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Sales Launch at Olara, a West Palm Beach Waterfront Development, from $2 Million; In NoMad, CetraRuddy-Designed Rose Hill Lists Last Available Penthouse for $13 Million

By: Ameena Walker

Miami Beach’s Boutique Twenty-Nine Indian Creek Development Launches Sales from $2.5 Million 

Sales have launched for Twenty-Nine Indian Creek, a boutique seven-story building taking shape in Miami Beach’s Faena District at the intersection of Indian Creek Drive and Collins Avenue. The project is being helmed by JMH Development with architecture by Urban Robot and will feature just 11 private residences that will include eight three-bedroom condominiums, one full-floor penthouse, and two townhouses. 

Residences at the art deco-style building will span from 1,750 to 4,800 square feet, with sweeping floor-to-ceiling windows that give view to Downtown Miami and Biscayne Bay; chef’s kitchens with custom cabinetry and Miele appliances; spa-like bathrooms with dual vanities; and spacious terraces. Townhomes will feature 18-foot, double-height great rooms and private terraces with landscaped gardens and summer kitchens. 

Construction is set to break ground in spring 2023, with completion expected by early 2025. Prices range from $2.5 million to $10 million.

In NoMad, CetraRuddy-Designed Rose Hill Lists Last Available Penthouse for $13 Million 

Rose Hill, the art deco-inspired condo tower by Rockefeller Group in Manhattan’s NoMad neighborhood, has listed its last available penthouse for $12.995 million. Penthouse B spans 2,610 square feet across two floors, with two bedrooms, three bathrooms, two fireplaces, and a 613-square-foot private terrace. Interiors boast ceilings that soar 13 feet high, rusticated hardwood floors, and hardware with bronze finishes. The kitchen is bedecked with honed Calacatta marble countertops and custom woodwork, while bathrooms showcase radiant-heated floors in dark veined marble.

Aside from Penthouse B, 11 of the building’s 123 residences remain available for purchase, ranging from a 600-square-foot studio for $1.585 million to a three-bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom abode asking $5.965 million.

Sales Launch at Olara, a West Palm Beach Waterfront Development, from $2 Million

Olara—the two-building, Arquitectonica-designed development rising 28 stories along West Palm Beach’s waterfront North Flagler Drive—has officially launched sales on its 275 luxury residences. Prices for the two- to four-bedroom-plus-den homes start at $2 million, and a limited collection of penthouse homes, with some featuring private rooftop decks, will also be available for an undisclosed amount.

Olara’s homes were designed to be bright and airy, with an abundance of natural light flowing in from floor-to-ceiling windows. The European-style gourmet kitchens tout white matte lacquer cabinetry, honed Volakas marble countertops, and appliances by Gaggenau. The spa-inspired primary bathrooms feature custom floor-standing oak vanities with Breccia Capraia marble and white marble floors.

With nearly 80,000 square feet of amenities planned for Olara, residents can enjoy everything from an open-air yoga deck and regeneration spa to a resort-style swimming pool with poolside cabanas and a multimedia lounge. There’s also a private marina on the Intracoastal Waterway, as well as a bevy of personalized services that include a concierge, 24-hour private security, and in-home dining offerings.

Olara will break ground early this year, and completion is slated for late 2026.

Flatiron House Home with Outdoor Loggia Asks $13 Million

A four-bedroom, four-bathroom apartment at the COOKFOX Architects-designed Flatiron House has hit the market, seeking $13 million. Residence 20A offers nearly 3,200 square feet of interior space with floor-to-ceiling windows that provide 360-degree views of Downtown Manhattan. While its direct elevator entry, custom kitchen, and elegant bathrooms are impressive, it’s the 222-square-foot landscaped and self-irrigated outdoor loggia that makes it distinct from other Flatiron homes. The future owner of Residence 20A will also enjoy the building’s lush garden, outdoor fitness terrace, and game room.

Miami’s Arte Surfside Officially Sells Out at Nearly $225 Million

Arte Surfside, the luxe 12-story oceanfront development along Miami’s Collins Avenue, has officially sold out all 16 of its exclusive residences for a grand total of nearly $225 million, Profile Miami reports. The sellout follows the closing of Residence 201, the building’s last available listing, which was once owned by Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner, for $17 million. The six-bedroom home included furniture by Italian architect Antonio Citterio (though it sold unfurnished) and is highlighted by its pristine ocean views and more than 1,480 square feet of private outdoor space.