Continuum II – Unit 1504
50 South Pointe Drive
Miami Beach, FL 33139
Priced at: $1,350,000
Continuum II is the long-awaiting follow-up to one of South Beach’s most glamorous and best-located luxury condo complexes, Continuum I. This new tower rises 38 stories above South Beach’s famous ocean frontage.
Continuum II is more than just another luxury waterfront condo. It offers its residents almost 12 acres of private land and 1,000 feet of beachfront bliss. Plus, the famous Sporting Club spa is a one-of-a-kind onsite spa experience.
Continnum II residents enjoy 10-foot ceilings, over-the-top kitchens, private elevator foyers, floor-to-ceiling windows and other features and amenities that are the hallmark of the South Beach luxury lifestyle.
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