The Ultimate Condo for a Miami Heat Fan

As LeBron James and his basketball team advance through the NBA Finals in pursuit of a back-to-back championship, we’re checking out the best luxury condo buildings in Downtown for Miami Heat fans.

Photo By: Kara Franker The reigning NBA basketball champions, the Miami Heat, play at American Airlines Arena in Downtown Miami. 

American Airlines Arena, home of the Miami Heat is located in the heart of Downtown Miami and surrounded by luxury condo towers. Take your pick from luxury condo buildings like The Epic and the soon-to-be-constructed One Thousand Miami. 

Wouldn’t you love to live in an opulent high-rise condo with stunning views of Biscayne Bay, located within walking distance to the Triple A? You would, if you’re a Miami Heat fan.

The Epic Miami Hotel and Residences is located at 200 Biscayne Blvd. Way, with units ranging from 1,040 square feet for a one-bedroom residence to 7,480 square feet for the penthouse. Not only are residents within walking distance to the arena, they can take advantage of all the luxury hotel services and amenities available from the Kimpton Hotel brand, a leader in luxury hotel living. Eat at the world-class Zuma restaurant on property and relax at Exhale Spa, also located on site.  

Epic Miami Hotel & Residences Listing

  • Location: 200 Biscayne Blvd. Way #5302
  • Listed By: Patty Fernandez Alfonso, P.U.R.E. Investments, Inc.
  • Price: $3,300,000

Marina Blue is located directly across from the arena at 888 Biscayne Blvd. It’s 60 stories high with 516 units and distinctive architecture. With two pools, an outdoor lounge, waterfront gym, golf-putting green and a fully-equipped party room, you’ll be set to entertain friends and family during the away games. Walk over to Will Call Miami, a sports bar and live music venue that's a favorite for locals. 

Marina Blue Condo Listing

  • Location: 888 Biscayne Blvd. #3802
  • Listed By: Camillo Coppola de Domini, Redilco Int'l Real Estate
  • Price: $420,000

Don't forget superstar architect Zaha Hadid's new development, One Thousand Miami, which will be located steps from Bicentennial Park, soon to be renamed Museum Park: Award-Winning Architect Zaha Hadid to Design Miami Skyscraper.

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