321 Ocean



Ocean Condo Miami Beach

Planned to stand where the Simone Hotel once did, 321 Ocean Drive is a condo project that intends to match and accentuate the luxury quotient of the chic SoFi neighborhood. Approved by the Miami Beach Historic Preservation Board, this luxury low-rise will be fashioned to offer a stylish abode in the serene South of Fifth neighborhood that graces the gorgeous shores of South Beach.

To be designed by Enrique Norten, a renowned Mexican architect, 321 Ocean Drive is to feature twin towers divided only by a well-manicured, sprawling lawn that shall offer an inspiring expanse for residents to relax and unwind in. With a charming boutique feel to it, this condo project will have one ocean-facing low-rise and one street facing. The tower slated to be perched by the pristine shores will feature nine stories, while that facing the neighborhood will have seven to stay in sync with the overall design of its zone.

Sitting in one of the most luxurious neighborhoods of South Beach, this 30-unit pair of towers is set to feature an ultra modernist appeal. To be developed as a 100% residential project, this oceanfront abode will be styled to resonate with the chic and tranquil vibe of its neighborhood with the added bonus of allowing pets.


  • 24-hour valet service

  • Concierge

  • Security

  • On-site management and engineer

  • Beachfront, infinity-edge, heated pool

  • The Garden at 321: an exquisitely landscaped urban oasis fashioned by world-renowned designer Enzo Enea

  • Fit 321: elite fitness center overlooking Ocean Drive

  • The Ocean Library: resident lounge featuring unique collection of art, architecture and culinary books

  • Beach service and attendants


  • Creative space with rents 30% lower than competitive, surrounding buildings

  • $24 million complete renovation of 1926 art deco-style building

  • Building naming rights available

  • Dedicated areas for bike lockers and showers

  • High-quality building finishes

  • LEED Gold (certification pending)

  • The building uses an extraordinary energy management system with “HighMass” – radiant heating/cooling throughout all spaces of the building; utility savings estimated at 40% compared to typical office space.

  • Balconies on top floor with excellent southern views of the city and West Hills

  • Mt. Hood, Willamette River, Convention Center, Downtown and Pearl District views

  • Open/exposed ceilings

  • Turnkey improvements


  • Accent walls are recycled steel cladding; wood walls are stacked, reclaimed structural timbers, the freestanding wall utilizes steel I-beams as a frame

  • Low VOC paints throughout

  • Large format porcelain tile flooring contains 27% post-industrial recycled content. Alternate choice for flooring is reclaimed hardwood

  • Energy efficient LED lighting fixtures

  • Most finishes shown contribute to current LEED Indoor Air Quality and Materials & Resources credits, with a focus on re-use/reclamation and recycled content

  • Local artisans will construct the open conference room table out of locally reclaimed maple slabs with a base made from recycled metal and/or rail yard parts

  • All furniture can be specified to contribute to current LEED Indoor Air Quality and Materials & Resources credits