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April 5, 2017
Only 26 condos remain at Marina Palms Yacht Club and Residences in North Miami Beach, and the recently completed waterfront development is offering multiple incentives to help sell the remaining units. Buyers who sign contracts in April will receive a year of free taxes and homeowners' association fees. These residences should sell quickly.
The 234 units in the first tower at Marina Palms are completely sold out. The 26 unsold condominiums are all located in the second tower, known as The Reserve, and include 13 stunning penthouse residences. Prices for the remaining condominiums range from 990,000 dollars to 4 million dollars. Marina Palms condos feature open floor plans, gourmet kitchens, smart technology and 8-foot deep private terraces, with spectacular views of the marina, Intracoastal Waterway and Atlantic Ocean.
Amenities at Marina Palms Yacht Club include a resort-style waterfront pool deck, an infinity-edge pool, a children's pool, a hot tub, pet stations, a spa, a fitness center and 24-hour security. The spectacular development also features a 112-slip marina and yacht club. Marina Palms is the first new luxury condominium and yacht club project in Miami in two decades.
For more information on Marina Palms condos for sale, contact Niki Higgins at +1-954-817-2500 or +1-888-242-4422.
Source: The Real Deal
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