MIAMI (July 21, 2020) - Global integrated design firm Stantec has completed the five-story 17 West, a mixed-use development that includes Miami Beach’s first Trader Joe’s grocery store.
Located on 17th Street between Alton Road and West Avenue in Miami Beach, the 185,388-sf development features 23 units, a lush rooftop pool deck with gym, ground-level commercial space, and a public garage with 193 parking spaces. Stantec was the architect of record for the development and the interior designer for the common areas.
“17 West successfully connects the commercial street of Alton Road and the residential street of West Avenue on this prominent block in Miami Beach,” said Jennifer Llop-Noy, Senior Associate and Project Manager with Stantec’s Miami office. “It was designed as a unique retreat and shopping destination for visitors and locals alike, capturing the essence of the West Avenue neighborhood.”
MULTI-COLORED EXTERIOR VERTICAL ELEMENTS SEPARATE RESIDENTIAL AND RETAIL LEVELS
The building’s façade includes multi-colored vertical elements that surround the second- and third-floor parking levels to separate the retail below and units above. The interlocking glass volumes on the fourth and fifth floors, where the residential units are located, create a geometrical play on the façade and provide each unit with a private, spacious terrace.
The units range from one bedroom to three bedrooms with an average size of 1,546 sf. They feature spacious kitchens that open up to a great room with terrazzo floors balanced with natural woods and green spaces.
17 West is a joint venture development between Rock Soffer of Turnberry Associates and Elion Partners, along with members of the Sredni family.
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Stantec is a recognized global leader in architecture, design and engineering, ranked #1 among architecture/engineering firms in Building Design+Construction's 2020 Giants 400.
The firm has designed numerous prominent projects throughout Florida, including Solitair Brickell; Luma at Miami Worldcenter; YOTELPAD in Downtown Miami; Yard 8 in Midtown Miami; MiMo Bay Apartments; Avalon Doral; LA CLARA in West Palm Beach; Wynwood Square; and Park-Line in Miami and West Palm Beach.