Quantum on the Bay

Quantum on the Bay presents one of Miami’s most exciting two-tower residential developments in the Miami Arts District.

In 2008, Terra unveiled what would be a catalyst for three separate neighborhoods on the northern edge of Downtown Miami. Quantum on the Bay was among the first large-scale residential developments to come to the western shores of Biscayne Bay in well over 20 years. The interconnected towers, which rise 51 and 44 stories over the bayfront Margaret Pace Park, gave residents a lifestyle they were not aware they had been missing – incomparable waterfront living with all the dynamic energy of the city.

In 2008, Terra unveiled what would be a catalyst for three separate neighborhoods on the northern edge of Downtown Miami. Quantum on the Bay was among the first large-scale residential developments to come to the western shores of Biscayne Bay in well over 20 years. The interconnected towers, which rise 51 and 44 stories over the bayfront Margaret Pace Park, gave residents a lifestyle they were not aware they had been missing – incomparable waterfront living with all the dynamic energy of the city.

The Visionaries

Design Architects:
Nichols, Brosch, Sandoval

Developer:
Terra Adi International Bayshore, LLC

Project Details

Two Residential Towers

51-Story (Quantum on the Bay South)

44-Story (Quantum on the Bay North)

698 Residences

1, 2 & 3 Bedrooms

Year Completed: 2008

Highlights

Quantum on the Bay opened at a time when the City of Miami was debuting some of its most ambitious new developments as well. The Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts had just opened a few years prior, and the future had been unveiled for the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science, Perez Art Museum Miami (PAMM), and the redesign of Museum Park - all of which are walking distance from Quantum on the Bay. Quantum helped put on the map now one of the most in-demand addresses in all of Miami to date.

Quantum on the Bay’s residential mix includes lofts and condos available with studio, one-, two-, or three-bedroom floor plans ranging in size from 594 to 1,620 interior square feet.

The two towers, Quantum on the Bay South and Quantum on the Bay North, are connected by retail at the base of the buildings with direct Bayshore Drive frontage and bay views.

Quantum on the Bay is one of only a select few properties that are positioned right alongside Margaret Pace Park, which includes tennis courts, a basketball court, a children’s playground, a volleyball court, a gated dog park, and eight total acres of open and green space.

Aerial view of Quantum on the Bay building

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