6080 Collins Avenue Beach House launches sales

Miami /
Jun.June 12, 2015 01:30 PM

A joint venture between Urbis Real Estate and Domus Group, led by a group of Argentine developers and architects, announced the launch of 6080 Collins Avenue Beach House, a new condo-hotel project in Mid-Miami Beach.

The proposed $30 million, six-story hotel residence with Streamline Moderne architecture, will have 70 studios and one-bedroom residences, starting at $263,000.

Studios will average 385 square feet; one-bedrooms 460 square feet, with varied floor plan configurations, according to a release. Each unit will have a deep private balcony, with corner units featuring a wrap-around terrace. Three ground level residences will have a private garden.

The project, which is across the street from waterfront properties, is designed by Chisholm Architects, with execution by Charles H. Benson Associates.

The Sandberg Nortmann Group at Douglas Elliman Real Estate is handling sales. So far, more than 30 percent of the units have been pre-sold to investors from Latin America and the United States, the release said.

Among its features, the development will have a rooftop pool and gym, water wall, Jacuzzi hot tubs, lobby entrance, café, Wifi, housekeeping, concierge app and valet parking. Each unit will have designer furnishings and high-end finishings, the release said.

Groundbreaking is scheduled for the fall, with completion projected by winter 2016.

Alex Rakover, Flavio Rossato and Pablo Hoberman lead 6080 Collins, LLC, a joint venture of Urbis Real Estate and Domus Group.  6080 Collins Avenue Beach House will be affiliated with the hospitality company Eskape COLLECTION- apartments + hotels, headed by Rossato. The company specializes in managing single-family and boutique properties, including 1215 on West and 1818 Meridian House, both in South Beach.  — Ina Cordle


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