Marquis Residences is an ultra-luxury skyscraper that forms the northern most tip of the Biscayne Wall. The 700 foot tall tower was completed in 2008 and features 67 floors, which makes it the tallest residential building in the state and 3rd tallest building in Miami. Marquis was developed by Leviev Boymelgreen and designed by Arquitectonica.
Marquis is dual-use with a 5-Star Hotel residing in floors 1-14 and the residences from 15-67. The building features approximately 292 private residences and 56 hotel suites. The hotel will be a Me by Melia Hotel and Marquis fetaures an 8,000 SF world-class spa and fitness center. Hotel services are available to residents including room service, concierge, valet, housekeeping, etc. The building also features a pool deck with an infinity edge pool, private residents pool, cabanas, hot tubs, etc. STK Steakhouse will also be in the hotel lobby along with a cocktail lounge and other entertainment and retail options.
Marquis is an extremely well built building that was built to stand up to the the specifications of the most discerning buyers. The building was built with extra-thick, noise-reducing partition walls, smart-building technology in every unit, impact resident glass windows, quartz kitchen counter tops, rain shower head and exotic wood cabinetry. Matched with such a great Biscayne Blvd. location across the street from American Airlines Arena, The Frost Science Museum, The Perez Art Museum and Museum Park, it is no wonder why Marquis is becoming such a hot, in demand address in Downtown Miami.