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.
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Globally renowned designer Giorgio Armani brings his design aesthetic to his first-ever residential development in the US at Residences by Armani/Casa in Sunny Isles. The 60-story oceanfront tower is the pinnacle of opulence, home to 308 units, ranging from two- to four-bedroom condos and oceanfront duplex bungalows with private outdoor spaces that open directly onto the pristine beach.
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Sunny Isles Beach, Miami
Designed by Arquitectonica and Urban Robot Associates, the tower will include luxury condominium residences, condo-hotel residences, hotel rooms, and office condos—all fully furnished and specifically designed for what developer Keith Menin calls “a hybrid hospitality and residential experience.”
Downtown Miami, Miami
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.