Eighty Seven Park by Renzo Piano Building Workshop has revealed its penthouse in record breaking fashion. Priced at $68 million, the penthouse is unlike any other property on the market and is 2018’s most expensive home in Miami. The penthouse floats atop 18 stories and completes the remaining two floors of the boutique condominium, spanning 25,000 SF with 360-degree park, city and ocean views that embrace nature more than anywhere else.
As the realized vision of Pritzker-Prize-winning architect Renzo Piano, Eighty Seven Park’s expertise at “bringing the outdoors in” has captured contracts with high-profile buyers like Novak Djokovic and more. The project is developed by Terra, along with Bizzi & Partners Development, New Valley and Pacific Eagle. A true gem and a modern-day sanctuary, Eighty Seven Park’s penthouse is filled with every luxe amenity anyone could ever imagine to ensure there’s no need to ever want to leave home.
Terra’s President David Martin said he wanted the penthouse to offer its future keyholders a home that “pays unrivaled attention to detail,” and this iconic residence truly leaves no stone left unturned.
The penthouse is designed by RDAI, best-known for their long history with Hermès. It features six bedrooms, eight bathrooms, three powder rooms with 12,410 SF of interior space and 18,247 SF of outdoor terrace. The residence also features unobstructed ocean, park and city views; a personal fitness center, two private elevators, a state-of-the-art home cinema, floor-to-ceiling windows, vertical gardens, a personal Turkish hammam, two 40’ long sunset and sunrise infinity pools, jacuzzi, outdoor theatre, putting green and two summer kitchens.
“We looked to provide a serenely relaxed atmosphere,” said RDAI Design Director Julia Capp about the penthouse. “Its incredible location and views allow the light to gently infuse the interior and maintain contact with the exterior – which was an integral part of the design.”
“We want to engage and bring purposeful living not only to the buyers of Eighty Seven Park, but to the North Beach neighborhood as a whole,” says David Martin, President of Terra. “Along with the attention to detail that was poured into every aspect of Eighty Seven Park, our development also focused on urban planning that contributes to the neighborhood. We have discerning buyers from all around the world who recognize that there is intrinsic value in purchasing long-lasting assets with positive community impact.”
Away from the noise, Eighty Seven Park is nestled in North Beach where exclusivity is high, yet availability is low. At 80% sold, Eighty Seven Park is the one of the only boutique options still available for purchase. Eighty Seven Park is also the only building that has no more than four residences per floor, a residents-only garden, five-star amenities without hotel hassles, and a 35-acre park transformed by West 8 next door.
“Eighty Seven Park is a project that is truly singular for the South Florida market,” said Howard M. Lorber, Chairman of Douglas Elliman Realty. “It’s world-class architecture by Renzo Piano, direct oceanfront location, high-caliber interior design and luxury suite of amenities has proven to be appealing to buyers from across the United States and from around the globe. We look forward to continued sales success now that the super-structure is complete.”
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