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2000 Ocean by Enrique Norten

2000 Ocean is a contemporary 38-story glass tower featuring 64 exclusive residences designed by Enrique Norten. Residences feature 1/2 floors and full floor residences with top of the line kitchens and panoramic views of the ocean, intracoastal.

Developer: KAR Properties
Architect: Enrique Norten – TEN Arquitectos
Interior Design: Minotti
Number of residences: 64
Number of stories: 40
Size Range From 2,913 ft² / 270.63 m² – 5,818 ft² / 540.51 m²
Prices upon request


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2000 Ocean Location

2000 Ocean is located just north of South Florida’s Golden Beach, nearby, shop at the luxury Shops of Bal Harbour and Aventura Mall, to South Florida’s scintillating arts and cultural scene, fine restaurants and exiting nightlife. The global gateways of Fort Lauderdale and Miami International Airports are easily accessible.

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2000 Ocean by Enrique Norten

Building Features

Boutique building with 64 exquisite oceanfront residences, consisting of half-foor and full-foor penthouse residences, and an exceptional duplex sky villa with private pool deck; in a spectacular landscaped beachfront setting.

Building 5
Infinity Edge Pool and Cabanas

Building 3
Minimalist Design

Arrival 2
Full-service valet parking

Arrival 2
24-hour security, Concierge and lobby attendant

  • Interior and exterior amenity spaces exclusively furnished by Minotti
  • Direct beach access with private beach amenities
  • Landscaped sculpture garden with a commissioned piece by David Harber
  • Private arrival and valet entrance

Building Ocean

Building Amenities

2000 Ocean Aerial Pool and Ocean
Private beach amenities including cabanas, chaise lounges, beach umbrellas, fireplace and meditation gardens.

2000 Ocean Amenities
Two swimming pools with expansive sunrise and sunset views

  • Elevated oceanfront pool overlooking the Atlantic Ocean
  • ‘Sunset Lounge’ pool with lounges, private cabanas and private outdoor dining overlooking the Intracoastal Waterway and surrounded by lush landscaping
  • Private beach amenities including cabanas, chaise lounges, beach umbrellas and a fireplace.
  • Freestanding spa pavilion with treatment rooms, Hammam (steam bath), ice room, and yoga room nestled within the elevated landscape and opening onto the contemplative bamboo garden
  • Curated gardens by landscape architect Sasaki Associates
  • Tranquility garden with lemon treesOceanfront curated art library with garden views
  • Oceanside Cafe and Juice Bar managed by Te Wright Fit
  • Catering kitchen
  • State-of-the-art fitness and wellness center overlooking the gardens
  • Sunset Terrace — garden facing private function room
  • Private function room facing the Atlantic Ocean
  • Indoor theater and entertainment room

Building East Pool

Ocean Pool

Residences Features

2000 Ocean feature Expansive flow through residences, with approximately 10-foot ceilings and private elevator landings, provide seamless indoor/outdoor experience, with extensive Atlantic Ocean and Intracoastal Waterway views through floor-to-ceiling sliding glass walls, opening up to 10-foot deep terraces

2000 Ocean Building Ocean
Half-foor residences provide views of the Atlantic Ocean and Intracoastal Waterway. 3 bedrooms, 3 ½ baths, private dining room and expansive east and west terraces. 2,913 square feet of interior space.

2000 Ocean Terrace
10 foot deep balconies overlooking to the Atlantic Ocean

Living Room
Fully finished, furniture-ready residences, with personalized interior design services by Minotti

2000 Ocean Terrace Bathroom
Agape floating bathtubs with Intracoastal Waterway views in all master baths.

2000 Ocean features Minotti Cucine custom designed kitchens, available in two palettes:

Kitchen Light
— Light Option: Natural Oak + Bianco Elegante

Kitchen Dark
— Dark Option: Smoked Oak + Fossil Noir

  • Full-foor residences provide 360-degree views of the Atlantic Ocean and Intracoastal Waterway. 5 bedrooms, 5 ½ baths, staff quarters and a powder room, expansive east and west terraces. 5,832 square feet of interior space.
  • All stone custom Minotti Cucine kitchens, with fully integrated Gaggenau appliances.
  • Unique full stone island with integrated stone sink and custom wood full-height cabinets
  • Soft close drawers with integrated LED lighting
  • Monterrey Marble flooring throughout residences, including terraces.
  • Custom Minotti Cucine full-slab stone master bath floating vanities and mirrors with integrated LED lighting.
  • Dornbracht and Duravit bathroom fixtures and accessories in all bathrooms.
  • Walk-in closets (customized upgrades available by Rimadesio)
  • All residences with Smart Home features

2000 Ocean Bedroom
Monterrey Marble flooring throughout residences, including terraces.

2000 Ocean Master Bathroom
Master Bathroom

2000 Ocean Duplex Penthouse

2000 Ocean 2 level Penthouse

2000 Ocean Penthouse Kitchen

2000 Ocean Living Room 2

The 2000 Ocean duplex sky villa will feature double hight ceilings, expansive terrace, private pool deck, summer kitchen in a spectacular landscaped beachfront setting. This residence has not been yet released, more details to come soon.

2000 Ocean Floor Plans

1/2 floor residences:
Floors 5 – 33

North Residence A
3 bedroom 3.5 baths
2,913 ft² / 270 m² of interior space

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South Residence B
3 bedroom 3.5 baths
2,913 ft² / 270 m² of interior space

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Full floor residence
Floors 34 – 38

East and west terraces
5 bedroom 5.5 baths + maids quarters
5,818 ft² / 540.51 m² of interior space

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Duplex Penthouse
Comprising floors 39 to 42 this upper penthouse will feature rooftop pool and summer kitchen.


This project is currently under construction, prices and availability upon request.

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Hallandale approves condo king Jorge Perez’s $100 million, high-rise Beachwalk project

Hallandale Beach commissioners gave final approval Wednesday night to developer Jorge Perez’s plan to construct Beachwalk – a $100-million, 31-story hotel-residential complex on the Intracoastal Waterway.

The proposed 305-foot tower at 2600 E. Hallandale Beach Boulevard will contain 216 two-bedroom hotel-condominium suites, 84 residential units, a 1,225-square-foot restaurant and a five-story parking garage.

Commissioners also gave approval for Perez’s Related Group of Florida to spend $2.5 million to create a lush park, with a two-story restaurant and concessions, at the city’s nearby oceanfront North Beach Park.

The group will manage the facility, but the city commission said the public would still have access to the oceanfront. The term of the lease was reduced from a proposed 30-year agreement to 15 years.

In approving the project, the developer received various zoning exemptions and concessioners, including a giveway by the city of more than a third of an acre of right-of-way along portions of Diana Drive to allow for more residential units. – William Gjebre

June 7 – Hallandale Beach commissioners unanimously gave a tentative green light Wednesday night to Miami developer Jorge Perez’s plans to construct Beachwalk — a $100-million, 31-story, hotel-residential complex on the Intracoastal Waterway where the popular Manero’s restaurant once stood.

At the same time, commissioners put off until later this month a vote on a another aspect of the deal that would give Perez long-term control of a nearby prime parcel of city-owned oceanfront property to develop as a park with a restaurant.

The proposed 305-foot tower, at 2600 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd., would contain 216 two-bedroom suites that could serve as hotel rooms or condominiums, as well as an additional 84 apartments dedicated to being condominiums only. Plans include a 1,225-square foot restaurant and a five-story parking garage.

Final approvals are to be voted on June 20.

The developer, PRH-2600 Hallandale Beach LLC, is a Miami company controlled by Perez, chairman of the Related Group of Florida. If finally approved, the developer will receive various zoning exemptions and concessions, including a giveaway by the city of more than a third of an acre of right-of-way along a portion Diana Drive to allow for more residential units.

Local activist and commission candidate Csaba Kulin complained the project was too massive and that the city should not be awarding a 30-year contract for the development of the city’s one-acre oceanfront parcel.

“I’m against any giveaway of the beachfront area,” said candidate Kulin.

Kulin believes the deal would give another nearby Perez development access to the ocean and the developer control of 91 public parking spaces at the nearby residential Beach Club.

Kulin previously urged commissioners to defer the tower project because many of the residents are snowbirds and won’t be back in town until the fall.

“The problem is they are trying to shoehorn too big a building on a small site,” Kulin said.

The total site is 1.68 acres, including the land from Diana Drive.

Mayor Joy Cooper said earlier that negotiations with the developer were continuing.

“A lot of things can change,” said Cooper said, who noted that a parking shortage at the tower might not be as severe as it appears.

Cooper said she was not necessarily concerned about Perez’s group developing and managing the city’s North Beach park property, especially since he will pay for the improvements in accordance with the city’s master plan for parks. The city will be paid a percentage of the revenues from the restaurant and other concessions made available in the park, she said.

Cooper said Hallandale Beach needs new hotel space, especially at the oceanfront to attract tourists and visitors. The restaurant in the park will provide a wonderful oceanfront setting for dinners, she added.

Commissioner Keith London, who is running against Cooper, agreed.

“There is a need for quality hotel space in Hallandale.”

Perez, known as Miami’s “condo king,” did not appear at Wednesday’s meeting to talk about Beachwalk.

His Fort Lauderdale attorney, Debbie Orshefky of Greenberg Traurig, told commissioners, “We are confident that it will be successful.”

London and other commissioners hope to extract some concessions before the final vote, including a pledge from the developer that the beach park project will be completed first. Another request: regular monitoring of parking around the facility.

Residents who spoke at the meeting were equally divided on both sides of the project.

City staff endorsed the project. London, however, said he wasn’t happy that it took nearly two years to reach the commission, and that some agreements between the city and developer were incomplete.

City documents say the developer has vowed to spend up to $2.5 million to reshape the rundown North Beach park area with a two-story, 4,000-square foot structure to include the restaurant, restrooms and changing facilities for both beach goers and diners. There would be an additional 3,000 square feet of patio area facing the ocean.

Plans for the full-service restaurant call for indoor seating for 80 persons and outdoor seating for 100. Patrons could rent beach chairs, umbrellas, paddle boards and canoes. A volleyball area is planned.

For the first 10 years of the 30-year lease, the city would collect a minimum of $5,000 a month or 2.5% of gross park concession receipts, whichever is greater. The percentage would go up a notch to 3% in years 11 through 20, and rise another half-percent to 3.5% from years 21-30.

The concessionaire would pay all operating and maintenance for the park facility, and also give the city $200,000 to maintain other city parks.

Prior to issuance of the first building permit for the high-rise tower, the developer would give the city another $550,000 — $250,000 to be used for public improvements and $300,000 for improvements to affordable housing.

By William Gjebre, BrowardBulldog.org
William Gjebre can be reached at wgjebre@browardbulldog.org
Hallandale approves condo king Jorge Perez’s $100 million, high-rise Beachwalk project

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