As South Florida’s construction boom continues to advance, developers are becoming more and more creative in their product offerings, incorporating notable brands with world-class design from the most renown architectural firms, exclusive amenities, lavish custom interiors from the most prestigious interior design firms, and most importantly – desirable locations with pristine views. In this article, YIMBY will look into four highly awaited, skyline-altering projects expected to break ground in the near future.
The first project on this list is Bentley Residences, a 62-story residential building projected to have over 200 luxury condominiums addressed as 18401 Collins Avenue in Sunny Isles Beach. The 749-foot-tall luxury development is planned to become the tallest on the Sunny Isles Beach oceanfront, and is being developed by Dezer Development in collaboration with Bentley and designed by Sieger Suarez Architects. At that height, residents will have unparalleled views of Biscayne Bay, Miami skyline and the Atlantic Ocean. Below is the latest rendering of the project, depicting the building with its unique diamond pattern facade and cylindrical structural profile.
Bentley Residences will feature a number of state-of-the-art amenities, including a restaurant, cinema, whiskey bar, gym, pool, spa and cigar lounge, and cabanas. With a prime location in Sunny Isles, the development is within walking distance of RK shopping centers and restaurants, and by car – 40 minutes from Miami International Airport, 45 minutes from Downtown Miami, and 50 minutes from the FTX Arena. Bentley Residences will deliver three-bedroom residences priced from $4.125 million; completion is expected in 2026. The sales gallery and first look at a model residence launch his fall
The next project on this list is the 80-story Cipriani Residences Miami, a 940-foot-tall residential tower being developed by Miami-based Mast Capital in an exclusive partnership with Cipriani at 1420 South Miami Avenue to bring the brand’s first-ever ground-up residences to the US. Located in Miami’s thriving Brickell Financial District, the development will harness the essence of the brand, recognized for its distinguished style, world-class service and four generations of history and tradition, to deliver an unprecedented residential lifestyle for the area. Cipriani Residences Miami will deliver 397 one- to four-bedroom residences priced from $1.4 million, with completion expected at the end of 2025. Sales and marketing are exclusively handled by Fortune Development Sales. Accepting reservations and converting to contracts this fall, coinciding with the full sales launch. Arquitectonica is the design architect and ArquitectonicaGEO is the landscape architect.
The third project on this list is a joint venture between Mast Capital and an affiliate of Starwood Capital Group, The Perigon, which is set to rise at 5333 Collins Avenue in Mid Beach, Miami Beach. The developers have assembled a team of the world’s most respected design firms to give life to the latest, ultra-luxury oceanfront condominium on Miami Beach. With architecture by OMA New York and ODP Architecture & Design as the architect of record, elegant interiors by Tara Bernerd, and landscape design by Gustafson Porter+Bowman, the project was conceived as Miami Beach’s premier destination for oceanfront living.
Situated along the tranquil stretch of sand between Indian Creek and the Atlantic Ocean, The Perigon is poised to become one of the most recognizable in the area for its bold, terraced design that rises 213-feet above the shoreline. There will be 72 spacious two- to four-bedroom residences ranging from 2,100 to 6,700 square feet, priced from $4 million. Sales and marketing are exclusively handled by Douglas Elliman Development Marketing, accepting reservations now and fully launching sales this fall
The last project on this list is Ōlara, is a transformative waterfront four-acre new development comprising three towers of 28 stories which will yield 315 premier condominium residences, 170 luxury apartments, a marina and world-class culinary offerings located at 1919 North Flagler Drive in West Palm Beach. Developed by Savanna, a New York City-based real estate firm, the project is launching its condominium component, Ōlara Residences, later this year. The lifestyle was thoughtfully designed to keep mind and body in tune and features a curated suite of wellness-inspired amenities and resort-style experiences bridging East Coast taste with West Palm verve.
The development is designed by Arquitectonica with interiors by Gabellini Sheppard Associates, and is expected to break ground in early 2023. Ōlara Residences will offer one- to four-bedroom residences. There will be over 70,000 square feet of amenity space, including an acclaimed waterfront restaurant, signature state-of-the-art fitness center and spa, two pool areas each specifically dedicated to leisure or swim, marina with boat slips and direct Intracoastal access, dedicated residents lounge, waterfront veranda with grills and fire pits, co-working space and more. Prices are forthcoming. Coming to market this fall
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I hate to say it, but with CLIMATE CHANGE and GLOBAL WARMING here to stay and only getting worse, Greenland glaciers and Antarctic ice shelves are continuing to melt at AN ALARMING RATE. Therefore drastic sea level rise is unavoidable. So at a minimum all of these developments will be partially submerged if not worse, probably by or before 2030.
So developers and architects really need to get smarter about how and where to build, or even if it’s a waste of time and resources to continue building anywhere along the Florida coast.
Instead, they should pool their efforts to build barriers of some sort and elevated structures to mitigate rising seas from inundating the coastline and wreaking havoc.
Pat you are full of it. You think in 7 years this will all be underwater lol
Hey guy— no reason to get nasty about it.
I’m simply a concerned human being. I didn’t say towers would definitely be, and I certainly don’t want developments or towers along the Florida coast or any other coastline to be completely under water by or before 2030.
However, in ALL likelihood, at the very least with sea levels rising around the globe, don’t be shocked when the lower floors of multi-story buildings and lower rise structures ARE inundated and flooded on a more frequent basis as a result of sea level rise over the next few years and beyond.
Whether in Florida or anywhere along the coastal US and beyond. And that’s just the start of it.
So Stop being blind and ignorant about it.
As hurricanes become more powerful, and storm surges become larger with higher waves as a result of higher sea levels, it should be a REAL CONCERN to people in ANY COASTAL community.
Homes, communities, livelihoods and lives will be severely
Affected unless mitigation becomes a PRIORITY. Smarter BUILDING DESIGN, high sea wall construction and other barriers need to be engineered to help stave off or delay or partially reduce the effects of SEA LEVEL RISE on ALL coastal communities for as long as possible.
You and I may not be affected that much in what remains of our lifetimes, but our children and their children certainly will be.