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Compass Real Estate Unique Space Prime Properties Come on…admit it… ever since you were a kid, you’ve wanted a secret fort. What would be a cooler one than the Mirrorcube? A treehouse basically camoflagued by way of mirrors, it’s almost impossible to spot from a distance, and contains a warm, wood-paneled interior with plenty of windows; Playful Investment Looking to make an investment in a vacation property, but feeling indecisive? Why choose? With the Lifestyle Assets Group, you can invest in shares of a collection of 12 fabulous residences scattered across the globe. Shares cost less than a down payment would on a single property, and get you access to the villas, plus a share in potential profitability over the course of 7 years. Limited to 100; $10,000, 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. 445 Grand Bay #308 $2,099,000 3 bedrooms, 3.5 baths 3,290 Sq. ft. + terrace Giulietta Ulloa 305.710.6620 Club Tower III #1603 $2,495,000 3 bedrooms, 3.5 baths Panoramic Ocean Views Doug Kinsley/Cristian Gonzalez 305.215.5900 / 305.775.3426 Casa del Mar #8A $1,650,000 3 bedroom / 3 bath Great Views Michelle Shurtleff 305.299.2062 130 Island Drive $3,175,000 4bedroom / 3 bath Waterfront Joan McCaughan 305.775.8230 Down Under “No real estate is permanently valuable but the grave” — Mark Twain 14 Lost History We’ve seen buildings that reach into the sky…but did you know there’s also one that reaches into the earth? Meet the “Earth-Scraper” that’s currently under construction in Mexico City. We’re not sure about the views. The house where Thomas Jefferson once wrote the Declaration of Independence was sadly torn down in 1884 to be replaced by a bank, which was in turn demolished to make way for a hamburger stand. Line Free You won’t have any trouble finding a bathroom while visiting The Pentagon. The building has a surplus of them for an unsettling reason: because previously black and white employees had to use segregated facilities.