Watch: Don’t Miss These Top 5 Oceanfront Luxury Condos Coming to Miami Beach
Sep 20, 2023 September 20, 2023
Love oceanfront living? Looking for a truly exclusive, brand-new residence on Miami Beach? Then this video is a must-watch for you!
There is a new set of impeccable condo projects, each with stunning water views, five-star amenities, a unique blend of nature and architecture, and offering the gold standard in luxury hospitality coming to Miami Beach.
Rivaling some of the most desirable beachside destinations in the world, these new construction luxury condos are the future of luxe living in Miami Beach.
Let’s dive into our curation of the 5 Best Oceanfront New Construction Condos coming to Miami Beach that you should know about:
Rosewood Residences at the Raleigh Hotel: This Rosewood-branded 17-story condo tower will rise next door to the restored version of the iconic Raleigh Hotel. With 44 exquisite beachfront homes, this ultra-luxury tower will feature unobstructed water views from every unit, access to the hotel’s historic pool with cabanas, a signature martini bar, lushly landscaped gardens, and bespoke services by Rosewood Hotels & Resorts.
Artist's Rendering: Rosewood Residences at the Raleigh Hotel
Shoreclub Private Collection: This 18-story tower, next door to the redeveloped Raleigh, is also part of the renovation of the historic Shore Club Hotel. Extremely exclusive, this set of private residences will offer 49 oceanfront homes with distinct floor plans and a modern set of amenities powered by Auberge Resorts' storied hospitality. With no two units alike, its Robert A.M. Stern-designed residences start at a generous 3,200 square feet. Standout amenities include Auberge’s world-class Beach Club, private beach access, a private pool with poolside café and bar, a signature restaurant, tropical gardens, and more.
Artist's Rendering: Shoreclub Private Collection
Aman Hotel & Residences: Featuring two oceanfront towers and world-class hospitality powered by the Singapore-based Aman hotel brand, and OKO Group, one of the best Miami developers, these exquisite residences will be part of the redeveloped Versailles Hotel. Fully sold out, the 16-story condo tower will be home to 41 stunning residences starting at 2,450 square feet – all designed by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma known for his sustainable structures. Amenities will include a rooftop pool deck with a restaurant and bar, the world-famous Aman spa, and more. The hotel tower will also house condo-hotel units.
Artist's Rendering: Aman Hotel & Residences
The Perigon: The only non-branded, residential-only new construction condo on our list, this 17-story, eco-friendly tower will rise oceanfront, north of the exciting Faena District. Designed by Rem Koolhaas’s OMA, this architectural marvel will feature 73 extra-large residences starting at 2,100 square feet with 10-12-foot-deep wraparound balconies and unobstructed ocean views. Highlight amenities will include a residents-only, oceanfront restaurant by a Michelin-star chef, direct beach access, a beachside pool and spa, an imaginative children’s playroom, a bespoke wine room, tropical gardens with meditation lounge, 8 guest suites, and much more.
Artist's Rendering: The Perigon
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Equinox Hotel & Residences: This iconic, Frank Gehry-designed redevelopment of the historic Deauville hotel site was contingent on voter approval last November, which was not approved. But the site is too good and too big to sit for long. Initial plans were to feature a 150-unit condo tower and a separate 6-star hotel with 175 rooms. The iconic property was to have direct beach access, lush tropical gardens, and a host of world-class amenities powered by the luxury lifestyle brand Equinox. So, let’s see what’s on the horizon for this site.
Artist's Rendering: Equinox Hotel & Residences
— FAQs About Oceanfront Living in Miami Beach
What is the nicest area of Miami Beach?
Although we’re tempted to mention the exclusive South of Fifth neighborhood in South Beach, if you’re looking for a truly laid-back escape away from the tourist crowd, the north end of Miami Beach would be a better choice. Starting from North Beach, all the way up to Bal Harbour and Sunny Isles Beach, you will find some of the quietest, most pristine beachfronts in the Miami Beach area.
With easy access to upscale shopping at the Shops at Bal Harbour, beachside cultural events at the Bandshell, and private combed beaches reserved for condo residents in Sunny Isles, plus a diverse range of restaurants throughout – the north end of Miami Beach has it all for anyone seeking a nice, relaxed, family-friendly vibe.
What time of year is best to travel to Miami Beach?
Spring, particularly March through May, is the best time to visit Miami Beach if you’re considering buying a new Miami Beach condo and want to move here. The temperatures at this time of year are rising but still not too hot – staying in the balmy 70s to low 80s during the day. Humidity is also yet to take over with minimal chances of rain dampening any plans. It is also when the winter crowds have dispersed and you can avoid spring breakers if you take up residence or a resort suite anywhere between Mid-beach’s Millionaire’s Row to Sunny Isles Beach.
Ready to invest in a new construction, oceanfront condo project you love? Or, looking for a ready-to-move-in luxury condo that fits the bill? Call, chat, or e-mail us directly to secure your next luxurious getaway or staycation sanctuary you can proudly call home.