Today, I am excited to announce my latest real estate sale in the amazing Nolobi condo in South Beach! The Nolobi is conveniently located at 935 Euclid Ave, just two blocks away from Flamingo Park.
The sale was the result of a very meticulous search that lasted a few weeks. Part of the criteria required that I find the buyer a property that would immerse him in South Beach’s unique community and lifestyle. Furthermore, the finishes had to be modern, the unit had to have enough square footage, and the building had to be well managed.
In summary, the goal was to find a unit that was both unique and affordable. A condo unit he would be proud of calling it his first home.
Long story short, Out of all the units I’ve seen and sold in South Beach this year, this one easily stood out as different from the rest. I knew it would be the perfect fit.
Below are the reasons why….
About 935 Euclid Ave
935 Euclid Ave, a two story mid century building that was once a synagogue, was converted into condos in 2005. It was designed by the famous architect, Chad Oppenheim, who’s also the architect for Downtown Miami’s Ten Museum Park development. The names mentioned above were an early signal that this building would be different compared to other condos we were seeing around South Beach in that price range.
At first glance, the Nolobi’s design was more reminiscent of a condo in Downtown Miami or Brickell. The minimal lines in the floor plan, use of natural light, and boutique flair, literally feels like a loft in a high rise, however, built in a two story building. The interior hallways have a feel of a boutique hotel with cherry hardwood flooring and exposed ceilings. Looking at this South Beach unit for sale was a strange sight at first because it was also unlike anything else available in South Beach in the same price range.
It was pretty much a match right from the beginning.
The design was different but it was also fresh and authentic. It didn’t look like any of the other units we were seeing and that was good thing. Ultimately, the large difference is what made it so much better because it made it stand out.
The location of this development is phenomenal, and practically located within the nucleus of South Beach. The walk ability of the area is unlike any other neighborhood in Miami.
The beach, the park, the clubs, and the bars, as well as everything in between, is all just a few moments away from the South Beach building’s recently installed front gate.
Nevertheless, part of Euclid Ave’s charm is that it’s also a much quieter street when compared to other streets nearby. Unlike Collins and Washington Ave, Euclid Ave is almost entirely residential and mostly kept from tourist attractions in Miami.
All in all, the action and excitement is within reach, but not right on top of you.
The unit and building, as mentioned above, stands out due to its modern, boutique vibe and excellent floor plan.
The 1/1 includes:
- 600 SF
- Synthetic hardwood flooring
- S/S appliances
- Washer/dryer in the unit
- Central A/C
In addition, the unit’s spacious floor plan is topped off with stunning 11 ft ceilings, a rare feature to find in South Beach in that price range. Street parking in the area is available with a zone 2 permit.
The final sale price for the South Beach condo at the Nolobi condo was $250,000 after negotiating. It is worth mentioning, however, that the appraised value came at $255,000.
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