St Regis Bal Harbour

A Short Story About St. Regis Bal Harbour

When the wealthy businessman John Jacob Astor IV built the iconic French-style St. Regis Hotel in New York City as a companion to the Waldorf Astoria in 1904, he further defined the archetype of a modern luxury hotel. After Astor's son inherited the hotel when his father died in the sinking of the Titanic, he sold the property and it changed hands several times over the last century. When Starwood Hotels finally acquired St. Regis in the late 90s, they used the name to launch the luxury St. Regis brand in hotels and resorts in a wide array of landscapes around the world.

When constructing the St Regis Bal Harbour, Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. in conjunction with Related Group and Sieger Suarez Architecture infused luxury that is synonymous with the St. Regis brand with the resort-lifestyle that is characteristic of Miami coastal living. Soon after its completion in 2012, St. Regis Bal Harbour won several awards, including the prestigious AAA Five Diamond award and Forbes Five Star Award, and debuted in several travel related publications including Condé Nast Travel and Travel + Leisure

The architecture

The world-famous architectural team at Miami-based Sieger Suarez Architecture drew inspiration from the historic Art Deco buildings found throughout Miami, especially South Beach. Unlike those older buildings, the recently constructed St. Regis Bal Harbor sits upon more than nine acres of choice oceanfront property. The main 27-story cylindrical tower is complemented by two flanges that are home to 268 ultra-luxurious private residences whose residents get to enjoy all of the features offered by the St. Regis brand.

St. Regis Bal Harbour Residents

The St. Regis name has always attracted a wide array of celebrity and high profile residents, so it is no surprise to find heads of industry, music and film celebrities, and sports celebrities at the St. Regis. In fact, tennis superstars Andre Agassi and Steffi Graf were one of the first residents to move in upon opening.

Bal Harbour Residences

From a distance, the St. Regis Bal Harbour blends with the rest of the luxury high rises along the coast of Bal Harbour, but as one gets closer it's distinctive Art Deco design sets it apart from its neighbors which include buildings such as Majestic Tower, Bal Harbour Tower, The Palace, Oceana Bal Harbour, and the Ritz Carlton Bal Harbour

St. Regis Bal Harbour's three towers are home to 268 private residences, 36 condo-hotel suites, 183 hotel rooms, and 24 St. Regis Residence Club Residences. The 268 private residences are located in the South Tower, hotel rooms are in the Central Tower, and the suites and Club residences in the North Tower. The luxury tower residences range between one and four bedrooms that are between  1,777 to 6,868 square feet with large terraces offering ocean and bay views, some with wraparound terraces. 

The Finishes

The ultra-luxurious interiors of the residences at St. Regis Bal Harbour include European-style, chefs' kitchens with signature appliances and smart home technology. Marble flooring enhances the wet areas of the home, as well as bathrooms with granite countertops, designer faucets, whirlpool tubs, and enclosed glass showers.

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St. Regis Bal Harbour Amenities

St. Regis Bal Harbour residents have access to the amenities that are part of the St. Regis Hotel Bal Harbour, making for a true South Florida resort lifestyle. The hotel has multiple bars and lounges and an upscale Greek restaurant. Two heated swimming pools are nestled on the oceanfront with residential areas for owners and their guests. Staying true to the elite amenities that are associated with the St. Regis name, owners also enjoy personal chefs, 24-hour dining service, personal chauffeurs, and personal shopping service. Residents also have their own private entrance and lobby with common spaces designed by world-renowned architectural firm Yabu Pushelberg.

The Neighborhood

St. Regis lies near the northern tip of Miami Beach in the seaside enclave of Bal Harbour. This contemporary seaside village is home to world-class dining and shopping. Residents can enjoy an intimate dining experience at one of the nearby upscale hotels or at one of the restaurants at the Bal Harbour Shops, home to the most sought-after brands and boutiques in the world. Located directly across from the St. Regis, residents who want do some shopping can have the resort pick up their bags for them.

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The Architect Behind St. Regis Bal Harbour

The team at Miami-based Sieger Suarez Architects have been constructing buildings for more than 40 years. Founded by Charles M. Sieger and Jose J. Suarez, the firm has received several awards over the decades. Sieger Suarez is especially known for its "floor through/see through" unit designs, which is found at the St. Regis Bal Harbor as well as other luxury-high rises in Miami. The firm's Miami luxury-high rises include Porsche Design Tower, Apogee, Brickellhouse, and Icon on Miami Beach.

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Why We Recommend St. Regis Bal Harbour

Living in Bal Harbour gives residents easy access to everything that Miami and Miami Beach have to offer without being in the middle of all of the hustle and bustle further south on Miami Beach. At the same time, St. Regis Bal Harbor is located directly across the street from The Bal Harbor Shops providing convenient access to incredible dining and shopping without going too far.

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