The Arquitectonica-designed tower is located near numerous cultural institutions and entertainment venues including the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, Pérez Art Museum Miami, American Airlines Arena, the Patricia & Philip Frost Museum of Science and Museum Park.
“The property is the only one in the greater downtown area boasting a partnership with the globally recognized Auberge brand and is also the only luxury pre-construction project along the Biscayne corridor with pricing starting at $359,000,” Jon Paul Pérez, The Related Group’s vice president, told MHN. “An unequaled attention to detail, the careful integration of museum quality artwork and strategic partnerships with the best hospitality and culinary brands in the world have become staples of Related developments.”
Prices for units currently begin at $359,000 and top out at $4.5 million. The residential tower will feature a double height lobby and common spaces on the 12th-floor amenity deck, including a Napa Valley-style wine room. Outdoor amenities include a heated pool, Zen terrace, and private cabanas, with a sky pool terrace observatory on the 60th floor—the highest in the City of Miami.
According to Perez, the company has noticed a shift in which buyers want to be part of a community built around a tradition of culture.
“Its proximity to some of Miami’s most highly respected cultural institutions like the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science and Pérez Art Museum Miami along with its ease of access to Wynwood, Brickell and Design District make Auberge Miami a unique project,” he said.
Auberge Miami will also become its own artistic landmark, with the arrival of the 39-foot Awilda sculpture by Spanish artist Jaume Plensa, after spending a year and a half as the centerpiece of Chicago’s Millennium Park.
“The water views and proximity to the best of Miami culture will create a vibrant and exciting urban resort, with Auberge branded services and access to entertainment, performances and museums,” Mark Harmon, Auberge Resorts Collection’s founder, said.