321 Ocean is an exclusive collection of 21 luxury residences in the heart of Miami Beach’s most desirable neighborhood, South of Fifth. Each home is a unique creation in an intimate and breathtaking setting.
The first addition to the sought-after South of Fifth neighborhood since 2008 is the stunning boutique luxury condominium at 321 Ocean Drive condo you can purchase in. To take best advantage of this former site of the Simone Hotel, the innovative Mexican architect Enrique Norten has envisioned a ultramodern low-rise that graces both the South Beach ocean shore and the incomparable Ocean Drive aesthetic.
Two towers, planned for completion in 2015, will be linked by a broad courtyard lawn and gardens designed by Enzo Enea of Enea Garden Design. In keeping with the historic South of Fifth District, the street-side tower will rise a mere five stories while the ocean-side tower will top out at a mere nine levels.
Walls of glass and spacious, often multiple balconies help to capture an expansive play of natural light in each residence. Units begin at 1,900 square feet and come with three or four bedrooms. High-end finishes complement the modernist aesthetic throughout all of 321 Ocean Drive. All of the 21 units are served by private elevators. The development boasts 45 parking spaces. Pets allowed.
321 Ocean Building Features
24-hour valet service
On-site management and engineer
Beachfront, infinity-edge, heated pool
The Garden at 321: an exquisitely landscaped urban oasis fashioned by world-renowned designer Enzo Enea
Fit 321: elite fitness center overlooking Ocean Drive
The Ocean Library: resident lounge featuring unique collection of art, architecture and culinary books
Beach service and attendants
Creative space with rents 30% lower than competitive, surrounding buildings
$24 million complete renovation of 1926 art deco-style building
Building naming rights available
Dedicated areas for bike lockers and showers
High-quality building finishes
LEED Gold (certification pending)
The building uses an extraordinary energy management system with “HighMass” – radiant heating/cooling throughout all spaces of the building; utility savings estimated at 40% compared to typical office space.
Balconies on top floor with excellent southern views of the city and West Hills
Mt. Hood, Willamette River, Convention Center, Downtown and Pearl District views
“Creative Entrepreneurial” Concept LOBBY
Accent walls are recycled steel cladding; wood walls are stacked, reclaimed structural timbers, the freestanding wall utilizes steel I-beams as a frame
Low VOC paints throughout
Large format porcelain tile flooring contains 27% post-industrial recycled content. Alternate choice for flooring is reclaimed hardwood
Energy efficient LED lighting fixtures
Most finishes shown contribute to current LEED Indoor Air Quality and Materials & Resources credits, with a focus on re-use/reclamation and recycled content
Local artisans will construct the open conference room table out of locally reclaimed maple slabs with a base made from recycled metal and/or rail yard parts
All furniture can be specified to contribute to current LEED Indoor Air Quality and Materials & Resources credits
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