The world’s wealthiest and most powerful people are flocking to South Florida in order to pour money into Miami’s most exclusive neighborhoods and suburbs. With the demand for ultra-luxury residences at an all-time high, developers are introducing clever new concepts to attract home buyers who want true South Florida living. What that comes down to are waterfront development and branded residential towers that offer one-of-a-kind culinary experiences, oceanfront lifestyles and everything-in-one communities.
From West Palm Beach all the way down to the shores of Miami Beach, these developments re-envision elevated South Florida living in ways that have never been done before.
Bentley Residences – the first-ever Bentley-branded residential tower – is a 62-story building in Miami’s Sunny Isles Beach neighborhood.
It is expected to offer 216 luxury condominiums and exclusive amenities such as a whiskey and cigar lounge, spa, cinema, cabanas, restaurant with private dining, state-of-the-art vehicle elevators, all glass, in-house garages, to keep residents’ Bentleys out of the elements, and much more.
Cipriani Residences Miami
The 80-story condo tower Cipriani Residences Miami will rise above Miami’s Financial District to offer stunning views of the Brickell neighborhood, Biscayne Bay and Simpson Park. These first ground-up Cipriani residences in the U.S. are designed by Bernardo Fort-Brescia of Arquitectonica. The homes will feature 10-foot ceilings, floor-to-ceiling glass windows, private outdoor spaces, curved lines, generous walk-in closets, separate standalone laundry rooms, smart-home technology and custom finishes.
Interiors designed by 1508 London, are an accurate interpretation of the Cipriani brand, which is recognized for its sophisticated style, world-class service and four generations of history and tradition that go back to the launch of Harry’s Bar in 1931 in Venice. Completion is expected for 2026.
West Palm Beach’s most alluring development Olara will offer resort-inspired amenities, effortless hospitality and service and an exclusive, luxurious lifestyle with views of the Intracoastal Waterway, Palm Beach Island and Atlantic Ocean. Designed by award-winning architecture firm Arquitectonica, the 26-story luxury condominium tower will include 275 two-to four-bedroom plus den residences. Interiors are designed by Gabellini Sheppard Associates.
Residents will enjoy access to over 80,000 square feet of amenity space at Olara, 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, a residents lounge, waterfront veranda with grills and fire pits, co-working space and more.
Located along the tranquil stretch of sand between the Indian Creek and the Atlantic Ocean, The Perigon will feature 73 ultra-luxury condominiums ranging from 2,100 to 6,700 square feet along with eight private guest suites for residents only. With architecture by OMA and interiors by Tara Bernerd, these spacious two- to four- bedroom residences floor plans are thoughtfully curated with 10-foot ceilings, 10- to 12- foot wraparound terraces, and custom Italian kitchens fitted with a suite of Sub-Zero Wolf appliances.
The Perigon will also be home to an array of hotel-style amenities, such as a resident-only waterfront restaurant and speakeasy bar, a conservatory with a daily breakfast bar, a sunrise lounge and terrace, an oceanfront swimming pool and spa, and a terraced fitness center. Prices start at $4.15M, and competition is expected in 2026.
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