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[Cue Will Smith's 1998 classic "Miami" for this entire post.]

I normally hate choosing favorites, but this is definitely my favorite Urban Oasis yet. Located in one of Miami’s top waterfront locations, this contemporary apartment provides both calming views of the water and enticing Miami nightlife just steps away. New York and Chicago both had drool-worthy views, but there’s just something about the Biscayne Bay that draws me in. I think I could live on the terrace and be perfectly content.

Urban Oasis 2012 - TerraceTerrace

You do know that you could live here, right? You have 48 days left to enter to win this high-rise home in South Florida. Between now and October 15, enter twice online per day — once on HGTV.com and once on FrontDoor.com — for your chance to win! I seriously doubt you need a reminder to enter (I mean, just look at this place!), but just in case, let’s take a quick tour.

Urban Oasis 2012 - EntrywayFoyer

Interior designer Linda Woodrum uses big, bold artwork in the expansive foyer to welcome guests to Miami.

Urban Oasis 2012 - KitchenKitchen

The contemporary kitchen is inspired by blues from the Biscayne Bay and features gold Calacatta marble and cabinetry installed to ceiling height.

Urban Oasis 2012 - Living RoomLiving Room

Floor-to-ceiling windows in the living room provide stunning views of Miami Beach and the bay, further inspiring the room’s color palette of blues and greens.

Urban Oasis 2012 - TerraceTerrace

An eight-foot terrace overlooking the Biscayne Bay is the perfect place for entertaining guests or relaxing year round.

Urban Oasis 2012 - Master BedroomMaster Bedroom

The master bedroom is truly one-of-a-kind with an eye-catching rustic wooden wall treatment, canopy bed, bubble ceiling sconce, French hotel-style linens and a hand-loomed area rug. And you can’t forget those floor-to-ceiling windows that look right out to the water.

Urban Oasis 2012 - Master BathroomMaster Bathroom

The spa-style master bathroom is simply an elegant continuation of the bedroom with a contemporary furniture-style vanity covered in matte marble. Glass subway tile creates a stunning backsplash above the vanity and acts as an accent in the spacious shower.

Urban Oasis 2012 - Guest BedroomGuest Bedroom

Guests will be more than happy to reside in this tranquil retreat during their stay. The suite comes with a lounge area overlooking the water, full bathroom and walk-in closet. They may never want to leave!

So, are you just as blown away as I am by these contemporary, beachfront digs? Tell us your take on Urban Oasis 2012 below.

And don’t forget to enter twice daily (once on HGTV.com and once on FrontDoor.com) for your chance to win this home for yourself!

27 Responses

  1. DianaON-LongBeach,NY says:

    just entered to win it, then looked at it. (now probably will win….and sell it fast) Oh, Vern. Wassup with the not 1 but 3 porcelain urns etc outside the elevator? even the wood and carpet textures can't keep it feeling like a restroom… and the front hall- what kind of a doorstop?- no, it's a leather covered "bench"- looks an old radiator on a diet- go ahead, put down yours keys, woops, fell thru….
    Like the water relection in the artwork, BUT the leaves are done, done ….argh- they're in the bedroom, too.
    The kitchen is cool….or should I say cold, BRRR! open to brrr- living. Well, it's ready for a color…even TAN! Cannot take any more.
    Just am not liking it, Vern. I am shocked, too. The NYC tiny but truly well done habitat last year, had me set up for ….what you CAN do.

  2. DianaON-LongBeach,NY says:

    u can use the sharktooths (art) as one of the chainsaws needed here.

  3. Pompup says:

    Everyone has the same question ? Hoa fee's and do they have a no pet policy?

  4. Karen says:

    What awesome views and I could live on the terrace/1

  5. myvacationmiami says:

    I like art post on
    furnished apartments Miami
    , thanks for sharing

  6. What's most impressive about these rooms is that they almost take you to a whole other place. It's easy to forget that, technically, you're still in the middle of one of the busiest cities in the world.

  7. When you look at Miami that way and in those weather conditions, it definitely looks every bit an urban oasis. Just remember to batten down the hatches once storm season rolls in though and you should be fine.

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