A joint venture between Mast Capital, one of South Florida’s most active real estate development and investment firms, and an affiliate of Starwood Capital Group, a leading global private investment firm, has today announced the launch of reservations at The Perigon, Miami Beach’s only pre-construction, ultra-luxury condominium directly on Miami Beach’s oceanfront.
Designed by a team of the world’s most respected design luminaries, The Perigon will become one of the most recognizable buildings in the Mid Beach neighborhood, and will be the area’s first residential project designed by OMA New York, the internationally acclaimed firm founded by Rem Koolhaas. Situated at 5333 Collins Avenue along the tranquil stretch of sand between Indian Creek and the Atlantic Ocean, The Perigon was conceived as Miami Beach’s premier destination for oceanfront living.
Its bold, terraced design rises 17 stories above the shoreline, and features elegant interiors by Tara Bernerd, the inimitable interior architect known for her hotel and private yacht projects. The tower also offers a seamless connection to nature, via lush gardens and serene water features envisioned by Gustafson Porter+Bowman, the landscape architecture firm responsible for redesigning the green space at the Eiffel Tower and delivering the powerful Princess Diana Memorial Fountain in London’s Hyde Park. The construction expected to complete in 2025.
Featuring 82 residences, The Perigon offers spacious two- to four-bedroom residences designed by Tara Bernerd, with light-filled open floor plans ranging in size from 2,100 to 6,700 square feet. The estates in the sky include the highest quality finishes, direct water views, 10-foot ceiling heights, 10- to 12-foot deep wraparound terraces and custom Italian kitchen cabinetry designed by Tara Bernerd. They will blend the intimacy of a single-family villa with the vistas of a high-rise tower, taking advantage of the building location’s unique potential for dual-waterfront living.
The architecture at The Perigon is another key component to the condominium’s high-end lifestyle. OMA designed the building as a series of “towers,” rotated to orient and enhance views from all residences toward the Atlantic Ocean, while also optimizing views of Biscayne Bay and the Miami skyline overlooking Miami Beach. The towers are merged and lifted into a singular form that responds to the panoramic views and frees the ground-plane below, creating the appearance that the building is only gently touching the ground.
The resulting reduced footprint maximizes space for the gardens below. A subtle contrast in shape between the towers—organic meeting orthogonal—highlights their juxtaposition. The design for the interlocking towers will obtain LEED Gold certification when completed. In addition to impeccable design, The Perigon will deliver world-class service and unrivaled amenity spaces that embrace its tranquil setting on the water.
An oceanfront restaurant, speakeasy-style bar and a conservatory with a daily breakfast bar will be exclusively available to residents, and a sunrise lounge and terrace will be accessible for events and entertaining. Residents can enjoy a beachfront swimming pool and hot tub, and a fully landscaped deck complete with cabanas and sunbeds. Other amenities include a spa with sauna and treatment rooms, ocean view fitness center, children’s playroom, private salon, screening room, wine room, guest suites and a dramatic double-height lobby lounge.
The spaces will be activated by a dedicated lifestyle concierge and residential butler. Residents can also take advantage of 24-hour security, valet, house car, pool and beach service, in-residence dining and more. Situated in the Mid Beach neighborhood, residents at The Perigon will be at the center of the city and its most exciting offerings. Perfectly balancing relaxation and exploration, the quiet enclave adjacent to the famous La Gorce Country Club offers the luxury of privacy, as well as close proximity to major art and cultural institutions like the Bass Museum. Source by The Perigon and images Courtesy of Binyan Studies.