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any news on this building
There is a Miraval thread.
I've heard that sales have picked up alot since they swicthed brokers but that was before the whole wall street meltdown. I know the sales office is still open and there are still units listed as available on Prudential's website. I'd be very interested to know just how far along they are in sales.
Want to live in a really small really expensive apartment?
Than this is the place!
Sure if your Tiki Barber living in the monster size penthuse then its a dream...but for the rest of us?
Hate space? Hate your money? This my friend is the cure.
Did I mention they have a pool?
I got 2 marketing postcards for this building this month.
I get the impression they are willing to wheel and deal.
Formerly known as "prince", check that, I mean Miraval. This needs to be the current thread as all mention of MIRAVAL has been banned.
when does it turn into a luxury unfinished rental?
building is full service and things are looking up.. a good buy
Anyone have knowledge about renting here. Are renter treated indifferently from actual owners. There are alot of rentals.
'building is full service and things are looking up.'
If you're on your back in the basement...I guess.
falcongold why the negative response
The amenities at this bldg are indeed nice.
As of July 2012, 515e72 has sold a large number of apartments to corporates in bulk deals and at substantial discounts.
This means 2 things:
a) You will see high influx of different types of corporate workers coming for short 2-3 days and the "hotel" culture which might put off some families from buying here
b) If and when you go to sell, and the corporates are also selling at the time, the price this corporate would sell at would be much lower than your to still give them a profit