At Lunamar Lofts on Jefferson Avenue in Miami Beach, a unique, white wrought-iron fence lines the perimeter of the property, landscaped with tropical Florida greenery. Originally a synagogue when it was built, Josh Stein says the entire structure underwent a full renovation in 2004 without sacrificing any of the old charm, making it one of the more interesting properties on the island, inside and out.
Inside, just eight residences are available. Each split-level layout is connected with brushed aluminum staircases. The European style kitchens have stainless steel appliances, and black granite countertops are illuminated by under-cabinet lighting. There are Travertine marble floors downstairs and Brazilian cherry wood floors upstairs. All units have a large walk-in closet and a coveted washer and dryer. The entire building is outfitted with a security system, and each unit has its own alarm.
Outside, you'll find a quiet seating area with modern furniture. Parking is nearby in the Lincoln Road garage just two blocks from home. Residents have dozens of options for shopping and dining right in their own backyards.
Lunamar Lofts Residence Features
Only 8 residences in the building
Brushed aluminum staircases
European style kitchens with stainless steel appliances
Black granite countertops
Under cabinet lighting
Travertine marble downstairs and Brazilian cherry wood floors upstairs