Even in Miami, there are just some condos that stand apart from the others. 350 Meridian, developed by the Olivine Group and sitting in Miami Beach’s South of Fifth neighborhood on 350 Meridian Ave, is one such building. Finished in early 2015, this three-story building houses four boutique luxury condominiums: , the 1,999 square foot three bedroom, three bathroom “Beach House;” the 2,200 square foot penthouse “Treehouse;” the 1,620 square foot two bedroom, two bathroom “Pied a Terre;” and the 3,000 square foot penthouse “Sky House.” While each unit has a different theme, they all follow flowing open floor plans that pour out onto wide shaded terraces and they are all sold out.
Each unit is graced with blocks of Grey Calcutta marble and Bamboo Travertine in the kitchen and bathroom. The rooms are knit together by chic, glistening pure white glass Microcrystal and ruggedly stylish oak wood floors that add a refined opulence. Befitting such modern styling and attention to detail, the kitchens are outfitted with top-of-the-line appliances, including Wolf stove tops and ovens, Sub-Zero refrigerators, and a Lutron home automation system that enables residents to control the lights, HVAC, music, television, shades, and more through your cell phone or tablet. Furthermore, the units already come partially furnished with top tier design brands such as Artefacto, Jalan-Jalan, and Sharron Lewis. Each item has been individually and expertly curated and placed to enhance the unity and cohesion of the unit. With all these top shelf touches, it is not a surprise that the “Sky House” unit was sold at $1,482 per square foot, a record breaking price for non-waterfront units in the area.
No expense was spared nor detail overlooked in building 350 Meridian to provide its residents’ unparalleled style and comfort.