Muse Residences Completes Construction In Sunny Isles, Closings Underway

The glassy Muse Residences in Sunny Isles has completed construction, and delivery of units to buyers is now underway.

Muse features an unusual curvature in its design, with a concept created by architect Carlos Ott. The architect of record is Sieger Suarez.

The 47-story tower stands 649 feet tall, the maximum height above sea level permitted in Sunny Isles. It is approximately the same height in feet as some of downtown Miami’s tallest building, including the 57-story SLS Lux in Brickell (which is 654 feet above sea level).

Just 68 ultra-luxury units were built.

County records show that three units were closed on by buyers so far (the county clerk is often slow in recording records). They include:

  • Unit 2701 (bought for $5.1 million)
  • Unit 1101 (bought for $4.75 million)
  • Unit 2401 (bought for $5.87 million)

Construction began in August 2015, with completion in under 3 years.

The developers are PMG and S2 Development.

 

 

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Polo
3 years ago

Beautiful tower, too bad is not in downtown Miami.

Polo
3 years ago

to bad….

Anonymous
3 years ago

… also, it’s pronounced like this; “it’s not in downtown Miami.”

Anonymous
3 years ago

I see… some people in Miami hate to see correct pronunciation.

Anonymous
3 years ago

If the case, some idiot “elected official” would want the grey strip along the side to have some public “art.” Like a giant pencil or tribal tattoo.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Muse should have been 300 Biscayne and at 1049 feet.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Very nice buildings in Sunny Isles. I wish that guy that owns all the shopping centers could do something nicer. His retail diminish all that valuable real estate.

Jesus
3 years ago

Sunny Isles Beach always makes the nice looking skyscrapers. Imagine if the west side of Sunny Isles Beach driving down Collins was also developed like this! It would feel like Dubai to a certain “height” of course.

William
3 years ago

Very Cool Building. Congrats to the development team.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Gorgeous. Wish we could have building like this in Miami.

Brochacho
3 years ago

Why the gripe? Sunny Isles is an extension of Miami.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Hardly. Check out 8pm Friday night….tumbleweeds.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Another design where the crown was not included in the final project. Are these crowns against code? Possible hazards during hurricanes?

Anonymous
3 years ago

Crown? Why does a building need a Crown?

Anonymous
3 years ago

It was in the original design and then removed. Why remove it?

Anonymous
3 years ago

Armchair Architect!

Brochacho
3 years ago

to tickle our fancies….and hide unsightly cooling towers.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Value engineering…

HyperJunk
3 years ago

3 closings? Yeah okay. That stretch of Collins sucks. Not sure why anyone would want to live there. Cool building though.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Why can’t we have more stuff like this is Downtown Miami?

mondocondo
3 years ago

Apples and oranges in terms of unit mix, which carries through to the design. Cheers

Anonymous
3 years ago

looks more evil than one thousand museum

Anonymous
3 years ago

Hard to achieve that level of evil.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Terrible over run with high risers. Greedy commissioners and developers

Rigo
3 years ago

Beautiful building and nice addition to the skyline. If only Miami Beach would take a page from Sunny Isles’ playbook and stop pandering to the NIMBY and preservationist crowd which is preventing the city from moving ahead. If these same folks were as powerful in Sunny Isles, the 1-2 story historic motor lodges that used to line Collins would still be here and deemed historic, and we would have none of these amazing developments. Which is better? Seriously…

Anonymous
3 years ago

No pool on penthouse terrace!

Anonymous
3 years ago

Nice building, but every time I see pics of sunny isles condos it gives me the feeling of a ghost city…abandoned.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Some people actually want to live in a “ghost city.”

Anonymous
3 years ago

Small balconys

monodocondo
3 years ago

You can’t really tell from these renderings. Actually fairly decently sized. Cheers

Anonymous
3 years ago

yes, very – we went by yesterday and saw the same first-hand – except for the 5 or so units.

Anonymous
3 years ago

no joke, they’re probably amongst the largest balconies delivered in a high rise condo in at least the most recent cycle. One of the all time dumb comments

Anonymous
3 years ago

Lol… boy, you really have to make a really “dumb comment” on TNM to be in that category.