Prime location, distinct décor and unmatched views at Marquis Miami condominium



This extensively upgraded, contemporary condominium is distinguished by its ultra-sleek design and spectacular 180-degree views of Biscayne Bay and the downtown Miami skyline. The price of the unit was recently reduced and it is now being offered at $1,528,900. Located within the exclusive Marquis Residences tower at 1100 Biscayne Blvd., the three-bedroom, two-and-one-half-bath designer residence, No. 2801, is a slice of luxury, highlighted by fine finishes and a seamless blend of eclectic décor and classic elegance.

Private elevators open to a white accented hallway entrance. Inside, white-glass floors stretch throughout spacious living areas, complemented by chic decor. The gourmet-style European kitchen, which sits adjacent to a dining room, has been outfitted with white lacquered cabinets, a quartz countertop, state-of-the-art appliances and an imported marble backsplash. The open living room is marked by sweeping views of the water and is adorned with an iconic, textured column in its corner, creating a unique architectural focal point.

The master bedroom, overlooking the bay, has a black crystal chandelier and a back wall adorned in a damask pattern. A second room, ideal for enjoying sunsets, continues the home’s white, contemporary theme, and a third room is marked by a vibrant red chandelier. All of the home’s baths offer luxuries such as walk-in showers, limestone floors and fine countertops. Floor-to-ceiling windows invite natural light in and allow bay and city views to serve as a visually compelling backdrop. The home features an array of unique decorative elements, such as a 100-year-old, petrified wood coffee table, a black lacquered tree and hand-painted mirrors.

Outside, a spacious balcony offers additional opportunities to take in the surrounding sights and sounds of the city. Additional amenities include luxury fixtures, custom built-ins, automatic shades, and a top-of-the-line Sonos, wireless, hi-fi sound system that can be managed from a smartphone.

Presenting convenient access to the city’s liveliest and trendiest areas, the condominium tower that Miami Heat star Mario Chalmers once called home boasts a spa, sunrise and sunset pools, sundeck, bar, fitness studios, valet and self parking, concierge services and meeting rooms.

To learn more, contact Natalia Gallego at 305-431-6489, visit or email natalia@miami

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