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New mixed-use development breaks ground in Miami Beach

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New mixed-use development breaks ground in Miami Beach

Domo Studio is designing the project and Origin Construction is the general contractor.


By David Malone, Managing Editor | November 11, 2021
Eighteen Sunset exterior
Courtesy Domo Studio

Eighteen Sunset, a new mixed-use development, has broken ground in Miami Beach. The five-story building will include street-level retail and restaurant spaces, two floors of Class A+ offices, and an exclusive top-floor penthouse home with a private rooftop deck.

The ground floor will total approximately 17,000 sf of rentable commercial space split into four areas ranging in size and offering retail and restaurant concepts in a selection of spaces to choose from. A central breezeway and cantilevered sidewalk cover will feature an expansive outdoor covered sidewalk and breezeway spaces designed to encourage community wellness.

The offices will be on floors three and four and will comprise approximately 40,000-sf and feature thirteen-foot ceilings, large exterior deck spaces, an architectural overhang, and floor-to-ceiling windows. Office tenants will have secure parking on the building’s second floor.

A penthouse residence includes more than 15,000 sf of interior space as well as a rooftop pool deck. In total, the residence includes approximately 30,000 sf of private indoor and outdoor space, including a hot tub, outdoor dining room, expansive gardens, and seating and recreational areas.

Eighteen Sunset is located between Purdy Avenue and Bay Road and will offer walkability and accessibility in the heart of Sunset Harbor. The project is anticipated to achieve LEED Gold certification and is slated for completion in spring 2023. Deco Capital Group is the developer.

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