$300M Miami Beach Condos Top Out

A joint venture's 425-unit development, The Harbour, reached new heights as its two towers hit 32 stories, seven higher than the original plan called for.

By IvyLee Rosario

The Harbour

The Harbour rendering

13th Floor Investments, Key International and Moss, topped off The Harbour, a twin-tower luxury waterfront condominium development in North Miami Beach, Fla. The $300 million project broke ground in February of 2016 and is set for completion in 2018. The towers topped off at 32 stories and are already 90 percent sold, with prices starting from $500,000. 

Luxury in demand

The 4.5-acre project originally called for 25 stories and 330 units, but due to high demand, the development was expanded by close to 30 percent. The now 425 units comprise a mix of one-, two- and three-bedroom floorplans, penthouses and two-story villas, ranging from 1,032 to 2,442 square feet. Interior features include open floorplans, private elevators, expansive balconies and direct water views of Biscayne Bay.

Residents have access to amenities such as:

  • a full-service private beach club with panoramic pool
  • an Aromatherapy Trail
  • Exercise Vita Course
  • a concierge
  • a dog park
  • barbecue areas
  • tennis and basketball courts
  • an arcade
  • state-of-the-art fitness center
  • a soccer field
  • an outdoor food and drink service
  • a Lush Spa that features hydrotherapy plunge pools, steam, and sauna rooms

“One of Miami’s most attractive assets is its shoreline, and The Harbour is one of the few new projects that offers direct waterfront access and unobstructed views,” Rey Melendi, chief operating officer of 13th Floor Investments, told Multi-Housing News. “With resort-style amenities and a modern, innovative design, The Harbour is redefining luxury living in one of the city’s most sought-after neighborhoods.”

The Harbour marks the third project between 13th Floor Investments, Key International and Moss. Other developments include the 387-unit 1010 Brickell in Miami‘s Financial District and the 230-unit 400 Sunny Isles. 

Image courtesy of The Harbour

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