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One Park Tower

One Park Tower

One Park Tower by Turnberry is a 32 story tower featuring expansive 1 to 3 bedrooms residences featuring beautiful lagoon, ocean and city views.

Developer: Turnberry and Rosso Development
Architect: Arquitectonica
Interior design: Meyer Davis Studio
Landscape Architect: Enzon Ênea
Number of stories: 32
Number of residences: 303
Ceiling height: 9ft


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One Park Tower Location

SoLé Mia – A city within a city

Set on 184 acres between Biscayne Boulevard and Biscayne Bay alongside Oleta River State Park, SoLé Mia is a transformative destination that reimagines how luxury residences, nature, wellness, watersports, shopping, and dining can come together to create the ultimate lifestyle-driven community.

The Village at SoLé Mia
Pedestrian-friendly, mixed-use, open-air lifestyle destination, plus active green space, community center, playground, dog park and a large national supermarket. Coming soon!

Building Lagoon 2
Building and lagoon

One Park Tower building and Pool
One Park Tower Building and pool

One Park Tower Building top
Building view top

Drop off Lobby
Drop off Lobby

Fitness Center
Fitness Center

Terrace and view
Terrace View

Living and Kitchen 1
Kitchen

Bedroom
Bedroom

Bathroom
Bathroom

Resort-style amenities include a private beach and seven-acre Crystal Lagoon™. Steps away, The Village at SoLé Mia offers a pedestrian-friendly, mixed-use, open-air destination for shopping, dining, and entertainment.

A 184-acre city-within-a-city anchored by The Village at SoLé Mia
350,000 square feet of facilities
37 acres of active and passive greenspace
8 miles of biking and running trails
Children’s playgrounds
225,000 SF University of Miami UHealth Medical Center with outpatient locations
for the Bascom Palmer Eye Institute and Oncology Center
Florida International University Biscayne Bay Campus
The Village at SoLé Mia – an open-air dining, shopping and entertainment district

Building Features

Indoor Amenities

  • Fully outfitted State-of-the-art fitness center all overlooking ONE Beach Club
    Lavish men’s and women’s spa with dedicated massage treatment rooms, sauna,
    and steam
  • Golf simulator studio
  • Luxurious clubroom with bar, billiards room, catering kitchen, and media center
  • Teen game room
  • 6th floor Indoor /outdoor social lounge overlooking ONE Beach Club
  • Executive business lounge with co-working space
  • ONE Café with coffee and daily newspaper service
  • Pet-friendly building with pet spa, grooming, and walk service

Outdoor Amenities

  • Expansive sixth-floor social deck with pool and spa features ocean views
  • Poolside summer kitchen
  • Children’s play zone
  • Dog-walking trails
  • ONE Jardin and lushly landscaped pathways leading to ONE Beach Club, playgrounds with professional tennis and pickleball courts
  • Half-acre garden designed by internationally acclaimed landscape architect Enzo Enea
  • Unparalleled Amenities by Meyer Davis Studio

ONE Laguna Beach Club

  • Private beach club with sandy beaches and seven-acre Crystal Lagoon™
  • Kayaking, paddle boarding, paddle boats, water mats, inflatables, snorkeling
  • Beach cabanas
  • Picnic spots
  • Concierge-style snack, towel, and beverage service
  • Lifestyle Services
  • Pool attendants and towel service
  • Wellness classes, including yoga, Pilates, and spinning
  • Kids’ Club
  • On-site bicycle share service with custom beach cruisers
  • Access to multiple local marinas for jet ski, charter boat, and slip access

Lifestyle Conveniences

  • WI-FI available throughout all common areas, pool decks, elevators, and ONE Beach Club
  • On-premises storage for bikes, kayaks, and paddleboards
  • Cold package delivery room
  • Air-conditioned storage units available

One Park Tower Floor Plans

One Park Tower Key plan

Residence 01
3 bedrooms + den 3.5 bathrooms
2,131 ft² / 198 m² interior space

Residence 02
2 bedrooms + den 3 bathrooms
1565 ft² / 145 m² interior space

Residence 03
2 bedroom + den 3 bathrooms
1337 ft² / 124 m² interior space

Residence 04
1 bedroom + den 2 bathrooms
1081 ft² / 100 m² interior space

Residence 05
3 bedrooms + den 3.5 bathrooms
2133 ft² / 198 m² interior space

Residence 06
2 bedroom + den 3 bathrooms
1572 ft² / 146 m² interior space

Residence 07
1 bedroom 1.5 bathrooms
968 ft² / 90 m² interior space

Residence 08
2 bedroom + den 3 bathrooms
1481 ft² / 138 m² interior space

Residence 09
2 bedroom + den 3 bathrooms
1481 ft² / 138 m² interior space

Residence 10
1 bedroom 1.5 bathrooms
968 ft² / 90 m² interior space

Residence 11
2 bedroom + den 3 bathrooms
1572 ft² / 146 m² interior space

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Aventura Parksquare

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Aventura Parksquare

Welcome to Aventura ParkSquare, a vibrant new community designed with purpose by Zyscovich Architects. Planned to the smallest detail, here you find exquisite residences, class-A offices and a luxury hotel combined with sustainable design, start-of-the-art wellness center, community garden, wide boulevard sidewalks and a festive main street lined with restaurants and shops. The future of Aventura has arrived.

Neighborhood Aventura Real Estate
Developer: Integra
Architect: Zyscovich Architects
Interior Design: Interiors by Steven G. Inc.
Marketing: Consortium
Number of Bedrooms: 1, 2 and 3
Number of Stories: 8
Ceiling height: 9’feet


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Aventura Parksquare Location

Located in the heart of Aventura, minutes away from Sunny Isles Beach and the Aventura Mall.

The first of its kind, Aventura ParkSquare is an exclusive new lifestyle community with wellness as the design cornerstone. Wide sidewalks, tree-lined streets, green spaces and public art encourage Residents to walk to shopping, dining, fitness, work and play all located on main street.

Site Map
Project plan

Aventura Park Square Aerial 1

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Aventura Park Square Hotel
207 Room Hotel

Aventura Park Square Retail 1
50,000 SF of Retail and Entertainment

Aventura Park Square Retail 2
Restaurants and Shops

Aventura Park Square Offices
100,000 Class A Office Spaces

Aventura Park Square Residential 3

Aventura Park Square Residential 1

Aventura Park Square Residential

The Community

  • Health and Wellness Oriented Community u European Curb Design
  • 50,000 SF of Retail and Entertainment
  • 40,000 SF Health and Wellness Center
  • 100,000 Class A Office Spaces
  • 207 Room Hotel
  • 144 Luxury Senior Living Apartments u World Class Dining and Spirits
  • Community Garden
  • Valet Service
  • Dog Park
  • Active Amenity Deck

The Building

  • Common Areas by Steven G. Interiors, Inc. u 24-Hour Security and Front Desk
  • 5th Floor Amenity Deck
  • Sunrise Pool
  • Fully Equiped Fitness Center
  • Multi-Purpose Social Room
  • Summer Kitchen
  • Trellace and Chaise Lounge Seating

Aventura Park Square Residential 2

tenants

The Residences

The first of its kind, Aventura ParkSquare is an exclusive new lifestyle community with wellness as the design cornerstone. Wide sidewalks, tree-lined streets, green spaces and public art encourage Residents to walk to shopping, dining, fitness, work and play all located on main street.

  • 131 Boutique Residences
  • Exclusive Townhomes
  • One, Two and Three Bedroom Residences
  • From approximately 900 SF to over 2,300 SF u Expansive Private Balconies
  • Floor to Ceiling Windows

Kitchen in dark wood finish
Dark wood finish

Kitchen in light wood finish
Light wood finish

Aventura Parksquare Finer Finishings Program

  • European Style Cabinetry Color Options u Countertop Color Options
  • Floor Covering Color Options
  • Premium Stainless Steel Appliances u Full-Size Washer and Dryer
  • Spacious Walk-in Closets

Floor Plans

Floor Plans are availble upon request


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Louis Vuitton moving to the Design District

Louis Vuitton’s plans could play a major role in putting Miami’s Design District on the fashion map and helping raise Aventura Mall’s luxury profile.

Louis Vuitton is ready to redesign South Florida’s luxury retail market.
Executives of the French brand known for its trademark handbags and accessories said this week they will leave the Bal Harbour Shops at the end of June and move to Aventura Mall where they will eventually more than double the size of their store. Also on the agenda: opening a second store in the burgeoning Miami Design District by 2014.
The news is a blow to the dominance of the Bal Harbour Shops, which in 1965 created the concept of luxury retail in South Florida and has consistently ranked as one of the industry’s top performing malls.

Louis Vuitton’s arrival will help Aventura Mall continue to elevate its merchandise mix. For Miami’s Design District this could be the catalyst to turn the area into a fashion destination akin to SoHo or New York City’s Meat Packing District. Expected to follow Louis Vuitton’s lead are at least some—or possibly all—of the other brands owned by parent-company Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy that currently have stores at Bal Harbour.

The chess moves begin when Louis Vuitton’s lease at the Bal Harbour Shops expires at the end of June. Louis Vuitton then opens a temporary store at Aventura on July 1, with plans to begin construction of a two-story flagship store at Aventura to open in Fall 2012. Plans for the Design District are still being finalized.

Geoffroy Van Raemdonck, president of Louis Vuitton North America, said the brand decided it needed a bigger store in South Florida than Bal Harbour could accommodate and also did not want to be limited to one store in the market. Bal Harbour’s leases prohibit tenants from opening a second store within 20 miles unless Bal Harbour’s owners receive a percentage of the additional store revenue.

“We believe that this market deserves more than one free-standing store,” Van Raemdonck said. “We feel that we are not reaching the customers if we have only one store in the market. We want to give them multiple chances to experience the brand in its full notoriety.”
The move is particularly dramatic because Louis Vuitton was one of Bal Harbour’s oldest and most successful tenants. The brand has been there for about 30 years, when it chose the site for its first U.S. location outside of New York.

Louis Vuitton’s Miami-Dade presence beyond Bal Harbour had been limited to departments within Bloomingdale’s in Aventura and Neiman Marcus at the Village of Merrick Park. By comparison, Palm Beach County has three stores: Worth Avenue, Town Center at Boca Raton and The Gardens Mall in Palm Beach Gardens.

Industry experts view Louis Vuitton’s decision as a sign of things to come with luxury brands under pressure to grow.

“It may not be as sexy today to have Aventura on your bag as it is to have Bal Harbour,” said Arthur Weiner, principal of AWE Talisman, a Coral Gables firm that handles retail leasing and development. “In these days sexy gets put in second place. Sales and profitability get in first place. If Louis Vuitton trades a single-store strategy for a North and South location, there is no doubt that their sales would increase by three or four fold.”

On a temporary basis, the Louis Vuitton store at Aventura will be located in the former Barney’s Co-Op store. The permanent Louis Vuitton store will be more than twice the size of the existing Bal Harbour location, with a grand staircase connecting the two floors.

But even more dramatic will be Louis Vuitton’s move to the Design District, which in recent years has grown its reputation as a destination for dining and upscale home décor. Yet, despite the best efforts of developer Craig Robins, the mix of luxury fashion brands has been limited with the most noteworthy being Christian Louboutin and Marni.

“We believe that the Design District has huge potential,” Van Raemdonck said. “We feel that we can be the first large brand to go in there and we have no doubt that others will follow.”
At least some of those followers are expected to come from among the nearly dozen other LVMH brands that currently have stores at Bal Harbour, a lineup that includes Dior, Marc Jacobs, Fendi, Celine, Emilio Pucci, Thomas Pink and De Beers.

Matthew Whitman Lazenby, one of the owners of Bal Harbour, says his family was told by LVMH executives that the company plans to pull all brands out of the shops as their leases expire. But Lazenby also said they have been told by individual brands that is not the case.

The only other LVMH brand with a lease expiring this year is Dior, whose lease expires at the end of May. Dior has not renewed its lease with Bal Harbour, and the mall is taking steps to find another tenant for the space, Lazenby said.
“We don’t really know what will happen until it happens,” Lazenby said. “We’re making provisions for both sets of circumstances. There has always been a long waiting list of tenants to get into Bal Harbour. The more LVMH brands that depart, the more opportunities we create.”

LVMH executives declined requests to talk about future plans for any of its other brands in South Florida.
Bal Harbour’s owners used news of Louis Vuitton’s imminent departure earlier this month when it presented plans for expansion to the Village Council. Bal Harbour claims it had no space for Louis Vuitton to expand. Stanley Whitman, who built the 46-year-old project, told the council that if he could not expand he ran the risk of losing tenants to Aventura Mall, South Beach and other locations around South Florida.

Preliminary plans call for adding another department store to the Bal Harbour Shops, as well as 50 luxury fashion retailers, an upscale movie theater and an event space by party impresario Barton G. The plans have not been officially submitted to the Village Council for review.

The last time Miami’s luxury retail market faced a potential shakeup along this order came with the construction of the Village of Merrick Park in Coral Gables. Merrick Park’s developers sued the Bal Harbour Shops’ owners over the radius restriction clause. The case settled, and Bal Harbour Shops agreed to waive the radius restriction with respect to Merrick Park. But for retailers like Gucci and Tiffany that opened second stores in Merrick Park, the owners of Bal Harbour Shops relocated them to the mall’s second, less desirable floor when their existing leases expired.

Industry experts say that just like with Merrick Park’s opening, Bal Harbour Shops will adjust even if it means its sales numbers come down from the stratosphere. The shopping mall’s sales in 2010 were $2,013 per square foot; that’s more than five times the national average and believed to be the highest at any mall in the country.
“Bal Harbour is not going anywhere,” Weiner said. “It’s a sparkling jewel. There will be brands that come and go. The difference is that those brands will now have choices.”

But the winners in all of this are Miami-Dade’s latest real estate power couple: Dacra’s Robins and Turnberry Associates’ Jackie Soffer.

“Having Louis Vuitton validate the Design District is a great step forward for the neighborhood,” Robins said. “I’m hoping it’s the beginning of several major international fashion brands committing to join the great businesses that are already in the neighborhood.”

For Soffer it’s the next step in the evolution of Aventura Mall, which has been gradually becoming more upscale over recent years. The mall’s most recent luxury addition is Burberry, which joined a mix that includes other newer stores like Lacoste, Michael Kors, M Missoni and Facconable. But additional proof of the market demand has also come from the success that Bloomingdale’s and Nordstrom have had with luxury brands.

“There’s a pent-up demand that we know exists,” Soffer said. “We’ve proven that when we put in these better brands they are producing the sales. Our customers like brand names. That’s what sells.”

By Elaine Walker
ewalker@miamiherald.com

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