New Standard for Living

When the project is completed by the middle of next year, the inverted logo on the outside of The Standard in Midtown Miami will imply to some that the builders of this 12-story development have turned residential life upside down. But early glimpses of the boutique hotel brand’s first residential concept suggest that, in truth, The Standard is giving future residents what they want—and then some.

Look no further than the Stadium, an air-conditioned space that takes the pickleball phenomenon that’s sweeping the country and embellishes it with disco balls and music. From the pickleball court, it’s a short walk to a social lounge that boasts a karaoke bar and screening room—or, for those still in the mood to exercise, a state-of-the-art “sweat room” with fitness accessories, a sauna, a steam room and a yoga studio. The building is topped with lush landscaping that frames a 60-foot, resort-style pool. 

The 228 residences at The Standard—studios, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom units that recall the “pieds-á-terre of the West Village of New York and the Left Banks of Paris”—will invoke the chic but functional vibe familiar to fans of the hotel. Expect custom Italian cabinetry in the gourmet kitchens, oversized bathrooms and ceramic wood plank flooring. Visit the standardmiamiresidences.com to learn more. 

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