321 Ocean2017-12-03T07:35:56+00:00

Project Description

321 Ocean

321 Ocean is an exclusive collection of 21 luxury residences in the heart of Miami Beach’s most desirable neighborhood, South of Fifth. Each home is a unique creation in an intimate and breathtaking setting.

Building Features

  • 24-hour valet service

  • Concierge

  • Security

  • On-site management and engineer

  • Beachfront, infinity-edge, heated pool

  • The Garden at 321: an exquisitely landscaped urban oasis fashioned by world-renowned designer Enzo Enea

  • Fit 321: elite fitness center overlooking Ocean Drive

  • The Ocean Library: resident lounge featuring unique collection of art, architecture and culinary books

  • Beach service and attendants


  • Creative space with rents 30% lower than competitive, surrounding buildings

  • $24 million complete renovation of 1926 art deco-style building

  • Building naming rights available

  • Dedicated areas for bike lockers and showers

  • High-quality building finishes

  • LEED Gold (certification pending)

  • The building uses an extraordinary energy management system with “HighMass” – radiant heating/cooling throughout all spaces of the building; utility savings estimated at 40% compared to typical office space.

  • Balconies on top floor with excellent southern views of the city and West Hills

  • Mt. Hood, Willamette River, Convention Center, Downtown and Pearl District views

  • Open/exposed ceilings

  • Turnkey improvements

  • “Creative Entrepreneurial” Concept LOBBY​

  • Accent walls are recycled steel cladding; wood walls are stacked, reclaimed structural timbers, the freestanding wall utilizes steel I-beams as a frame

  • Low VOC paints throughout

  • Large format porcelain tile flooring contains 27% post-industrial recycled content. Alternate choice for flooring is reclaimed hardwood

  • Energy efficient LED lighting fixtures

  • Most finishes shown contribute to current LEED Indoor Air Quality and Materials & Resources credits, with a focus on re-use/reclamation and recycled content

  • Local artisans will construct the open conference room table out of locally reclaimed maple slabs with a base made from recycled metal and/or rail yard parts

  • All furniture can be specified to contribute to current LEED Indoor Air Quality and Materials & Resources credits

Project Details




Miami Beach, FL




Coastal Construction

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