Muse Residences, Sunny Isles Beach
Interiors feature beautiful, eight-foot, Italian entry doors, exquisite marble and wood flooring, custom Italian cabinetry, and personalized art from Helidon Xhixha. Expansive master bathrooms feature fabulous Dornbracht and Duravit plumbing fixtures, while the master bedroom boasts a midnight bar.
With incredible panoramic ocean and intracoastal views, each residence is delivered fully finished with inspired interiors by design team, Antrobus and Ramirez, including outdoor living spaces. Private elevators service each residence.
Muse Residences building offers only sixty-eight residences, focusing on unparalleled amenities and services. All homes span the width of the building, with expansive balconies and stunning views. Emphasizing a rare union of artistic inspiration, superlative home-technology features, and an exclusive oceanfront property, residents live concealed from rushes, lines or crowds.
With a focus dedicated to the highest level of luxury, comfort, and service, Muse Residences building is a boutique oasis, reflecting the grace and style of the discerning few who call it home.
In a first time collaboration between the world-renowned designer, Carlos Ott, and the innovative architectural firm, Sieger Suarez, Muse Residences building is an unparalleled, visually stunning, boutique high rise.
From its grand heights, the sleek lines cascade down to white sands below.
Sunny Isles is a world-class, waterfront destination on the striking coastline of South Florida. Lying between the intracoastal waterways and the Atlantic Ocean, the island offers days of sun on white-sand beaches and an animated, sizzling nightlife. The nearby village of Bal Harbour offers a quintessential beach side experience.
Upscale, open-air shops house designer brands, Chanel, Bulgaria and Jimmy Choo, to name a few, and an array of top-rated restaurants, including Makoto, Emerald Lounge, and Atlantico. Miami is a thirty-minute trip by car and offers a rich variety of entertainment, performing arts, galleries, outdoor sightseeing, and sports.