Although it may not appear so given the slate of soaring high-rise towers changing the South Florida residential skyline, good things occasionally do come in smaller projects—at least in Miami’s thriving Faena District.
Twenty-Nine Indian Creek, breaking ground this spring, promises only seven stories of sophisticated living. But what it lacks in height it more than makes for in a luxury vision that preserves the past and looks to the future. Expect eight three-bedroom residences, one mammoth full-floor penthouse and a slice of local history—a 1930s-era building that JMH Development will restore and relocate, creating two more townhomes with design that honors its Art Deco origin.
Layouts will capitalize on the building’s footprint overlooking downtown Miami and Biscayne Bay with floor-to-ceiling windows and spacious terraces. Interior highlights include gourmet chef’s kitchens with custom cabinetry and marble countertops, as well as spa-inspired bathrooms that boast freestanding soaking tubs.
Urban Robot Associates will bring the architecture, interiors and landscaping to life—with sales being handled by One Sotheby’s International Realty. Residences start at 1,750 square feet (the largest layout encompasses 4,800 square feet) with prices ranging from $2.5 million to $10 million.
“There is nothing else like [this project] in the area,” says Daniel de la Vega, president of One Sotheby’s. “Twenty-Nine Indian Creek presents a rare opportunity to own a home of this caliber just steps from the beach, with the ideal combination of privacy and access.”
Visit 29-indiancreek.com for more details.