A PLACE IN THE SUN

FROM HEALTHCONSCIOUS HOMES TO CELEBRITY PUR­CHASES AND ONE-OF-A-KIND BEACH CLUBS, MI­AMI’S REAL ES­TATE OF­FER­INGS CON­TINUE TO SOAR.

Ocean Drive - - Contents July/august 2017 - BY BECKY RANDEL

From health-con­scious homes to celebrity pur­chases and one-of-akind beach clubs, Mi­ami’s real es­tate of­fer­ings con­tinue to soar.

1111 RES­I­DENCES

De­vel­oper Robert Wen­nett has once again part­nered with ar­chi­tects Her­zog & de Meu­ron— the team be­hind the dis­tinc­tive 1111 Lin­coln Road—to cre­ate 1111 Lin­coln Res­i­dences. The two fully in­te­grated smart homes each in­clude three bed­rooms and three-and-a-half bath­rooms, and fea­ture floor-to-ceil­ing glass walls, 2,155 square feet of in­te­rior space, and a ca­pa­cious 1,550-square-foot ter­race. A Ray­mond Jun­gles-de­signed court­yard oa­sis with stone floor­ing, a per­gola, and shade trees sur­rounds each of the $3.8 mil­lion town houses. Dou­glas El­li­man Florida, 305-673-4808; dou­glasel­li­man.com

BATH CLUB

Mid-beach’s his­toric Bath Club has come to mar­ket—and it’s far from your av­er­age list­ing. The port­fo­lio in­cludes the main build­ing, the ex­pan­sive court­yard, 60 pri­vate ca­banas, a large com­mer­cial kitchen, tennis courts, a spa­cious pool and spa, and 20,000 square feet of res­tau­rant and bar space. Sit­u­ated on more than five acres of property with 538 feet of white sand beach, the club, orig­i­nally de­vel­oped in 1927, is priced at $25 mil­lion. Ger­ard Yet­ming, 786-517-4995; col­liers.com

EIGHTY SEVEN PARK

When an ex­trav­a­gant ocean­front de­vel­op­ment is de­signed by a Pritzker Prize-win­ning ar­chi­tect— Renzo Pi­ano—and sur­rounded by parks, buy­ers take no­tice. Such is the case with Eighty Seven Park, where tennis cham­pion No­vak Djokovic re­cently pur­chased a three-bed­room home in the 70-unit tower. The “coastal sanc­tu­ary” lies di­rectly ad­ja­cent to North Shore Open Space, where de­vel­oper Terra has pledged $10 mil­lion to re­vi­tal­ize the 35-acre public park. 8701 Collins Ave., Mi­ami Beach, 305-834-4999; eighty­sev­en­park.com

WELL­NESS HABI­TAT

When it comes to our health, where we live is just as im­por­tant as how we live. Well­ness Habi­tat trans­forms in­door liv­ing spa­ces into cus­tom­ized, healthy en­vi­ron­ments us­ing tech­niques such as spe­cial­ized wa­ter fil­tra­tion, aro­mather­apy shower sys­tems, and in­door hy­dro­ponic gar­dens. The new com­pany just an­nounced a part­ner­ship with Porsche De­sign Tower, where they’ll be in­stalling ameni­ties such as cir­ca­dian light­ing sys­tems that sup­port your nat­u­ral cir­ca­dian rhythm, im­prov­ing over­all well-be­ing; pro­bi­otic dif­fu­sion (an air pu­ri­fier that elim­i­nates bad bac­te­ria); and an ozone veg­etable detox ma­chine that main­tains food min­er­als. well­nesshabi­tat.com

clock­wise from top: 7he smart homes at 1111 Res­i­dences out­side the his­toric Bath Clue Eighty Seven Parkōs ŏcoastal sanc­tu­aryő Porsche 'es­ign 7ow­erōs Unit 3303 fea­tures Well­ness +aei­tat ameni­ties.

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