“The new buildings on Miami Beach have so many amenities and the latest in technology,” said Oliver Ruiz, managing broker at Sieber International Realty. “I don’t think the older buildings will compare ever.”
At the Palazzo Del Sol, architect Kobi Karp cut back on terraces so he could push the living areas to the edge. With 10-foot ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows, its residences are bathed in sun.
The indoor common areas, by interior designer Alison Antrobus of Antrobus and Ramirez, are meant to look modern but warm, with oak flooring, and lounge chairs and beds in the movie theater.
“We wanted to make it relaxed,” Ms. Puig said, “because it’s still an island, but luxurious.”
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