive and prettiest with abundant landscaping and a curving arc of beach bordered by a lush walking path. Situated between the Atlantic Ocean on the east and Biscayne Bay on the west, and bordered on the south by Surfside and the north by Sunny Isles Beach, the village is located within equal distance of both Miami and Fort Lauderdale. 

Bal Harbour is home to many celebrities and millionaires. The village's community of large homes, oceanfront high-rise luxury condominiums, and five star hotels is complemented by a world-famous upscale shopping center. Bal Harbour Shops' open sky tropical garden setting is the backdrop for a collection of internationally renowned boutiques and stores. The main street, Collins Avenue, is graced with lush greenery, including coconut palms in the center median and date palms on both sides of the street. At night, the trees are brilliantly illuminated, transforming Bal Harbour Village into a tropical oasis.

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Miami Beach
Incorporated in 1915, the city of Miami Beach is a long, narrow seven square mile barrier island (and adjacent islets) located between the Atlantic Ocean and Biscayne Bay. The island is connected to the mainland by a series of picturesque causeways. With over 7 miles of wide sand beaches, Miami Beach is a world-famous tourist destination. More than 7.5 million tourists per year come to Miami Beach to enjoy its pristine beaches, world-renowned hotels, world-class dining, shopping, entertainment and trend-setting nightlife.

Miami Beach is also a thriving cultural district with more activity than any other region in Florida. The historical Colony Theater is host to the Miami City Ballet, the New World School of the Arts, and the Florida Grand Opera. The 2700 seat Jackie Gleason Theater for the Performing Arts is home to the Miami City Ballet, as well as many Broadway, dance, and musical shows. The Bass Museum has an extensive collection of European painting, sculpture, and textiles from the Renaissance to the present, as well as changing exhibits. The Wolfsonian Museum has a delightful collection of decorative and industrial arts dated from the 1800s to the 1940s. The award winning Miami Beach Convention Center, stretching across four blocks in Miami Beach, is among the top convention centers in the country with more than 500,000 square feet of contiguous exhibit space and 68 meeting rooms.

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BelAire on the Bay Early Pre-Construction From the $600's
BelAire on the Bay is the newest project on Miami Beach, ideally located the north side of Miami Beach right on Biscayne Bay with gorgeous water views overlooking the city of Miami. This project is being built by the developer of the beautiful recently completed BelAire on the ocean at 65 Street and Collins Avenue in Miami Beach, and it is being marketed as its sister building. The project will feature a marina with approximately 16 boat slips.



Sunny Isles Beach
Incorporated in 1997, Sunny Isles Beach is on a two square mile barrier island located in the northeast corner of Miami-Dade County, bounded by the Atlantic Ocean on the east and the Intracoastal Waterway on the west. Bordered on the south by Bal Harbour and the north by Golden Beach, Sunny Isles Beach is midway between downtown Miami and Fort Lauderdale. With a 2 ½ mile-long recently widened fine sand beach and outdoor amenities such as water sports, boating, fishing, and tennis, as well as the abundant shopping, dining and entertainment options, the city is a popular tourist destination and a highly desirable place to live.

The city is currently experiencing a major redevelopment renaissance. On the east side of Collins Avenue, the main thoroughfare, the funky 50’s motels and small beachfront hotels are giving way to luxury oceanfront condominium towers and condo-hotels, including upscale hotels managed by reknown Le Meridien, Trump Sonesta and Rosewood. To the west of Collins Avenue, the city is renovating the shopping malls, building parks, improving the infrastructure and laying the groundwork for future redevelopment. Collins Avenue is also undergoing a major beautification process that includes lush greenery and palm trees along the median and sides of the road.

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Trump Towers Early Pre-Construction From the $800's
The Trump Towers promises to be one of the finest, most elegant oceanfront residences in Florida. With a world-class development team headed by The Related Group, The Trump Organization and Dezer Development, every inch of the property's impeccable design has been meticulously devised to cater to the most discriminating tastes of a select buyer.



South Beach
Occupying less than two square miles on the southern tip of Miami Beach, South Beach ranks as one of the Travel Channels’ top ten beaches in the world. With its beautiful beach and whimsical architecture, the area --also known as the American Riviera-- has become a favored location for films, music and television shows and a backdrop for fashion shoots. The Art Deco Historic District, with the largest concentration of 1920's and 1930s architecture in the world, is listed in the National Register of Historic Places and recognized globally as one of Greater Miami and the Beaches’ unique attractions. 

Bordering the beach, Ocean Drive is lined with art deco hotels, trendy shops, and celebrity owned cafes and restaurants. Pedestrian-only Lincoln Road Mall is a chic outdoor shopping district with outdoor restaurants, boutiques, bookstores, art galleries and studios. At night South Beach comes alive with one of the liveliest night scenes found anywhere. On Ocean Drive, rock and jazz spills out of hotels, clubs and bars, with musicians and singers performing live in local night spots, while on parallel Washington Avenue dancers gyrate to throbbing house music in packed dance clubs.

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Homestead
The City of Homestead is the second oldest city in Miami-Dade county. Occupying over 14 square miles, it lies near the southern-most tip of Florida, where sunny days are in the majority and the average temperature is 75 degrees. Ten miles west are the vast mangrove forests and watery sawgrass plains of Everglades National Park, a subtropical wilderness that shelters alligator and ibis, eagle and manatee.

For many years Homestead was a traditional farming town, but today it is a long way from the agricultural town it once was. Recently labeled as "Boom Town" by the Miami Herald, the city is currently experiencing a building boom due to scarcity of developable land in north and central Miami-Dade County. Homestead is now the 9th fastest growing city in the country for cities over 25,000 residents. City planners and developers are transforming the city with urban developments of gated communities that have parks, areas to walk, and even space for schools. In all, a total of 14,500 units are expected to go up within 10 years, doubling the population of almost 40,000 residents by 2010.

Even with all the expected growth, the city strives to maintain a hometown atmosphere that welcomes visitors, and ensures the city is an increasingly desirable place to live, work and raise a family. As a result, the city has become a South Florida destination and an alternative for many escaping the more crowded and expensive areas of Miami-Dade County.

To support the growth many new businesses and entertainment venues are planned or under construction. Flagship Cinemas is bringing an $8 million, 40,000-square-foot movie theater that will have stadium seating with about 2,400 seats, 14 screens and digital sound. Construction has also begun on the new Baptist Health 120-bed prototype hospital for the future. This state-of-the-art hospital will broaden healthcare services for the expanding population of south Miami-Dade County. The $130-plus million project, which also includes a medical office building, will feature private patient rooms, an large Emergency Center, and an expanded clinical space for outpatient diagnostic services and minimally invasive surgery. The hospital, projected to open in late 2006, will bring a new level of healthcare to the community and generate significant employment opportunities in the area.

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Silver Palms From the $270's
Silver Palms will be a beautifully landscaped 292-acre elegant community in the Homestead/Cutler Ridge area featuring 13-acres of private parks with 7.8 acres set aside for 3 proposed Charter Schools from grades K-12. The community of single-family homes and townhomes will feature a private clubhouse with a community pool, a children’s pool, tot lots with playground equipment, fitness center and much more.



West Miami

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Trails at Monterey II From the $400's
Trails at Monterey II is an exquisite community designed after the luxurious home styles typically seen in California. This project offers luxurious 3 to 6 bedroom single family homes, with 4 distinct elevations to choose from.



Surfside
The Town of Surfside is a tranquil family-oriented oceanfront community located between Miami Beach and Bal Harbour. With a population of only 4,500, the town combines a quiet, attractive, residential neighborhood with a traditional "home town" shopping district and a number of resorts, hotels and motels which host tourists and other visitors all year round. 

Surfside has strict zoning laws that restrict the height of  condominiums and hotels along the oceanfront to 12 stories. The lack of high-rises gives this town a unique look, where rejuvenated hotels, new luxury condominiums and older houses and condos are mixed together in a peaceful and relaxed neighborhood setting.

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