An eight-story condo building dubbed 42 Pine has launched sales in Miami Beach.
Residences will range from 700 to 2,700 square feet with pricing from $700,000 to $4 million. Units will include high-end finishes and feature terraces with glass railings.
Amenities will include pool, spa, cabanas and a yoga and mediation lawn surrounded by tropical landscaping. The building will also offer a fitness center, game room, media lounge and children’s playroom. Staffing will include concierge, doorman, valet and porter service.
Architecture and interiors are handled by Arquitectonica.
“This building represents an important urban design step for the area, adding quality development along its western frontage,” Bernardo Fort-Brescia, principal of Arquitectonica, said in a news release. “We drew our inspiration for the design of 42 Pine from the idea of a hill town. The expression is one of individual villa clusters to create a vertical neighborhood. The concept is reinforced by the use of contrasting materials that highlight the cubic village idea.”
The project, at 340 W. 42nd St., is expected to finish by the end of 2023. Sales and marketing is managed by Mushka Jacobson with Douglas Elliman.
“New development in Miami Beach is scarce, and this project presents a rare opportunity to own a home of this caliber in one of the most in-demand areas — setting a new standard for luxury on 41st Street,” said Jay Phillip Parker, CEO of Douglas Elliman Florida.