Expansive views are just the beginning of the story that surrounds Downtown Miami’s most elevated new address, Marquis Residences. At 1100 Biscayne Blvd., the Arquitectonica-designed, 67-story Marquis tower rises just steps from the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts and the American Airlines Arena. Directly across Biscayne Boulevard lies the culturally rich Museum Park and a commanding view straight down the dramatic perspective of Government Cut, all the way to the Atlantic horizon.
“In a city of beautiful views, this is the most dramatic of them all,” says Steve Sorensen, vice president at ONE Sotheby’s International Realty, the firm heading sales at Marquis Residences, “and no one else has it. No one can block it. And no one ever will.”
And that is just the East view. From Downtown’s tallest residential tower there are 360 degrees of ocean and city views. Marquis Residences delivers, no matter where residents look – even if they look within, Sorensen says.
Expansive is the word that again comes to mind when standing in the generously proportioned living room of one of Marquis’ 292 residences, surrounded by floor-to-ceiling windows filled with ocean, bay and skyline views. Ranging from 1,477 to 3,759 square feet and offering from one to four bedrooms, Marquis Residences are now priced from $375,000 – as much as 45 percent below the original pricing. Another plus: More than $50 million in financing has been made available at attractive rates for eligible national and foreign buyers, Sorensen says.
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Meanwhile, the luxury being delivered at Marquis Residences is every bit as elaborate as one could desire. Residents enjoy exquisitely designed interior spaces and exclusive amenities such as a 14th-floor terrace with sunrise and sunset pools and an 8,000-square-foot spa.
All of this was very well received at the recent grand opening event on March 18. In attendance were many of the area’s top brokers and press personalities. Praise for the building was as free-flowing as the champagne, as glasses were raised to the future, looking bright once again over Downtown Miami, Sorensen says.
Sales open to the public this weekend.
The sales center and designer models are open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. For additional information, call 305-571-4000 or visit marquis-residences.com.