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Eighty Seven Park

Renzo Piano Building Workshop

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Project Name

Eighty Seven Park

Project Status

Concept Proposal

Year Completed



202,000 sq. feet


Bizzi & Partners Development + Terra


  • Architects: Stantec Architecture (Miami)


  • Landscape Architect: West 8

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Project Description


Bound by land and sea, it floats effortlessly above both, Eighty Seven Park is a private, luxury beachfront condominium designed to seamlessly embrace the park and ocean in Miami Beach’s newest neighborhood, North Beach. The landmark building will bring together architecture, design and the natural landscape. For Renzo Piano, Pritzker Prize-winning architect, there’s a serenity to be found in the tension between sky and earth—a serenity that Eighty Seven Park captures so eloquently.

The vision is to create a coastal sanctuary that enhances the green space in the area of North Shore Open Space Park in the City of Miami Beach, by extending the green area to 87th Terrace at the northern limit of the project site. This design approach will add significant value to the Park, to the surrounding neighborhood and to the City of Miami Beach, creating uninterrupted views over the park towards south beach.

The simple motif belies the intricate attention to detail, the belief in perfecting every element of its design and construction. Developed in close collaboration with the Renzo Piano Building Workshop, and with RDAI in Paris and West 8 in Rotterdam, Eighty Seven Park blurs the line between imagination and craftsmanship.

Located on the edge of parkland and Atlantic Ocean, Eighty Seven Park is at the northern city limit of Miami Beach close to Bal Harbour shopping, Surfside and Miami’s most exclusive district, Indian Creek. Eighty Seven Park marks the gateway to Miami Beach to the south and all that is beyond to the north, creating a physical and visual gateway, positioning the building as a beacon on Miami Beach.

70 units ranging from approximately 1,400 – 7,000 sf.

In a newly-invigorated city park, the people of Miami can enjoy 35 acres of Oceanside walks and cool shade. On long, winding paths fringed by grass-topped dunes and sea grape bushes, joggers take in the fresh sea air and kids squeal with joy; their parents sipping lattes and catching up with friends.


The residential lobby is a tropical, lush environment that acts as an indoor botanical garden with an in-house botanist. There will be a diverse tropical planting palette, recreating the feeling of a greenhouse “orangery” bringing the park environment to the interiors.

A year-round botanical exhibition will adorn the interior lobby spaces. Curated regularly, will be ever-changing to include everything from the finest collection of orchids, to rare items including Bonsais and Petit Cacti. A gallery showcasing selected imagery capturing the best blossoming years for the orchids and garden planting bed per season will give further life and family comfort to the lobby areas.

Private Gardens
The private park and gardens for residents only will invite all to engage in nature’s aura. Residents will savor terraces, gardens, lounges and pools as well as an outdoor pavilion for cultural and social occasions including yoga on the beach and meditation areas.

A weekly/monthly calendar of events featuring moonlight concerts, cinema under the stars, meditation and relaxation sessions, monthly exhibitions, special events, and a children’s play area.

Panoramic views of land and sea, each apartment comes with generous wrap-around terraces ranging from 15 -25 feet wide, creating a seamless transition from indoor to outdoor spaces.

Nature is woven into the very fabric of Eighty Seven Park. American oak, Italian stone, and crystal clear walls of glass lend beauty and elegance to each residence. With the buyer’s choice of European-influenced kitchens and bathrooms and a wealth of interior finishes, each residence is a work of art, a place of sanctuary, a home.

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