Renderings revealed: a fresh look at Muse, Metropica and more

DDG also unveiled an updated look at 3550 South Ocean in South Palm Beach

Aug.August 10, 2017 03:15 PM

A trio of developers in South Florida are unveiling fresh renderings of their luxury condo developments in Sunny Isles Beach, Sunrise and Palm Beach.


Property Markets Group and S2 Development just released new renderings of the entrance and drop-off area and the residents’ lounge at Muse Residences in Sunny Isles Beach.

Architect Carlos Ott, along with Sieger Suarez Architects, designed the 68-unit, 49-story tower at 17141 Collins Avenue. It’s slated to open next year. The luxury condo project is about 76 percent sold with 16 units remaining, according to a spokesperson.

Condos at Muse range from $4.8 million to $17.5 million. Earlier this year, the developers partnered with alternative medicine advocate Dr. Deepak Chopra to sell “wellness packages” for some unit owners starting at $500,000 per unit.

Other amenities include a gym on the third floor, sauna, children’s play room, a “farm to table” lounge for residents, outdoor pool cafe and pet services. Antrobus & Ramirez is designing the interiors of the common areas, and Troy Dean Interiors will handle the units’ interiors. Custom artwork by Helidon Xhixha is also available to residents.

3550 South Ocean

Developer DDG is building 3550 South Ocean, a seven-story, 30-unit condo development in South Palm Beach.

The project, designed by Garcia Stromberg and Kobi Karp Architecture, is about 20 percent under contract since launching sales last year. Units start at nearly $1.9 million, and presales are being handled by Douglas Elliman.

Condos will range from 2,700 square feet to 3,400 square feet, according to a press release. The penthouses have rooftop terraces, while all unit owners will have access to a beachfront swimming pool, sundeck with a fire pit and outdoor kitchen, plus a fitness center.


Metropica One just released a new rendering of its spa.

Developer Joseph Kavana is building the 263-unit, 28-story tower at 1800 Northwest 136th Avenue in Sunrise. It’s the first of eight residential buildings planned for the master-planned community in west Broward.

Metropica One, previously called Yoo at Metropica, will have units ranging from 740 square feet to 1,369 square feet with prices ranging from $380,000 to $1.25 million. One Sotheby’s International Realty is handling sales for the condo tower.

Kavana secured a $64.5 million construction loan for the building earlier this year. In all, the $1.5 billion, 4-million-square-foot development will have more than 1,400 residential units, retail, dining and entertainment space, a wellness and fitness facility, a Central Park, public spaces, and recreational amenities.

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