A place bound by land and sea, but rising free of both. At the edge of the city, Eighty Seven Park is more than a building, it’s a landmark.
At this narrow point of Miami, water is everywhere. Yet, with easy connections to South Beach and BalHarbour, this coastal sanctuary offers all the benefits of life in one of the world’s most dynamic cities. Developed in collaboration with master architect and Pritzker Prize laureate Renzo Piano, Eighty Seven Park blurs the line between imagination and knowledge.
Space. It’s something we all crave. At Eighty Seven Park, it’s a commodity that can be found in abundance, inside and out. As the building blooms, towards the penthouse 16 decks up, it maintains a radiant presence in the neighborhood; the east/west orientation and the almost impossibly light cantilevered balconies sketching a gentle new outline on the Miami Beach skyline. Nature is woven into the very fabric of the building. In each generously appointed villa, the grains of oak, the flecks in the natural stone and the translucence of picture windows merge interior and exterior spaces into one beautiful whole. In the residents’ gardens, the ocean, the park and the city come together in an urban eden. In the lobby, home to the residents’ bar and lounge, contemporary furniture and local flora calm the senses. Outside, the shimmering blues of swimming pool and ocean dazzle the eye. There’s space to breathe, room to think, time to be, right here on Miami’s golden sands.