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Ritz-Carlton Residences Miami Beach with the natural setting. The uniqueness of the setting and the architecture is repeated in the residences. “It’s very much like you are getting into a vertical home,” says Greenfield. Also, the original hospital had multiple buildings at different heights, which, Greenfield says, “enabled us to give a really wonderful indoor/outdoor living experience for a vertical build-ing. We have units with 2,000 square feet to 3,000 square feet terraces.” Some even have plunge pools. And, unlike many new buildings where resi-dences are typically boxes with a few standard lay-outs, both of these buildings offer a huge range of floor plans and configurations not typically found in condominiums. At Rutherford, no two apartments are alike. Most residences are a duplex or triplex with ceil-ings up to 17 feet, and feature oversized windows as high as 10 feet. A number of apartments also feature private patios and terraces, many with breathtaking views of Stuyvesant Square and Lower Manhattan. There are 69 different floor plans at the Ritz-Carlton. While serendipity might have a hand in the pro-cess, creative vision and unique design inspire the residences in both buildings. Ritz-Carlton Residences Miami Beach

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