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54-Story Gran Paraiso Is Now Complete, With Closings Underway

54-Story Gran Paraiso Is Now Complete, With Closings Underway

Gran Paraiso, the fourth tower at Edgewater’s Paraiso Bay complex, is now open.

The 54-story, 319-unit luxury tower is open as of last week, with closings moving at full speed, according to Related Group President Carlos Rosso.

It is the final tower to open at the Paraiso Bay complex, which includes around 1,350 residences. 99 percent of units at the four towers have been sold.

Amenities at Gran Paraiso include 3 bowling alleys, 2 tennis courts, a spa and a 3 room gym.

Arquitectonica is the architect, with interior design by Piero Lissoni.

 

(photos: carlos rosso)

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Anonymous
Anonymous

Good. Now get started on One Brickell already.

Anonymous
Anonymous

With a new design that doesn’t suck eggs.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Congratulations

Anonymous
Anonymous

Wish they made units more unique instead of the same little rectangle, give me some more shapes here!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Paraíso Park

Anonymous
Anonymous

I Feel sorry for all the buyers who over paid for their units in this project. Same situation with the rest of pre-constructions. Developers use the buyers money to finance the project. Once the building is completed and they try to sell then the unit is worth 20% less of what they paid. That 20% goes to brokers commissions profits for the developer. Keeps happening over and over. Shame on brokers and developers, mainly developers. They are the ones who wants it all for them. They use the buyer’s money to make it happen and then they don’t even care if you end up losing a lot of money. I am a realtor (honest one) and have all the data to back up my comments. It has been happening with all the pre-constructions in Miami post crisis.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Blame the dumb shmuck buyers who failed to conduct their own due diligence on the supply/demand state of the market especially in this part of the city:it aint brickell.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Happens everywhere, regardless of the area…

Anonymous
Anonymous

What are they’re going to put in that empty lot in the last picture ?

Anon
Anon

Good question… it’s city owned land. Something park/greenspace related, most likely.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Yep

Anonymous
Anonymous

Paraíso Park

Anonymous
Anonymous

More empty units

Anonymous
Anonymous

WOW!!that Kitchen/Living room its only like 9′-0″ wide!!! a 30″ TV would be overkill!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Same crappy, basic interiors as with all recent Related projects. The interior shot looks nearly identical to SLS Lux, where you can practically stand in the middle of the room and reach out and touch both walls. Comically small and basic. for the prices they’re asking.

Anonymous
Anonymous

RELATED=CHEAP. Believe it or not, these units are sold at crazy prices. Brokers tell a nice story of the future and buyers believe it…then, when buyers want to sell they have to take a big loss. Happens on all the pre- constructions projects in Miami.

Anonymous
Anonymous

I’d hate to be a unit owner there. Not only do I have to own in that ugly building but I’m also under-water the minute I close.

Anonymous
Anonymous

You seem to be already under water…

Anonymous
Anonymous

Hater

Anonymous
Anonymous

TRU

Anonymous
Anonymous

How much under water? Do you think there are people desperate to get out ?

Anonymous
Anonymous

Look on the MLS. How many people are trying to get out? Only the ones who bought looking to flip right away.