Caribbean Condo Restored
The Caribbean condominium today was not always this stunning two-building glass structure. Before, the six-storey building was once the Caribbean Hotel that was built in 1941. This historical landmark was torn down and restored to its glamor while another tower adjacent to it was built from scratch. These two buildings glistening like the oceanfront it is facing is known today as the Caribbean.
The six-storey building is called the North Tower with 35 lavish residential units, while the 19-storey building called the South Tower has 68 equally luxurious ones. Each residential unit is around 9-feet tall while penthouses are around 10-11 feet tall that comes with their own rooftop terraces and private pools and Jacuzzis. All units, however, are lined with floor-to-ceiling glass windows that enable the residents to witness the picturesque scene of the Atlantic Ocean and the horizon that goes with it. At night, residents can also have a glimpse the colorful Miami skyline with all its life and splendor.
Caribbean Condo Residential Living
Each residential unit is also equipped with Italian cabinetry and European finishes that give elegance a new meaning. Residential spaces have sleek marble and granite-filled kitchen and bathrooms, Miele stainless steel household appliances, high-speed internet connection, and glass tubs and showers. In spite of these modern features, each residential unit at the Caribbean still maintains a homelike atmosphere because unlike the other high-rise residential towers, the Caribbean is more of a boutique condominium. This is thanks to the very-talented designer, Christopher Ciccone, a famed interior designer.
It is not only the Caribbean that went through a major renovation. The condominium itself sits at the Historic District where similar buildings were restored like The Saxony, the Ritz Carlton Residences, and Marriot. Moreover, the strategic location of the Caribbean allows residents to enjoy first-class boutiques and salons just a walk away. There are also a number of fine dining restaurants around the area.
At the end of the day, the Caribbean is no longer like the Caribbean Hotel it once was, but still somehow the same. It may not be the six-storey boutique hotel what with it being converted into a condominium with an adjacent 19-storey building. Nonetheless, it still maintained its home-like atmosphere, and it continues to look into the gleaming waters of the Miami Beach. Guests new and old are bound to find this a home worth living in.
- 24-hour concierge
- 24-hour valet parking with assigned parking spaces for homeowners
- Walkways to world-class shops and fine dining restaurants
- Heated infinity pool and private swimming pools and Jacuzzi for penthouse owners
- Fully-manned pool area with complimentary towel and lounge areas
- Direct access to the beach
- Fire pit for events and gatherings
- Billiard area
- Stylish porch that leads to the lobby
- Wireless touch screen panels for concierge services
- Fully-equipped fitness center
- High-speed elevators and a separate service elevator
- Cigar humidors
- A business center with spacious conference rooms
- Storage area for bicycles