Photos Of Final Gran Paraiso Tower, Where 70% Of Units Have Now Closed

Closings are now underway at the 54-Story Gran Paraiso tower in Edgewater.

Around 225 of 317 condos at Gran Paraiso have been closed on by their new owners since January 9, when the building first opened. That equals 70 percent of units now closed.

Gran Paraiso shares amenities with the 54-story, 346-unit Paraiso Bay tower. The amenity spaces shared by the buildings are arguably the best in town, according to Miami Condo Investments.

Amenities that were opened last year at Paraiso Bay include a large clubroom with billiards table and catering kitchen, private screening theater, wine cellar and tasting salon, a cigar lounge with private humidors, teen’s game room, children’s playroom, fitness center, and a three-acre pool deck.

With the opening of Gran Paraiso in January, the remaining 60 percent of amenities were completed. They include a much larger fitness center with spin room, indoor sports facilities with three bowling lanes, two billiards tables, two foosball tables, and high-definition golf simulator, Hammam spa with separate men’s and women’s steam and sauna facilities, and tennis center with lighted tennis courts. The bowling lanes are said to be particularly popular.

 

(photos via miami condo investments)

 

 

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Anon
2 years ago

the amenities legit look really nice. too bad the units turned out like typical Related quality.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Luxury product.. the bowling alley is a nice touch.

Anonymous
2 years ago

GIMMICK!!!!

Nick
2 years ago

Add the neighborhood park that will be opening soon.

Anonymous
2 years ago

+ restaurant next door

Anonymous
2 years ago

Carlos Rosso, President of Related. “We have created a luxury private neighborhood in Edgewater that will transform the area like we have done in the past with South of Fifth and Downtown Miami; Related has been the first developer to move in and redefine a whole area,” said Rosso

Anonymous
2 years ago

Yeah Related.. now transform your company by kicking Arquitectonica to the curb and using another architect firm… please!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Does Carlos think the back of those buildings look luxury?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Also, the parking garages and hideous murals that look like something on an elementary school.

Anonymous
2 years ago

My major question is will the common areas be maintain with these new projects or will the HOA payments go to waste for administrative cost.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Why are you asking, are you thinking about living there?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Because I can and to understand the trend and now i’m actually looking to buy a condo in that area.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Then it would behoove you to get in touch with the condo management of your choice because I doubt if anyone reading the TNM can answer your question.

transplant
2 years ago

Dear Lord please stfu

Anonymous
2 years ago

Hey transplant, why don’t you take your Johnny come lately ass back to where you came from!

Anonymous
2 years ago

HEY GRUMP…ARE YOU THE PARKING GUY??!!

Anonymous
2 years ago

They do answer my questions, stop being a grumpy doomer.

Anonymous
2 years ago

When you spend ten years in United States Army like I did protecting little f-ing punks like you guys before you were born, then you’ll know what it’s like to deserve the right say and ask whatever you want.. so “F” off!

Reality
2 years ago

Climate ribbons for everybody!!

Dashoo
2 years ago

? everybody so mad, cant we just chill and read about tall buildings

Anonymous
2 years ago

Who’s mad?.. somebody is asking a question instead of calling any condo of their choice to get the answer and another person is just wonder the reason for the question. We see other people who get butt hurt about nothing and tell someone to “stfu” and want to call people names like “grumpy.” Name callers look like a bunch of wimps to me.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Repeat article

Anonymous
2 years ago

Awww man, don’t tell us that…..

Anonymous
2 years ago

I’m ready to book a massage room. Excellent amenities for a condo.. more like a hotel.

I love Edgewater
2 years ago

Paraiso is a great community. so glad i bought a unit in Bayviews. love coming home. so close to everything and sometimes i never want to leave my place. Want food: ubereats comes to my door. want groceries Instacart to my door. want a dip in a pool …. let’s go to the rooftop or take a swim after working out in the gym. want to meet up with friends, invite them to Amara, then charter a boat from the dock to Miami Beach. Love it there.

Anonymous
2 years ago

The “lucky” owners are underwater upon closing, right?

Anonymous
2 years ago

You’re just mad you can’t afford to live there.

Anonymous
2 years ago

That surprises you? Buyers were presumably the high offer, so they just set the top market price. Trying to flip immediately, they’d get at most the next lower price plus be out sales commission. First order analysis, anyway.