First Look At Renzo Piano’s Newly Completed Eighty Seven Park In Miami Beach, His First Residential Project In The Western Hemisphere

Here’s a first look at Eighty Seven Park, the newly completed beachfront residential project in Miami Beach.

It is Renzo Piano’s first residential building in the Western Hemisphere.

Piano created a cantilevered design for the building that creates an illusion that Eighty Seven Park is floating above the ocean and park.

“The language we wanted to use for Eighty Seven Park is the language of lightness, a sense of a
lack of gravity. When I look at how the glass and suspended decks of the building appear to float,
and how they catch the sun and the light of the ocean, it’s fantastic,” said Renzo Piano.

Interiors were designed by RDAI in Paris, with design inspired by the natural surroundings of North Beach. West 8 of Rotterdam oversaw landscape, along with the redesign of the rebuilt North Shore park next door. A botanist will be on the condo staff to tend to the landscaping.

The building has attracted buyers including billionaire Jonathan Newhouse, the chairman of Condé Nast International, who spent $6.2 million on a condo. Tennis player Novak Djokovic bought a unit for $5.77 million.

A penthouse has been marketed for $68 Million.

Terra is the developer.

(Interior Images: Eighty Seven Park by Douglas Friedman/Exterior images : Eighty Seven Park by The Boundary)

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Anonymous
1 year ago

stunning and elegant

Anonymous
1 year ago

Gorgeous!!!

Anonymous
1 year ago

Wow absolutely stunning exterior photos!

A City Dude
1 year ago

it is truly beautiful… driving by it every day >>> it’s one of the few buildings that I actually think is sleek, beautiful, attractive, different and a bonus to the area!

Anonymous
1 year ago

Renzo is 82 years old. He’s not the bearded guy.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Is that hairy dude Renzo Piano?

Anonymous
1 year ago

No, that’s his cousin.

Anonymous
1 year ago

David Martin*

MiamiArchi
1 year ago

Lol. No that’s David Martin the developer

Anonymous
1 year ago

Bobolon

Justin Tyler
1 year ago

They have to rip out all of the interior pool courtyard fencing and a lot of the landscaping because the trees are dead! No permits for F&B or the spa.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Paradise

Realtalk Reilly
1 year ago

Nice building but what is that room in the second pic from the top, with the wood slats and what appears to be a bathtub on the right, and some sort of round table structure with towels on it? No shame in my game, I don’t mind admitting I don’t know what I’m looking at there.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Hammam Spa

Jose c
1 year ago

As an architect, and admirer of Renzo’s work I think he had an opportunity to do something amazing, as he usually does, and fell short. There must have been some developer’s constraints. But, I have not seen it in person, so I defer to other people’s comments.

Anonymous
1 year ago

As an architect, you guess that there “must have been developer constraints”.
Many architects would be thrilled to meet a single developer who didnt have contraints.

The building is gorgeous.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Way better than BIG’s twisty box monstrosities that replaced a far more icon tower.