A piece of the Mediterranean in Miami—that’s what Italian architect Antonio Citterio had in mind when he designed this exclusive oceanfront condominium development, his first project in the United States.
When the Common Space Comes With Curated Art
More than ever, curated art collections with pieces by museum-worthy names are being offered as a lifestyle complement to discerning residents.
These New Developments Are Designed With Wellness in Mind
Amenities like a Himalayan salt room, crystal healing sessions, and in-house meditation experts are just a few of the new offerings taking luxury residential developments to the frontier of wellness.
Exploring Miami’s Maritime-Inspired Condominiums
Between the miles of sandy beaches, the sparkling azure waters of the Atlantic Ocean or Biscayne Bay, the sailing regattas and yacht shows, and the pristinely landscaped pools, the year-round waterfront-retreat atmosphere of Miami beckons to an international elite.
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Mr. C Residences Coconut Grove is the first residential development for Italian hospitality company Cipriani, and this sleek new waterfront tower is bringing old-world hospitality and European glamour to Miami’s most historic neighborhood.
Mr. C Residences Coconut Grove
Coconut Grove, Miami
With a waterfront location directly on Biscayne Bay, a multitiered silhouette by renowned architecture firm Arquitectonica, and glamorous interiors by French designer Jean-Louis Deniot, Elysee is a bold newcomer to one of Miami’s fastest-developing neighborhoods. Its height alone makes this luxury condominium development stand out—it’s the tallest residential tower in Edgewater.
Designed by Miami architect Luis Revuelta and Italian architect Massimo Iosa Ghini, Brickell Flatiron is a new landmark—and not just because it’s Miami’s tallest residential development. The soaring glass tower has a distinctive silhouette, slender but curvy (belying its triangular, flatiron-like base) so that it appears fluid, almost wind-blown.
An icon on an iconic avenue—this was the idea behind 57 Ocean Miami Beach, an oceanfront condominium development on a historic stretch of the Atlantic known as Millionaires’ Row.