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North Carillon Beach

Address: 6899 Collins Avenue

Neighborhood: Miami Beach

Year Built: 2008

# Units: 200

# Floors: 35

# Parking Levels: 4

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Ross’s Comments – What you Need to Know about North Carillon Beach

The North Tower has its own private lobby, entrance, zumba / yoga room, plus a sunrise and sunset pool for residents only.

Up to 23rd level in the main tower there are 10 units per floor, from 24th through 29th levels the tower splits and there are 3 units in each split tower, from 30th level through 35th level there are only 2 or 3 units per floor.

There are four 2 bedroom units on the 23rd level that have expansive private outdoor terraces and plunge pools perfect for outdoor entertaining.

North tower offers several 3000+ sf townhouses on the 2nd and 4th levels that look directly over the pool and beach.

The 70,000 sf wellness spa is the largest in South Florida. It includes 54 treatment rooms, Western and Eastern therapies, pilates, yoga, aerobics, indoor climbing wall, and even nutritional counseling.

With such a large wellness spa, several pools and extensive list of amenities and services, the monthly maintenance fees are significantly higher than most luxury condominium projects.

If you are a wellness and spa lover, or seeking that beach getaway home where you can totally decompress and enjoy all the spa services, then the Carillon Beach is perfect for you.














RECENT PRICE/M² $10,387   


2 BEDROOM PRICE RANGE (2014-2015) $950,000 – $2,000,000


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UNIT SIZES  820 – 3,585 sq. ft (77 – 333 m²)

UNIT TYPES  1, 2, 3 and 4 bedrooms

# OF UNITS  200



ARCHITECT  Arquitectonica

DEVELOPER  WSG Development Company

PET POLICY  Pets allowed subject to restrictions. 

24-hour concierge, valet & security

60,000 square-foot fitness facility with ocean views

State of the art spa facility with body treatment and massage rooms, sauna, steam rooms, skin care & facial rooms

A Health & Healing Center offering wellness services

Four pools for exercise and recreation

Ocean-front Cafe

Full service beauty salon

Common areas for play, sports & relaxation


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