Beyond What the Eye Can See – True Luxury at Yoo Residences at Metropica
Our vision for Yoo Residences at Metropica was to define luxury residential high-rise living in South Florida’s western corridor. This included luxury that can be overtly seen – as well as luxury that is a bit more challenging to the naked eye.
What do I mean by that? Well, it started with a building designed by Oppenheim Architecture and interior design by the globally acclaimed YOO Studio. From that design, every imaginable detail and building amenity has been carefully curated with our residents in mind and at the core of every decision.
The first residential tower of our Metropica mixed-use community is most definitively the standard- bearer of luxury in this part of South Florida, and is so with elements of the building that are both seen and unseen.
While luxury condominiums in the urban core and oceanfront are afforded state-of-the-art elements to all facets of construction, it has not been necessarily so with residential high-rise construction in the western suburbs – until now!
Yoo Residences at Metropica offers its residents a value proposition like no other. The building includes elements that while not particularly ‘sexy’ in description, they are nonetheless an absolutely crucial component of the property.
- Mold, Moisture & Fire resistant drywall (the best in the business)
- Top-of-market fire alarm system
- High Efficiency, energy efficient glazing windows
- Acoustically rated demising partitions (amazing for noise reduction)
- Gig-speed capability fiber optics (fastest internet service available)
Coupled with high-end internet provider Hotwire and audio/visual by Audio One, both industry leaders, you begin to see how the things that can’t be seen at Yoo Residences at Metropica are as impressive as the elements that are so appealing to the naked eye.
With anticipated delivery in Q1 2019, I personally invite you to see how from top-to-bottom, and inside-and-out, there is simply no other building like Yoo Residences at Metropica in the western corridor of South Florida.
By: Joseph Kavana, CEO, Metropica Development LLC.