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Compass Real Estate Rockin’ Address Prime Properties The much-anticipated Paramount Bay development has an interesting character at the heart of its design: rock star Lenny Kravitz. Kravitz is the founder of Kravitz Design Inc., the firm which has been brought in to create a fresh, invigorating aesthetic for the 47-story bayfront property. Public spaces boast luxury touches such as walnut and marble detailing, as well as stunning fountains and gardens. Paramount Bay will include over 340 residences, two pool decks, a movie screen and other amenities which add to its beach-meets-city style; 877.840.1346, ParamountBay.com. Whether you want to upgrade to a bigger home on Key Biscayne, experience living on the island for the first time or find a second or third home elsewhere, these properties may be just what you’ve been looking for. Ocean Tower One #308 $1,989,999 3 Bedrooms + 4.5 baths Twin terraces Jacquie Gallardo 786.473.3067 Towers A905 $529,000 2 Bedrooms + 2 baths Mint Condition Fernando Echeverri 305.458.6101 Virtual Look We all know the value of home staging when selling a property. But filling a vacant space with appropriate furnishings can be beyond the reach of many sellers. Enter Virtually Staging Properties. This Atlanta-based company creates gorgeous, realistic photos of your property, digitally enhancing them to appear fully and elegantly furnished. It’s a fantastic and affordable way to make a great first impression; $225 for 3 photos; 877.949.9797, VirtuallyStagingProperties.com. Towers F401 $698,000 2 Bedrooms + 2 baths Waterfront Adriana Montbrun 786.277.3480 260 Cape Florida $15,900,000 9 Bedrooms + 8.5 baths Direct Views of State Park & Bay Brigitte de Langeron 305.244.7493 Bad Move “Sometimes your best investments are the ones you don’t make.” — Donald Trump 20 Don’t Jump Turn, Turn Ivan the Terrible really didn’t like the design of the famous St. Basil’s Cathedral in Moscow…so much so that he reportedly had the eyes of the architect who built it gouged out. Now that’s a bad review! If you plan on diving off a tower, don’t do it in New York. The penalty for jumping off a structure more than 50 feet high without a permit is death. That is, if you managed to survive the fall. Contrary to popular belief, revolving doors weren’t invented to keep horses from wandering into buildings. They primarily became popular because they helped keep the heat in.