Continuum II started closings last Monday. It seems like this tower has been under construction for forever and a day. Continuum II will be the last of the great luxury high-rises in South Beach.
The lobby of Continuum II is much more intimate than Continuum I. It has a traditional feel much like Continuum I.
I have a feeling that this arrangement won’t last long, hopefully.
This is the view from the preferred northern exposure of Continuum II.
The units on the northwestern corners have incredible views. These differ from the western views of Continuum I because those views are blocked from South Pointe Tower and Portofino Tower.
Beautiful kitchens with Salvatore cabinets (same brand as Apogee), Miele appliances and Sub-Zero refrigerator and wine cooler.
Crestron “Smart Building” keypad for Valet, Maintenance, and Concierge Services.
This is a photo of a master bath with imported marble countertops, backsplash, and whirlpool decks; seamless glass shower doors and european bathroom vanity cabinets.
Here’s a striking kitchen with the Macassar Ebony selection. The kitchens feature granite countertops, under cabinet lighting, and Sub-Zero built-in refrigerator-freezer.
View from the 30th floor.
Massive free-form pool with 14 cabanas.
View from the 28th floor northwest corner unit.
Continuum II enjoys quite possibly the best location in all of Miami Beach and South Beach, and will likely become one of the most sought-after Miami real estate locations. Located at 50 S. Pointe Drive in the “SoFi” neighborhood, Continuum II has 203 units and enjoys resort-like amenties such as a 20,000 sq. ft. world-class spa and excercising facility & fitness center with roof-top infinity lap pool, full-service beach club, restaurant, and three har-tru tennis courts.