Shoma Group sells its new project in North Bay Village

This 2.8-acre mixed-use complex will feature a 36,068-square-foot Publix Market and 6,325 square feet of retail space, including a rooftop lounge and Shoma Bazaar food court.

ISG World, run by Craig Studnicky, is the property’s exclusive condominium sales agent. Prices start at $400,000.

“North Bay Village is a very desirable location in Miami thanks to its privileged views of the water from all angles, its rich history and its proximity to the beaches, the Design District and Bal Harbour,” said Masoud Shojaee, CEO and President of the Shoma Group’s board of directors.

“There is an incredible demand for living in South Florida and we want to meet this demand by creating new condominiums within the city, where residents will have world-class dining, shopping and entertainment on their doorstep,” added Shojaee.

Founded in 1988, Shoma Group is an award-winning real estate development company, specializing in residential and commercial projects. Over the past 33 years, Shoma has developed more than 10,000 homes and condominiums and more than one million square feet of retail and office space through $5 billion in real estate transactions.

From studios to three-bedroom units

Shoma Bay apartments will range from 360-square-foot furnished studios to 1,447-square-foot three-bedroom units with stunning Biscayne Bay water views, modern appliances with sleek finishes, and layouts designed to maximize efficiency and comfort, as well like proximity to shopping, dining, and school options.

Shoma Bay amenities include a resident lounge and bar, a spa, a fitness center with Technogym equipment, a pet spa and a kids’ club, as well as a 2,000-square-meter pool deck with panoramic views of Shoma Bay. Biscayne, with pool, cabanas and summer kitchen.

Shoma Bay condos will also have a library, a 2,600-square-foot business lounge, a sky lounge with a bar and areas to play games and watch movies, assigned gated parking, electric vehicle charging stations, a designated bike room and spaces storage. The Shoma Bazaar food hall will also be surrounded by views of the bay.

“Miami is experiencing incredible demand for communities that offer new, highly-appointed, high-quality condominiums with views of Biscayne Bay and the Atlantic Ocean,” said Studnicky.

Modernism and comfort

“Shoma Group has a proven track record of identifying submarkets and meeting demand with new, thoughtfully designed communities that attract life and investment. North Bay Village has long been one of Miami’s best-kept secrets and we’re seeing a surge of buyers eager to reside here.”

Shoma Bay was designed by MSA Architects with interiors by renowned designer Adriana Hoyos. Both took into account the historical legacy and art-deco style of North Bay Village, paying homage to its popular restaurant and nightlife scenes of the 1950s and 1960s. It will stand on the site of the singer’s former nightclub. of the Rat Pack Dean Martin in the ’60s and ’70s.

“North Bay Village has a rich history that is just one facet that makes it unique. We are excited that Shoma Bay offers not only an exceptional place to live, but also an essential service with tremendous dining and entertainment experiences for everyone.” residents of North Bay Village,” said Stephanie Shojaee, President of the Shoma Group.

Projects completed by this company include Ten30 South Beach, City Place Doral, The Flats, Park Square, One Park Square at Doral, Sanctuary Doral, and The Manor. Shoma’s current projects include Shoma Bay, Shoma Bazaar, Shoma Village and Shoma One. For more information, visit www.shomagroup.com.

lmorales@diariolasamericas.com



Shoma Group sells its new project in North Bay Village