Biscayne Beach is a 51-story luxury condominium project developed by Florida-based Eastview Development and global real estate investment firm GTIS Partners, designed by celebrity interior designer Thom Filicia, and located in the East Edgewater neighborhood of Miami. Truly bringing the beach to the city, this 399-unit tower opened in June of 2017, unveiling exquisitely designed residences with a bayside beach club unlike any other.
As the first beach club in the city of Miami, Biscayne Beach delivers a new level of urban sophistication paired with every enjoyment of waterfront living. The 335 linear feet of land bordering Biscayne Bay offers a completely man-made beach, with pristine sands, beachside cabanas, towel service, and a swimming pier and dock. Residents can choose either to relax in tranquil luxury, with lavish outdoor furnishings and unparalleled bay views, or instead, find their fix of water sports, with access to jet skis, kayaks, paddle boards, rafts, and snorkel equipment. Fully equipped with a beach club bar and restaurant space, Biscayne Beach provides the very best of beachfront living amidst a downtown locale.
Conveniently situated just off Biscayne Boulevard, at 2900 NE 7th Ave, Biscayne Beach is found in one of Miami’s fastest-growing and most dynamic neighborhoods. The area is centrally located to countless lifestyle attractions, including The Design District (high end shopping center featuring brands such as Hermes, Cartier, YSL, and Louis Vuitton), Wynwood Miami, the shops at Midtown, and the Downtown Arts and Entertainment District (includes the Perez Art Museum, the Frost Science Museum, and the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts). Biscayne Beach is only 10 minutes from Miami International Airport, 10 minutes from South Beach or Miami Beach, and less than 10 minutes from MiamiCentral, the soon-to-open train station and home to the Brightline. The Brightline will be one of the most advanced passenger rail systems in the nation, offering service between Miami, Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, and Orlando, and further connecting all South Florida.
Biscayne Beach floor plans range from one to four bedrooms. All units at Biscayne Beach feature floor-to-ceiling glass windows, over-sized balconies, and breathtaking views of Biscayne Bay. High-end finishes include Snaidero® cabinetry in kitchen and baths, quartz countertops, and premium ceramic fixtures in every bathroom. All kitchens at Biscayne Beach feature Miele® stainless steel appliances (microwave, stovetop, oven, and hood), dishwasher, and refrigerator, complete with matching Snaidero® exteriors, along with an over-sized single-basin stainless steel sink. Every residence has a full-size washer and dryer. Biscayne Beach penthouse residences feature 12- to 14-foot ceilings, expansive outdoor living spaces, spacious master bedrooms with private terraces, and spa-inspired master bathrooms with his & hers closets. Upper penthouse two-story residences feature upper and lower living rooms, both formal and informal dining rooms, and sky terraces with private pools and summer kitchens. Offering some of the best views in Miami, the Biscayne Beach penthouses are considered by some to be the most prized properties in Edgewater Miami and of the best luxury real estate for sale in Miami.
Designer Thom Filcia of Thom Filicia, Inc drew his inspiration for Biscayne Beach from the sand, sea, and the city. Mixing woods and natural elements with both raw and refined materials, he sought to create an environment that is comfortable, yet sophisticated. His bold, livable, and luxurious New American style has made him an Elle Décor A-List Designer, and one of House Beautiful’s Top 100 designers. From the lobby and lounge areas to the beach club and great rooms, Filicia’s trademark style is unmistakable.
Biscayne Beach offers a lifestyle with the best of beachside and city living, along with uncompromised quality, breathtaking views, unparalleled privacy, and an ultimate level of luxury design in one of Miami’s most robust neighborhoods. Before it’s opening, South Florida residents chose between living toes in the sand, or at the heart of the city. Now, they can indulge in both.