Gran Paraiso, Miami
Paraiso Bay’s proximity to a social melting-pot include a market place, Mary Brickell Village, Design District, American Airlines Arena, Cultural Center, Midtown, restaurants, dry cleaners, beauty salons and even flower shops. Paraiso Bay Miami
Desire for waterfront property and Miami’s cosmopolitan center have encouraged considerable development and even grander plans for the future. Certainly the significance of being the second largest booming international financial center in the United States will further stimulate Miami’s entire downtown area and lure new residents and business alike. Be it the wealth of cultural influences, the many international business interests represented, or even the simple contrast of the many modern office structures with quiet shady streets, Brickell is a dynamic area that the world is recognizing as a leader for the next century.
One of the great pleasures of Paraiso Bay is your constant proximity to water, situated on a complex line of coast cut up by tributaries, a series of causeways link the city together.
Traveling around Paraiso Bay and the city of Miami affords different perspectives across and towards the bay; staying at Mandarin Oriental on Brickell Key, your reward is a private view towards the vast stretch of glimmering ocean. From this serene sophistication cross Biscayne Bay to South Beach, the pulse of Miami, by contrast a mile long stretch of bling and buff, where glitzy poseurs set the scene and people watching is an all day pastime.
Outdoor attractions continue with magnificent architecture; a staggering feat of city renovation has produced one of the most complete Art Deco monuments in the world, with entire streets of pastel colored 30’s buildings perfectly restored. Shopping is definitely a local attraction, cute boutiques are as funky as clubs and fusionists parade the streets.
There are several cultural and natural attractions which are definitely worth scheduling time for, from dynamic street installations and the quirky collections like the Wolfsonian museum to spotting Manatees in the bay.