Excellent location directly in front of World Center. Easy to show. The owner made some unique upgrades, hidden light fixture, custom made walk-in closet, pantry and glass doors. The master bedroom wall is removed and added to the living room, making a huge spacious modern living area.
Location is everything and Marina Blue is in the perfect location. Less than 5 Minutes from downtown Miami, Brickell city center.
Just in front of Paramount World Center. Great investment property, building allows rentals minimum 3 months, 2 times a year. Special floor plan, as it includes a den.
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Only a few units in the building offer this extra space. Great opportunity to live in this thriving neighborhood, steps away from Museum Park and American Airlines Arena. Marble floors throughout.
Great floor plan. Brand new tile throughout whole unit! Spacious walking closet. Breathtaking views of the ocean and intercostal.
Split floor plan, floor to ceiling windows, SS appliances, Italian cabinetry, kitchen island, granite counter tops. Beautiful floors, very spacious master bathroom and closets. The building is centrally located. Great amenities, two pools, fitness center, spa, beach volleyball, Business center and more. Spectacular views and sunrises, Best corner unit in entire building row 8, with an Italian taste. Currently leased until January The building offers top-of-the-line amenities such as: 2 swimming pools the Sunrise and Sunset Pools , 2 hot tubs, a gym with floor-to-ceiling windows facing the open bay, and a volley ball court.
Immaculate apartment with an open concept kitchen. A dream place to live in. Please, allow 24 hours notice for showings. This unit features gorgeous City and Bay views. Two swimming pools! And a w orkout gym with views of the Bayfront! Two pools, bayfront gym, putting green, volleyball court. Great place to live!
Unit is rented until December 15th Please make appt on. Biscayne Bay, Downtown, west to airport. Two parking spaces side by side.
Designer closets, stainless appliances, and kitchen island with granite counter for barstools. On site amenities include putting green, sand volley ball court, two swimming pools, fabulous gym, valet parking, and doorman at entry. Walk to Bayside shops, Performing Arts Center, museums, cafes and restaurants. F F This stunning two bedroom, two and a half bathroom unit boasts unobstructed panoramic views of Biscayne Bay, Downtown, the Venetian Islands and South Beach.
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Interiors featuring marble floors, granite countertops, white lacquer kitchen cabinets, a spacious pantry along with balcony access from the master bedroom, living room and guest rooms. Fully furnished: New furnishings in living room and master bedroom, new smartTV in living area! Timoney and Fernandez established accountability not only in the use of force but in the chain of command: at roll calls, Timoney made it clear that he was going to hold supervisors, particularly the sergeants, accountable for everything their officers did.
Miami police had been anticipating riots similar to what Seattle saw in , and forty law-enforcement agencies had been called in to help. The protests turned out to be smaller than expected, but there were complaints about police aggressiveness. Seu had been the target of the investigation; Sean had not been involved in the drug negotiations, but he had agreed to drive Seu and carried a gym bag stuffed with money into the hotel room that the D.
Timoney told me that their relationship be-gan to deteriorate when Sean, who had been a star high-school soccer player and captain of his team, suffered a knee injury that ended his athletic career. Sean also had a mysterious debilitating illness that was later diagnosed as a severe case of Lyme disease.
His father was everything.
But Sean is not John. After finishing high school, Sean moved with his mother to Philadelphia, where he enrolled at St. But he dropped out, citing medical reasons, and never returned.
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That did it, Timoney said. Listen, you can come up with all sorts of excuses in life. Sean began delivering pizzas. She told her father to show some compassion. John Timoney told Hayes he was not going to post bail. Let him just rot in there. Much of what John Timoney has done as a policeman in Miami is no longer particularly novel, but a lot of it was new to Miami—and, in retrospect, seems obvious and necessary.
DNA was checked only after a suspect had been arrested. By having all those detectives and uniformed officers, including myself and the other chiefs, focussed on this case, we lost the opportunity to be working on something else. Had he ever thrown an extra punch at a suspect in custody? Most people thought that the Rodney King thing was horrible because he was hit. He was a defenseless guy hit fifty-six times. That was true. Stop it. He had not planned to attend, because newspaper stories suggested that Sean, whose sentencing had twice been postponed, was receiving special treatment.
Before the sentencing, Timoney seemed to have mixed feelings about what lay ahead. First-time offense. Never been in trouble before. He was driving. He was making money. You plead guilty. This is one of the cases where the wiretaps are very helpful, because they show what a schmuck he is. All right. So that was the special treatment that John and Noreen Timoney got, and in return for all of that heartache what they gave back was safety and a better life in a very dramatic way for New York City. Sean Timoney asked U. District Court Judge Thomas J. John Timoney had thought that his son would be sentenced to a year and released in six months—that he had demonstrated that he had straightened out his life.
John and Noreen went back to New York in January to be with Sean on the night before he went to prison—to help him pack up his apartment and store his furniture. Neither of the Timoneys will talk about the evident strains in their marriage.