Sixteen renovated condos await at Flamingo Plaza, a complex aptly located near Flamingo Park on Miami Beach. This bright and decorative building was as much a show-stopper in 1937 as it is today with its neon-colored facade and bright signage. Originally called the Flamingo Hotel, what used to be suites were converted to condos in 2007. Yet the polished terrazzo floors and high ceilings in the grand lobby remain intact. Even the fresco paintings hanging in its entry way have been expertly restored with help from the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.
There are 16 one-bedroom units available across three stories of the building. Each has large windows and updated kitchens with stainless-steel appliances. The ceilings are high and the hardwood floors are original. Tropical gardens are available outdoors for all residents in this gated complex. And these condos are pet friendly.
The tree-lined sidewalks of Meridian Avenue are mere blocks away from a wealth of popular dining, shopping and nightlife establishments. Enjoy a quiet day at the park or in one of Miami Beach's art museums. While away the hours on the white sand beaches of the Atlantic. The best of Miami living is at your fingertips with this Josh Stein property.
Flamingo Plaza Residence Features
Original hardwood flooring
Flamingo Plaza Building Amenities
Designed by world renowned architect L. Murray Dixon
Original Frieze work on the front of the building
Grand lobby designed by renowned Parisian designer