Miami review board recommends approval for Arquitectonica’s top-heavy condo tower

The 57-story Elysee Miami will offer residents impeccable views and plenty of amenities.

February 10, 2016 |
Miami review board recommends approval for luxury condo tower

Courtesy David Siddons Group.

A 57-story luxury condo tower in Miami is one step closer to being built.

This week, Miami Today reported that the city's Urban Development Review Board recommended the approval of Elysee Miami, which will hug the waterfront in the Edgewater neighborhood. 

Architect Bernardo Fort-Brescia, of the Miami firm Arquitectonica, designed its three-tier shape that gets wider as it gets taller. It will have only two units per floor (100 condos total) with 3-, 4-, and 5-bedroom layouts. Floor-to-ceiling glass windows and sliding balcony doors will provide unobstructed views of the city and the ocean. Condo prices start at $1.67 million.

The building has plenty of perks, with services including valet parking, white glove concierge service, and even robotic parking. It has two full floors of amenities: The seventh floor will have a 75-foot pool, a yoga studio, fitness center, and guest suites, and the 30th floor has a 30-guest dining room, chef’s kitchen, business center, and resident wine storage. 

Unlike many newer projects, the Elysee Miami will not have retail or restaurant space at its ground level.

Two Roads Development is the developer of the Elysee Miami, and Jean-Louis Deniot is the interior designer. It is expected to be completed in 2018.

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