The 112 slips and two towers of condos at Marina Palms Yacht Club & Residences in North Miami Beach, Florida are officially finished and ready for buyers. The development is the first residential marina and yacht club development in Miami-Dade County in more than two decades.
Marina Palms sits at 172nd Street and Biscayne Boulevard. It’s on the same location as a longtime boating area that unfortunately fell into disrepair starting in the 1980s. Pilings rotted, and boats sank, abandoned. Basin clearing and construction began on Marina Palms in 2013. Now, yachts and megayachts to 100 feet can dock there, amid concrete pilings and benefitting from high-speed Internet, electricity, and other customary comforts. High-speed on-site fueling is also available, via a central floating fuel dock. Furthermore, the depth of the marina is welcoming to some sailing yachts, since it ranges from nine to 12 feet (about 2.7 to 3.7 meters).
Slips are naturally attracting buyers also wishing to acquire one of the condos. Marina Palms has two 25-story condominium buildings, with apartments containing two to four bedrooms. Berth owners benefit from a full-time dockmaster and a concierge to arrange provisioning and local entertainment. Furthermore, residents who buy a slip can join the Marina Palms Boat Club. (Membership entails an initiation fee and then monthly dues.) This allows use of a variety of development-owned boats, ranging from fishing boats to cabin cruisers. Kayaks, paddleboards, and PWCs are additionally at your disposal. Residence owners get access to a spa, workout studios, an infinity pool and hot tub, butler service, and more.
Residence pricing starts at $900,000.