Gran Paraiso is Grand Living on Biscayne Bay
Right on Biscayne Bay is the Gran Paraiso condo tower, a uniquely designed building that is part of a small grouping of condos. The unique design of the building is meant to look like bubbles coming out of the bay. It catches your eye while fitting into the unique community of East Edgewater.
Development of the Gran Paraiso tower was managed by The Related Group. But Gran Paraiso is more than just a tower, it is considered a work of art by all those that worked on it. Architecture for the project was handled by Arquitectonica while design was managed by Piero Lissoni. Each member of the team to make the Gran Paraiso a reality was picked because of their exceptional experience in what they do.
The 54-story skyscraper that is the Gran Paraiso is full of life. Each resident is not just another condo number but a member of a community. The wonderful features of each apartment help to make that a possibility. It makes living at Gran Paraiso comfortable and enjoyable.
Take a look at some of the wonderful features that will greet you in your residence:
At Gran Paraiso you aren’t limited to the amenities you have in your home. You are part of a small community that has a number of communal features at their fingertips. A number of features are designed into the building to make living at Gran Paraiso a true experience.
Explore these amenities at Gran Paraiso:
At Gran Paraiso you have access to one of the best neighborhoods in Miami, East Edgewater. A vibrant community full of art, museums, and unique shops. While the many amenities in your building can hold your attention for a long time, walking outside will be sure to capture you.
A car isn’t needed for your everyday activities. Whether you are going to the store to shop or headed out for a night out, you can walk the neighborhood easily. You can even get coffee in the morning at any number of local cafes. Part of the beauty and community of East Edgewater can only be truly experienced when you go out on foot and walk down the streets.