Demolition Work Progresses At 5333 Collins Avenue For The Perigon’s Future Site In Miami Beach

The Perigon - Hero. Credit: Binyan Studios.

Demolition work continues to progress at the site of The Perigon, a 17-story luxury oceanfront condominium developed jointly by Mast Capital and Starwood Capital Group, located at 5333 Collins Avenue in Miami Beach. Designed by OMA with interior design by Tara Bernerd & Partners, the 213-foot-tall structure will offer 73 ultra-luxury residences, ranging from 2,100 to 6,700 square feet, in addition to eight private guest suites exclusively for residents. Groundbreaking for this project is expected in early 2024; Moss Construction is the general contractor.

Recent photos from the demolition site at 5333 Collins Avenue reveal sections of the former 15-story La Costa condo, which previously comprised 120 units, already dismantled. This activity marks the initial steps in clearing space for the construction of the new condominium. Heavy machinery, such as long-reach excavators and demolition cranes, are methodically deconstructing the remaining structure.

Demolition work at 5333 Collins Avenue. Credit: Mast Capital.

Demolition work at 5333 Collins Avenue. Credit: Mast Capital.

Debris from the demolition is being sorted and removed from the site, ensuring that the location is thoroughly cleared and prepped for the future luxury complex. The precise dismantling of the structure suggests meticulous planning, aiming to minimize disruption to the surrounding area while making significant progress.

Demolition work at 5333 Collins Avenue. Credit: Mast Capital.

Demolition work at 5333 Collins Avenue. Credit: Mast Capital.

Below is an image of the former La Costa condo from April 2019.

La Costa in April 2019. Photo from Google Maps.

Situated along a tranquil stretch of sand between Indian Creek and the Atlantic Ocean, condo units at The Perigon Miami Beach will feature spacious floor plans with 10-foot ceilings, 10- to 12-foot wraparound terraces offering expansive water views, and custom Italian kitchens equipped with Sub-Zero Wolf appliances. Resort-style amenities include a resident-only waterfront restaurant and speakeasy bar by Michelin-starred Chef Shaun Hergatt, landscaping by Gustafson Porter+Bowman, a private beach club, an oceanfront swimming pool and spa, a terraced fitness center, a wine room and garden, and a breakfast terrace.

The Perigon – Kitchen. Credit: Binyan Studios.

The Perigon – Living Room. Credit: The Boundary.

The Perigon – Kitchen. Credit: The Boundary.

OMA’s architectural design of the 213-foot-tall structure presents a harmonious blend of interlocking volumes that ascend to varying heights. Each segment boasts bold, curvilinear terraces that gracefully extend towards the oceanfront, offering expansive views of the Atlantic. These terraces not only enhance the visual connection to the water but also optimize sight-lines of Biscayne Bay and the Miami skyline from across Miami Beach.

The Perigon. Credit: Binyan Studios.

The design elegantly elevates the building’s mass, merging it into a cohesive superstructure that appears to hover delicately above the ground. This elevated stance opens the ground-level spaces for more extensive garden areas, emphasizing the building’s light footprint and connection to the landscape. The individual tower volumes exhibit a thoughtful interplay of forms, where the fluidity of rounded edges contrasts with the precision of orthogonal angles, accentuating their architectural dialogue. Committed to environmental sustainability, the building’s design is poised to achieve LEED Gold certification, signifying a gold standard in green building practices upon completion.

The Perigon – Aerial. Credit: Binyan Studios.

With prices starting at $4.25 million, completion of The Perigon is slated for 2026. Douglas Elliman Development Marketing is handling sales and marketing exclusively.

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1 Comment on "Demolition Work Progresses At 5333 Collins Avenue For The Perigon’s Future Site In Miami Beach"

  1. Top rendering makes it appear so small, then you scroll down and see the final rendering and wow!

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