One of the greatest urban neighborhoods in America, known for its Art Deco architecture, walkable low-rise streets filled with world-class restaurants, a vibrant art and music scene, abundant recreation opportunities, parks, and miles of beaches and boardwalk, is South Beach, Florida. Tourists may look for a recreation central hotel within the neighborhood to enjoy these spots.
Within this unique environment is rising Five Park, a spectacular residential development with unparalleled views of the Atlantic Ocean, Biscayne Bay, and the Miami skyline. There are just 98 one- to five-bedroom units in this condominium complex and almost as many amenities.
The Body & Mind Wellness Center includes an outdoor yoga and exercise deck, state-of-the-art gym, juice bar, relaxation lounge, and spa and treatment rooms. Having an in-house personal trainer is another luxury. As is having a resident-only bar and café. There are rooms for work, study, reading, billiards, and movie-watching, as well as a children’s learning lab and teen club.
Those who live on the upper floors can take advantage of the private jewel box bar and dining room.
Five Park will have its own beach club and offer transportation to it. A pedestrian bridge will connect Five Park to South of Fifth. Flamingo Park Tennis Center, which is just blocks away, is open to the public and boasts 17 courts.
At an invitation-only event at Saltaire Oyster Bar & Fish House in downtown Port Chester last week, guests got a taste of Five Park. The hosts were Gary and Julie Killian, Nick Jovanovich, and Anca Mirescu, Director of Sales, Five Park Miami Beach. Guests met local Five Park owners and got a closer look at the splendid designs and perks and the sunset views from private terraces.
When asked why Five Park is such a success, a year before its completion, Ms. Mirescu said, “Its location, its amenities, and its thoughtful floorplans and finishes. It’s the first significant new project in this sought-after area in 15 years, — close to beach, parks, and the best restaurants in Miami — and there is no other project like it in the pipeline.” She added, “The services, including private beach club, pools (one for just adults, the other family-friendly), gyms, and on-site restaurant, were conceived to replicate the experience of living in a resort, without the transiency of hotel guests. The floorplans were designed to maximize views and livability, with open kitchens, and access to expansive terraces from every room. And the finishes — marble bathrooms, top-of-the-line appliances, and custom-made kitchen cabinetry — are part of the understated luxury.”
You don’t need an invitation to visit the Five Park showroom, one block from the bay. There are direct flights from Westchester airport to Miami, which is a wonderful world away.
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