1. An open, airy floor plan: “101 Ocean was built in 1963 as an apartment building and then converted into a condo in the mid-nineties. The bones of the unit were great, but the aesthetic didn’t translate to the contemporary experience today’s buyer desires. We broke down walls and opened up the unit, transforming the floor plan into an open, loft-like space with an amazing, natural flow.”
2. Maximized views: “My goal with any property is to maximize the views—especially with a residence like 101 Ocean, which towers over the Pacific. We optimized six to eight feet plus of ocean views that weren’t previously available in all parts of the unit, presenting unbelievable vistas spanning the entire coastline. We also added three ocean-view bathrooms; you can sit in the bathtub or shower and stare out onto the ocean. There are ocean views from almost every corner of the residence—and they don’t get any better.”
3. An opulent master suite: “An exceptional master suite is essential for the modern buyer, and that also involves spacious walk-in closets for two and an impressive bathroom. I can almost guarantee that the master suite here easily rivals anything you will find in a $20m+ home. You have an oversized bedroom with views as good as they get, two huge walk-in closets with a built-in safe, and an enormous bathroom with extra-large dual vanities, seamless walk-in shower with triple rain heads plus handheld, floating tub, TV, and of course mind-blowing ocean views."