For decades, the Shore Club hotel, which was designed by Albert Anis and completed in 1949, has been an iconic presence on Miami Beach, a three-acre playground in the sand that has epitomized the cachet of the locale. Now, the Shore Club is taking a major step forward with the launch of the Shoreclub Private Collection, 49 residences designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects set within a 200-foot-tall oceanfront tower.
The residences, marketed exclusively by Douglas Elliman Development Marketing, start at approximately $6 million and represent the architecture firm’s first-ever oceanfront project and first residential project on Miami Beach. The 18-story rounded tower, filled with nautical and yachting references, will create an iconic silhouette on the Miami Beach skyline and is composed of three staggered tiers that will yield vast undulating terraces, with no two floorplans exactly alike. RAMSA collaborated with Miami-based Kobi Karp Architecture & Interior Design on the project.
Developed by Witkoff and Monroe Capital, the Shore Club is being preserved and reinvented as a boutique five-star resort by Auberge Resorts Collection. Designed by Bryan O’Sullivan Studio, it will be known as Shoreclub and consist of 75 suites. As the jewel in the crown, Shoreclub Private Collection residences will also be serviced by Auberge but offer privacy and seclusion within the five-star resort—including amenities, a pool and gardens exclusive to residents. Completely unique to the Shoreclub Private Collection will be one signature 6,000-square-foot single-family beach house, also newly coned and designed by RAMSA.