Muse Residences in Sunny Isles Beach Reaches Milestone: It topped off on January 20, 2017.
Property Markets Group (PMG) and partner, S2 Development, announce today that Muse Residences in Sunny Isles Beach tops off. The exclusive 68-unit, 649 foot, glass tower offers the most rare and unique design with a curvature at the core of the development. A visually unique residential building in South Florida, Muse Residences is conceptually designed by Carlos Ott and architect of record, Sieger Suarez.
“Muse Residences is a unique and exclusive opportunity for only 68 buyers,” said Ryan Shear, Principal of Property Markets Group. “This top off is a monumental milestone. We are extremely proud of this property and are looking forward delivering these homes in early 2018.”
Buyers at Muse Residences will have the opportunity to sit with Troy Dean Interiors, a world-class design firm that offers a turnkey approach in customization for luxury living, to furnish their future homes. In addition, a personalized work of art by Helidon Xhixha will be custom made for each residence and delivered to the homes at move in.
Antrobus & Ramirez, a Miami based interior design firm has been commissioned to design the common areas. Once complete, Muse Residences will state-of-the-art technologies, breathtaking panoramic ocean views, oversized outdoor living spaces, floor through spacious floor plans, private elevators, up to 12’ ceilings and floor to ceiling windows.
“The exterior design of Muse Residences will forever change and enhance the skyline of Sunny Isles Beach,” said Marc Schmulian, President of S2 Development. “The twist of the building is remarkable architecture that no other development offers in the area.”
The building focuses on unparalleled amenities such as a farm to table residents’ lounge, a vanishing edge pool, sauna, a world-class fitness center, outdoor resort style food and beverage services, automated parking system, biometric technology, and first-class pet services.
Located in Sunny Isles Beach, Muse Residences contributes to the transformation in the area into a chic city and global destination. In December 2016, ISG World reported that there is currently $11.5 billion in new development projects in Sunny Isles Beach. The city continues to thrive and recently experienced its lowest vacancy rate in over a decade at a mere six percent. The Miami Report goes on to project a complete inventory sellout of the remaining 249 completed and under construction units in Sunny Isles towards the end of 2018.