Tribeca in Miami Beach is one of Josh Stein’s most sophisticated South Florida property. Built in 1940 and remodeled by designer Andi Greenwald in 2004, these spacious units come with one or two bedrooms. When he redesigned a decade ago, Greenwald even included private terraces to expand the units’ floor space, both a practical and attention-grabbing decision that earned this complex its reputation as one of the most stunning condos in art deco district Miami.
First, you must choose between Tribeca East and Tribeca West. Neither will disappoint, though each boasts separate features. The one- or two-bedroom units in Tribeca East have retained their original but refurbished hardwood floors. The kitchens are both functional and beautiful with black granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. Of course the upgrades include new windows and doors, new plumbing and electrical systems and central air and heating. The faux fireplaces add to the modern design scheme expected in this area.
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The amenities are similar in Tribeca West, although the kitchen granite is white and the cabinets are Italian. In this art deco building, the bathrooms have marble counters and the closets are custom. Residents of either building will enjoy free on-site storage, a heated swimming pool, and private lounge areas. Choose from the outdoor courtyard or a separate seating area. Hibiscus flowers, iconic Florida palms, and a tranquil fountain decorate the peaceful space.