The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Miami Beach

The Ritz-Carlton residences, Miami Beach, are ideally suited to attract the New York buyer. The elegant design, the anti-cookie-cutter floor plans, being on the water with access to the boating lifestyle, exclusive world-class amenities, and of course, resort-style living managed by the world’s leading hospitality brand, The Ritz-Carlton—all in all, these luxury residences are worlds apart from N.Y.C. A development unlike any other, The Residences offers protected panoramic views of the calming water and lush gardens in addition to both of the Miami and the Miami Beach skylines.
A mid-rise ultra-luxury development nestled on the shores of Surprise Lake where ocean and lake meet—essentially, residents have their own private channel—owners enjoy a unique waterfront oasis within a tranquil residential community. An amazing and peaceful alternative for those who are so used to the “monolithic building” lifestyle and are looking for more space.
The expansive (over seven acres), amenity-rich property will feature gardens, pools, entertainment spaces, and a private marina with 36 boat dock slips; a private, on-site captained VanDutch 40-foot Day Yacht; the world’s first residential art studio; a private cinema-style screening room; indoor/outdoor spa; a state-of-the-art fitness center; a half-acre rooftop pool deck with private cabanas and gourmet restaurant; pet grooming facilities; indoor and outdoor yoga studios; meditation garden; carwash facilities; a waterfront bar and social room; and more!
Piero Lissoni’s first full-scale residential architectural project in the United States brings an enormous array of amenities right to your doorstep. Comprised of 111 residences and 15 single-family villas, additional features include custom-designed Boffi kitchens and bathrooms. The two- to five-bedroom homes range in size from 1,922 to over 10,000 square feet, in a selection of over 60 unique floor plans. With over 65% of the residences sold, the trend is clear: over 20% of those buyers are New Yorkers.