Miami’s Condo Market Serves Up Aces

Buyers in the market for South Florida luxury real estate are bringing their A-game – with tennis. In fact, Miami icons like David Grutman are making a racquet about the sport on and off the court. The hospitality heavyweight, who’s strategic partnership with Prince Sports has helped the brand expand its customer base and tap into the South Beach scene, is even known for hosting matches with tennis champions, celebrities, and the City’s mayor at his Miami home.

Now, new luxury condos in Miami are attracting end-user buyers with country club amenities like tennis courts. And with health and wellness top of mind these days, developers are incorporating socially distanced, outdoor sports that residents can practice safely, like tennis – which happens to be considered the ‘ideal social distancing sport.’

On the heels of the U.S. Open taking place at the end of the month/starting, below are just a few of Miami’s newest luxury condo towers that are the perfect match for residents looking to stay active: 

  • Missoni Baia: OKO Group and Cain International’s Missoni Baia – the famous Italian fashion house’s first residential tower in the world – will feature a private, elevated full-size tennis court with stunning views of Biscayne Bay and the Miami Beach skyline, extravagant enough to fall in “love.” The luxury condominium will incorporate the brand’s Missoni Home furniture collection and trademark colorful design palette into the tower’s vibrant interiors, public spaces and amenity areas. With its exceptional waterfront location along the bay in Miami’s Edgewater enclave, spectacular views, and top-of-the-line amenities, Missoni Baia will set a new standard for luxury living upon its completion later this year.

  • Aria ReserveMelo Group’s Aria Reserve luxury condominium development – encompassing twin 60-story towers on the shores of Miami’s Biscayne Bay – features a two-acre recreation deck home to full-size tennis courts, basketball courts and paddle courts. Construction of the development’s first tower is anticipated to begin in early 2022 and be completed by 2024.
  • Paramount Miami Worldcenter: Branded as the “most amenitized tower in the world,” the newly opened Paramount Miami Worldcenter in Downtown Miami offers purple hard-court tennis courts – the same color as the annual Miami Open courts – which are built to regulation size as part of the 60-story tower’s two-acre sports complex. Alongside the tennis courts are multiple pools, a soccer field, yoga deck and running track.  

  • ARTE SurfsideFeaturing an impressive suite of luxury resort-style amenities like a 75’ indoor lap pool and meditation pond, the fitness and recreation spaces at ARTE in Miami Beach’s Surfside neighborhood are complete with a state-of-the-art fitness center and rooftop tennis court. You might even encounter some famous faces serving up aces on the courts with high-profile residents like Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner.