Bentley Bay South Beach undergoes renovation

Miami /
Nov.November 23, 2015 03:00 PM

Bentley Bay South Beach, a waterfront condominium tower in Miami Beach, is in the midst of a $500,000 revamp. 

The development’s condo association hired South Florida-based Eclipse Building Corp. to complete the renovation of the north and south tower’s lobbies, according to a press release.

Bentley Bay, at 520 West Avenue, was developed by Ricardo Olivier in 2004. The 3,000-square-foot revamp includes replacing the development’s nautical-themed lobbies with marble floors and columns, new draping and chandeliers. It’s slated for completion in early January.

The renovation follows the reopening of SOHO Bay, a 12,000-square-foot Japanese and Brazilian restaurant in the south tower’s commercial space. It reopened in October, according to the Miami New Times.

In South Florida, Eclipse is working on the buildout for Stellino’s Trattoria & Bar in Doral and Trust & Co. in Coral Gables, the latter of which is leasing 6,000 square feet at 2 Aragon Avenue. The general contractor and construction management firm specializes in high-end retail, restaurant and hospitality projects, according to the release. – Katherine Kallergis


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