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Josh Stein Realtor - Miami Beach Condos and Homes

• Aside from its beaches, resorts, and world-class attractions, Miami Beach is world-renowned for its unique collection of Art Deco architecture.

• Some of these buildings represent an eclectic design and style you literally won’t find anywhere else.

• The following represent just a small sample of some of the best Miami Beach Art Deco Condos on the market.

Built in 1937, The Aloha is a cozy and fully renovated boutique condominium located on Meridian Ave, just steps from the equally historical Espanola Way.  The chic Aloha consist of just 8 units, each ranging from 1 to 2 bedrooms and from 540 to 940 square feet. Every art deco home for sale is fully updated and features modern kitchens, upgraded baths, and new electrical and plumbing systems. Over-sized windows and high ceilings make for a roomy feel, while the tropical landscaping and trendy location bring out the best of Miami Beach living.

Cabana Miami Art Deco

Enjoy the Luxury of the Best Miami Beach Art Deco Buildings

The Cabana, located on 1551 Lenox Ave, is a 2-story condominium that dates back to the 1940s. Having undergone a relatively recent renovation, it is now a lovely combination of modern and classic amenities. All 8 of its units have 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and a living area ranging from 920 to 990 square feet. Each condo features new central air conditioning, hardwood flooring, high-end finishes, and European kitchens complete with granite countertops, custom cabinets, and stainless steel appliances. Its lush landscaping and close proximity to Lincoln Road will help you enjoy Miami Beach to the fullest.

Finally, there is The Vanderbilt, located on 810 Pennsylvania Ave, and so exemplary of Art Deco style, that it has won the Deco Design Preservation League Award.  Originally built in 1946, The Vanderbilt underwent a complete restoration in 2004 that has fully-updated its amenities and features while retaining its chic style. Each of its 14 one-bedroom residences include such remarkable features as Brazilian cherry wood floors, cararra marble countertops, stainless steel appliances, and impact-resistance windows. Additionally, two of the penthouse units include 300 square feet of private terraces.

These are just a small sample of the lovely Miami Beach Condos that make up this dynamic real estate market Miami Beach Art Deco .