Eighty Seven Park is part of Miami's cultural renaissance and is the first building in the United States designed by famed Pritzker Prize-winning Italian architect Renzo Piano. The stunning construction combines modern poetic vision and old-world engineering to form a gravity-defying elliptical landmark that floats above the North Miami Beach landscape in perfect harmony with nature. 87 Park offers exclusive world-class holistic amenities that complement the exceptional views of the Atlantic Ocean to the east, a 30-acre city park to the south, and private north-facing gardens designed solely for residents. Highly-conscious thought leaders from around the world have had the foresight to invest in this environmentally-synchronized luxury address. Sporting elites, hedge fund managers, and industry luminaries will make their home at Eighty Seven Park's private setting, which sits at the gateway to the city's most sophisticated district.
Titans of design, led by Renzo Piano, have created a pure, fluid atmosphere perfectly synchronized with the natural greenery and water that surrounds Eighty Seven Park in Miami Beach. This one-of-a-kind creation features 16 suspended decks arranged to capture both the light and the sound of the ocean. Sensitive to nature, with just the right scale and density to bring a serene illumination to the 70 condominiums, the wraparound architecture is harmonized by the linear gardens of the property's private park. 87 Park Miami features some of the largest terraces compared to other luxury apartments in Miami. Outdoor spaces total approximately 60% to 90% of the indoor spaces. Unique amenities include an on-site botanist and balconies with master-crafted oblong floors to create unimpeded ocean views. The villas are each a combination of indoor and outdoor living spaces that flow into each other so naturally that they become one. An organic lobby connects the public park and private gardens, providing residents with spectacular scenery that is second to none in Miami.
The intense interest surrounding Eighty Seven Park from the moment of its announced conception stems from its unique status as the leader of a luxury revolution. Just as Art Basel jump-started the Miami movement away from sand and surf into art and sophistication, Eighty Seven Park has moved the city forward again into homes that provide serene natural retreats catering to the best elements of the body and mind. Forbes, Architectural Digest, and Billionaire.com have all featured the property in magazine spreads, and it has attracted world-renowned sports celebrities, investment bankers, and top-level change makers interested in a serene living experience that allows for the alignment of holistic living with sumptuous amenities, a cosmopolitan neighborhood, and breathtaking natural vistas.
Locals looking for a new home away from the noisier beaches but still close to the happening nightlife, along with international buyers from larger cities who want a relaxing escape are among Eighty Seven Park's upcoming residents. High-end buyers are attracted to its uniquely secluded status that includes a private park created to ensure that no new construction will ever block the spectacular ocean views, something rarely seen among other area developments. This unprecedented level of privacy and tranquility, combined with limited availability in a highly sought-after residence, offers buyers unparalleled investment value in both Miami Beach and the forward-thinking holistic design at 87 Park.
Architect Renzo Piano's childhood on Genoa's beaches inspired the crystalline vibe of the condominiums at 87 Park, and the Atlantic Ocean backdrop where residents can watch the sun rise each morning perfectly reflects this tone. Nestled among North Shore Park and exclusively designed greenways, the villas provide a peaceful getaway right in the heart of the city. Located on Collins Ave close to Bal Harbour shopping with views of the Miami skyline, these 'homes in the sky' afford residents refined elegance within a stone's throw of all that Miami has to offer.
World-class service and selection define life at 87 Park Miami. Five-star amenities include an outdoor juice bar, a library, a full-service salon, on-site butler and concierge services, a children's play area, a full-time botanist, a gym and spa, a fugo bar, two swimming pools, private orchards, and more.
The proven health benefits of living among wellness-minded people and amidst the purity of nature are well-documented, and 87 Park offers an abundance of both. Terra President Mr. Martin states that the upcoming Soul Center Spa debuting in 2019 will have an on-site nutritionist, wellness coaching, and
The Eighty Seven Park complex features a full-time on-site botanist to help spread the green lifestyle, and the reflecting pool offers a spot for quiet contemplation. Warm elegance permeates throughout the building, providing a community that is both intimate and private. Residents come together for catered wine tastings, socializing on the communal deck, and book club meetings in the building's own library featuring bestselling selections and custom-curated content.
While serenity abounds at Eighty Seven Park, the community is located at the entry point to North Miami Beach's thriving social scene. Just 10 minutes north along Collins Avenue are Bal Harbour's famous shops that feature preeminent fashion and design venues along with amazing restaurants and beauty, art, and style events. The spa resorts and celebrated dining establishments that dot the southern route towards Normandy Isles are an excellent stopping off point on the way to the vibrant glamour of South Beach, located just 20 minutes away.
It is a uniquely conceived and designed building. The architects are not only world-renowned but in 56 Leonard they have brought something special to Tribeca that adds so much to the neighborhood's culture and history. To complete the rest of Henry Ford's famous sentence, "What matters is the history we make today" and that is precisely what Herzog & de Meuron have done; they have made new architectural history.
The development is a real home to many of New York's wealthy inhabitants as well as some of the world's business celebrities, rather than primarily a vacant collection of pieds-à-terre. Its location and the benefits its design deliver to its residents make it an obvious choice and one we highly recommend.
Designed by Parisian architect Joseph Durand, this historic Surfside complex at 9101 Collins Ave includes the famous 1930's era Surf Club that is flanked by two adjacent residential luxury towers. Soaring over the buildings is the 77-room Four Seasons Hotel with magnificent views of Biscayne Bay.
Completed in 2016, with an architectural flair that owes much to being the first-ever residential project branded by Fendi, the fluid movement design of the building is a collaboration with Arquitectonica. Located at 9349 Collins Ave, it features a unique indoor-outdoor health and wellness facility.
A bit north sit the tri-towers at 9701 Collins Ave which rise 42 vertical feet into the air and light up the street with their bronze-tinted glass reflections. Twenty-seven stories of private flow-through homes that were developed by Starwood Hotels in 2011 afford amazing Intracoastal, full ocean, and downtown Miami views. The resident restaurant features the culinary artistry of famed master chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten.
This glistening glass high-rise at 10201 Collins Ave is on sight of the former Bal Harbour Beach Club and showcases a twin-story tower also designed by Arquitectonica, with nearby access to the famous shops of Bal Harbour.