Paramount Bay Condos Cast in National Spotlight on HGTV’s Urban Oasis 2012 Debut
by Sep Niakan | May 17, 2012
The recently completed Arquitectonica-designed Paramount Bay condos towers over 550 feet above Biscayne Bay on the downtown Miami coast. The 47-floor, tri-tower residential building, reminiscent of the Miami Modern Architectural style of the 1960s, has been garnering nationwide attention since being topped off in 2009. Most recently, HGTV’s Urban Oasis 2012 held its annual debut at the site where the show developed a 1,700 square foot, custom-designed condo on the 20th floor.
The building has no doubt been singled out for its seaside views, resort-like atmosphere and amenities, ultra-modern design, and attractive location. Each condominium unit offers a direct view of Biscayne Bay has access to amenities such as private elevator foyers, touch screen hospitality panels, penthouse-level garden terraces, and membership in the exclusive, members-only destination Grand Bay Club at Key Biscayne.
In order to highlight the luxurious possibilities Paramount Bay offers downtown Miami condo dwellers, Urban Oasis’ fully furnished condo unit includes two bedrooms, 2.5 baths, a well-equipped gourmet kitchen, and a glass-encased terrace. Beyond the condo itself, the show focuses on the sophisticated nightlife of downtown Miami, popular restaurants, and the many local hot spots that define Miami’s urban, cultured lifestyle.
"When it is completed, the 2012 HGTV Urban Oasis will exemplify the best of Miami," said Jack Thomasson, Professional House Planner for HGTV. "Our unit will feature the exceptional quality and attention to detail that the HGTV Urban Oasis residences are known for along with a refined cool that's sure to please the most discerning tastes."
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