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First Look Inside A Unit At Jade Signature

First Look Inside A Unit At Jade Signature

Jade Signature is now complete.

As of last week, 127 units had been closed on, out of 195 built. In total, more than 95% of units are in contract or have been closed on.

There are 29 units listed for sale on the MLS, including several developer units that haven’t yet been sold. Prices for developer units start at about $1,500 per square foot, or #4.8 million, and range in price up to $32.9 million.

Here is a first look inside a unit and common areas.

 

Unit 4505, listed for sale at $4,665,000. It is fully finished and includes 2,929 square feet of space:

 

 

amenity and lobby area:

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Anonymous
Anonymous

Same vents and ventilation fans as a 300k apartment. Other than some fancy marble, what else are you paying for?

Anonymous
Anonymous

This is a good point. I was underwhelmed by Echo’s interiors, but at least they sprang for linear diffusers and other nicer touches.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Probably built to just meet code. Paper thin walls? Can you hear your neighbors?

Anonymous
Anonymous

yo dawg, i heard you like marble

Anonymous
Anonymous

The apartment looks so tacky with that marble everywhere. In a few years no one will be using marble anymore. Just like granite was everywhere and now it is out of fashion.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Marble will never be out of fashion, but this is a bit overloaded and borderline tacky because of all the marble. I think what adds to the triteness is that it’s small-scale marble. To me, excessive amounts of marble is only impressive in large-scale format, e.g. big slabs or tile that at least aligns the veining well. This just looks like some guy in Ed Hardy rhinestones trying too hard (and hey, that’s exactly how that bath surround looks as well).

Anonymous
Anonymous

You are jealous.
It looks fabulous
A few area rugs to enhance the area and it will be stunning!!!

ben
ben

Jealous? Of what? Put some wood floors and it will be stunning. No need to cover that ugly marble with carpets

Anonymous
Anonymous

Granite and marble have been around for hundreds of years.

Anonymous
Anonymous

I’m personally not a big fan of marble but marble will never go out of style. It’s natural, and will always have an elegant feel, albeit if used in the right place. As far as using too much of it, the designer is just following the trend now to go with mono-flooring throughout. It’s definitely not in style to change floors from room to room. At least for the time being.

Goran
Goran

What have they done to the lobby??!! This is by far the kitchiest finish of all new buildings in this class. I mean WTF were they lookin to appeal to, Russian whores and strip club owners? Color combinations are terrible, they’ve put the all-present mid century lounge chair from Modani and topped it off with the ugliest tables they could find. What a disaster, the sexiest and most timeless architecture ruined by what can only be compared to a DIY home design project.

Anonymous
Anonymous

I think you answered your own question.

Anonymous
Anonymous

$4.7 million and that tiny kitchen?

Anonymous
Anonymous

Yes, because at that level of wealth, one does not cook.

Anonymous
Anonymous

I would like to agree with you, but at that level some people chose to have a chef/butler and for that purpose this kitchen looks too small.

Anonymous
Anonymous

This is not intended as a main residence. This is a pied a terre on the ocean to enjoy winters. The chef’s kitchen is on the main residence.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Thats the silliest response I’ve ever heard.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Tacky enough to appeal to crooks siphoning stolen money out of Russia.

Anonymous
Anonymous

The kitchen backsplash doesn’t even extend to the bottom of the wall cabinets. It was probably VEd to pay for all the marble lol

Anonymous
Anonymous

Wow, didn’t notice that at first. Extremely cheap.

Anonymous
Anonymous

What’s up with that mosaic tile in the shower/tub?

ben
ben

that floor in the unit is simply awful….

Anonymous
Anonymous

Looks dated

Anonymous
Anonymous

All units are ‘underwater’ below construction prices. Good luck!

Anonymous
Anonymous

The only thing missing in that apartment to look like a hospital from the 1970’s in. Nurse with a hat with black stripes on it!!!

John
John

Well.. I like the view from the balcony. *Shrugs*

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Venezuelan Oil Services Provider

Lobby looks like shit. Too much marble. Cheap looking kitchen. But I would buy.

Anonymous
Anonymous

What a beautiful apartment !

Anonymous
Anonymous

We already there 🙂

Anonymous
Anonymous

Gorgeous!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Looks expensive!