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Boulan

Miami Beach, FL

This six-story luxury residential condominium is located on the site of several of Miami Beach’s early landmarks. Today, the site is part of the City’s developing Cultural Campus. The Zyscovich design incorporates elements of the historic facades on the 21st street elevation facing the Bass Museum park and creates terraces in setbacks behind them. The architecture is discreet and introverted, melding the building subtly into the urban fabric while elevating the aesthetic quality of the neighborhood. At the 20th Street and Collins Avenue corner, where the building is already set back, a newly created, palm-filled plaza is a focal point for this section of Collins Avenue. Additionally, the design has reenergized street level retail activity in the previously low-end retail location.

 

The project features a four-story, 200-space parking garage with a drop-off area for valet-only service. It is accessed via ramp through the existing garage. The exterior of the garage is covered with decorative aluminum grills and surrounded by green planters on its second floor. The third floor of the garage opens to the mezzanine level and to 25,000 SF of retail space including boutique shops and restaurants. It also features a full gym that overlooks the courtyard and a rooftop pool deck with cabanas, lawns, a fire pit, and floating platform benches.

 

The lobby, located across from the park on 21st Street, has been designed as an oasis of elegance. It includes a landscaped interior courtyard with reflecting pools visible from corridors that, in turn, are illuminated with daylight.  Residential units are unusually deep and designed with an inner “core” segregated by retractable lacquered panels. All are furnished with luxurious built-in elements throughout, such as bamboo floors, quartzite cladding, and cast resin baths and sinks. Translucent sliding doors allow for light to penetrate from throughout the entire unit. Hallway walls can be left free for art display or configured for additional storage. Most penthouse units have stairs leading up to roof terraces with views of the ocean. Finished units, all with high-end kitchens, were ready for move-in.  

This six-story luxury residential condominium is located on the site of several of Miami Beach’s early landmarks. Today, the site is part of the City’s developing Cultural Campus. The Zyscovich design incorporates elements of the historic facades on the 21st street elevation facing the Bass Museum park and creates terraces in setbacks behind them. The architecture is discreet and introverted, melding the building subtly into the urban fabric while elevating the aesthetic quality of the neighborhood. At the 20th Street and Collins Avenue corner, where the building is already set back, a newly created, palm-filled plaza is a focal point for this section of Collins Avenue. Additionally, the design has reenergized street level retail activity in the previously low-end retail location.

 

The project features a four-story, 200-space parking garage with a drop-off area for valet-only service. It is accessed via ramp through the existing garage. The exterior of the garage is covered with decorative aluminum grills and surrounded by green planters on its second floor. The third floor of the garage opens to the mezzanine level and to 25,000 SF of retail space including boutique shops and restaurants. It also features a full gym that overlooks the courtyard and a rooftop pool deck with cabanas, lawns, a fire pit, and floating platform benches.

 

The lobby, located across from the park on 21st Street, has been designed as an oasis of elegance. It includes a landscaped interior courtyard with reflecting pools visible from corridors that, in turn, are illuminated with daylight.  Residential units are unusually deep and designed with an inner “core” segregated by retractable lacquered panels. All are furnished with luxurious built-in elements throughout, such as bamboo floors, quartzite cladding, and cast resin baths and sinks. Translucent sliding doors allow for light to penetrate from throughout the entire unit. Hallway walls can be left free for art display or configured for additional storage. Most penthouse units have stairs leading up to roof terraces with views of the ocean. Finished units, all with high-end kitchens, were ready for move-in.