The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Miami Beach, a private asset that will contain one-hundred and one condominium homes and fifteen single-family villas, will combine exceptional services and amenities with latest design and architecture unmatched in South Florida. Set in the silent corner of Miami Beach where ocean, lake and waterway meet, the Piero Lissoni -designed project will provide luxury waterfront living – 7 acres of pools, gardens, private marina and entertainment areas.
Residents at the new development will have entry to a host of vegetables, fruits, and herbs grown at its economical garden and food forest. The developments poolside grill will also take advantage of the newly grown produce, integrating it into its seasonal menus.
There are plans for fruit trees, including jackfruit, star-fruit, mango, perennial vegetables like annual vegetables, taro, spinach, and herbs. Banana trees will be planted on the western edge of the asset, according to the company. Further, there will be edible, papayas, hibiscus, and other plants.
The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Miami Beach, designed by Pierso Lissoni (Italian architect), will have one-hundred and one to 6 bedroom condominiums and fifteen standalone villas. Homes range in size from two-thousand square feet to more than 10,000 square feet, with prices from $2 million to over $40.1 million. It is listed to open later this year.
The residences feature sixty special floor plans with units reaching to over 11,000 square feet and separate Villa Residence, 8 with waterfront views and 7 with garden views. With private elevator foyers, summer kitchens, sprawling terraces, private plunge pools, and many homes spec state-of-the art technology and wonderful style resort amenities reaching the high level of hopes.
Other amenities include a hotel-style service, residential art studio, 36 private boat dockages, a marine helipad, open air yoga studio, a rooftop pool deck with private cabanas, and a meditation garden.