Ocean Park South Beach Offers The Perfect Lifestyle Balance in One of Miami Beach's Most Charming Enclaves

By Anetta Nowosielska | March 11, 2020 | Home & Real Estate

A new residential development with only 10 sure-to-be-coveted residences is aiming to be South of Fifth’s hottest new address.

terraceview03.jpgOcean Park South Beach’s residents terrace

Arguably one of Miami Beach’s most charming enclaves, South of Fifth is revered for its suburban feel, tree-shaded streets and sunset happy hours at Smith & Wollensky. As the old real estate adage goes: Location is everything. Now, a new residential development hopes that idyllic charm by the beach, just blocks from everything 33139 offers, attracts buyers seeking just that kind of lifestyle balance. With only 10 residences over four stories and nestled between Ocean Drive and Marjory Stoneman Douglas Park, Ocean Park South Beach is the antithesis to the nearby gigantic towers just a few blocks north.

exteriorview0402.jpgOcean Park South Beach’s facade

“Luxury living is defined by tangible and intangible elements and experiences, which will be the very essence of Ocean Park South Beach,” says Marcelo Kingston, managing principal of Multiplan Real Estate Asset Management, the project’s developer (also the firm behind 57 Ocean on Millionaire’s Row). “A seaside setting as incredible as this one, coupled with the splendor of the South of Fifth surroundings and the adjacent park, will epitomize oceanfront living at its finest.”

prebedroom01.jpga bedroom in one of the building’s 10 residences

Designed by the acclaimed Revuelta Architecture International firm, with interiors by Marcela Lombana and landscaping by Gardner Semler, the property (slated for completion in December 2021) encapsulates thoughtfully designed floor plans, sophisticated yet organic interiors, expansive terraces and a variety of curated amenities. Its two- to three-bedroom residences (from $1.5 million) feature private elevators that open directly into home foyers, 10-foot ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, light solid oak wood and natural stone flooring, and kitchens by Poliform. The two- to four-bedroom penthouses (from $6 million) with 2,393-square-foot interiors and massive terraces will be marked by 12-foot ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, an upgraded appliance package and a rooftop deck with a private spa pool, summer kitchen and dedicated powder room.

terraceview01.jpgthe 36-foot pool of the residents terrace

In addition to lushly landscaped tropical outdoor areas, there will be a 36-foot pool with Italian-designed poolside chaise lounges and umbrellas, an outdoor relaxation spa with a Jacuzzi, a poolside summer kitchen and an alfresco dining area, all combined to offer a serene reprieve from the hustle and bustle of South Beach. Sales gallery: 135 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, 305.800.7623



Photography by: courtesy of Ocean Park South Beach