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I never hear any of you guys saying which skyscraper you would like to move into and why.I am speaking of buildings usually 10 stories and up.(Somewhere from Miami-Dade to Palm Beach county.)Please share and photos are optional.
 

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Miami:

I always thought Ten Museum Park had neat floor plans. Not crazy about that bathroom set up, wall and a door would be my preference. Watching people bath doesn't appeal to me...or just looking at the entire bathroom from a bedroom. I like the view's it offers, though not crazy about the location and the neighbors.


www.tenmuseumpark.com

Pictures/listing:
http://www.zilbert.com/ten_museum_p...ark&C=12&U=2202&R=D1227986&CN=Ten Museum Park


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Fort Lauderdale:
Breaking the rules, with a 4 and 2 story loft/flat buildings. I find them more appealing than the downtown/beach high rises.

Avenue Lofts III unit 402 I think is another neat floor plan. Another loft style unit with double height living room with plenty of glass. Location is so-so, but with time and a streetcar, it could be more.

Floor plan - http://www.avenuelofts.com/pdf/402_3.pdf (PDF)
Pictures/listing - http://www.condo.com/PropertyDetails.aspx?ID=2314407


New River Trading Post unit 215 is also nice, not as nice as the two above (sucker for double height w/ windows), but the location is good IMO (SW 4th Ave & Himmarshee St - along the Riverwalk/New River). Walking distance to downtown and Las Olas via River Walk. Right on the New River and park across 4th Ave. Downside, could get loud on weekends with local bars down the street.

Floor plan - http://www.newrivertradingpost.net/pdfs/215.pdf (PDF)
No pictures, but very smilier to the Ave Loft above as was done by the same developer.
 

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Why live in somewhere that will never be built because the economy sucks, when you can live on top of a raaaaaainboooooooooooow!







Both pictures by "sandrino", some old person on flickr. Thanks sandrino! To tell you the truth, I like these buildings.
Finally ,a picture of Hialeah,if I am not mistaken is that not a rented out building by the government and the tallest skyscraper in that city.
 
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I love the color choices of that building in Hialeah, it really stands out and fits in the area.
 
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