Miami’s skyline is punctuated with architectural marvels, and within the soaring heights of these structures lie some of the most extravagant penthouses that redefine luxury living. Let’s take a peek into the epitome of opulence with Miami’s most luxurious penthouses.
Philippe Starck’s ICON Building Marvel: 450 Alton Road PH1 – $47.5 Million
Situated atop the iconic Philippe Starck designed ICON building in Miami Beach’s South of 5th neighborhood, this tri-level penthouse is a true masterpiece of luxury. With six bedrooms and seven and a half baths, the pièce de résistance is the 11,000-square foot private rooftop oasis. A double-decker terrace, complete with a saltwater pool, lounge areas, BBQ space, and panoramic views of Downtown Miami and Miami Beach, sets this penthouse apart. Interiors are adorned with impeccable furnishings, two family rooms, two wine cellars, a bar, spacious bedrooms, sleek bathrooms, and parking for up to six vehicles. Listed at $47.5 million by Liz Hogan and Stephanie Roy with Compass, this penthouse is a testament to lavish living.
Echo Brickell’s Duplex Marvel: 1451 Brickell Ave #PH56 – $36.9 Million
Designed by Uruguayan architect Carlos Ott, this duplex penthouse spanning the entire 56th and 57th floor of the Echo Brickell building is a radiant gem. Priced at $36.9 million, this five-bedroom, seven and a half bath penthouse boasts 28-foot ceilings, a living green wall, an indoor pool, and 360-degree captivating views. The primary suite features a midnight bar, a luxurious bathroom, and a designer closet within a glass box. Wellness is at its peak with a fitness studio, cardio room, sauna, and access to building amenities, including a vanishing-edge swimming pool with breathtaking views. Chad Carroll with The Carroll Group at Compass presents this ultramodern palace in the sky.
Four Seasons Surfside Oasis: 9111 Collins Ave N721 – $33 Million
The turnkey oceanfront residence at The Surf Club Four Seasons offers a blend of old-world charm and modern Tulum vibes. With four bedrooms and four bathrooms, the 5,321-square feet interiors and over 2,000-square feet of balcony space are designed by Richard Meier and Greenauer Design Group. The oceanfront penthouse features a wave-shaped concrete bar, a hidden shower behind botanical-themed powder rooms, and a fully equipped German kitchen. Listed at $33 million by Jaclyn Bild and Joyce Gato with Douglas Elliman, this residence provides unparalleled services and amenities connected to The Four Seasons Surf Club.
Exclusive Living at 57 Ocean: 5775 Collins Ave, PH-2 – $29.75 Million
At 57 Ocean, the exclusive Penthouse II, redefines beachfront inspirational living. Combining three residences seamlessly, this penthouse offers six suites, seven baths, staff quarters, and over 6,400 square-feet of contemporary glamour. Priced at $29.75 million, it features a state-of-the-art star-lit movie theater, a club room with an Art-Deco bar, and expansive terraces with an entertainment deck, plunge pool, and summer kitchen. Dina Goldentayer with Douglas Elliman presents this masterpiece, offering resort-style amenities and highly coveted views.
Zaha Hadid’s Sky Mansion: 1000 Biscayne Blvd, #5501 – $25 Million
The penthouse residence at Zaha Hadid’s One Thousand Museum is a sky mansion spanning 9,200-square feet, listed at $25 million. With five bedrooms, staff quarters, and six and a half bathrooms, this residence boasts heightened ceilings, large open terraces, a movie room, and sleek waterfront bathrooms. One Thousand Museum offers incredible amenities, including a rooftop helipad, double-height pool area, a full two-room treatment spa, and a sunbathing area. Saddy Abaunza Delgado with ONE Sotheby’s International Realty presents this sought-after penthouse, combining architectural prowess with luxury living.
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