When it comes to all-inclusiveness, few Miami Beach condos come close to being the definition of the word the Setai. Built in 1994, the forty-story building on Collins Avenue remains among the upper echelon of condominiums in the barrier island and some of its amenities are simply unheard of in neighboring buildings. With a location just a couple of feet west of the beach, its incredible views, and an eight-story hotel, the Setai experience is unbelievably spectacular.
Despite all of the pizzazz that comes attached to the Setai condo, the experience focuses heavily on relaxation thanks to the gorgeously designed Zen interiors. Amenities available in the building include a trio of pools overlooking the Atlantic, beautiful gardens, an art store and boutique, and perhaps most impressively, a recording studio designed by Grammy award-winning musician and producer Lenny Kravitz. The units of Setai have up to five bedrooms and come with many stylishly contemporary features like floor-to-ceiling windows, black granite countertops, and much more.
The Collins Avenue location of Setai places it near the beach and other notable sights throughout Miami Beach like the Bass Museum of Art, Miami Beach Convention Center, the Fillmore, South Beach, and Lincoln Road.
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