Real Estate NewsLetters Archive

Water rise in Miami / Missonia Baia / New restaurant Naiyara

Water rise



Many studies seem to be ringing the alarm bell as regards to Miamiís water rise. Is Miami going to be submerged by the waters of the ocean?

What reports say is that the ocean could rise 2 feet above the current line by 2060, and 7 feet by 2100, which would drown half of Miami Beach. In other words, the edges of Miami Beach could be flooded within 15 years. Such readings sound quite alarming as to whether property values would drop or not. As the tide rise, real estate values could be at the risk of going down.

That is the conclusion from 20 national universities and climate change experts. Such phenomenon comes from a slowing gulfstream, ice flows from the Antarctica and warming oceans. However, South Florida keeps on experiencing flooding and is getting more and more infrastructure-ready. Draining systems are being built and new architectural projects tend to take into account the risk of water rising.

Missoni Baia



,a href="http://www.condoideas.com/condo/1010_1461-buy-missoni-baia-condo.htm">Missoni Baia is the new planned development to rise in Edgewater. It is the first residential tower ever made by the fashion brand Missoni. It seems to follow the trend of Fendi Chateau or Armani Casa Residences, where designers and developers like to partner to create ultra-luxury properties.

The new project will skyrocket at 56 stories high and present 146 large units ranging from 2400 to 4145 sqft. All units will include 2 to 4 bedrooms and expansive private terraces offering gorgeous views from the waterfront. On top, it is located on 26th Ter, in the blossoming area of Edgewater, which sounds to be a smart investment. For you to get an idea, prices just got released starting at:
$1.9M for a 2 bedroom
$2.8M for a 3 bedroom
$3.3 for a 4 bedroom


New restaurant NaiYaRa

Have you tried new Asian fusion restaurant NaiYaRa? It is located on Purdy Avenue, nearby Pubbelly and Barceloneta. It is a great addition to the dining scene of Miami Beach knowing that it had been very hard to find any other Asian cuisine than sushis. Here, you can now expect real thai flavors!

I tried the pad thai and the red curry that was made of crispy duck, pineapple, coconut milk and jasmine rice. I also had the thai donuts served with cashews and mango sauce. All topped up with a great spicy frozen cocktail! Go have a bite at 1854 Bay Road in Miami Beach.