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Vizcayne projects

  1. 1. Four Seasons Key Biscayne Viceroy Hotel Brickell KeyBiscayne Bay Epic Hotel Bayfront Park Biscayne Blvd.
  2. 2. Brickell Avenue Brickell Key Miami River Bayfront ParkTo South Beach To Airport American Airlines Arena Biscayne Bay Museum Park V I Z CAY N E : I M P O R TA N T FACTS PROPERTY FEATURES: RESIDENTS’ AMENITIES: RESIDENCE FEATURES:
  3. 3. KEYPLANS FOR RESIDENCES | NORTH TOWER North Tower Floors 8-27 North Tower Floors 28-39 North Tower Floors 40-49 08 06 04 06 04 04 02 02 STAIRS STAIRS STAIRS STAIRS STAIRS 08 STAIRS ELEVATORS ELEVATORS ELEVATORS 10 08 03 ELEVATORS ELEVATORS ELEVATORS 09 03 03 07 05 07 05 07 09 North Tower - Floors 40-49 North Tower - Floors 28-39 North Tower - Floors 8-27 Key to Residences Floor Plans NORTH Property Keyplan TOWER N.E. 3rd Street PLAN 1, 1R N CLUB NORTH PLAN 2, 2R HOUSE TOWER BAY Bisca PLAN 3, 3R yne B o PLAN 4, 4R uleva POOL SOUTH DECK rd PLAN 5, 5R TOWER PLAN 6, GR 6R PLAN 7, 7R N.E. 2nd Street PLAN 8, 8R PLAN 9, 9R PLAN 12 PLAN 13Unit Dimensions and Square Footages. There are two generally accepted methods of measuring the boundaries of units in residential condominiums. The first method is based on the description of the boundaries of the Unit, as set forth in Section 3.2 of the Declaration of Condominium, and generally only includes the airspace within the Unit (the “Engineering Method”). The other method, which is customarily used in sales brochures, generally measures the Unit to the outside finished surface of exterior walls and to the centerline of interiordemising walls, includes portions of the adjacent Common Elements of the Condominium (the “Architectural Method”). The estimated square footage of the Unit, as determined under the Architectural Method, will be greater than the estimated square footage as determined under the Engineering Method. The Architectural Method is generally used in sales materials and may be provided to allow a prospective buyer to compare the Unit with units in other condominium projects that utilize this method of measurement.
  4. 4. KEYPLANS FOR RESIDENCES | SOUTH TOWER South Tower Floors 8-27 South Tower Floors 28-39 South Tower Floors 40-49 08 02 06 04 06 04 04 02 STAIRS STAIRS STAIRS STAIRS 08 STAIRS STAIRS ELEVATORS ELEVATORS ELEVATORS 10 01 08 03 ELEVATORS ELEVATORS ELEVATORS 09 03 07 05 07 05 07 09 03 South Tower - Floors 40-49 South Tower - Floors 28-39 South Tower - Floors 8-27 Key to Residences Floor Plans Property Keyplan SOUTH TOWER N.E. 3rd Street PLAN 1, 1R N CLUB NORTH TOWER PLAN 2, 2R HOUSE BAY Bisca PLAN 3, 3R yne B o PLAN 4, 4R uleva POOL SOUTH DECK rd PLAN 5, 5R TOWER PLAN 6, 6R N.E. 2nd Street PH 10 PH 11Unit Dimensions and Square Footages. There are two generally accepted methods of measuring the boundaries of units in residential condominiums. The first method is based on the description of the boundaries of the Unit, as set forth in Section 3.2 of the Declaration of Condominium, and generally only includes the airspace within the Unit (the “Engineering Method”). The other method, which is customarily used in sales brochures, generally measures the Unit to the outside finished surface of exterior walls and to the centerline of interiordemising walls, includes portions of the adjacent Common Elements of the Condominium (the “Architectural Method”). The estimated square footage of the Unit, as determined under the Architectural Method, will be greater than the estimated square footage as determined under the Engineering Method. The Architectural Method is generally used in sales materials and may be provided to allow a prospective buyer to compare the Unit with units in other condominium projects that utilize this method of measurement.
  5. 5. TERRACES TERRACES RESIDENCE1 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath AT LEVELS 3 & 4 TERRACE AT LEVELS 3 & 4 Living Space 1044 sq. ft. (96.99 m²) Balcony 98 sq. ft. (9.10 m²) Total Living Area 1142 sq. ft. (106.09 m²) MASTER BEDROOM MASTER BEDROOM 10-5" x 11-9" 11-8" x 14-9" CLOSET GREAT ROOM 12-2" x 18-2" BATH W.I.C. A/C MASTER N.E. 3rd Street FOYER BATH NORTH KITCHEN CLUB HOUSE TOWER Bisca yne B LINEN oulev POOL WD SOUTH ard DECK TOWER N.E. 2nd StreetUnit Dimensions and Square Footages. There are two generally accepted methods of measuring the boundaries of units in residential condominiums. The first method is based on the description of the boundaries of the Unit, as set forth in Section 3.2 of the Declaration of Condominium, and generally only includes the airspace within the Unit (the “Engineering Method”). The other method, which is customarily used in sales brochures, generally measures the Unit to the outside finished surface of exterior walls and to the centerline of interiordemising walls, includes portions of the adjacent Common Elements of the Condominium (the “Architectural Method”). The estimated square footage of the Unit, as determined under the Architectural Method, will be greater than the estimated square footage as determined under the Engineering Method. The Architectural Method is generally used in sales materials and may be provided to allow a prospective buyer to compare the Unit with units in other condominium projects that utilize this method of measurement.
  6. 6. TERRACE NORTH TOWER ONLY FLOORS 2 - 7 RESIDENCE2 1 Bedroom, 2 Bath with Den Living Space 1146 sq. ft. (106.46 m²) Balcony 45 sq. ft. (4.18 m²) Total Living Area 1191 sq. ft. (110.64 m²) W.I.C. MASTER BEDROOM 17-3" x 12-9" MASTER BATH DEN 9-3" x 9-4" TERRACE GREAT ROOM BATH 13-9" x 14-9" FOYER A/C N.E. 3rd Street DINING 8-8" x 12-11" KITCHEN CLUB NORTH HOUSE TOWER Bisca yne B WD ulevao POOL SOUTH DECK rd TOWER N.E. 2nd StreetUnit Dimensions and Square Footages. There are two generally accepted methods of measuring the boundaries of units in residential condominiums. The first method is based on the description of the boundaries of the Unit, as set forth in Section 3.2 of the Declaration of Condominium, and generally only includes the airspace within the Unit (the “Engineering Method”). The other method, which is customarily used in sales brochures, generally measures the Unit to the outside finished surface of exterior walls and to the centerline of interiordemising walls, includes portions of the adjacent Common Elements of the Condominium (the “Architectural Method”). The estimated square footage of the Unit, as determined under the Architectural Method, will be greater than the estimated square footage as determined under the Engineering Method. The Architectural Method is generally used in sales materials and may be provided to allow a prospective buyer to compare the Unit with units in other condominium projects that utilize this method of measurement.
  7. 7. RESIDENCE3 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath Living Area 1195 sq. ft. (11.02 m²) Balcony 63 sq. ft. (5.85 m²) MASTER BEDROOM MASTER Total Living Area 1258 sq. ft. (116.87 m²) 15-8" x 13-2" BATH W.I.C. W.I.C. BEDROOM 12-6" x 10-2" BATH 2 FOYER A/C GREAT ROOM 20-0" x 13-0" TERRACE N.E. 3rd Street KITCHEN CLUB HOUSE NORTH TOWER Bisca W/D yne B o uleva POOL SOUTH DECK rd TOWER N.E. 2nd Street TYPICAL UNIT 3Unit Dimensions and Square Footages. There are two generally accepted methods of measuring the boundaries of units in residential condominiums. The first method is based on the description of the boundaries of the Unit, as set forth in Section 3.2 of the Declaration of Condominium, and generally only includes the airspace within the Unit (the “Engineering Method”). The other method, which is customarily used in sales brochures, generally measures the Unit to the outside finished surface of exterior walls and to the centerline of interiordemising walls, includes portions of the adjacent Common Elements of the Condominium (the “Architectural Method”). The estimated square footage of the Unit, as determined under the Architectural Method, will be greater than the estimated square footage as determined under the Engineering Method. The Architectural Method is generally used in sales materials and may be provided to allow a prospective buyer to compare the Unit with units in other condominium projects that utilize this method of measurement.
  8. 8. RESIDENCE4 1 Bedroom,1 Bath Living Area 881 sq. ft. (81.85 m²) WD Balcony 104 sq. ft. (9.66 m²) Total Living Area 985 sq. ft. (91.51 m²) KITCHEN GREAT ROOM A/C 14-5" x 19-10" FOYER TERRACE MASTER BEDROOM MASTER 13-4" x 13-5" BATH W.I.C. N.E. 3rd Street CLUB NORTH HOUSE TOWER Bisca yne B oulev POOL SOUTH ard DECK TOWER N.E. 2nd StreetUnit Dimensions and Square Footages. There are two generally accepted methods of measuring the boundaries of units in residential condominiums. The first method is based on the description of the boundaries of the Unit, as set forth in Section 3.2 of the Declaration of Condominium, and generally only includes the airspace within the Unit (the “Engineering Method”). The other method, which is customarily used in sales brochures, generally measures the Unit to the outside finished surface of exterior walls and to the centerline of interiordemising walls, includes portions of the adjacent Common Elements of the Condominium (the “Architectural Method”). The estimated square footage of the Unit, as determined under the Architectural Method, will be greater than the estimated square footage as determined under the Engineering Method. The Architectural Method is generally used in sales materials and may be provided to allow a prospective buyer to compare the Unit with units in other condominium projects that utilize this method of measurement.
  9. 9. TERRACE RESIDENCE5 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath Living Area 1357 sq. ft. (126.07 m²) Balcony 147 sq. ft. (13.66 m²) Total Living Area 1504 sq. ft. (139.73 m²) GREAT ROOM TERRACE 29-9" x 17-0" CLOSET BATH BEDROOM 11-0" x 11-0" KITCHEN FOYER W.I.C. W/D A/C N.E. 3rd Street MASTER BEDROOM 11-8" x 12-10" CLUB HOUSE NORTH TOWER MASTER Bisca BATH y ne Bo uleva POOL SOUTH DECK rd TOWER N.E. 2nd StreetUnit Dimensions and Square Footages. There are two generally accepted methods of measuring the boundaries of units in residential condominiums. The first method is based on the description of the boundaries of the Unit, as set forth in Section 3.2 of the Declaration of Condominium, and generally only includes the airspace within the Unit (the “Engineering Method”). The other method, which is customarily used in sales brochures, generally measures the Unit to the outside finished surface of exterior walls and to the centerline of interiordemising walls, includes portions of the adjacent Common Elements of the Condominium (the “Architectural Method”). The estimated square footage of the Unit, as determined under the Architectural Method, will be greater than the estimated square footage as determined under the Engineering Method. The Architectural Method is generally used in sales materials and may be provided to allow a prospective buyer to compare the Unit with units in other condominium projects that utilize this method of measurement.
  10. 10. TERRACE RESIDENCE6 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath with Den Living Area 1515 sq. ft. (104.74 m²) Balcony 147 sq. ft. (13.66 m²) EXTENDED TERRACE Total Living Area 1662 sq. ft. (154.40 m²) LEVELS 28-30 GREAT ROOM 16-10" x 29-9" TERRACE BATH BEDROOM 10-4" x 11-2" KITCHEN FOYER W.I.C. W.I.C. A/C WD N.E. 3rd Street MASTER BEDROOM 12-8" x 15-0" CLUB HOUSE NORTH TOWER MASTER Bisca DEN BATH yne B 9-0" x 12-2" o uleva POOL SOUTH DECK rd TOWER N.E. 2nd StreetUnit Dimensions and Square Footages. There are two generally accepted methods of measuring the boundaries of units in residential condominiums. The first method is based on the description of the boundaries of the Unit, as set forth in Section 3.2 of the Declaration of Condominium, and generally only includes the airspace within the Unit (the “Engineering Method”). The other method, which is customarily used in sales brochures, generally measures the Unit to the outside finished surface of exterior walls and to the centerline of interiordemising walls, includes portions of the adjacent Common Elements of the Condominium (the “Architectural Method”). The estimated square footage of the Unit, as determined under the Architectural Method, will be greater than the estimated square footage as determined under the Engineering Method. The Architectural Method is generally used in sales materials and may be provided to allow a prospective buyer to compare the Unit with units in other condominium projects that utilize this method of measurement.

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