Eighty Seven Park rings the bell of rejuvenation of a once sleepy part of town.
It sounds like Mid-Beach needed the help of Pritzker Prize-winner Renzo Piano to revive. Indeed, Renzo Piano just came up with a 18-story building in the middle of the park located on 87th Street. The Western hemisphere had long been waiting for Renzo Piano to build a residential tower on this side of the planet! Eighty Seven Park is surrounded by the ocean, the park and the trees.
Mid and North Beach is an emerging neighborhood that will make you forget about the Art Deco landmarks that usually come to mind when you think of Miami Beach. Just like Wynwood, the Design District, Downtown and Brickell, Mid-Beach is drawing attention to its area with the rise of new developments.
Expect a coastal sanctuary from Terra Group, right in the middle of North Shore Park. It should respond to the trend that seeks more tranquility and a more family-oriented positioning. Located on the waterfront side of 8701 Collins Avenue, Eight Seven Park comprises 70 units going from 1,400 to 7,000 square feet. The most exciting features include an Enoteca, private gardems, butler services, a library, a Fugo Bar providing organic food and juices and more top-notch amenities. Such a state of luxury is actually unheard of this time!
Is NoBe Miami Beach’s new frontier? Consider that the lush tropical environment of Renzo Piano’s new project will bring ancillary development to the zone.
Prices at Eighty Seven Park start at $2M and go up to $15 million, have a look.