Marquis Residences, downtown Miami’s tallest residential condominium, and interior design firm Artefacto are hosting a Livestream camera broadcasting live video of the very best views of the Magic City, a spokesperson for the development says.
Installed outside Penthouse 6302, 63 stories above Biscayne Bay, the camera captures dramatic panoramas of the waterfront, and serves as a web portal combining real-time live footage with audio clips, stills, text, and video updates on special events, including a premium view of in-port and close-to-shore events during the Volvo Ocean Race.
Fans can tune in to the Marquis livestream cam at www.livestream.com /marquis_miami for a continuous live feed of the world’s longest and most challenging professional sailing race, says the spokesperson. The yachts are currently in Miami until May 20. The nine-month competition pits 66 sailors – 11 aboard each yacht – in a race across 39,270 nautical miles in four oceans, landing on five continents en route to the finish line in Ireland. Miami is the only North American stopover, says the spokesperson.
“The ethos at Marquis Residences is centered on innovation and this venture further testifies to our penchant for excellence,” says Lori Ordover, managing member of the Ordover Group, consultants to Marquis developer AFI-USA. “Our Livestream camera provides scintillating, 180-degree views of the world-class yachts, while interactive features allow our audience to partake in all the in-port action from the comfort of their homes.”
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Guests can also log on to the building’s Livestream channel and witness the stars appear over Biscayne Bay, watch the sun rise above the iconic skyline of Miami Beach or take note of construction progress at the new Museum of Science.
Marquis Residences boasts an 8,000-square-foot spa and fitness center overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, a sky pool on the 14th floor with Asian-inspired water gardens, and the Biscayne Beacon, a 16-story lighting fixture illuminating the top of the tower. Moreover, it is just minutes from Miami International Airport, the Miami Art Museum, the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts and the American Airlines Arena.
Available residences include single-level homes, three-level townhomes and duplex suites, all furnished with high-end stainless steel Viking appliances in European-style gourmet kitchens, including a choice of teak, zebrano and other exotic natural wood cabinetry. All bathrooms are by Sand Studio and feature Duravit Starck water closets and double sink.
Residents have access to luxury five-star hotel services, including concierge, security, valet, housekeeping and room service. There is private elevator access to many of the homes and residents can dine out at Casa Moderna’s chic Amuse Restaurant & Lounge, or enjoy its full menu in the privacy of their own homes.
Residences start at $590,000 for a 1,477-square-foot two-bedroom, two-and-a-half bath residence and range up to $2.2 million for a 2,900-square-foot, two-and-a-half bedroom, two-and-a-half bath duplex penthouse. Marquis Residences’ newly launched Sky Townhomes, which are two-bedroom, two-and-a-half bath, tri-level homes on the 14th floor overlooking Marquis’s sky pool deck and Asian-inspired gardens start at $650,000 for decorator-ready units and $840,000 for Artefacto-designed homes.
Marquis Residences is at 1100 Biscayne Blvd., in Miami. The sales center and model residences are open daily. For more information, call 866-445-6997, or visit Marquis-Miami.com.