MIAMI, Fla. – April 19, 2017 – Marquis Association Management, the leader in community association management in South Florida, continues its record first quarter with the announcement of its partnership with Faena House. Marquis will also serve as development consultant for Argintina’s Alan Faena who has launched an aggressive development project in the area.
“We are thrilled to announce our partnership with Alan Faena and the Faena Houes property,” said Marquis Association Management President Mark Blackburn. “We will provide exceptional management service and staff at this one-of-a-kind, ultra-luxury tower. Marquis will raise the bar when it comes to serving residents at Miami Beach’s most talked about property.”
Faena has plans to restore this famed Miami neighborhood to it prior exceptional standing of elegance and luxury and Marquis will be a trusted advisor for the entire project. Faena House is the residential cornerstone of this endeavor, and the end result will be the restoration of 47 of the finest homes in South Florida. Faena House units feature a wrap around terrace, floor-to-ceiling windows, and up to 8,000 square feet of living space. Each unit also contains Miele appliances, Dornbracht bathroom finishes, marble flooring, and a 15” wall touch key-pad which controls light, thermostats, motorized shades and much more.
Faena House residents enjoy such amenities as a 24-hour doorman, security surveillance, valet, in-house spa, fitness center and direct ocean views, attended beach club and more. It is just a 10 minute drive to Bal Harbour shops, the Miami design district and world-famous South Beach.
Located in the heart of Miami, Marquis Association Management is a full service property management company specializing in the maintenance and management of luxury condominiums and homeowner associations. Marquis delivers exceptional service through its system of organization and expertise to deliver the highest standard of service to association. Marquis is the choice of discerning clients across South Florida.