Higher ceiling heights – now common in all units, not just penthouses – give residents the luxury of natural light with floor-to-ceiling windows, breathtaking views comparable to those available higher floors and the ability to decorate their spaces with stately fixtures.
The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Miami Beach, feature 111 condominium residences with a selection of loft-style units that boast remarkably high ceilings reaching a maximum height of 16-feet. Floor-to-ceiling windows allow in ample natural light a provide vast views from Piero Lissoni’s first full-scale architectural project in the U.S.
The Tower at Gramercy Square features a number of luxury residences, besides the penthouse, with exceptionally high ceilings. Select residences that range from studios to three-bedroom homes feature 11 to 14 foot ceiling heights and are found on multiple floors throughout the 17-story building. Gramercy Square is a four-building condominium being developed by Clipper Equity and the Chetrit Group in the Gramercy Park neighborhood of Manhattan.
Three Hundred Collins, features a limited collection of townhouses featuring expansive open layouts and massive 18’6”ceilings. The 19-unit boutique property is nestled within the stylish community of Miami Beach’s exclusive residential South of Fifth neighborhood and conceived by New York City’s “designer for the one percent” Thomas Juul-Hansen.
Ceilings take on new heights at Hill West Architects design, 1 Seaport. New York City’s soon-to-be first all glass residential tower welcome residents home with 11 ft. ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows that provide mesmerizing views of the water and seaport.
L’Atelier Residences, internationally acclaimed furniture designer Holly Hunt’s first-ever residential development, is a 24-residence boutique oceanfront luxury high-rise in Miami Beach with select residences featuring 11-foot ceiling heights. The residences on various floors offer high ceilings that are met with floor-to-ceiling windows to provide gorgeous, panoramic ocean views.
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The Ritz-Carlton Residences – The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Miami Beach
Three Hundred Collins – Bloomimages
Gramercy Square – Familiar Control
One Seaport – Hill West Architects
L’Atelier – L’Atelier Residences Miami Beach