Live With Intention And Joy At 57 Ocean In Miami Beach

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DBOX’s work has been recognized by organizations including the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (Emmy® Awards), Communication Arts, The Art Directors Club, World Luxury Award, American Design Awards, and The International Property Awards, and has been exhibited at The Museum of Modern Art, The Museum of Contemporary Art in Tokyo, The Art Institute of Chicago, and The Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles.
DBOX was founded in 1996 and maintains studios in New York, London and Miami.

Photo Credit: DBOX

Pristine, sugary sands underfoot…turquoise waves softly breaking at the shoreline…the breeze from the ocean filling the air.  It is a coveted, dream-like setting for those sought-after moments of respite and relaxation — and for an elite few, it’s home.

57 Ocean is a sanctuary on Miami Beach’s most beautiful and exclusive stretch of beachfront: the iconic Millionaires’ Row, where nature takes center-stage and the undeniable splendor of the Atlantic is in full view.  Here, with its limited collection of 71 tropical modern residences, a life lived in full is inspired and shaped by the sea…and the ocean itself becomes an extension of daily life.

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DBOX’s work has been recognized by organizations including the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (Emmy® Awards), Communication Arts, The Art Directors Club, World Luxury Award, American Design Awards, and The International Property Awards, and has been exhibited at The Museum of Modern Art, The Museum of Contemporary Art in Tokyo, The Art Institute of Chicago, and The Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles.
DBOX was founded in 1996 and maintains studios in New York, London and Miami.

Photo Credit: DBOX

Slated for delivery in 2021, the extremely private boutique condominium puts a sophisticated emphasis on healthy oceanfront living.  Developed by Multiplan Real Estate Asset Management and designed by globally-acclaimed architect Arquitectonica, the lavish retreat will offer two- to four-bedroom homes, ranging from 1,200 to 3,600+ square feet.

An array of extraordinary amenities and services will be in the offing for residents, each designed to nurture mind, body, and soul — while forever improving the concept of “living well.”  Sited along 220 linear feet of oceanfront, two cabana-lined infinity pools cast a privileged gaze across the Atlantic.  Towering palms, thickets of tropical fauna, and tranquil meditation gardens weave an enchanted landscape of natural wonder.  Serene spas and a complete fitness center with innovative MyIsle training equipment by MyEquilibria provide added assets for well-being.  A pool bar and social terrace lounge are flanked by a summer kitchen and a pavilion with a grill area, while a multi-purpose club room with a chef’s kitchen allows for full gastronomic experiences.  The offerings — virtually endless — also include a library, a children’s activity room, 24-hour concierge, and valet and security services. Residents will also have direct access to the adjacent, freshly-paved Miami Beach Walk — ideal for daily strolls and exercise.

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DBOX’s work has been recognized by organizations including the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (Emmy® Awards), Communication Arts, The Art Directors Club, World Luxury Award, American Design Awards, and The International Property Awards, and has been exhibited at The Museum of Modern Art, The Museum of Contemporary Art in Tokyo, The Art Institute of Chicago, and The Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles.
DBOX was founded in 1996 and maintains studios in New York, London and Miami.

Photo Credit: DBOX

As evidenced by its features and impeccably crafted designs, this unparalleled haven is not just a place to live, but one with a lifestyle destined to improve lives.  Here, at 57 Ocean, a world of well being awaits.

Contact: 305.417.7679; Sales gallery: 5775 Collins Ave., Miami Beach; www.57ocean.com

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DBOX’s work has been recognized by organizations including the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (Emmy® Awards), Communication Arts, The Art Directors Club, World Luxury Award, American Design Awards, and The International Property Awards, and has been exhibited at The Museum of Modern Art, The Museum of Contemporary Art in Tokyo, The Art Institute of Chicago, and The Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles.
DBOX was founded in 1996 and maintains studios in New York, London and Miami.

Photo Credit: DBOX

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