Roney Palace – South Beach Condo

December 27, 2011

Roney Palace South Beach condoDecided to buy an apartment in Florida? Or still hesitating if to buy and what to purchase? Why not choose South Beach as a location of your residency and the Roney Palace Condo as your property? Many people chose the Roney Palace as a vacation home and they have never regretted their decision.

The Roney Palace is a stunning 18-story oceanfront luxury condo, situated in one of the most-popular sections of South Beach, at 2301 Collins Avenue in Miami Beach Florida. The new Gansevoort Hotel, David Barton Gym & Spa are also housed in this historic building. The entire property was renovated in 2000 and its units were transformed into extraordinary residences.

The Roney Palace Condo is idyllically located on the silent edge of South Beach within a walking distance to the world famous Ocean Drive and Lincoln Road. The Miami City Ballet, the Bass Museum of Art, the Miami Beach Library and the Jackie Gleason Theatre are also within easy reach.

This South Beach Condo features 600 feet of beachfront, three pools on separate decks, a beach club and valet parking for 1,200 cars.

The Roney Palace Condo offers a variety of units which represent excellent value for money. Available units at this South Beach condo range in size from 760 square feet (71m2) studios to 1,230 square feet (114m2) 2 bedroom units. Prices start at $235,000 and goes up to $1,200,000.

South Beach also offers other condos that we have not mentioned above. The list is long. We know that everyone has their own preferences and desires that is why we encourage you to visit Bill and Bryan’s website and take a look at Miami Beach and South Beach Condos and see what else is available for sale. You can also call Bill and Bryan at 305-791-2349, anytime.

Roney Palace South Beach condo

Roney Palace South Beach condo

Roney Palace South Beach condo

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