Unlike most of the Art Deco buildings dotting Miami Beach, which rise only to a few stories, Helen Mar Condos presents a rare opportunity for lovers of design and the sea. This seven-story building is high enough to offer views of the ocean unseen in buildings from its era.
Built in 1936, this Lake Pancoast Drive complex on Miami Beach is known for its easily recognized facade, which has been splayed across the likes of such prestigious design publications as Ocean Drive and Architectural Digest. The seven-story building is accompanied by a second, two-story building from the 1950s. Between the two, there are 86 units available at this Josh Stein property.
Many of them include ocean views through oversized windows. Several also have private balconies for a truly Miami experience. All include top-of-the-line kitchens, bathrooms and living areas. Coming in or out of Helen Mar Condos, you'll pass through an impressive lobby with rich wooden accents and polished floors with pillars that rise to meet the ceilings. The private outdoor garden wows with stone walkways, majestic trees, and a peaceful seating area.
With such prime downtown location, you'll never have to worry about parking at Helen Mar Condos, where your space is reserved. Use the footbridge to reach Collins Avenue and take advantage of its vibrant nightlife.