Choose the Right Floor Plan
Let’s look at the various floor plans so you can get a better idea of the types of properties available at Jade Beach.
- Unit A – Unit A is a three-bedroom, three and a half bathroom unit. It features 2,630 square feet of living space.
- Unit B-1 – Unit B-1 is a one-bedroom property. These units feature one and a half bathrooms. They offer 1,085 square feet of space.
- Unit B-2 – Unit B-2 features one bedroom and two bathrooms. The unit offers 1,367 square feet of space.
- Unit C – is a two bedrooms and three bathrooms along with a den. The property features 1,879 square feet of living space.
- Unit D – offers three bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms. The units with this floor plan have 2,436 square feet of space.
- Unit E – features four bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms. They have 3,211 square feet of living space.
The above are the traditional condominium unit layouts at Jade Beach. They also offer penthouses, which are quite a bit larger. They have two stories, and they provide the very best in terms of size and views of Miami as well as the Atlantic Ocean. Choosing to live in one of these penthouses is true luxury living at its finest, and it might be perfect for you and your family.
The floor plan options for the three penthouses are as follows:
- Unit G – Unit G, #4505, is on the south side of the building. It offers five bedrooms and six and a half bathrooms. It has 5,601 square feet of living space.
- Unit H – Unit H #2701, is also on the south side of the building. It has five bedrooms and six and a half bathrooms as well. It offers 6,472 square feet.
- Unit F – Unit F, 4308, is on the north side of the building. It has four bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms. The unit features 3,812 square feet.
If you are getting ready to buy, make sure that you know as much as possible about how to choose the right floor plan for you and your family. First, you must determine just what size you and your family need to live comfortably. It is generally a good idea to buy a large unit if you can afford it simply because they tend to be easier to sell later. Still, consider your family’s needs and buy accordingly.
In addition to the size, look at the actual floor plans and consider the design and the flow. Which one works the best for you? Look for the pros and the cons of the floor plan, such as how much sun the unit will be getting and at which times of the day. If you can’t tell from the floor plan, this is something to look for when you take an actual tour of the property. Finally, make sure you are choosing the floor plan based on the actual layout rather than the finishing in the unit. If you do not like the color of the granite or the cabinets, it should not be a deal breaker. You can change those elements, but you cannot change the floor plan.