Life on Lincoln

If you’re a fan of famed designers Herzog & de Meuron, and developer Robert Wennett, there’s some great news: Residence Two at 1111, a stunning 4,035 sq. ft. property designed by the trio, is listed for $2.999M. You might recognize Wennett as the man behind the iconic Pritzker Prize-winning, Herzog & de Meuron-designed, 1111 Lincoln Road garage (Which sold for $283M in 2017), where his mansion sits atop.

To no surprise, Wennett and his Herzog & de Meuron team of famed designers transformed the area outside the garage by introducing luxury retail spaces and chic dining destinations topped off with condos that float atop the meticulously designed retail and dining hot spot. Known as the little sister to the 1111 Lincoln Road garage, The Residences at 1111 by Herzog & de Meuron, introduce a new standard of living—the spectrum of life in the Lincoln Road/Sunset Harbour area of Miami Beach has been reimagined.

Floating above the posh South Beach block, this sanctuary is enveloped by multiple gardens created by Raymond Jungles, whom you may recognize for his work in the revamp of the iconic Ford Foundation Building. Residence Two at 1111 is currently listed at $2.999M with Tom Belcher and Dina Goldentayer of Douglas Elliman, and features spectacular finishes and designs throughout the 3-bedroom, 3.5 bath 4,035 sq. ft. property.

Natural light floods the oak-floored open space through custom Peetz wood and glass sliding doors. Considered a condo but with elements of a single-family home, the perfected residence gives a grand feel from the moment of arrival with 10 ft. ceilings, designer baths with custom Corian Sinks, free floating tubs and rain showers, Cerra Marble, and white oak floors. All of this encompasses the interior space, while the outdoors feature Pedra Portuguesa flooring.

Buyers have the opportunity to live in one of the only designed residences in the U.S. by Herzog & de Meuron; from the staged furnishings to the lifestyle of living, every detail has been envisioned by the Pritzker Prized-designers. To top off the purchase of this condo, buyers will also benefit from a VIP Beach Club Membership to the Edition Hotel, just blocks away from the property. For developer Robert Wennett, the evolution of South Florida does not stop here, as he has teamed up with the Danish starchitect Bjarke Ingles to build a massive mixed-use complex in Miami’s Allapattah neighborhood with residential, office, retail, hotel, and school components.

The listing agents are Tom Belcher and Dina Goldentayer of Douglas Elliman Real Estate who currently hold this exclusive listing.

Photo Credit: Kris Tamburello for Douglas Elliman