Phase one of Southgate Towers’ $40M renovation complete

Southgate Towers in Miami Beach
Rendering of Southgate Towers in Miami Beach

Southgate Towers, a 1960s apartment building in Miami Beach, completed the first phase of its $40 million renovation, ADD Inc. announced recently.

The completed North Tower includes a new facade, 242 redesigned units, a lobby, fitness center with yoga room, and restaurant and retail space, according to a press release.

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The two buildings at 900 West Avenue will share a resort-style pool, cabanas, spa pool, waterfront restaurant and bar, and private marina with boat slips.

The second phase is scheduled for completion in December 2015, and includes a new facade and 253 redesigned units. The 14-story towers were built by the late developer Nathan Gumenick, according to the press release. Gumenick Properties owns and manages the development.

ADD Inc., now with Stantec, is also working on the Shore Club renovation and the Berkeley Shore hotel in Miami Beach. — Katherine Kallergis