European-Styled Monaco Yacht Club And Residences Gets TCO, Begins Closings In Miami Beach

Monaco Yacht Club & Residences. Designed by Arquitectonica.

The Monaco Yacht Club & Residences, a new nautically-themed, 12-story  boutique bay front residential building and private marina, has received its temporary certificate of occupancy (TCO), signaling the start of closings. The 137-foot-tall development is located at 6800 Indian Creek Drive in the North Beach section of Miami Beach, bound by Biscayne Bay on the west. Designed by world-renown architect Arquitectonica and developed by Optimum Asset Management USA, the European-style property yields just 39 luxurious waterfront residences delivered fully finished with curated interiors by esteemed architect Piero Lissoni. Sales and marketing is being handled by Fortune Development Sales, with units priced from $1.1 million.

Monaco Yacht Club & Residences. Photo courtesy of Optimum Asset Management USA.

“Seeing Monaco Yacht Club & Residences come to fruition and receive TCO is an especially proud moment,” said Matthew Barry, Managing Director of Optimum Asset Management USA. “The global response to the tower has been nothing short of compelling and a testament to its international appeal. We are thrilled to be showcasing this building to the world and celebrating the continued excitement surrounding its unveiling.” 

With a coveted location on one of the last remaining waterfront properties in the area, Monaco Yacht Club & Residences has introduced a new dimension in sophisticated European design and elegant, waterfront living synonymous with the French Riviera to Miami Beach. Each of the modern unit interiors were meticulously curated with precise attention to detail, inclusive of the refined Italian-made fixtures and finishes, while a design palette of warm whites and rich woods was used for the lobby and the premier “Resident’s Lounge,” which features a library and breakfast bar for leisurely waterfront dining.

Monaco Yacht Club & Residences. Photo courtesy of Optimum Asset Management USA.

“The DNA of the Côte d’Azur is reflected in every single design element of Monaco Yacht Club & Residences, giving residents the unique opportunity to live the one-of-a-kind South of France lifestyle,” said Edgardo Defortuna, president and CEO of Fortune International Group, the exclusive brokerage of the project. “We have a lot of excited residents that we cannot wait to welcome and celebrate the very best Miami Beach has to offer.” 

In addition to announcing this milestone, Optimum Asset Management USA has disclosed that only two residences remain – including a two-bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom, plus den, villa with direct marina access and boat slip — as the tower rapidly approaches a complete sell-out. Steadfast sales have been attributed to its tranquil and exclusive Bayfront setting; large, airy offerings; and one-of-a-kind waterfront amenities such as its own private marina, that up the ante on luxury and convenience.

Monaco Yacht Club & Residences. Designed by Arquitectonica.

Units come in one to four-bedroom floor plans, generously spanning in the range of 918 to nearly 5,000 square feet, and there are two one-of-a-kind penthouses with spacious living areas, private terraces and summer kitchens.  Each residence features expansive wrap-around terraces – each with sweeping views of Biscayne Bay, the Atlantic Ocean and the Miami skyline – and modern-contemporary Italian kitchens by Boffi.  Additional highlights within the residences include stone countertops, 10 to 11-foot-high ceilings throughout, large walk-in closets, private elevator entrances, and premium bathroom interiors featuring imported Italian marble flooring, large tubs and frameless, glass-enclosed rainfall showers with designer faucets.

Well-proportioned living rooms framed by floor-to-ceiling glass and sweeping bay, ocean and city skyline views. Courtesy of Monaco Yacht Club & Residences.

Master Bathroom. Courtesy of Monaco Yacht Club & Residences.

Bedroom. Courtesy of Monaco Yacht Club & Residences.

Views of Miami’s skyline and Biscayne Bay. Courtesy of Monaco Yacht Club & Residences.

Residents will now have access to a myriad of resort-style amenities, including a breathtaking rooftop terrace featuring panoramic views of the Miami skyline and a pool with poolside chaise lounge chairs, Jacuzzi and shaded lounge areas with a grill for entertaining.  Offering the best of a yachtsman’s lifestyle, a 12-slip marina is exclusively available to residents of Monaco Yacht Club & Residences, as well as a yachting concierge and other waterfront amenities such as paddle boarding and kayaking.

Rooftop pool and sun deck with plush chaise lounges. Courtesy of Monaco Yacht Club & Residences.

Côte d’Azur-inspired reception and lobby areas, curated by Lissoni®. Courtesy of Monaco Yacht Club & Residences.

Floor-to-ceiling windows in the double-height lobby frame sweeping views of the Intracoastal and private marina. Courtesy of Monaco Yacht Club & Residences.

Monaco Yacht Club & Residences. Designed by Arquitectonica.

Monaco Yacht Club & Residences. Photo from Google Maps. (December 2021)

Construction completed at the end of 2021. Moss Construction was the general contractor.

“It has been an honor to be part of the construction of this amazing architectural gem,” said Brett Atkinson, President of South Florida for Moss Construction, the tower’s general contractor. “It was a pleasure to work with Optimum Asset Management USA; we could not have reached TCO without our experienced subcontractors and suppliers.”

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