Spec Builder Downsizes Ultra-Luxury Projects to a Mere 4,000 Square Feet

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Delray Beach developer Frank McKinney, once a builder of mega-mansions, is thinking small and rolling out micro versions for the ultra-rich.

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  • Chris Mar

    Without pictures or graphics its a design article without design. Smaller floor space does not equate to more value. Typical utility dimensions cannot be reduced and larger amounts of rare materials are always exponentially more expensive because of scarcity. A larger diamond of the same color, and grade is much more than the multiple of its smaller counterpart. To compare a clock with a watch does not bring significance to the miniaturization as there are very elaborate large scale timepieces and clockworks that are extremely costly and cannot be reduced in size without reducing the artistic function. The only reason that more of something is cheaper per unit is because of bulk discount, in shipping costs. Kindly, let us take a visual look at what should be an interesting take on smaller luxury units.

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