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Major Commercial and Mixed-Use Projects Driving Demand for Miami Residential Properties


Miami, FL -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/30/2015 -- Brosda and Bentley, leading specialists on the Sunny Isles Miami Pre Construction Real Estate market, highlight the importance of prominent commercial and public development projects in boosting the appeal of residential real estate.

While luxurious pre-construction condos such as Estates At Acqualina, Armani CASA, and Château Beach are alluring in their own right – owing to cutting-edge designs, deluxe residences, and resort-style amenities – the growth in new shopping, dining, and leisure attractions across the Miami area is bolstering their value further.

The following represent some of the larger and better-known projects currently in development in the Miami Metropolitan Area.

About SkyRise Miami
Rising 1,000 feet from the Bayfront Entertainment Center, the distinctively designed tower will be Florida's tallest structure upon completion in mid-2017. The noteworthy Berkowitz Development Group has teamed up with renowned architects, designers, and engineers to provide Miami with an iconic landmark and recreational center. SkyRise promises a range of amenities, including three observation decks, a restaurant, nightclub, interactive exhibit, three planned rides, and more.

About Miami WorldCenter
The $2 billion mixed-use complex will span 10 city blocks and a total of 30 acres in downtown Miami, providing a central hub that will revitalize the city's booming urban core. The plan calls for 7,000 parking spaces and a separate 1,800-car garage; 750,000 square feet of retail space, which will be anchored by a Macy's and Bloomingdale's; an 80,000-square-foot event deck; and a 1,800-room Marriott Marquis Hotel, which will include 600,000 square feet of event space.

About American Dream Mall
Announced earlier this month, this latest project will be the country's largest mall, and is being undertaken by Triple Five, the same developer behind the current title holder, Mall of America. The $4 billion complex will span 200 acres of northwestern Miami-Dade County, and include not only a range of shops but amenities such as an artificial ski slope, Legoland Park, waterpark, sea lion show, indoor gardens, miniature golf course, and much more.

Moreover, these developments are located near many of the most acclaimed pre construction condos, providing considerable business and leisure opportunities to those with a strong interest in first-tier property investments.

About Brosda and Bentley
As an independent, premium brand luxury real estate firm, Brosda and Bentley is well equipped to provide any advice and expertise required by cash investors seeking the best and most accessible opportunities. Because the firm does not affiliate with developers, its experts can provide an objective and comprehensive view of the market, including the most lucrative and honest deals available.

Those wishing to learn more are invited to contact Brosda and Bentley at 786-363-8551 or Château Beach