Miami’s top brokers gathered at the Elysee Miami Sales Gallery in East Edgewater for an intimate cocktail ‘Meet-and-Greet’ reception celebrating the luxury project’s world-renowned designer Jean-Louis Deniot hosted by Two Roads Development. Over the last decade, the Parisian interior design architect has secured himself at the forefront of the international design scene. Now, he’s bringing a slice of the French Mediterranean to Miami at Two Roads Development’s Elysee tower for his first stand-alone condo design project in the U.S., now under construction along the shores of Biscayne Bay.
Elysee is located at 700 Northeast 23rd Street in Miami's Edgewater neighborhood. The tower will rise 57-stories and was designed by architect Bernardo Fort-Brescia of Arquitectonica. Elysee will feature 100 half-floor and full-floor residences priced from $1.5 million to $14 million. The tower will feature 3-tiered telescoping shape will provide direct 180-degree bay and city views from every residence. Luxury residences at Elysee will include floor-to-ceiling glass windows and sliding doors, private elevators and foyers, 10' to 12' ceilings, designer finishes and fixtures, premium appliances, top-of-the-line Italian cabinetry, as well as two expansive east/west-facing terraces with 180-degree sunrise and sunset views. Interiors were designed by Paris-based interior architect and designer Jean-Louis Deniot. The 7th floor will feature an amenity deck which will include a resort-sized lap pool with a poolside refreshment bar, outdoor summer kitchen and barbecue terrace; waterfront fitness center and yoga studio; spa facilities with private sauna, steam and massage rooms; children’s lounge; and a blow-dry bar. The 30th-floor will feature an Owners Sky Lounge with Grand Salon lounge area and full bar; a Grand Dining Room with seating for up to 30 guests; a professional-grade chef’s kitchen and chef’s table; and a library/private theater, game room, and wine room. Cervera Real Estate is the exclusive sales team for Elysee. Delivery is expected for 2019.
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