Five-star condominium Mr. C Residences will be built in one of the most prestigious areas of Miami, Florida — Coconut Grove, 250 meters from the shady coastline of Biscayne Bay. The original building, which partly resembles a sail, was designed by one of the best specialists of the renowned architectural company Arquitectonica, Raymond Fort. Contemporary European comfort combined with classic Old World beauty is a concept that will be embodied in a 20-storey residential complex at 2655 S. Bayshore Drive.
Mr. C Residences Coconut Grove Miami, Florida will offer customers 112 apartments of various layouts. Apartments for one, two, three and four bedrooms will delight the most discerning connoisseurs of luxury due to the painstaking work of the best specialists from the New York design firm Meyer Davis and the designers of the hotel chain Mr. C. The residences will have 3.35 meter high ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows and spacious terraces. The premises will be equipped with Venetian terrazzo and quartz countertops, Italian cabinets and appliances from premium technology manufacturers Subzero and Wolf. European porcelain floors and interiors in browns, blues and beige complete sophisticated European design with classic touches in a modern twist.
Balconies and terraces have stunning views on the parks and gardens of Coconut Grove, the surrounding islands and Biscayne Bay water areas. Beaches and boat docks can be reached within a few minutes' walk, and Italian restaurants and resident amenities are within walking distance. A special gourmet market will become a special feature of the condominium. You can spend time in a pleasant company of guests or other residents in a spacious lounge area with a juice bar, and common areas decorated with plants will ensure the best relaxation.
Apartments ranging from 60 up to 246 sq. m. can be purchased at prices ranging from $600,000 to $3-3.5 million.
Mr. C brand has an amazing history of nearly a century. The name of the company comes from the surname Cipriani, which has been carried by four generations of famous Italian developers. In 1931, the patriarch of the Cipriani family founded the legendary Harry's bar in Venice, which is today one of the city's landmarks. Ernest Hemingway, Truman Capote, Orson Welles were its habitues, and in 2001 the Italian Ministry of Cultural Affairs declared Harry's a national monument. Over the next decades, the Cipriani family built many restaurants and clubs around the world, and in 2011 Ignazio and Maggio Cipriani built the first Mr. C. Today the brand is known for its organic blend of classic European luxury, elegance and high comfort.
The completion of Mr. C Residences Coconut Grove construction is planned to be in 2022.