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Southgate Towers gets new look from $40M upgrade

Stantec finished the makeover of the two-building, bay-front apartment complex in Miami Beach
September 17, 2016 02:30PM

The infinity swimming pool at Southgate Towers in Miami Beach

The infinity swimming pool at Southgate Towers in Miami Beach

Architecture and design firm Stantec finished the final phase of a $40 million renovation of Southgate Towers, a two-building, bay-front apartment property in Miami Beach.

Stantec redesigned 253 units in the south tower and 242 in the north tower at Southgate, located at 900 West Avenue.

Both of the 14-story buildings have a new facade with glass rails, and the buildings’ residents share a new infinity swimming pool with a Jacuzzi and cabanas.

The renovated main lobby located between the two buildings features a bar area and glass doors that provide expansive views of Biscayne Bay.

Gumenick Properties in Henrico, Virginia, owns and manages Southgate Towers, built in 1960 by developer Nathan Gumenick.

Stantec  is working on other prominent real estate projects, including Luma at Miami Worldcenter, Solitair in Brickell, Jade Signature in collaboration with Pritzker Prize-winner Herzog & de Meuron and The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Miami Beach in collaboration with Italian designer Piero Lissoni.