A marina on Biscayne Bay, abandoned since the real estate crash, is finally getting un-abandoned and - to the envy of every other marina's eye - redeveloped as Marina Palms, with two condo towers and every imaginable maritime amenity a skipper could want.
The condos will be nice, of course, with features like solid core doors freestanding tubs, and Subzero appliances, but the real winners are the boat owners. However, with 112 slips for boats up to 90 feet long, as well as direct access to Biscayne Bay (and Biscayne Boulevard) the marina will have oodles of amenities for the boats, like wifi and cable TV, a yacht club concierge, butlers, a marina store, and a large promenade. With condos that (we hear) are priced around a million bucks (a decent amount of money, but not obscene) Curbed guesses that features like the lavish spa (and pet spa) aren't exactly geared towards the development's landlubbers.
· Marina Palms Yacht Club & Residences [marinapalms.com]