One Soundscape Park
SHVO ANNOUNCES DEVELOPMENT OF FIRST PETER MARINO DESIGNED OFFICES, ONE SOUNDSCAPE PARK, IN MIAMI BEACH
SHVO, the culture-defining real estate development and investment firm, is pleased to reveal plans for a new ultra-luxury office property, One Soundscape Park, at 1665-1667 Washington Avenue in Miami Beach.
Designed by frequent SHVO collaborator, renowned architect Peter Marino, the contemporary high-design and high-performance property One Soundscape Park is slated to elevate Miami Beach office standards with 52,500 square feet of Class A commercial space featuring panoramic exposures of Soundscape Park, South Beach, and the Atlantic Ocean.
Today's announcement reinforces SHVO's commitment to bringing world class design and architecture to Miami Beach following the recent announcement of the development of "The Alton" at 1656-1680 Alton Road, designed by internationally acclaimed Foster + Partners, and the redevelopment of the famed Raleigh Hotel and Residences, to be operated by Rosewood Hotel & Resorts, also being designed by Peter Marino. Kobi Karp Architects will reinforce both visions with local expertise.
Engaging Miami Beach's historic pedigree, the striking façade is a composition of white vertical fins that vary in density and pitch lining floor-to-ceiling glazing. A deliberate contemporary nod to Art Deco rhythmic verticals, the pleated fins also provide a sophisticated environmentally responsive solar shading device that maximizes internal daylight. The design emphasizes a rigorous commitment to quality, sustainability, state-of-the-art infrastructure, and elegant contemporary design.
Embracing a front row Soundscape Park exposure, the building features a refined, hospitality-driven lobby and five floors of vibrant office space with private loggia terraces for informal gathering. Additionally, the design showcases signature unobstructed corner exposures, an amenitized roof terrace, on-site valet parking, a tailored service program, and a dignified, private porte-cochere arrival with vertical gardens.
Integral to the design, Peter Marino has created an interior tailored to optimize a tenant's working culture and operational needs with meticulous, specialty artisanal architectural finishes, building services, and lighting components. Commissioned art and furniture play a central role in the project with Peter Marino curated pieces defining the porte-cochere and lobby.
"The vertical fins are designed to reflect an abstract version of classic 1930's shutters," according to Peter Marino. "This perfectly represents the iconic feeling of sunny Miami Beach while significantly raising the bar for office space in South Beach."
"In line with our commitment to bringing ultra-luxury Class A office to Miami Beach, we are delighted to be partnering with Peter Marino on his first office project in the city, building upon SHVO's considerable experience of delivering some of the most unique office developments in the country," said Michael Shvo, Chairman & CEO of SHVO.
SHVO is committed to high-performance and high-design commercial properties as demonstrated by additional portfolio assets Transamerica Pyramid Center in San Francisco, 711 Fifth Avenue and 530 Broadway in New York, and 333 South Wabash Avenue in Chicago.