Is Miami The New Hamptons for New Yorkers

Is Miami The New Hamptons for New Yorkers

Luxury lifestyle enthusiasts are instantly drawn to Miami for our notoriously warm weather, especially popular during the winter months when other parts of the country like New York and Chicago get really cold!

Miami has fast become a favorite destination among New Yorkers, just a short three hour flight from the City, and the sizzling hot Miami luxury home real estate market offers amazing opportunity for a warm and luxurious home away from home.

In fact, Miami has become a second home option for those who already have residences in the City or the Hamptons. While the mega luxurious resort area on New York’s Long Island offers the finest in coastal living– the weather during the winter months can leave much to be desired to say the least.

For year round sunshine, beaches and a lifestyle of luxury, posh properties in Miami have become the alternative and many are now calling Miami “the New Hamptons” for New Yorkers.

In recent years, we’ve seen a surge of international buyers here in Miami especially from Brazil, Venezuela and Asia but there has also been an increasing demand from the financial community of New York. With luxurious buildings in the Downtown Miami and Brickell area like One Thousand Museum, it can be easy to find a lifestyle residence that feels like home.

Right here in Coral Gables, Almeria Row is my favorite townhouse of all time!  These brand new Manhattan style award-winning Brownstones have 17 foot ceilings, spacious rooms, two car garages and so much more within walking to the golf course and Downtown Coral Gables. They will be breaking ground during the first quarter of 2014; now is your chance to buy one!

Having moved here from Chicago and New York myself, be sure to call 305-807-9199 and ask me about the sizzling hot real estate market here in Miami!

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