Arquitectonica-Designed Condo Building Proposed In Surfside

Plans were filed this week with the town of Surfside for a new condo building designed by Arquitectonica, according to the SFBJ.

The new building is proposed to rise 12 stories and include:

  • 27 residential units
  • 71 parking spaces

Units sizes are mostly four bedrooms, with a number of two bedrooms also planned.

Amenities will include a rooftop pool, steam room, sauna, and fitness center.

An existing condo building, the 34-unit Regent Palace, would be torn down to make way for the new building. The Regent Palace has been declared unsafe and is vacant, and the new developer has already acquired 32 of the units and terminated a land lease under the building.

R Palace Surfside LLC, managed by Vivian Dimond, is the developing entity. An affiliate of developer Multiplan provided a mortgage on the property. Multiplan is also developing the 57 Ocean project in Miami Beach.

 

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Azarius
2 months ago

Nice addition… out with the old in with the new

Anonymous
2 months ago

That’s right! Another beaut by Arquitectonica!

Anonymous
2 months ago

Another boob from Arquitectonica.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Starting at $4M

Anonymous
2 months ago

Bargain.

Anon
2 months ago

Elegant

Anonymous
2 months ago

Reminds me of the Kengo Kuma design

Fern
2 months ago

I don’t like the idea of a building being torn down and replaced with *fewer* units while we’re in the midst of a housing short

Yet Another Anonymous
2 months ago

They are very large four bedroom units that possibly could have families not just investors. A few years ago there was a shortage of large many bedroom condos.

Anonymous
1 month ago

They won’t have families. Look at similar buildings on South Beach. Empty.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Are you saying all the muti-million dollar condos YOU see on South Miami Beach (I’m saying what the area really is) are empty or just a few?

Anonymous
1 month ago

It’s a fact that most of them are empty. Florida is the state with the highest number of international property investors and most of them do not have their primary residence here.

Anonymous
1 month ago

^ I guess you’ll never understand what a capitalistic system really means.

Gregory Sandoval
1 month ago

Ho hum. Another stepped plan edge, all glass terrarium, with continuous terraces and a slab up top. And they sell these bare ass ‘designer ready’ things for $2000 per foot! It’s plastic housing for plastic people.

Anon
1 month ago

Sounds like jealousy to me

anon anon
1 month ago

Money is wasted on the wealthy

Anonymous
2 months ago

Bleh, apart from the fact Regent Palace had a parking lot right at the street, nothing is an improved with this new building, that will probably have a shorter lifespan. I liked Regent Palace. It appeared almost to be a transitory architectural style between Streamline Moderne and Mid-Century.

george
2 months ago

How much money did the owners of old Regent Palace condos receive in the buy out by Vivian Diamond? Paraphrasing the song made famous by Marilyn Monroe Was “Diamonds a condo owners best friend”?lol

Joe Blow
1 month ago

right next to the community center though….

Anonymous
2 months ago

71 parking spaces?!? Que pasa?

miami lad
2 months ago

too soon?

Anonymous
2 months ago

This is not on the site you’re referencing. It’s about 6 blocks north.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Yeah but that site just sold to be built soon.

Anon
1 month ago

Good