At the very southern tip of South Beach, where Ocean Drive ends, lies Continuum. After completing the South Tower in 2003, Continuum North Tower opened its doors in 2008 to provide more ultra-luxurious apartments for those who want to live in Miami Beach's highly desired South of Fifth neighborhood. Those who call Continuum North Tower home have purchased a particular lifestyle distinctive from other coastal living options in the area. The neighborhood retains its tranquility while being in close proximity to the action north of Fifth Street.
Developer Bruce Eichner commissioned world-renowned Sieger Suarez Architecture to design the Continuum North Tower which comprises half of the 12-acre Continuum Property. The stunning building has a spectacular two-floor lobby that exudes luxury. The floor-to-ceiling windows in the residences of the 37-story contemporary high rise offer unparalleled views of the Atlantic Ocean, the Port of Miami, and Fisher Island, making Continuum a great place to call home.
Continuum North Tower has attracted a wide array of elite residents from all corners of the globe due to its coveted location in the South of Fifth neighborhood of South Beach. Recent changes in building codes prohibit the construction of more high-rise condominiums; the North Tower was the last high-rise building constructed before the change, drawing continued interest from prospective buyers.
Luxury apartments in Miami Beach's South of Fifth neighborhood vary in size and height because of the recent prohibition of high rises. There are luxury high-rises scattered among smaller luxury boutique condominium developments. Continuum North Tower's contemporary design, especially the arches at the top of the building, makes it stand out against its neighbors, which include buildings such as Murano at Portofino, Murano Grande, Apogee, and Icon South Beach.
Continuum North Tower's 37 stories are home to 203 one to four-bedroom ultra-luxurious condominiums, townhouses, and studio lofts with 10-foot ceilings and flow-through floor plans. The sizes of the units range between 609 and more than 7,000 square feet and each residence features private balconies with glass railings. The high-speed elevators in the building open into private and semi-private elevator foyers to maintain privacy for residents.
The finishes in the residences at Continuum North Tower are characteristic of the most luxurious apartments found in the Miami Beach luxury real estate market. Kitchens include custom European-designed cabinetry, granite countertops, sub-zero built-in refrigerator/freezer, and Miele appliances. Bathrooms have European vanities, marble floors and countertops, and whirlpool tubs.
Miami Beach's South of Fifth neighborhood, or as the locals call it "SoFi," is known for its tranquility, world-class dining, incredible beaches, and gorgeous green spaces such as Lummus Park and South Pointe Park. South of Fifth is the remaining peninsula of land on Miami Beach that is south of Fifth Street Residents and visitors alike enjoy visiting staples such as Joe's Stone Crab and Smith & Wollensky steakhouse. The neighborhood maintains an exclusive beach resort feel that is slightly removed from the hustle and bustle near Ocean Drive and Lincoln Avenue.
Amenities at Continuum North Tower include 24-hour security and valet and a concierge desk, all located on 1,000 feet of sandy beach. Residents enjoy a full-service beach club with cabanas and a lagoon pool with a spa. The building also offers a state-of-the-art fitness center, spa treatments, a rooftop lap pool with a sundeck, and a rooftop smoothie bar.
The award-winning architecture firm, Sieger Suarez, has years of experience designing buildings that add to the skylines of cities in South Florida. The firm is especially known for its "see-through" condominium designs found in most of its buildings, including both towers at Continuum. Sieger Suarez's buildings in Miami include Brickellhouse, Apogee, and Icon South Beach.
Continuum North Tower is not only the last luxury high-rise in SoFi, but it is the epitome of beach resort living. The building is loaded with amenities, but its location is even more of an attraction. In addition to its location in the highly desired SoFi neighborhood, residents at the Continuum North Tower are still close enough to the dining, culture, and nightlife that has made South Beach a longtime favorite playground for the rich and famous.
Murano Grande at Portofino is home to 270 one to four-bedroom residences that range in size from 1,400 to more than 4,000 square feet and sit on a prime location on Biscayne Bay. The well-appointed interiors were designed by David Rockwell and built by Sieger Suarez. The building features lighted tennis courts, a fitness center, and a swimming pool.
Continuum South Beach luxury residences lie in the exclusive South of Fifth neighborhood, with the South Tower making up one-half of the 12-acre development. The building is part of a 12-acre development that includes North and South Towers with a combined total of 521 Sieger-Suarez designed residences.
The unique S-shaped structure that sits upon the shores of Biscayne Bay in the South of Fifth neighborhood is the Icon South Beach. The building's 40 stories feature 289 one to six bedroom residences in nine distinctive floor plans. Each unit has 9-foot ceilings. Building amenities include a fitness center and spa, two pools, a billiards room, and a library and residents are close to the main South Beach shopping areas by Ocean Drive and Lincoln Avenue.
Il Villaggio lies on the north edge of South of Fifth's spacious Lummus Park and is home to 127 one-to-four bedroom residences with private elevators. Kitchens have marble flooring and Miehle appliances. Building amenities include boutique shops, a world-class gym and spa, a heated infinity pool and spa, and a private resident's pool. The units' spacious terraces coupled with floor-to-ceiling glass windows offer incredible views of the Atlantic Ocean, downtown Miami, and the Intracoastal Waterway.