Boutique Miami Beach Condos Ready for Move-In
- Oct 23, 2017
Mast Capital, a real estate investment company with integrated development and asset management teams, completed the Louver House, the firm’s first condo project. The four-story, luxury building brings 12 three-bedroom residences to Miami Beach’s South of Fifth neighborhood.
In December 2015, Louver House broke ground at 311 Meridian Ave., the site of a historic Belvedere bungalow. Miami-based architect Rene Gonzalez, the property’s designer, incorporated South of Fifth community elements, such as lush tree-lined streets and historical components. In the exact place of the former structure, Gonzalez created a louvered bungalow that serves as the focal point of the entrance. The space is draped with plants from landscape design studio Savino & Miller.
All residences feature luxury amenities including:
- Ornare kitchen cabinets with quartz countertops
- Designer bathroom fixtures
- Electrolux washer and dryer
- Frameless, glass-enclosed showers
- Designer bathroom vanities
- Private terraces with glass railings in select units (up to 531 square feet of outdoor living space)
- Walk-in closets
- Sound insulated walls throughout
“We’re excited to finally present Louver House because it has all the key elements buyers are looking for in today’s luxury residential real estate market,” said Camilo Miguel Jr., CEO of Mast Capital, in prepared remarks. “This building offers a unique lifestyle that places residents in one of Miami Beach’s most exciting neighborhoods, but because of its small scale, also serves as an exclusive, family-friendly enclave.”
The low-rise, boutique building is wrapped with floor-to-ceiling windows and sliding glass doors, and boasts a wide range of community amenities:
- Gated entry
- Secured garage parking
- 24-hour security video surveillance
- Fitness center
- Outdoor yoga studio
- Rooftop garden with infinity-edge pool deck
- Full-time residential manager
- Electric vehicle charging station in select locations
“The architectural design for Louver House has everything to do with the beauty of the building’s surroundings; we wanted to create a substantial and substantive piece of architecture that pays deference to its environment and urban condition,” added Gonzalez.
Available residences range from 2,088 to 2,432 square feet, with an asking price between $2.5 million and $3.1 million. ONE Sotheby’s International Realty exclusively handles sales and marketing for the property. Louver House is proximate to the beach and the neighboring shops and restaurants. Also in Florida, Mast Capital recently sold a 297-unit community in Key West for $101.5 million.
Images courtesy of Mast Capital