Building Spotlight: Villa Regina

Villa Regina in Miami’s chic Brickell Village neighborhood soars 31 floors above sparkling Biscayne Bay. Built in 1982 and designed by Arquitectonica, the tower is dominated by its bright rainbow façade created by famed Israeli artist and sculptor, Yacov Agam, best known for his optical and kinetic art.

The 206 residences all have open floor plans of one, two and three bedrooms plus penthouses and range from 717 to 4,120 square feet. All units have marble flooring, modern kitchens and contemporary bathrooms, and recent renovations feature designer details and finishes.

A newly remodeled multi-level lobby awaits residents and guests at the Villa Regina. Additional amenities include an upper level plaza/common area devoted to meeting and entertainment rooms to accommodate any occasion. There is a private 43 slip marina, state of the art fitness center, heated waterfront swimming pool and 9,000 square foot sundeck with cabanas, separate his and hers spas, whirlpool, steam rooms and saunas. In addition, there is 24 hour concierge and valet along with a state-of-the-art security system.

This notable Miami location in Brickell is known as the “Wall Street of the South” and offers easy access to Mary Brickell Village, Miami Circle Park and Museum Park. Popular restaurants include Fi’lia from famed Michael Schwartz and Jose Andres’ Bazaar Mar.

At present there are 16 condos for sale at Villa Regina. The average list price is $1,270,956 or $441 per square foot. The units are on the market an average of 186 days. Three rentals are available for an average of $3,215 per month for a one year lease.

For additional information and a tour of this colorful Miami tower contact the Building Expert for Villa Regina at

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