Ocean And Bay Views From These 57 Ocean Newly Unveiled Residences

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Idyllic and sun-drenched, a pair of newly revealed showplace retreats is poised to transform oceanfront living in Miami Beach. A closer look into two styles of residences in the illustrious 57 Ocean condominium is being given for the first time to ultra-luxury homebuyers. The project, one of the most sought-after beachside escapes on the prime property market, is a boutique building poised to offer a myriad of holistic wellness amenities and services, as well as an incomparable connection to the adjacent, pristine sugary-sand shoreline. On track for delivery next September, 57 Ocean is the much-lauded vision of revered Brazilian developer José Isaac Peres, founder of Multiplan Real Estate Asset Management.

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The two lines of residences -- referred to as styles ‘No. 2’ and ‘No. 6’ -- are representative of a duo of unique layouts that will be offered within building. Marked by voluminous light-filled living spaces, high ceilings, and postcard-worthy views, each dwelling is a standout.

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Direct vistas of the Atlantic Ocean define residence style No. 2, complemented by a grand, 12-foot deep terrace with stackable floor-to-ceiling glass doors – amplifying the seamless indoor-outdoor connection that has made 57 Ocean such a global draw. Calming breezes and the peaceful sounds of waves gently breaking against the beach will be enjoyed year-round from this coveted amenity. Comprising two bedrooms, two baths, and a sizeable 10-foot by 10-foot den (which can be used as an office, a playroom, or guest room), the floorplan is conveniently split. Pricing for the No. 2-style residence starts at $4.2 million.

The No. 6-style residence is a desirable west-facing corner abode, marked by azure views of Biscayne Bay as well as partial views of the glimmering Atlantic. This offering also features a striking, 12-foot deep wraparound terrace, complete with stackable glass doors. Prices for these lavish homes start at $2 million.

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Adding to their unmistakable appeal, each of the well-appointed units that make up both lines -- No. 2 and No. 6 -- will be replete with countless contemporary comforts and conveniences, including Italian kitchens and baths by Poliform.

In creating 57 Ocean, Dr. Peres set out to ensure that the building and its 71 residences captured the essence of the location, allowing residents to immerse themselves in the serenity that surrounds them. Here, the infinity of the ocean into the horizon, the fresh air, and the Caribbean waters are appreciated throughout -- with wellness being naturally promoted as an essential to the experience. The prism-shaped property is a glass-clad jewel on the coastline, illuminated by the sun and reflecting the sea and sky beyond. From avenue to ocean, the architects -- a tour de force collaboration between international award-winning firm Arquitectonica and Brazilian interior designer Patricia Anastassiadis -- have mastered a natural flow at ground level, connecting common areas to the beach-side terraces as well as the pool and adjacent dunes. Enchanting vertical gardens at the base of the building’s façade lead from the porte cochère to the double-height lobby. Wood-like accents and glass further the building's ties to the seascape, and state-of-the-art holistic spa and fitness amenities serve as reminders that physical well-being is a key part of a resident's happiness.


Additional residential offerings include two- to four-bedroom homes, ranging from 1,200 to 3,600+ square feet, as well as a $35 million penthouse with 360-degree views, 7,500 square feet of indoor space, and an additional 7,000+ square feet of outdoor terraces. Fortune Development Sales is the exclusive residential brokerage.

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

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