When you think about Miami, what cities to come to mind? Chances are Miami Beach is probably one of the first cities that immediately conjure images in your mind of sun and fun. As one of the most photographed and filmed areas in the country, the South Beach area in particular remains a major highlight of South Florida.
South Beach real estate is among the most valuable in the southeastern United States, if not the country, and that’s due to buildings like the two condominiums that comprise Continuum South Beach. Found in the trendy “South of Fifth” area, the north and south tower enjoy a prized location that’s within walking distance to the beach and South Beach’s numerous notable sights like Joe’s Stone Crab and famous Ocean Drive.
Built in 2008, Continuum features a total of 203 and 318 units in the north and south tower, respectively. Some of the amenities include a pair of resort-style pools, a huge fitness center, outdoor dining, a trio of clay tennis courts, and more than eleven lush acres of manicured grounds. Thanks to the location, all residents enjoy spectacular views no matter which building or which unit they choose to live in.
This post is by Monroe Funding Corporation, a direct equity lender serving clients throughout Central and South Florida. We specialize in first mortgages on non-owner occupied residential and commercial property investments as well as real estate loan options. Our fast and flexible loan programs get you to the closing table quickly and professionally.