Updated: May 23, 2019
The Miami skyline has undoubtedly transformed in recent years but judging from the current swarm of cranes littered throughout our skies and a slew of recently announced projects, its evolution is still very much fluid.
1. One Thousand Museum
The highly anticipated Zaha Hadid project is on its completing stage. The development is looking to transform high-rises in the city with a futuristic feel and unique exoskeleton.
Miami's Paramount on its way to becoming an incredible urban experience. The amenity game will be changed forever once this development open it doors as it offering residents the most amenities in the world.
3. Monad Terrace
Monad Terrace will be the first condominium residence to be built above updated flood and sea level elevations. Atelier Jean Nouvel has applied a practical awareness of our changing climate to the project - seamlessly engineering environmental responsibility and innovative climate resilience features into the building architecture.
4. The Estates at Acqualina
The lobby of The Estates at Acqualina is a tour de force of contemporary design conceived by the inimitable Karl Lagerfeld. Drawing on influences from the diverse worlds of contemporary art, historic architecture and Art Deco patterns, Karl Lagerfeld’s design juxtaposes these elements with centerpieces incorporating flowers and fountains to create an atmosphere at once lush and elegant.
5. Eighty Seven Park
Developed in collaboration with master architect and Pritzker Prize laureate Renzo Piano, Eighty Seven Park blurs the line between imagination and knowledge. At the edge of the city, Eighty Seven Park is more than a building, it’s a landmark.
6. Aston Martin Residences
Situated on one of the last parcels of Miami waterfront property to be developed, the Aston Martin Residences at 300 Biscayne Boulevard Way is a symphony of curvilinear glass and steel, soaring 66 storeys into the sky. A select few residences will comprise the most breath-taking penthouses - including the jewel in the crown, one superb triplex condominium.
7. 57 Ocean
On the sands of Millionaire’s Row, Miami’s most beautiful and exclusive strip of beachfront, sits 57 Ocean. Award-winning Arquitectonica has partnered with world-class designers to create a residence that is in complete harmony with its surroundings. Every aspect of the design—including the use of materials, the soft undulating facade, the flow of its interiors—is in constant dialogue with the sea.
8. Una Residences
From a distance, the iconic 47- story tower is recognizable by its smooth, light-metallic surface and striking sillhouette that recalls the natural shape of a wave. This thoughtfuI cantilevered detail maximizes views in every direction, from the city skyline to the Atlantic ocean and Biscayne Bay.
9. Yotel Pad
Yotel Pad is breaking sales records in Downtown Miami, with Chinese & Mexican buyers dominating. ⠀ Perfect investment opportunity. With leaseback program for 2 years, where a rent of 8% of the value of the purchase price is paid to the owner. 75 percent of units have now been sold. Completion scheduled for early 2021.
Inspired by the spirit of Coconut Grove’s first botanical pioneer, The Fairchild Coconut Grove, is an organic collaboration between local architect, Max Strang, and celebrated interior designer, Rafael de Cárdenas. The Fairchild Coconut Grove is a collection of 26 exceptional waterfront residences with sublime indoor and outdoor amenities, located directly on Biscayne Bay, in the very quiet and private Coconut Grove neighborhood of Glencoe.