Miami, FL (PressExposure) May 16, 2013 -- There is a real estate spot that once was a very attractive block of art deco apartments with sleek lines, portholes and a courtyard with a very nice view into Simpson Park. The Metrorail came and that park view was replaced with a view of the Metrorail. The Metrorail landscaped the underneath but it still wasn't as nice a view. The old apartments were even featured in a scene from the movie There's Something About Mary. That old building is going to be just a memory now as sales for a new luxury real estate tower on the same site are underway. The new tower will be tall enough to recapture those grand views of the Simpson Park. This new tower will be called Le Parc. The building's architect is Luis Revuelta and renderings show a lovely new building but you can't replace history. The biggest plus to the luxury buildings in miami is its height which will take better use of the space than its real estate predecessor.
Le Parc at Brickell will be a 12-story, 124-unit luxury condo tower. This piece of luxury real estate is being planned by AXA Developers and Strategic Properties Group in Miami's upscale Brickell neighborhood in a joint venture. It is scheduled for delivery in 2014. The eco-friendly, boutique-style building will centrally located just a few blocks away from Miami's urban core. It will have panoramic views of Simpson Park looking out towards Biscayne Bay and the Downtown Miami skyline.
The real estate location will be at 1600 SW 1st Avenue which is adjacent to Miami's Brickell Financial District. Le Parc at Brickell will offer residents city convenience with park serenity as it sits across from the eight acres of protected botanical gardens and nature trails, at the historic Simpson Park. The amenity-rich, boutique building is also very close to Miami's public transportation Metrorail and Metromover systems.
Units at Le Parc at Brickell will offer 124 luxury residences with one, two and three bedroom layouts, in addition to two-story townhome units. Units will have 6-foot-wide private terraces with spectacular park views and panoramic city views of the Downtown Miami/Brickell skyline looking outward to Biscayne Bay. This is a fine addition of luxury real estate.