CARIBBEAN, Miami Beach

The Caribbean was a landmark Miami Beach hotel built in 1941—a six-story Art Deco treasure that will be completely stripped and rebuilt on the inside, while preserving its architectural lineage outside. Another building, 19 stories high, will be built alongside the original Hotel, increasing the functionality of the site by offering four ultra-luxury condominium residences per floor. This new building, The "South Tower", is deceptively simple looking in its design: Each all-glass floor seems to float above the other with wide wraparound clear glass balconies to stroll out onto and enjoy the views. The light flows through all that clear glass and the choice of all-white details adds to the airiness and beauty of these luxury oceanfront residences. Design so effective, it looks easy—the highest compliment!

All of the Caribbean's east-facing condos will have transcendent views of the Atlantic and the beach, while west-facing views will be of Miami Beach's famed Intracoastal Waterway, and the Miami skyline beyond Biscayne Bay. The original Caribbean, "South Tower" will offer 35 first-class luxury residences.

Clean and modern and striking in its Minimalist beauty, Caribbean Miami Beach's re-design is sure to be sold out in record time and highly sought after for years to come. A unique opportunity to enjoy the new beauty of Modern architecture joined with the best of Miami Beach's historic Art Deco past. Appreciation comes standard.