Five Park

A transformational project uniting two Miami Beach neighborhoods with curated amenities and programming, public art and parks, and innovative community space.

Five Park Miami Beach Sunset

Built for form, function, enjoyment, and sustainability, Five Park is a soaring 48-story luxury residential tower located adjacent to the MacArthur Causeway entry to Miami Beach. As such, it has the unique distinction of being able to connect two neighborhoods that have previously always remained divided – South of Fifth and West Avenue. This is made possible by an integrated pedestrian bridge, which also serves as an artistic welcome sign spanning the entire MacArthur Causeway entrance to Miami Beach. An adjacent three-acre public park is also connected to the building’s overall site plan with multiple public spaces within its design. This is in addition to the on-site workspaces, indoor and outdoor fitness areas, and 50,000+ total square feet of amenities within the residential tower.

Five Park Miami Beach Sunset

Built for form, function, enjoyment, and sustainability, Five Park is a soaring 48-story luxury residential tower located adjacent to the MacArthur Causeway entry to Miami Beach. As such, it has the unique distinction of being able to connect two neighborhoods that have previously always remained divided – South of Fifth and West Avenue. This is made possible by an integrated pedestrian bridge, which also serves as an artistic welcome sign spanning the entire MacArthur Causeway entrance to Miami Beach. An adjacent three-acre public park is also connected to the building’s overall site plan with multiple public spaces within its design. This is in addition to the on-site workspaces, indoor and outdoor fitness areas, and 50,000+ total square feet of amenities within the residential tower.

The Visionaries

Executive Architect: Arquitectonica

Interior Architecture & Design:
Gabellini + Sheppard

Design Director: Anda Andrei

Park Design: ArquitectonicaGEO

Art Curator: Sarah Harrelson

Bridge Design: Daniel Buren

Lighting Design:
L’Observatoire International

Developer:
TCH 500 Alton, LLC

Property Details

48-story tower

98 residences ranging from two to five bedrooms

51,000 square feet of amenities

Sustainable landscaping with native plant species

3-acre Canopy Park featuring a MONSTRUM Playground,

Artistic pedestrian bridge designed by Daniel Buren

The Canopy Club

Five Park offers the unique advantage of membership in a premier club for residents only, The Canopy Club, which occupies the property’s entire 26th floor and offers private dining, a variety of wellness pursuits, a signature spa, cocktail bars, and lounges exclusively for residents. The Canopy Club also makes full-service beach enjoyment possible, with a dedicated owner’s beach club experience.

Artist Spotlight

At 158 feet long and composed of a patchwork of translucent, colored glass panels, the Miami Beach Canopy Bridge, aptly named Walking Along, Under, and On the Colors, adds a much-needed landmark entrance to the southern end of the Miami Beach island. Designed by French conceptual artist, Daniel Buren, it is also a long-awaited pedestrian walkway that provides enhanced accessibility along the Miami Beach bayfront and Miami Beach marina, stretching all the way to South Pointe Park, lighthouse, and pier.

Throughout a career that spans more than 50 years, Buren’s works have been powerful expressions that highlight the relationships between art and its surroundings. As such, all of Buren’s works are created in situ, incorporating elements of light, color, and even form from the spaces in which they are presented. Walking Along, Under, and On the Colors follows this approach by capturing the sunlight as it moves across the sky, creating a kaleidoscopic effect along the colored glass panels that changes throughout the day and evening. This, in turn, speaks to the multifaceted spirit and culture of Miami Beach, ranging from its art deco history and quiet beachfront beginnings to its cosmopolitan nightlife and culture, and beyond.

Buren is responsible for some of the most famous and recognizable public art installations around the world, including the 260 black and white pillars at the Palais Royal in Paris and the sails of colored glass at Fondation Louis Vuitton. Buren’s works can be found in the Tate Modern, the Museum of Modern Art, and the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris.

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Community Impact

Canopy Park is more than an aesthetically pleasing outdoor space; it also serves broader initiatives such as environmental stewardship and community connection. ArquitectonicaGEO, working together with lead designer, Laurinda Spear, created a three-acre, intelligently designed public park with multiple areas of focus and purpose. An authentic tropical Miami Beach ecosystem is reflected in a wide selection of mature native and exotic trees which absorb CO2 and toxins, improve air quality, and retain up to 90% of stormwater runoff that previously escaped to the bay during heavy rainfall. The foliage also creates a natural shade canopy that reduces temperatures and makes the flowing lawns and shady hammocks of the park pleasant to use all year round.

Intended for all ages and interests, Canopy Park also includes thoughtfully plotted sites such as a vast multipurpose lawn, a MONSTRUM play area with climbable sculpture, a designated dog park with pet-friendly amenities, outdoor gym space, integrated retail or food-and-beverage space, and a botanical garden planted with native trees and flowers, and a public art installation by Miami-based sculptor Mark Handforth. The park is also home to more than 600 orchids planted throughout the grounds as part of the combined efforts of the Million Orchid Project, the National Orchid Garden, and Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden, who are working with the public to propagate wild orchids and reintroduce biodiversity in the area.

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Lifestyle

By studying the existing population and target resident profile of South Beach, Terra identified a unique market niche that had previously gone underserved. The team then collaborated with top designers and lifestyle experts to craft a one-of-a-kind residential offering.

Within the property itself, white glove service, exceptional culinary offerings, tailored wellness activities, vibrant leisure and entertainment offerings, and a creative sense of community have been infused into the everyday dynamic. This can be seen in The Canopy Club located on the 26th floor. A private dining room, intimate bar, lounge seating, and a large outdoor terrace deliver views in all directions as well as dedicated club-level concierge service for enjoying those areas. When residents venture out to beaches, shopping, or other South Beach destinations, the dedicated service of The Canopy Club goes with them - assisting with beach chairs and umbrellas, dinner reservations, car service and other bespoke experiences.

 

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The Visionaries

The multifaceted nature of Five Park is made possible through a cooperative approach to creative design and storytelling. Terra wanted to ensure that the project incorporated perspectives that enriched the lives of all who would encounter the property: residents, Miami Beach neighbors, travelers, and local visitors. To do so, a unique team of specialists was assembled to bring their talents together in a cohesive experience unlike any other in the city.

Bernardo Fort-Brescia and Raymond Fort, of the world-renowned Arquitectonica, are the pioneers behind the bold architectural design of the tower that intertwines function, beauty, and sustainability into a single destination inspired by Biscayne Bay and the vibrant culture of Miami and South Beach. The interior design schemes continue this concept with innovative residential aesthetics by New York-based firm, Gabellini Sheppard Associates, and overall design considerations overseen by Anda Andrei, known for her award-winning work in the global boutique hospitality realm. An impressive art collection throughout the property’s common spaces is curated by Sarah Harrelson, Founder and Editor-in-Chief of CULTURED Magazine, a revered publication covering contemporary art, design, and culture. Added to the work of ArchitectonicaGEO, who brought to life Canopy Park, and key artists such as Daniel Buren and Mark Handforth, Five Park has redefined what landmark development can mean to a community.

 

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