Santa’s Enchanted Forest

December 19th, 2014

Santa’s Enchanted Forest

Santa’s Enchanted Forest

7900 Bird Road Miami, FL.
(305) 893-0090

www.santasenchantedforest.com

Feel the Christmas air in Miami. This is the most wonderful time of the year and you deserve a wonderful celebration in the wonderful land of Miami. Come to Miami and have a merry holidays at Santa’s Enchanted Forest. Feel the Christmas air in this world’s largest Christmas theme park for the whole family to enjoy. 

Santa’s Enchanted Forest features different rides that suites any age. Choose among the Kiddie Rides, Family Rides and Thrill Ride. This includes Anchors Away, Crazy Mouse, Water Flume Coaster, Wacky Worm Roller Coaster and a lot more. Enjoy these rides other park features such as South Florida’s tallest Christmas tree, kiddie rides, animal shows and more. This is once in a year celebration so you deserve to enjoy this season in this delightful theme park in Miami for you and the whole family. Special Santa Passes are offered so grab your tickets now and enjoy a single day or a season pass and a special express pass. A day’s not enough? Well you may purchase Santa’s Season Pass for an unlimited ride the whole year round. The park is open from 5 PM till midnight.

Santa’s Enchanted Forest

Santa’s Enchanted Forest

Be delighted by the brightly colored lights, fun ride and tallest Christmas tree only at Santa’s Enchanted Forest. Give your family the gift of cheerful tidings this Christmas so purchase your tickets now. For more information you may click here and check out their website or call (305) 559-9689. Have a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year in Miami.

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Wild Holidays at Jungle Island 2014

December 17th, 2014

Wild Holidays at Jungle Island 2014

Wild Holidays at Jungle Island 2014

1111 Parrott Jungle Trail Miami, Florida

December 20, 2014-January 4, 2015

10 A.M. to 5 P.M.

December is a great time to visit Miami for the cool sunny skies and a range of entertaining events this season of joy. Jungle Island, one of the most interesting place to visit in Miami, wants your family to celebrate a unique Christmas with them in this two-week family-friendly affair starting this Saturday, December 20, 2014 to Sunday, January 4, 2015. Have a extraordinary Christmas in Miami for the Wild Holidays at Jungle Island 2014. 

Wild Holidays at Jungle Island 2014

The Wild Holidays at Jungle Island 2014 is a one of a kind family affair for the joyous season of the year. Grab your tickets for the this event that will start this coming Saturday, December 20, 2014. The Jungle Island is preparing lots of activities for kids and adult to enjoy like games, animal parades, animal adventure and more. They are also offering a wild holiday brunch. You may click here for the brunch menu. Here’s a great deal for you: Visit any participating South Florida Burger King to pick-up a $6 off admission discount coupon to Jungle Island. 

Watch out for the exciting activities includes:

Joy to the World Holiday Village

Candy Cane Jungle

Reindeer Games

Dr. Wasabi’s Holiday Adventure

Wild Holidays Animal Parade

Holiday Brunch

Scavenger Hunts, Arts & Crafts, Face-painting, Story time and more.

Wild Holidays at Jungle Island admission plus tax:

$34.95 for adults

$26.95 for children

Wild Holidays Brunch Details

Prices: Adults $14.95 + tax

Children $12.95 + tax

Hours: 9:30am – 12:30pm at Lakeside Cafe

Dates: Sat. Dec 20, Sun. Dec 21, Fri Dec 26, Sat Dec 27, Sun Dec 28, Thurs Jan 1, Fri Jan 2, Sat Jan 3, Sun Jan 4

Wild Holidays at Jungle Island 2014

So if you’re into an interesting and unique Christmas celebration, be at the Jungle Island. The Jungle Island awaits you to join them for this year’s Wild Holidays in celebration of Christmas. Have your tickets online now and don’t dare miss the adventure. For more information, call 305-400-7000 or visit their website.

Source: jungleisland.com

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How to Approach Homeownership Based on Age

December 16th, 2014

How to Approach Homeownership Based on Age

How to Approach Homeownership Based on Age

By: Jonathan Smoke

 

Homeownership is a crucial component of building wealth, as seen in recent research, but it means different things for different age groups.

For example, seniors who are in the best financial situation to handle expenses after retirement are homeowners who have no remaining mortgage—they have the value of their home as a cushion in their household wealth, and they spend less on housing than seniors who rent.

Although owning a home can benefit consumers of all ages, specific homeownership strategies should differ based on your stage of life.

Here’s a summary of guidelines for approaching homeownership applied to today’s biggest generations.

 

Millennials

Understand the advantages of owning a home. Save for your down payment. Work on your credit score. See what you can afford to buy. Seek the advice of a local REALTOR® to advise on local demand and supply to ensure you can get a home that fits your needs at an appropriate market price. Time is on your side.

Forecasts for the economy and housing are positive, but even if there are down years in the future, your investment should outpace inflation and help you build wealth—in addition to enjoying your own home while avoiding ever-escalating rents.

To benefit most from the compounding gains of homeownership, it is best to start sooner rather than later, assuming you can afford to buy today and qualify f or a mortgage.

Gen X-ers

Ensure you have a game plan to pay off your mortgage by the time you intend to retire. If you refinance to lock in lower rates, make sure you get a shorter term than 30 years.

If you were a victim of the foreclosure crisis, work on your game plan for re-entering the property ladder. You also still have time to reap the longer-term benefits—plus you are approaching your peak earning years such that shorter-term mortgages like a 15-year or 20-year loan would work. Shorter-term mortgages would enable you to retire while owning your home free and clear.

 

Boomers

Think about your plans for retirement and if that aligns with the remaining term on any mortgages you hold. You may also be considering retirement homes and second homes. Buying sooner rather than later will help you lock in today’s lower prices and mortgage rates while enabling you to enjoy your dream home sooner.

Plus, those young millennials you raised, taught, coached and now manage may want to buy your existing home: It’s a great time to sell.

Source: realtor.com Image credit: kids-pages.com

 

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The Carriage House Condos

December 15th, 2014

The Carriage House Condos

5401 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33140, USA

The Carriage House

Life’s at ease with an ocean breeze!

The Carriage House Condos located along the luxurious strip of Collins Avenue provides magnificent views of the ocean, the bay and the city! It’s located right along the beach where you can enjoy sunset on a relaxing day or a romantic stroll at night. The area is in a stretch of land between the Atlantic Ocean and the Indian Creek allowing ocean access boating from the Indian Creek docks. The complex is situated with easy accessibility to key areas in North Miami Beach. It’s just a bike ride from Lincoln Road.

The Carriage House gym

If you feel like staying indoors, the complex also feature convenient amenities include a heated swimming pool, a fitness center, restaurants, mini market and more! All facilities are well-kept. 

The complex is of 15 stories with 400 residences with 4 different floorplans to suit your lifestyle. Each floorplan offers a spacious area ranging from 550 to 7000 sq ft. Each unit is also equipped with a balcony to allow one to quickly relax or unwind while enjoying the skyline and the ocean breeze!

The Carriage House pool

Carriage House Building Amenities

Oceanfront location
•Heated swimming poll
•Lighted tennis courts
•24-hour security
•Covered parking
•On-ste restaurant and mini-market
•Fitness center
•Sauna
•Racquetball court
•Beauty salon

How great it would be to come home or wake up to a relaxing sound of the waves and with all the luxury and convenience right close to your abode!

Source and images: www.miamicondolifestyle.com; www.condoreports.com and www.media.estatefox.com

Experience life under the Sun, with your toes on the Sand and with a drink on hand. Check out available units at The Carriage House Condos and other available condos within the area. Contact, Ralph Magin, your trusted real estate agent, at 3305-935-2696 or visit www.ralphmagin.com for real estate inquiries.

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Broker Associate – 35 Years Experience
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Peacock Park

December 12th, 2014

Peacock Park

2820 McFarlane Road, Miami, FL 33133

Peacock Park

 

 

A huge part of what Miami is today is its rich history. December, aside from Arts and Culture with the Art Basel week, is Miami’s Heritage Month a time to explore and learn the different history of Miami’s different parks and places.

 

One of the historic parks in Miami is the Peacock Park at 2820 McFarlane Road in Coconut Grove. This park by the bay that is open to public is in honor of Charles and Isabella Peacock. They’re the couple who built the first hotel in Miami in 1883– the Bay View House. This small hotel became the gathering place for nascent Coconut Grove community which includes the yacht designer Ralph Munroe whose home, The Barnacle, is now a state historic site and 5 acre park as well.

 

The first settlers here are from Bahamas who came via Key West to work at the hotel which was later named as the Peacock Inn. They’re the first black community on the South Florida mainland in 1870s. It was their first-hand experience with tropical plants, agriculture and building materials that proved invaluable to the development of Coconut Grove.

Peacock Park

The park is located by the bay. You get to enjoy the view and the relaxing bay breeze while you come here for a walk, jog or just hang out with family and friends. The park has a baseball field, basketball court, tennis court, playground and skate park.

 

The park is also accessible as it’s just a walking distance from the bars, shops and restaurants of the area. Right next door, you’ll find the Coconut Grove Sailing Club.

Peacock Park

 

Take advantage of Miami’s Heritage Trail tours to discover more historic places.

 

Source: www.miamiandbeaches.com ; image credit: www.yelp.com and www.tripadvisor.com

 

 

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How to Decorate for the Holidays When Selling Your Home

December 11th, 2014

How to Decorate for the Holidays When Selling Your Home

By: Angela Colley

How to Decorate for the Holidays When Selling Your Home

Although the holiday season can be a hectic time for showing and selling your home, there is a major advantage to staging and showing your home at this time of year: You have a chance to show your home at its very best, adorned with warmth and cheer that’s sure to charm.

Nothing is more inviting than a home brimming with greenery, twinkling lights and holiday decorations. But how do you do it without overdoing it for potential buyers?

The Exterior

First impressions are important. If you live in a snowy area, make sure walkways are cleared. Do you have late fall leaves littering the ground? Rake them up. Also, make sure the walks and stairs are free of ice.

A few exterior holiday lights or decorations show pride in ownership and seasonal cheer, but they don’t add anything during the day when potential home buyers will be looking at your home—so don’t overdo them.

Another thing to consider: Would-be buyers may view it favorably if nearby homes are brimming with lights—it shows unity and neighborliness—so you’ll want to find a tasteful balance.

To make your home shine during the day, look for a few tasteful seasonal decorations, such as a pine wreath for the front door or a holiday-themed welcome mat.

The Interior

A tree in the living room or den can help potential buyers envision themselves spending many holidays to come in your home, but keep these tips in mind when choosing and decorating your tree:

Look for a tree that fits in the space, without crowding it. You don’t want to make the room look small or uninviting.

Choose neutral decorations such as clear lights, gold ball ornaments or simple snowflakes. Keep the personal family ornaments packed up this year.

Move furniture out of the room if necessary to make the tree fit.

Adding a few decorations throughout the house can enhance the beauty of your home; however, keep decorations on the conservative side. You want your house to be noticed—not your stuff. For example, a simple garland along the staircase or a few holiday candles on the mantle or in the kitchen all add a touch of the season without going overboard.

Setting the Stage for Selling Your Home

When you’re showing your home to potential buyers, add a few finishing touches to make your home feel more open and inviting.

Winter can be a dreary season; to combat this open curtains and blinds to let in more natural light.

If it won’t be left unattended, ask a REALTOR® to start a fire in the fireplace.

Turn up the heat so buyers aren’t rushing through to get out of the cold.

Bake holiday cookies or make hot chocolate on the stove. The scents will fill the air and remind buyers of their own holiday traditions.

Turn on the outside lights if the sun is setting and light up the tree.

Ultimately, you want to convey the love, comfort and joy your family has shared in the house, so that buyers will be eager to move in and create their own holiday memories.

***Updated from an earlier version by the realtor.com® team.

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Broker Associate – 35 Years Experience
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Enchanting and Exciting Miami

December 10th, 2014

Enchanting and Exciting Miami
Dec. 11-13

Aside from Art Basel activities, more events are in store for you in Miami this December. Especially for art and music lovers. There are FREE events for Kids and Families too! Here’s a list of some of the events in Miami in the upcoming days.

December 11
Cirque du Soleil AmaLuna
Grand Chapiteau, the Big Top next to Sun Life Stadium – Miami Gardens, Florida
Tickets: $76 – $126
Check Goldstar for discounted tickets here $45 – $95, you must be a Goldstar member but membership is FREE, just sign up it’s worth the savings!

Enchanting and Exciting Miami

December 12-14
The Nutcracker: Arts Ballet Theatre of Florida
Friday and Saturday December 12-13, 2014 – 7:00 p.m., Sunday December 14 at 3:00 pm
Aventura Arts & Cultural Center 3385 NE 188th Street, Aventura, FL 33180
Tickets: $50+

Enchanting and Exciting Miami

December 13
Usher
Saturday, 7:30 p.m.
American Airlines Arena
Tickets: $56+

Enchanting and Exciting Miami

December 2 – 14
The Book of Mormon – The Musical On Tour
Ben Brantley of The New York Times calls it “the best musical of this century.” Entertainment Weekly says it’s “the funniest musical of all time.” From South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone, it’s The Book of Mormon, winner of nine Tony Awards including Best Musical. Jon Stewart of The Daily Show calls it “a crowning achievement. So good it makes me angry.”
It’s here in South Florida, don’t miss it!
Ziff Opera House at the Adrienne Arsht Center, Miami, Florida
Tickets:$53+

Find Book of Mormon Discounted Tickets at Goldstar for a limited time, Goldstar membership is required but FREE, worth the savings!

Enchanting and Exciting Miami

December 14
Family Fun Fest at Biscayne National Park
Family Fun Fest is a FREE program at Biscayne National Park brought to you thanks to the many volunteers and park sponsors. It is held on the second Sunday of the month during the “dry and cool” season, December through April with lots of fun and educational activities for kids and adults alike.
There is also “Family Fun Fest Junior” with lots of activities for toddlers and little ones!
1:00pm to 4:00 pm
Biscayne National Park – Dante Fascell Visitor Center
9700 SW 328th St, Homestead, FL 33033
FREE!

Enchanting and Exciting Miami

December 13
Wynwood Second Saturday
Like its counterpart at the Miami Design District, Wynwood is an emerging neighborhood in a decaying part of town that has been revitalized and is transforming the art scene in Miami, but this is where the likeness stops.
Wynwood is best known for its street art and splashy murals and over 70 galleries and counting.
On Second Saturdays, the place is on overdrive, crowds come to enjoy their art and their food trucks. A must for street art lovers, but if you are not into crowds, definitely not for you.
Saturday 6:00pm to 11:00 pm
Roughly between Biscayne Boulevard and I-95 and NW 36th Street and NW 20th Street.

CAUTION: The area surrounding the Wynwood District is a very doubtful neighborhood, please exercise caution when getting here and back.
FREE

Enchanting and Exciting Miami

December 13
Perez Museum of Art FREE Second Saturdays
This is a monthly program for the newly-opened Perez Art Museum Miami PAMM, in its beautiful location on Biscayne Bay.
PAMM Free Second Saturdays is a family-friendly program featuring hands-on activities for kids, guided tours of the museum’s exhibits, and occasional guest artists and performers.
Families can create art and enjoy the Museum’s exhibitions for FREE each second Saturday of the month. Second Saturdays emphasizes families making art together.
This month’s program is
“Magical Landscapes” presented by Miami-based artist Eduoard Duval-Carrie.
1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
PAMM, 1103 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, FL 33132
FREE!

Enchanting and Exciting Miami

December to January 4, 2015
Santa’s Echanted Forest
The largest Christmas-Themed Amusement Park and Carnival is back on its 26th year with its 3 million lights, 92″ christmas tree, and the carnival rides for little ones and those wanting a little more extreme.
Located in the heart of Miami in Tropical Park, you will no doubt see the lights from the highway as you drive past.
It is a huge sprawling lively event, just coming to see the lights is worth the trip. Tons of entertainment for kids and families round it all up. There are the many live shows, games, magic acts, mazes, all sorts of rides, from carrousels to roller coasters and drop towers and of course, the carnival food!
5:00pm to Midnight
Tropical Park, on the Palmetto (SR826) and Bird Road (40th Street) 7900 SW 40th Street, Miami, FL 33155

Tickets:
Adults (10-64) $29.91
Children (3-9) $20.56
Seniors (65+) $20.56
Season and express passes available.
For Directions: http://www.santasenchantedforest.com/Directions.html

Source and credits: www.miami-travel-attractions.com

Explore Miami’s arts and cultural scenes and find your home here now! Check out available homes and condo units for sale. Contact, Ralph Magin, trusted real estate agent, at 3305-935-2696 or visit www.ralphmagin.com for real estate inquiries.

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Broker Associate – 35 Years Experience
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Market Your House for Maximum Exposure

December 9th, 2014

Market Your House for Maximum Exposure

By: Realtor.com Team

Market Your House for Maximum Exposure

Once you’ve made the commitment to sell your home, chosen a REALTOR® to represent you, and established a list price, it’s time to work with your REALTOR® to market your property so it sells as quickly as possible.

Your REALTOR® should share a marketing plan with you, but the more you know about the process of selling your home the easier it is to support your REALTOR®’s efforts.

Pre-Market Tips

The day your home goes on the market it should be in prime condition and priced right to attract the most potential buyers. While your REALTOR® can help you determine an appropriate price and can offer suggestions to make your home more appealing, your job is to put in the work to get your home pristine clean and to remove clutter and personalization.

Buyers want to see a home where they can visualize themselves living. If buyers see an overstuffed closet, they’ll assume the home lacks storage space; and if your kitchen counters are cluttered, they’ll think the space is too small.

Provide your REALTOR® with tips about what you love best about your home and community that can be incorporated into your marketing materials.

Your REALTOR® can advise you on what you need to repair before putting your home on the market. You can also visit other homes that are for sale, or even local model homes for ideas on ways to present your home to potential buyers.

What to Expect From Your REALTOR®

Many REALTOR®s have experience staging homes, or they can bring in a stager to rearrange your place. In addition, your REALTOR® should market your home in multiple ways:

Research the market to identify potential buyers to target for direct mail.

Reach out to other real estate brokers and agents who work with buyers in your price range.

Take excellent photos or hire a professional photographer to showcase your home online with attractive pictures.

List your home on the local Multiple Listing Service and make sure it receives maximum exposure on multiple websites.

Take a video of your home or produce a virtual tour with numerous photos so your home can be viewed in-depth by buyers looking online.

Once buyers begin visiting your home or contacting your REALTOR®, your agent should respond as quickly as possible to keep the momentum going. Every visitor to your home or their agent should be contacted by your REALTOR® to get feedback on your home and to gauge their interest.

What Your REALTOR® Should Expect From You

While your REALTOR® does the heavy lifting when it comes to marketing, as a seller you need to support your REALTOR® in several ways:

Keep your home as clean, neat and odor-free as possible while your home is on the market. This may mean that you have to give up cooking your favorite liver-and-onions dish and that you have to bribe your kids to make their beds and take out the trash every day.

Make your home as available as possible to buyers, no matter how inconvenient it is for you and your family. Your home won’t sell if no one can see it.

Leave the house when buyers are there, since studies have shown that buyers linger and look more carefully when the homeowners aren’t present.

Lock up your pets or take them away when buyers are visiting, especially during an open house when multiple visitors are expected.

Provide information to buyers about community amenities or neighborhood sports leagues so they can appreciate your home’s location.

If you and your REALTOR® develop a team approach to selling, you’ll benefit from a quicker and more pleasant real estate transaction.

Source: realtor.comp; image credit: repmag.ca

For real estate inquiries, contact Ralph Magin, trusted real estate agent, 3305-935-2696. Check out available homes and condo units for sale or visit www.ralphmagin.com.

 

 

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Jade Brickell Condos

December 8th, 2014

Jade Brickell Condos
1331 Brickell Bay Dr, Miami, FL 33131

Jade Brickell Condos

 

Another condo residence that generously provides breathtaking views of the bay and the skyline. Brickell is known to be the financial and business district of Miami and is situated just south of South Beach and Downtown Miami providing residents easy access to the different amenities Miami has to offer.

The Jade Brickell Residences conveniently sits right along the Brickell Bay edge. It stands 500 ft high with 48-stories and 326 residences. It offers 8 different tower floorplans ranging from size 895 to 3,415 sq ft plus penthouse. Each floorplan is provided with 9-foot ceilings in tower residences and 18 ft ceilings in the bay lofts. The tower looms over the beautiful Miami skyline.

Jade at Brickell embodies the new sophistication that is Miami, located in the vibrant Downtown Brickell area, a world-renowned financial center and business district where art and cultural museums, banks, government offices, restaurants, cafes, parks and clubs coexist.Jade Brickell Condos

This pet-friendly condo is designed as a tropical haven in an exciting city…providing ultimate services and amenities that would surely suit your lifestyle. It gives you a lot of value for your money.

At Jade, you will employ the latest technology to enhance your lifestyle, from touch screen connection to concierge services, wi-fi internet to state-of-the-art security systems.

Jade Brickell Condos

Jade Residences Brickell Condos – Features & Amenities:

•Seventh floor Resort amenities deck
•31,200 square feet of bayfront
•Lap pool overlooking Biscayne Bay
•Artistically lit palm islands
•European-style resort spa
•Professional clinitians at the spa
•Touch-screen monitoring system
•Elegantly appointed entrance and lobby
•Wireless wi-fi technology
•Entertainment-linked touch-screen
•State-of-the-art audio and video throughout
•Fully equipped business center

Source and credits to: www.miamicondolifestyle.com; www.jaderesidencesmiami.com and www.jadeatbrickell.com

Find your home in this paradise now! Check out available units at Jade Brickell Condos and other available condos within the area. Contact, Ralph Magin, your trusted real estate agent, at 3305-935-2696 or visit www.ralphmagin.com for real estate inquiries.

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Broker Associate – 35 Years Experience
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Art Basel Miami Beach 2014

December 5th, 2014

Art Basel Miami Beach 2014

Art Basel Miami Beach
300 W 41st St #214, Miami Beach, FL 33140
9:00 am – 5:00 pm
www.artbasel.com

Once again, Miami Beach isn’t only about the beaches. It’s not only about its breathtaking views. BUT Miami is also about its convergence of many different cultures as well as its old world and contemporary trends. Its Art Deco Historic District has been dubbed to have the largest collection of Art Deco architecture in the world. It’s where MiMo or Miami Modern transpires.

Every first week of December, international visitors come to visit Art Basel Miami Beach for a remarkable art show experience. The Miami Beach Convention Center (MBCC) holds the Art Basel Exhibition place. It’s conveniently located just a short walk from South Beach’s many hotels and shoreline. Over 500,000 square feet of exhibition space hosts the Galleries, Nova, Positions, Edition, Kabinett, Survey and Magazines sectors, as well as our discussion series, Conversations and Salon. Public artworks are sited nearby at Collins Park, while Film is presented across two venues, inside the MBCC and in the outdoor setting of SoundScape Park. Download the Floorplan to make yourself acquainted with the setup of the halls.

 

Art Basel Miami Beach

You may also want to take the Shuttle Buses which are available during the show. It would transfer you from the MBCC to major cultural institutions in Miami. For detailed information including timings, please refer to their online schedule.

The venue also provides accessibility to persons with disabilities. Manual wheelchairs and scooters are available on a first come, first served basis. Visitors will also find art books in select bookstores, located in Lobby B. For visiting children, there’s Art Kids –Art Basel’s free kindergarten and playroom where special programs for school groups are also offered.

Art Basel Miami Beach Art Kids

The venue also houses two self-serve restaurants and various cafes within the exhibition area and an outdoor Garden Cafe, located in the Botanical Garden across the street from the MBCC which is open daily from 10am until close of show.

Miami Beach is famous for its coastal cuisine featuring fresh seafood and the local delicacy, stone crabs. The culinary selection reflects the multicultural flair of the city, offering a wide choice of cuisines including American, Caribbean, Latin-American, European, and Asian. Whether dining at a restaurant owned by one of America’s star chefs or tasting the best of the region’s Latin cooking, Miami Beach promises an extraordinary dining experience.

 

GENERAL RULES

In order to make Art Basel a pleasant experience for all, guests are asked to comply with a few basic rules:

For security reasons, all bags larger than 12 x 12 inches, briefcases and backpacks must be deposited at the coat check before entering the exhibition halls. Likewise, umbrellas must be left in the coat check.

Taking videos is not permitted in the exhibition halls without the written permission of the Show Management.

Taking photos with flash or tripods is not permitted in the exhibition halls without the written permission of the Show Management.

Dogs and other pets are not permitted in the exhibition halls, with the exception of service animals for visitors with disabilities.

 

 

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Ralph Magin, GRI, CRB - Keller Williams Elite Properties
Broker Associate – 35 Years Experience
305.935.2696 Fax 305.328.9267
RalphMagin@yahoo.com www.RalphMagin.com

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