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Marina Blue

Address:  888 Biscayne Blvd
Area:  DOWNTOWN MIAMI
Price Range:  $300,000-$1,500,000
Status:   Re-Sales/Pre-Construction
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Building Description

Located in the heart of exciting and trendy Downtown Miami, Marina Blue is a premium oceanfront high-rise with incredible views of Biscayne Bay. This building is famed for its design that mimics the serene beauty of the bay it sits on. The Marina Blue condo is a recently constructed building with ultra-modern interior and exterior design with the latest features and fixtures. Residents of the Marina Blue condo experience luxury bayfront living as few do with outstanding amenities that create a year-round feeling of resort style living.

Each luxury unit in Marina Blue condo has spacious balconies with panoramic views of Biscayne Bay and the Downtown Miami skyline, ten-foot ceilings, energy saving floor-to-ceiling windows, marble vanity tops, designer bathroom fixtures, European-style cabinetry, full size washer and dryer, closet shelving system, smoke detectors, fire sprinklers and stainless steel appliances.

Marina Blue condominium is also popular for its generous amenities that include porte-cochere entrance, beautiful lobby with custom made furniture,  24-hour concierge, valet services, around-the-clock security, business center, business meeting room, and fully equipped fitness center.

The Marina Blue condo is particularly sought-after because of its amazing location. This condo is not just on the water in Downtown Miami trendiest area, but it's also within walking distance of Downtown Miami's most exciting venues. These popular venues include the American Airlines Arena where pro-basketball and the biggest entertainers perform plus Bicentennial Park which is a huge park in the middle of a metropolitan area and the Bayside Marketplace which is a famed area for fine dining and shopping.



Building Amenities

  • Porte-cochere entrance
  • Beautiful reception lobby with custom-made furniture
  • Panoramic 360 degree views from every residence
  • 24 hour concierge and valet
  • Private storage facility
  • Fully equipped fitness center with high-tech equipment
  • Six high speed semi-private elevators
  • Business center, communications and small meeting conference facility with state-of-the-art business equipment


Residence Features

  • Nine and ten foot ceiling heights (eighteen feet in the lofts)
  • Pre-wired for cable television, broadband, and telephone lines
  • Energy-saving, high impact glass floor-to-ceiling doors and windows
  • Closet shelving system
  • High-efficiency HVAC system
  • Smoke detectors and fire sprinklers
  • Marble bathroom floors
  • Marble vanity top with double sinks
  • Designer bathroom fixtures
  • Separate wet room enclosed in glass for shower and bathtub
  • Granite kitchen countertops
  • European style kitchen cabinetry
  • Stainless steel designer appliances
  • Full size washer and dryer



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Updated: Thursday, July 18, 2019


A New HomeWithout Moving

What if there was some way to get that lsquo;new homersquo; buzz without the hassle? Well, of course there is, and thatrsquo;s why people spend time and money updating their homes.

Here are five ways to get yourself a new homehellip; without moving

  • 1. Extend

  • A lot of people move home because their current house is becoming a bit of a squeeze. Maybe children have come along or you now work from home. If you have the garden space, it can make financial sense to build an extension rather than find a new property. The key thing is to do the sums up front, set a budget and stick to it.

    The joy of an extension is that you have a new rooms to plan and >

  • 2. Update the kitchen

  • The kitchen has become the heart of the home, with many properties now featuring a large living space based around the kitchen. Whether or not your house will allow for a big space for cooking, dining and just hanging out, replacing your kitchen is a great option. It will renovate your house, add value and give you that lsquo;new homersquo; pleasure.

    Work with a kitchen planner to create a perfect layout, but donrsquo;t be afraid to shop around to get the update done at a price you like. Itrsquo;s often cheaper to buy appliances independently rather than through the kitchen specialist.

  • 3. Blitz the bathroom

  • Lots of us love staying in hotels and luxury apartments because of their opulent bathrooms. If this is you, think about bringing a boutique bathroom to your home. A new bathroom suite costs less than you think and will revolutionise how you feel about your bathroom. You could focus on updating your shower-bath or creating a luxurious walk-in shower, and then adding new tiles and flooring to suit your personal >

  • 4. Change the layout

  • If extending isnrsquo;t an option for you, you might look to knock down an internal wall to create a more spacious room ndash; a larger living room or an extended kitchen space. If your floor plan doesnrsquo;t give you that option, think laterally about changes you could make. Could you move to a different bedroom? Swap a dining space with a living room? Add an en-suite to your room? All of these options will give your home a new lease of life.

  • 5. Open up your loft

  • Our attics and lofts are nearly always wasted ndash; theyrsquo;re just dark, dusty storage areas. Making better use of this space will give you access to a whole new room. A master bedroom, an office, a den for the childrenhellip; You can either formally convert the space with dormer windows, or renovate it yourself. There are lots of great ideas here.

    So, with a little imagination you can achieve that happy new home without all that house-hunting, packing and spending. Enjoy your new property


    > Full Story

    Six Creative Ways to Drum up Interest in Your Home

    Organize a block party

    If you live in a neighborhood where everyone knows each other, fantastic Get everyone together on the street and offer to serve drinks or dessert in your house so you can make sure everyone comes on in. If yoursquo;re not super friendly with them, a block party is a great way to get to know the neighbors yoursquo;ll soon be leavingmdash;and maybe uncover someone whorsquo;s interesting in finding a new place in the same neighborhood.

    Have an estate sale

    A garage sale may attract mainly ultra-bargain shoppers, but an estate salehellip;thatrsquo;s another story. Not only do you have an opportunity to sell some of the items you donrsquo;t intend to take with you to your next home, but you may find a potential buyer, too. If you donrsquo;t have enough items to sell, enlist a few neighbors. They might be more than willing to haul over their old sideboard and china set for a chance to get it sold with minimal effort.

    Show off the goods

    Have a newly renovated kitchen you want to show off? Ninenbsp;out of 10 property purchases are decided by women, so invite the neighborhood moms over for wine and hors drsquo;oeuvres. You never know who will fall in love with your kitchen island and decide they need to move.

    Let your neighbors know on Nextdoor

    Depending on how your neighborhood Nextdoor is run, your post may be flagged and taken down. But, before that happens, you just might be able to zero in on a prospect or twomdash;before you even list your home for sale

    Rent a gaming truck

    For a couple hundred bucks, you can rent a gaming truck to park in your neighborhood. Invite all the moms to hang out inside with you, where they can ooh and ahh over your home while the kids are occupied and having fun in the truck.

    Ask your neighbors to put the word out

    Turning your neighbors into an extension of your real estate agentrsquo;s marketing team is easy. After all, they care about who their future neighbor will be, right?


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    10 Tips for Creating a Calmer, More Peaceful Home

    Add some greenery

    Studies have shown that plants can make your home feel calmer and ease anxiety. Plants like jasmine and English ivy can improve sleep, lavender and rosemary can lower stress, and several other plants have been shown to improve air quality so you breathe easier.

    Hide the electronics

    ldquo;Nobody wants to stare at a tangle of cords,rdquo; said Houzz. ldquo;Thankfully, we have more options than ever for keeping our tech devices hidden away. When possible, choose smaller, wi>

    Get a dog

    Or a cat, a bird, or a turtle, for that matter. Yes, having a pet can mean more noise and more mess. But, there are all kinds of studies that show that having a pet lowers stress. ldquo;Researchers found that pet-owning patients with high blood pressure could keep their blood pressure lower during times of mental stress than patients without pets,rdquo; said AnimalSmart.org. ldquo;Another study showsnbsp;that pet owners may also have increased odds of surviving for at least a year after having a heart attack.rdquo;

    Clear the clutter

    Going all Marie Kondo on your home can have surprising effects on your mental state. ldquo;Clutternbsp;can playnbsp;a significant role in how we feel about our homes, our workplaces, and ourselves,rdquo; said psychologist Sherrie Bourg Carter innbsp;Psychology Today. ldquo;Messy homes andnbsp;work spacesnbsp;leave us feelingnbsp;anxious,nbsp;helpless, and overwhelmed.rdquo;

    Tone down the harsh colors

    Therersquo;s something to be said for going bold, but soft colors can bring on a calming feeling. If you want a deeper color, consider shades of blues and greensmdash;two colors that are known to be more serene than, say bright yellow, orange, or red.

    Clean up your entryway

    Itrsquo;s the first place guests see, and while you probably donrsquo;t pass by or through your front entry all that often if you park in the garage, it may not feel as welcoming as yoursquo;d like when you do.

    Soften the lighting

    Harsh overhead lighting can make you feel like yoursquo;re being interrogated, and can also be hard on your eyes. If you need to keep it because the space will be too dark otherwise, a dimmer can at least give you some control over just how bright it is, and allow you to create a mood with lower lighting as needed.

    Limit the patterns

    ldquo;Opt for solids and subtle patterns,rdquo; said Houzz.nbsp;ldquo;Busy patterns have their place, but if yoursquo;re aiming for calm, then solid fabrics are your friends. Donrsquo;t be afraid to include subtle patterns, though: herringbone, tone-on-tone stripes, and tiny dots can add textural interest without competing for attention.rdquo;

    Buy some fresh flowers

    According to a study by Rutgers, ldquo;The presence of flowers trigger happy emotions, heightens feelings of life satisfaction and affects social behavior in a positive way far beyond what was originally believed.rdquo;

    Make your master bedroom a zen zone

    Getting good rest is key, and there are several ways you can create a soothing space. Keeping the colors serene is key, and so is a good mattress. Loading the bed up with soft textures can also help. ldquo;The sensation of touch is often overlooked, but a powerful way to unwind,rdquo; said Mass.gov.


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