Roney Palace: Oceanfront Luxury and a Walkable Lifestyle in the Heart of South Beach
A South Beach landmark, the Roney Palace is a spectacular luxury condo complex overlooking the Atlantic ocean in the heart of South Beach, with direct beach access and a rich and colorful history, attracting all types of people, including many celebrities, over its historic lifetime.
The Roney Palace stands on the site of the Roney Plaza, a hotel built by Newton B. Roney, and designed by the famed architectural team Schultze & Weaver, who also designed the Waldorf Astoria in New York City and the Biltmore in Coral Gables. The Roney Plaza opened its doors in 1925 as Miami’s first beachfront resort and boasted the area’s first poolside cabanas and tennis courts.
The Roney became synonymous with Miami Beach, and hosted such luminaries as Orson Welles, Rita Hayworth, the Duke and Duchess of Windsor, and many others, including Desi Arnaz who often transmitted broadcasts of his famous big band concerts from the Roney's popular Bamboo Room and Restaurant. The Roney Plaza was demolished in 1968 and entirely rebuilt, re-opening in 1971 as the home of the famed Roney Pub which became a popular cocktail lounge in Miami Beach during the 70s. The property was fully renovated in 2000, emerging as the Roney Palace, having expanded and transformed the building’s units into stunning, luxurious condo residences.
The Roney Palace is attached to the 1 Hotel and Homes, and shares their luxury amenities. It’s also next door to the trendy W South Beach, and only a few steps from The Setai. A new Walgreen's has been built directly across the street, and the neighborhood boasts a gamut of restaurants, shops and small businesses. The Roney Palace is an ideal location for those who want to enjoy Miami’s most walkable, busy, and colorful neighborhood, with everything it has to offer, including restaurants, clubs, cafés, shops and varied cultural activities. The Bass Museum of Art, New World Symphony, and Fillmore (formerly the Jackie Gleason Theater) are only a short walk away. Lincoln Road and Ocean Drive are also within walking distance, so you’ll never really never need a car here except to drive to the nearby convenient Downtown Miami Arts District only a few minutes’ drive away.
The Roney Palace features 600 feet of direct sandy beach access, 4 pools on separate decks, and valet parking. Some units are available for vacation rental requiring a one-month minimum stay.
Roney Palace Residence Features:
- Fully equipped 1 and 2 bedroom units
- Balconies with ocean views
Roney Palace Building Amenities:
- Two oceanfront pools with decks
- Poolside cabanas
- Jacuzzi and towel service
- Complimentary valet parking for residents
- 24-hour security
- World-class fitness center
- Event Lounge
Roney Palace Amenities
Additional Property Details
Available Condos at Roney Palace
Roney Palace Floor Plans
|Apt #||Model||Bed/Bath||Floors||Interior + Ext (Sq Ft)|
|09, 10, PH-8, PH-9||A||2/2||All||1480 + N/A|
|PH-2, PH-10, PH-11, PH-12||A1||2/2||All||1040 + N/A|
|PH-19||A2||2/2||All||1500 + N/A|
|02, 04, 15, 34, 40||B||1/1||All||880 + N/A|
|17, 18, PH-14, PH-15||B1||1/1||All||840 + N/A|
|06, 07, 08, PH-3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 18, 22||B2||1/2 + den||All||1230 + N/A|
|25, PH-20||B3||1/1||All||850 + N/A|
|37||B4||1/1||All||960 + N/A|
|03, 05, 16, 33, 39||B5||1/1.5||All||960 + N/A|
|26, PH-21||B6||1/2 + den||All||1180 + N/A|
|01, 19, 24, 38, PH-1, PH-17||B7||1/1||All||900 + N/A|
|22, 23, 42, 43||C||Studio/1||All||660 + N/A|
|12, 14, 27, 28, 31, 32, 35, 36||C1||Studio/1||All||760 + N/A|
|11, 20, 21, 29, 30, 41, PH-16||CT||Studio/1||All||600 + N/A|
Roney Palace Building Stats
Roney Palace Recent Sales
|Unit||Bed/Bath||Sq Ft||SalePrice||$/Sq Ft||SaleDate|
|1502||1 / 1||880||$725,000||$823||5/4/2021|
|614||0 / 1||760||$530,000||$697||4/29/2021|
|PH20||1 / 1||850||$1,150,000||$1,352||4/22/2021|
|1434||1 / 1||880||$750,000||$852||3/8/2021|
|635||0 / 1||760||$390,000||$513||8/7/2020|
|1511||0 / 1||600||$609,000||$1,015||4/5/2021|
|1505||1 / 1||960||$840,000||$875||3/2/2021|
|1112||0 / 1||760||$525,000||$690||4/9/2021|
|1109||2 / 2||1,480||$1,650,000||$1,114||3/29/2021|
|1440||1 / 1||880||$925,000||$1,051||3/22/2021|
|305||2 / 1||960||$680,000||$708||3/12/2021|
|322||0 / 1||660||$285,000||$431||2/24/2021|
|1043||0 / 1||660||$425,000||$643||2/16/2021|
|1134||1 / 1||880||$635,000||$721||2/16/2021|
|1206||2 / 2||1,230||$1,200,000||$975||1/15/2021|
|421||0 / 1||600||$320,000||$533||1/8/2021|
|1429||0 / 1||600||$440,000||$733||12/29/2020|
|906||2 / 2||1,230||$1,625,000||$1,321||11/16/2020|
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