From Pickleball to Disco Ball: A Glimpse Inside The Standard’s First-Ever Residences in Midtown Miami

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The Standard reveals their first-ever residential project, The Standard Residences. In the heart of Midtown Miami, the development will be located in one of the city’s most dynamic neighborhoods between the Design District and Wynwood.

The Standard Residences features 12 floors of residences and amenity spaces. Two hundred and twenty-eight pied-à-terre-style studios, one-bedrooms, one-bedrooms plus den, and two-bedrooms make up the collection of residences. Each residence is finished with light wood plank tile flooring and a gourmet kitchen with Italian cabinetry and Bosch appliances. The bathrooms are oversized and showcase stone vanities and double-suite rain showers.

At sidewalk level, the lobby is designed to interact with the streetscape. It will be a place where residents can connect, work, recharge, and unwind with areas to plug in or host informal meetings. The lobby café connects to an outdoor terrace and will serve cappuccinos, pastries, and fresh juices.

With a mix of amenities that are both energizing and relaxing, The Sweat Room offers a steam room, an infrared sauna, and a fully equipped yoga and stretch studio. The Stadium includes a pickleball court that doubles as a disco party room. Residents can play America’s fastest-growing sport in the comfort of an air-conditioned setting and then boogie-down the rest of the night. Social Lounge 21 is The Standard’s social floor that features a karaoke bar, screening room, fully equipped co-working spaces, zoom rooms, and a private boardroom.

On top of the building is a lushly landscaped rooftop. Here is where the 60-foot, resort-style sunset pool will be located. There will be direct access from the pool to The Standard’s signature rooftop restaurant and bar.

The Standard Residences combines a careful consideration of design, detail, and service with playfulness and fun to create an ‘anything but standard’ experience. This project was brought to life through the partnerships of Rosso Development and Midtown Development. Interiors were designed by renowned firm Urban Root in collaboration with The Standard’s in-house design team.

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