Diesel Miami: Fashion and art meet chic urban living in the Wynwood Arts District.
Diesel Miami is a luxury condo tower located in Miami’s famed Wynwood Arts District. Diesel Miami is home to 143 loft-style residential units designed by the iconic Italian fashion brand, in addition to some 24,000 square feet of retail space on the ground floor.
Designed by the renowned Zyschovich Architects group, the condo building is marked by products and design elements that showcase the chic Diesel Living brand, provided by prominent Italian suppliers such as Seletti, known for its edgy steam-punk design; Foscarini, whose trendsetting metal furniture features a pop rock aesthetic; and Iris, known for its tech-inspired ceramic products and accessories. The condo building also features a host of luxury amenities.
Diesel Miami brings home the concept of a designer fashion lifestyle and reflects the tastes and aesthetics of young urbanites and their multifaceted approach to residences, with layouts that easily multitask as living, working, and entertainment spaces.
Diesel Miami condo sits in the heart of Miami’s most dynamic neighborhood with easy walking access to boutiques, restaurants, and art galleries, and brimming with original street art by international artists, and within a few blocks of the famed Miami Design District with its bevy of luxury designer boutiques.
Diesel Miami Residence Features:
- Diesel Miami Residence Features
- Spacious, versatile living spaces
- Designer finishes by Diesel Living
Diesel Miami Building Amenities:
- Ground floor atrium with 24,000 square feet of retail space
- Lobby and common areas enhanced by Diesel Living design
- Multiple pools
- Fitness and wellness center
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