“Luxury” could be South Florida’s middle name. The Miami lifestyle consists of expensive sports cars, superyachts, billionaires with deep tans and phosphorescent smiles, strolling on sun-drenched golf courses. Four of the newest developments are about to become integral parts of this luxe life. We take a look at the kitchens designed to cater to every whim of their demanding residents.

The Fairchild Coconut Grove

This new luxury waterfront development in one of Miami’s oldest neighborhoods rises directly on Biscayne Bay in Coconut Grove. Two penthouses sold just over a year ago, totaling $8.5 million. They feature 13-foot ceilings and encompass more than 3200 and 4100 sq ft of living space respectively. Located in the quiet Glencoe area, the five-story, 26-residence bespoke property prides itself on its tropical modernism aesthetic.

The property’s chef kitchens include Wolf gas powered ranges with standard and convection ovens, electronic steam ovens, stainless steel Sub-Zero refrigerators, freezers, wine coolers and ice makers. Exquisitely crafted Custom Italian cabinetry, European plumbing fixtures and industrial stainless steel under mount sink complete this perfect culinary canvas, ready for you to perfect life’s epicurean pursuits with professional savvy and delicious attention to design.

 

Sabal Development specializes in luxury custom homes in South Florida featuring the latest advances in technology and responsibly sourced materials. No wonder then that they have chosen an appliance brand associated with its sleek finishes and it progressive technological stance.

The company’s single-family home at 1270 Northeast 82nd Street in the David Harbor neighborhood enjoys a full suite of Miele appliances. They include an electric wall oven from the Pureline Series, an induction cooktop, and a built-in coffee maker. Design wise, the bold back cabinets and appliances are offset with attractive creams, woods, and a stunning ocean view.

The Kai At Bay Harbor

 

These 57 boutique apartments at Miami’s Bay Harbor feature a glass façade allowing water views and a full suite of Bosch appliances including a French door refrigerator, microwave, and a 30-inch slide in electric range.

Akoya Boca West

 

Slated to open this winter, residents can cook with a view of an 18-hole championship golf course. The properties sit on one of the top residential country clubs. So you know there’ll be no slacking when it comes to the kitchen. They feature a full suite of appliances from Wolf including a double wall oven and Sub-Zero. Expansive European style panel ready cabinetry conceals the Sub-Zero French door refrigerator. The overall look is white, bright and clean.

 

 

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