Catalan master architect Ricardo Bofill makes his American condominium design debut with developer Camilo Miquel Jr.'s 3900 Alton.
The amenities level will include an elevated garden, a multipurpose social room, and a kids’ playroom.
The growing roster of high-profile residential structures and hotels transforming Mid-Beach is about to get even longer. Set to break ground next year, 3900 Alton will be a glass-walled eight-story building with generous loggia-style balconies and a wild botanical scheme, created by the Miami-based landscape architectural firm Naturalficial.
“The building’s envelope and liquid-edge condition provide requisite privacy while capitalizing on some of the most iconic sunset views in Miami Beach,” says master Catalan architect Ricardo Bofill. Being developed by Mast Capital, whose CEO and founder, Camilo Miguel Jr., has tapped a number of acclaimed artists to fashion installations for the public spaces, the residential complex has already allied with the Eden Roc hotel to offer future residents benefits at its spa; its soon-to-open restaurant, Malibu Farm; and its private beach.
Features such as smart-phone-accessible home automation, plus amenities like beach butlers and a house Tesla car and charging stations, will amp up the luxury with restrained style. One- to four-bedroom units are available, starting at $778,000. 3900 Alton Road, Miami Beach, 305-521-1518