10 Most Exclusive Oceanfront Condos in Miami Beach

10 Most Exclusive Oceanfront Condos in Miami Beach

Sep 26, 2019 September 26, 2019

For anyone accustomed to or looking to live the high-life, a residence is complete only when it offers five-star amenities in an outstanding location with utmost privacy. Now, there are plenty of Miami Beach condos that give access to breathtaking water views, fine sand beaches, a world-class party scene, and raging nightlife. However, there are only a handful of residences that combine that with designer interiors, high-end amenities, and an exclusive lifestyle. Here's our list of the Ten Most Exclusive Oceanfront Condos in Miami Beach that deliver the crème de la crème of beachfront living:

  1. Fontainebleau III Sorrento - 4391 Collins Ave, Mid-Beach

    Average List Price: $1,719/sq. ft.

    Fontainebleu III Sorrento

    Sister development to the legendary Fontainebleau resort, this beachfront condo-hotel emulates the same gold standards in luxury and hospitality. Rising 18 stories along 1,200 feet of white sand beachfront, the mid-rise houses 286 designer-furnished suites. Residents gain access to a world-class living space enhanced by stone floors, plush furniture, stone-finish bars, marble baths, and other such luxurious touches. Standout amenities include a family-oriented water playground, access to water sports, a resort-style spa and fitness center, lighted tennis courts, shopping arcade, variety of casual to fine-dining, white-glove services by the Fontainebleau and much more.

  1. W South Beach - 2201 Collins Ave, South Beach

    Average List Price: $1,928/sq. ft.

    W South Beach

    Another name synonymous with oceanside luxury, the sophisticated W South Beach residences rise 20 stories high along 300 feet of pristine beachfront. Housing 408 Yabu Pushelberg-designed condo-hotel suites, residents get access to nine-foot-high ceilings, wood or marble flooring, expansive glass balconies, and signature W hotel services. Its list of outstanding amenities includes in-home services by the world-class
    Bliss spa, a Sweat fitness center, two resort-style pools, three on-site restaurants, rooftop tennis and basketball court, a secret garden with fairytale backdrop and much more.

  1. 1 Hotel & Homes - 102 24th St, South Beach

    Average List Price: $1,973/sq. ft.

    1 Hotel & Homes

    Enveloping the beauty of the beach in its contemporary interiors is the 1 Hotel and Homes condo-hotel. Rising 16 stories along 600 feet of ocean frontage, all 161 modern condo suites are designed to allow residents the luxury of hotel living as part of their daily lives. Each unit comes equipped with gourmet kitchens, designer baths, and LEED-certified materials. Top-tier amenities at this condo-hotel include four swimming pools, a 40,000 sq. ft. spa, farm-to-table signature restaurant, personal shopping services, access to an oceanfront boardwalk and much more.

  1. 321 Ocean Drive - 321 Ocean Drive, South Beach

    Average List Price: $1,990/sq. ft.

    321 Ocean Drive

    Only a handful of 21 ultra-luxury residences are part of this nine-story plus five-story-high, South of Fifth development. The boutique-style building is privy to sleek homes designed by the world-renowned architect Enrique Norten, also known for his boomerang-shaped museum in Mexico and NASA Campus in Cleveland, Ohio. Each stellar residence comes equipped with 10-foot-deep oceanfront terraces, modern open kitchens, and elegant European-style baths. Residents get access to a beachfront infinity-edge pool, beach service, elite
    Fit 321 fitness center, resident's lounge, and Ocean Library, plus exquisite landscaping in The Garden at 321.

  1. The Residences at the Miami Beach EDITION - 2901 Collins Ave, Mid-Beach

    Average List Price: $2,228/sq. ft.

    The Residences at the Miami Beach EDITION

    With only 26 limited
    Edition condos parked in an 18-story boutique building, this condo-hotel spells utmost exclusivity. Designed by the acclaimed British architect John Pawson, these ultra-modern residences exude the same sense of minimalist charm that the multiple RIBA award winner is best known for. Each spacious home features teak wood flooring, non-obstructive floor-to-ceiling glass doors, expansive balconies and designer baths. Residents also get priority access to the hotel's restaurants, bars, spa, and salon services along with on-premise "lifestyle managers."

  1. Ocean House – 125 Ocean Drive, South Beach

    Average List Price: $2,248/sq. ft.

    Ocean House

    Another South of Fifth candidate, Ocean House stands seven stories high with a handful of 28 plush residences. This oceanfront, boutique building features expansive, move-in ready residences fully designed and furnished by the acclaimed Steven G. Each elegant home comes with a fireplace, an ocean-view living area, Italian porcelain floors, designer kitchen, spacious guest bedroom, commercial zone certified home office with separate entrance, home automation system and two parking spaces. Additional amenities include private beach access a wellness retreat, beachside pool deck with towel service, great room with piano area, bar and lounge, potting station for gardeners, private screening room, and much more.

  1. Continuum II North – 50 S Point Dr, South Beach

    Average List Price: $2,514/sq. ft.

    Continuum II North

    Part of the 12-acre Continuum complex, this resort-style condo building finds itself on the exclusive and exquisite beachfront in South of Fifth. Rising 37 stories along 1,000 feet of white sand beach frontage, this north tower houses 203 ultra-luxury condo residences. Each tastefully designed residence features 10-foot-high ceilings, branded kitchen appliances, imported marble flooring, and expansive balconies with glass railings. The complex amenities include two oversized lagoon pools, an infinity-edge pool with sundeck, three clay tennis courts, a three-story spa/fitness center, outdoor restaurant, full-service beach club and more.

  1. Apogee – 800 S. Pointe Drive, South Beach

    Average List Price: $2,685/sq. ft.

    Apogee

    With only four residences per floor, this oceanfront South of Fifth high-rise houses 67 modern condos in its 22 stories. Each soundproof unit features 10-foot-high ceilings, a flow-through design to capture both city and ocean views, 11-foot-deep terraces, plus French limestone and granite flooring. Residents further get to enjoy a host of resort-style amenities including common areas designed by the acclaimed duo of Yabu Pushelberg, an infinity-edge pool in garden setting, open-air party pavilion, state-of-the-art fitness center and spa, artwork by Jose Bedia and air-conditioned two-car garage per unit.

  1. Setai - 2001 Collins Ave, South Beach

    Average List Price: $2,724/sq. ft.

    Setai

    Making a bold and lavish statement are the residences at the Setai condo-hotel. Its 163 ultra-luxury residences are housed in a 40-story, oceanfront high-rise that is accompanied by an eight-story hotel popular among celebrities visiting South Beach. Weaving in Asian influences, each Zen-influenced residence features grand balconies with breathtaking views, teak cabinetry and entry doors, designer lighting and fittings, branded kitchen appliances as well as rainfall shower heads for that spa experience at home. Standout amenities at the Setai include three oceanfront swimming pools, a 90-foot poolside bar, world-famous boutique and art shop, yoga and Tai Chi personal trainers, a 5-star restaurant, along with private plane and yacht charters.

  1. Faena House - 3315 Collins Ave, Mid-Beach

    Average List Price: $3,028/sq. ft.

    Faena House

    This is the first element of the famous Faena District that also houses a resort hotel, Rem Koolhaas performance center, retail bazaar and more. Developed by Alan Faena in collaboration with Foster+Partners, Faena House is designed to represent a new concept in beachfront luxury. Its exclusive 17-story building is home to only a handful of 47 ultra-modern residences. Its wraparound
    Alero glass balconies are not just fascinating design elements, but verandas in the sky that help soak in the vast ocean's sights and sounds. Each chic residence further comes equipped with white Venetian terrazzo in the living areas, white oak flooring in bedrooms, plus designer fixtures and appliances handpicked by Foster+Partners. Standout amenities at this exceptional place of residence include a landscaped pool, in-house spa, ocean-view fitness center, a children's playroom, and private residential beach club.

Luxury pre-construction condos that could soon knock out a couple of these top ten:

  1. 57 Ocean – 5775 Collins Ave, Mid-Beach

    Average List Price: $1,878/sq. ft.

    57 Ocean

    Inspired by the elite Brazilian lifestyle, the all-glass 57 Ocean stands as a visual treat with its statement vertical gardens. Designed by the famous Brazilian interior artist Patricia Anastassiadis, each of its 81 residences feature 12-foot deep terraces with wood-like ceiling accents, luxury Italian kitchens, Poliform baths, and many other plush touches. With direct access to 250 feet of pristine ocean frontage, residents get instant access to the beach and Miami Beach Walk. Additional standout amenities include two oceanfront infinity-edge pools with cabanas, poolside bar and lounge overlooking the Atlantic, pool and beachside service with gourmet concessions, world-class Wellness Pavilion Spa, oceanfront wellness garden, snack and juice bar, club room with chef's kitchen, and much more.

  1. L'Atelier – 6901 Collins Ave, North Beach

    Average List Price: $1,908/sq. ft.

    L'Atelier

    With five-star amenities designed by the famous Holly Hunt, L'Atelier is a breath of fresh air when it comes to oceanfront developments in North Beach. This glamorous 18-story building is home to only 23 ultra-luxury residences. The project features half-floor, full-floor and penthouse residences, offering the gift of serenity with space. Top-tier amenities at this high-end development include private beach access, an oceanfront infinity-edge pool, a 78-foot lap pool, poolside bar and BBQ area, pool and beach attendants, whirlpool spa and hammock garden, world-class spa facilities, beauty salon, double-height fitness center, and much more.

  1. Monad Terrace – 1300 Monad Terrace, South Beach

    Average List Price: $1,969/sq. ft.

    Monad

    The all-glass Monad Terrace makes quite the statement with its central lagoon and climbing gardens. The first residential project in Florida by the Pritzker Prize-winning French architect Jean Nouvel, this 13-story project features 59 individually-designed ultra-luxury residences. Each tastefully crafted home comes with expansive balconies almost double the size of their living spaces, gourmet kitchens with cantilevered marble islands, custom-designed baths, custom marble wine racks, and many other luxe touches. Some of the five-star amenities available here include a sundeck with 116-foot bay-view pool, pool service, café and juice bar, lagoon-view wellness center, residents' lounge, and much more.

  1. Eighty Seven Park – 8701 Collins Ave, North Beach

    Average List Price: $2,389/sq. ft.

    Eighty Seven Park

    The first residential project in the U.S. by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Renzo Piano, Eighty Seven Park is designed to deliver sleek simplicity with high-end living. Rising 16 stories along North Beach's pristine beachfront, only 64 elegant and airy condos are available for residence. Each exquisitely appointed living space comes equipped with open floorplans, extra-wide balconies, Italian cabinetry, oak veneer panels, natural stone finish options, and a host of branded fittings. Residents will also have access to amenities such as an on-site wine shop, multiple pools with towel service, a world-class spa, library, beauty salon, outdoor natural juice bar, and much more.
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