Loftika is the Latest Creation from Developers at Dotta

For years, the trendy loft concept has been all the rage in urban areas and now Loftika is bringing this celebrated concept to fashionable downtown Miami.

Loftika is the latest creation from the cutting-edge developers at Dotta Developers Group known most recently for their success with the stylish Ocean Five Condo-Hotel and restaurant Fifty on South Beach. The project is designed by renowned Miami architects Borges and Associates and ensures to be the first of its kind as it will offer a wide variety of mix use spaces including retail, office, condominium and loft.

This future mid-rise community is primarily composed of ultra chic residential lofts and condos that are specifically designed to create a true loft appeal. The collaboration of industrialized concrete floors with fine modern amenities make for a spacious living space that is nothing short of luxury living. The units are inspired by European architecture with a plethora of high-end amenities including Venge cabinets, granite counter tops, and top of the line stainless steel appliances. Upgraded counter tops and flooring will also available in select units.

Loftika prioritizes its residents' safety and comfort with private elevators for the business offices, three next generation resident elevators, secured and individualized parking, State of the art Fire and Smoke Protection System & 24-hour security system. The convenience of a private storage facility for personal belongings will also be available for a nominal fee.

A private social and recreational area will be designed exclusively for residents to gather and enjoy. Residents will also have the opportunity to work up a sweat at the state of the art fitness center while overlooking the outdoor swimming pool encircled by a beautifully landscaped sun deck.

The ultra-chic one and two bedroom lofts and condo units range from the mid $200,000 to $400,000.

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