The Faena District, which is located beachside along Miami’s Collins Avenue, is quickly becoming one of South Florida’s must-visit neighborhoods, featuring an explosive mixture of arts, shopping, and nightlife venues. This buzzing hub for creative endeavors also serves as the backdrop to modern luxury living – with developers working around the iconic Art Deco architecture to bring a variety of upscale residences ranging from branded complexes to developments designed by some of today’s most renowned architects.
Check out these new, highly-anticipated developments arriving soon in the Faena District.
Twenty-Nine Indian Creek
Twenty-Nine Indian Creek is a luxury collection of condo and townhome residences in Miami’s hottest neighborhood, the Faena District. This retro-reimagined residential concept offers 11 private residences with striking views of Downtown Miami and Biscayne Bay. Renowned firm Urban Robot created architecture, interiors and landscaping for the boutique residential concept. The seven-story building will offer eight three-bedroom residences and one sprawling full-floor penthouse with an expansive wraparound terrace and panoramic views. The site is home to a 1930s Art Deco building that has been blocked from public view for nearly 60 years but will be restored by JMH Development and transformed into two sprawling townhomes. Residents will enjoy a palm-tree shaded pool deck as well as direct access to a dedicated beach club. The building’s Art Deco-inspired, geometrical design is complemented by lush landscaping with terraced walls and cascading greenery, water features, and a natural color palette, creating an instant sense of serenity.
Rosewood Residences Miami Beach
Miami Beach’s iconic hotel, The Raleigh, has partnered with Rosewood Hotels & Resorts and renowned real estate development firm SHVO to create the Rosewood Residences Miami Beach. Adjacent to The Raleigh, the newly constructed 17-story oceanfront tower includes 44 units. Inspired by Peter Marino’s architectural commissions for Chanel, the tower’s façade features white columns and black frames that create movement while prioritizing large windows for bringing in light, air, and ocean views. The interiors boast a calm neutral palette with hand-painted millwork, and noble stones with impeccable detailing. The residences are accessible via private porte-cochere and two dedicated residential lobbies featuring art and furnishings curated by Peter Marino.
Aman Miami Beach Residences
Branded by Aman Resorts, Aman Miami Beach Residences will occupy an iconic Art Deco tower – and the former site of the Versailles Hotel – on the beaches of Mid-Beach. The hotel concept is undergoing a meticulous restoration by John Michel Gathy of Denniston which will re-establish the site as a visual landmark. The new standalone residence-only building will offer just 22 inimitable private homes with ocean views designed by Kengo Kuma and will provide direct beach access, services of a comprehensive Aman Spa and nightly dining and entertainment in several new venues.
Shore Club Private Collection
Robert A.M. Stern Architects collaborated with Miami-based Kobi Karp Architecture & Interior Design on The Shore Club Private Collection. It is home to a limited collection of 49 curated residences on three acres. The Shore Club Private Collection is divided between a more boutique low-rise building and a connected views-focused tower. The Cromwell, an Art Deco building that combined with the Shore Club’s campus, is being preserved and transformed into a discreet private entrance for residents that will also house four duplex residences on its upper floors. Drawing inspiration from the ocean’s waves and filled with nautical and yachting references, the 18-story rounded tower creates an iconic silhouette on the Miami Beach skyline and is composed of three staggered tiers that yield vast undulating terraces, with no two floor plans exactly alike. RAMSA collaborated with Miami-based Kobi Karp Architecture & Interior Design on the project.
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