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Vizcayne condominium boasts panoramic city and bay views

 

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This stunning one-bedroom, one-bath offering in the prestigious Vizcayne condominium in downtown Miami features sweeping views of Biscayne Bay and the surrounding city. Located at 253 NE 2nd St., No. 2205 in the South Tower, it is priced at $375,000 and is within walking distance of a slew of popular boutiques, restaurants and entertainment venues including the American Airlines Arena and the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts.

The open floor plan is accented by nine-foot ceilings, floor-to-ceiling high-impact glass windows and breathtaking vistas. The gourmet-style kitchen has been outfitted with imported Italian Snaidero custom cabinetry, black granite countertops, a ceramic cooktop, built-in convection and conventional ovens, a bottom-freezer refrigerator and top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances.

A private balcony with glass railings opens the living and bedroom areas to the beautiful natural surroundings and provides an ideal location for watching sunrises and sunsets. The spacious bedroom features an expansive walk-in closet and the large marble bath has an extra wide tub and a rain shower with Kohler chrome fixtures.

Vizcayne is a full-service tower with a doorman, 24-hour security and valet parking. Residents can also enjoy access to a well-equipped fitness center, a full-service spa, a steam room and sauna, three pools, a rooftop running track, a sun-deck bar, billiards and a movie theater. From its unparalleled location, Vizcayne is also just minutes from the Brickell Financial District, Mary Brickell Village, Miami Beach and Miami International Airport. The home, ideally positioned on what is recognized as the best line at Vizcayne South, also has a washer and dryer and impact glass on all windows.

For more information, contact Irina Pichura at 305-343-6175.

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