A Glance at Marea, the Cherry Atop Miami Beach’s South of Fifth

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Sited in the posh South of Fifth, the Related Group’s 30-unit boutique residence, Marea—the last luxury condominium to be built in the area, slated to open next spring—offers high-end homebuyers the final chance to own new construction in one of the most coveted residential spots in the nation.

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Featuring a seamless skeleton conceptualized by Sieger-Suarez Architects and Yabu Pushelberg, Marea will showcase specially commissioned artwork by acclaimed artists Riccardo De Marchi and Markus Linnenbrink throughout its common areas, evoking the intimate feel of a private gallery. Linnenbrink’s signature use of repetition and simplistic shapes to form layered, prismatic installations will be featured on the edifice’s walls and corridors, while De Marchi’s sleek Plexiglas and steel works will adorn Marea’s lobby, concierge desk, and atrium.

Marea Lobby

Lobby by Riccardo De Marchi

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Walls and Corridors by Markus Linnenbrink

The building will also be surrounded by landscape art by Enzo Enea. At its peak, the structure will boast a rooftop pool enveloped by a lush garden overlooking panoramic views of the bay and ocean, along with several massage cabanas and a poolside dining space.

Marea

Marea recently unveiled the gorgeous interiors of its four penthouse jewels, styled by Brazilian interior designer Joao Armentano.

Marea Penthouse

Marea Penthouse – Designed by Joao Armentano

The plush pads—which will reportedly list for at least $7 million—will come with expansive terraces designed by Enea, along with fridges fully stocked with Krug champagne.

Marea Penthouse – Designed by Joao Armentano

Marea Penthouse – Designed by Joao Armentano

Marea Penthouse – Designed by Joao Armentano

Marea Penthouse – Designed by Joao Armentano

For more information about the Related Group development, visit its official website.

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