This is the first residential project of the famous hotel brand, The Standard, where they finally found the location and the team of partners and designers to develop the coolest building in Miami.
The standard residences is planned to be built on a lot at 3100 NE 1st Avenue and will have 12 stories, with 228 residences.
3301 Northeast 1st Avenue Miami, FL, 33137, United States
The Standard Residences Midtown Miami is steps from it all, located in the center of it all.
Inspired by New York’s Soho district, Midtown’s bustling sidewalks and 24/7 eclectic vibe lie at the heart of Miami’s explosive growth.
Walk, walk, walk everywhere… in heels, sneakers or a suit. Surrounded by residential buildings and lively sidewalks 24/7. The Standard Residences Midtown Miami is steps from it all, located in the center of it all.
Inspired by New York’s Soho district, Midtown’s bustling sidewalks and 24/7 electric vibe lie at the heart of Miami’s explosive growth. Midtown is Miami’s most pedestrian-friendly neighborhood, connected to the Design District to the north and Wynwood to the south. Head downstairs for a bite to eat at Sugarcane, shop at Trader Joe’s or stop by the new Whole Foods at 29th and Biscayne.
Rosso Development focuses on high-end boutique properties under the leadership of Carlos Rosso, an industry visionary who has been the driving force behind some of the most outstanding development opportunities in South Florida for more than two decades.
Another project from the Rosso Development team is Turnberry’s One Park Tower.
Founded in 2009, Midtown Development is a real estate investment firm specializing in community-focused developments, with ongoing projects in major metro areas throughout Florida. The firm assumes an active role in curating the community, building neighborhoods—or enabling others to build them—in line with a vision for walkable, connected districts that raise the value of the entire area while unlocking business opportunities.
Elegant open floor plans and nine-foot ceilings invite natural light through floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors.