The historic Shore Club along Collins Avenue on Miami Beach, was designed by Albert Anis and completed in 1949. This three-acre playground in the sand is known all over the world. Now the Shore Club’s exciting future as a gem of South Beach for the next century takes a major step forward with the launch of The Shoreclub Private Collection, 49 residences designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects including a new 200-foot-tall oceanfront tower from the legendary architect that is his nautical-inspired spin on the area’s iconic MiMo (Miami Modern) architecture. These residences, marketed exclusively by Douglas Elliman Development Marketing, start at approximately $6 million.
Developed by Witkoff and Monroe Capital, the historic Shore Club is being reinvented as a boutique 5-star resort by Auberge Resorts Collection. Designed by Bryan O’Sullivan Studio, Shoreclub will include 75 suites. The Shoreclub Private Collection residences will be serviced by Auberge but will offer privacy and seclusion within the 5-star resort.
The residences of The Shoreclub Private Collection are divided between a more boutique low-rise building with expansive floor-plans, and a connected views-focused tower. Here, The Cromwell, an Art Deco building completed in 1939 that was later combined with the Shore Club’s campus, will be transformed into a discreet private entrance for residents that will also house four duplex residences on its upper floors. The 18-story rounded tower is composed of three staggered tiers that yield vast undulating terraces, with no two floor-plans exactly alike. RAMSA teamed up with Miami-based Kobi Karp Architecture & Interior Design to work on the project.
Interior spaces will make use of materials found on classic yachts, including rich woods like mahogany and oak; nickel, brass accents, and other light metalwork; swooping walls and arched windows.
The Shoreclub Private Collection will feature a unique 6,000-square-foot single-family beach house. Designed by RAMSA, this beachfront property will enjoy all the services and amenities of the Shoreclub Private Collection and Auberge.
Residents will have access to the discreet porte-cochere entrance and exclusive pool, a private world-class fitness center, library, lounge, and other amenities. Auberge Resorts Collection’s famous service will also extend to the residences with numerous in-home offerings, as well as access to Auberge’s world-class spa, beach club and culinary experiences, including a signature restaurant, poolside café and bar with dedicated cabana service, double-height café and bar leading to an outdoor lounge, and more.
Lush botanical gardens with native plantings designed by Island Planning Corporation unite the two historic buildings and new elements into one cohesive resort, while dividing private amenities from those open to resort guests.
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