Eleven in the Roads is at the vanguard for a new way of living on Miami’s Brickell-Roads, it has hit the mark among high end buyers keen on having open floor plans and private roof top terraces to entertain.
Miami, Fla. (PRWEB) September 23, 2014
The first luxury low-rise residential development to be built in the Miami Brickell-Roads area is enjoying great success among second home buyers in Florida, as well as empty nesters and baby boomers looking to downsize from their current homes while maintaining the lifestyle and convenience they are accustomed to.
Eleven in the Roads offers luxury turnkey homes located within walking distance from Miami’s Brickell CityCentre, Mary-Brickell Village, Miami’s financial district, as well as fine dining and entertainment.
Designed by award-winning architect Kobi Karp, Eleven in the Roads will cater to the busy lifestyles of residents while ensuring optimal comfort and convenience.
Residences range from 1629 to 2179 square feet respectively and prices start at $592.000. Kitchens feature Snaidero Italian cabinetry, CaesarStone quartz counters, as well as a breakfast bar with wine cooler. Master bathrooms are appointed with double Snaidero Italian vanities, CaesarStone quartz counters, and free-standing tubs.
With only 24 homes, the residential development features three- and four-bedroom residences, with all in-suite bathrooms, expansive floor plans, and 10 foot ceiling heights. Penthouse residences with private roof-top terraces, 24-hour concierge, 2 assigned covered parking spaces and storage units are among some of the many luxury features and amenities.
“Eleven in the Roads is at the vanguard for a new way of living on Miami’s Brickell-Roads, it has hit the mark among high end buyers keen on having open floor plans and private roof top terraces to entertain,” said Claudia Del Toro, of Cervera Real Estate and Sales Director for Eleven in the Roads.
About Roads 11 LLC
The Roads 11, LLC Development team collectively brings to bear over 25 years of real estate development experience. With significant land development in Mexico and several mix-use residential projects planned in the Miami, Florida area.