Apogee became the centerpiece of the southern tip of South Beach, an area known as “South of Fifth.” The aptly named property rose on the neighborhood’s last great waterfront parcel, surrounded by Biscayne Bay, Government Cut and the Atlantic. The South of Fifth neighborhood is nearly a decade in the making — the vision of developer
Jorge Perez of The Related Group of Florida. It started with Perez’s Portofino Tower and culminates with Apogee, the 67-unit ultra-exclusive property priced from $4-15 million. In contrast to frenetic central Miami Beach, SoFi (as South of Fifth has become known) feels alluringly laid back. Sophisticated insiders know Apogee’a location well, and head south at Ocean Drive for five eclectic blocks between Fifth Street and Government Cut. SoFi is part of the Ocean Beach Historic District and contains 20 Art Deco gems, many operating as hotels, restaurants and clubs. It’s also home to the Miami Beach Marina.
800 South Pointe Drive, Miami Beach Florida, 33139
Approximately 68 residences in a 22 story building
Four residences per floor, each with flow-through design to give each unit both a water view and a city view
Only two floorplans available: 3103 s.f. and 4145 s.f.
Three special penthouse floorplans, each with rooftop pool
Windows are crafted from a special "pure and clear" glass, which also offers impact resistance and sound resistance
The main lobby is for resident and guest use only. A services elevator will be used by others, such as delivery personnel.
Developer: The Related Group
Year Built: 2007
No. of Units: 67
Unit Sizes: From 3103 to 4145 s.f.
Today's Prices Range From: $7,500,000 to $25,000,000