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All Condos in South Beach (9)

  • Cosmopolitan

    3 neighbors Latest Activity: Jul 29, 2011 The Cosmopolitan South Beach was built in 2004 and located in the heart of South Beach. Developed by Groupe Pacific and designed by architect Maurice…

  • Mirador South Beach

    6 neighbors Latest Activity: Jul 29, 2011 The Mirador was developed in 1968 by Crescent Heights. It consists of a South tower and a North tower.

  • Continuum II

    5 neighbors Latest Activity: Jul 29, 2011 Developed in 2007 by Bruce Elchner and designed by Sieger-Suarez. (North Tower)

  • Continuum I

    5 neighbors Latest Activity: Jul 29, 2011 Developed in 2002 by Bruce Elchner and designed by Fullerton-Diaz. (South Tower)

  • Waverly South Beach

    7 neighbors Latest Activity: Jul 29, 2011 The Waverly is designed by the world-renowned architectural firm, Arquitectonica. Two interconnected 30 and 36 story towers offer breathtaking views…

  • South Pointe Tower

    5 neighbors Latest Activity: Jul 29, 2011 South Pointe Tower is an 18-story mid-rise that overlooks the Atlantic Ocean.

  • Icon South Beach

    7 neighbors Latest Activity: Jul 29, 2011 Icon South Beach was developed by the Related Group and designed by Sieger-Suarez. It lives up to its name with its unique location at the entrance…

  • Apogee

    12 neighbors Latest Activity: Jul 29, 2011 Developed by the Related Group and designed by Sieger-Suarez. This is probably considered to be one of the most luxurious condos south of fifth.

  • Flamingo South Beach

    16 neighbors Latest Activity: Jul 29, 2011 The Flamingo was developed by MCZ/Centrum Development and designed by architect Melvin Grossman. This is one of the most popular condos in South…

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