Just one day after the Blue Lagoon office district announced a $10 million makeover, a new apartment building in the area is ready for tenants.
Soleste Blue Lagoon, an eight-story, 330-unit multifamily project at 5375 NW Seventh St. in Miami, has received its certificate of occupancy. The luxury building, which broke ground in 2017, offers studios at $1,500 per month, two-bedrooms for $2,100 and three-bedrooms for $2,600.
“We are proud to deliver this transformative development to the Blue Lagoon area,” said Robert Suris, managing principal of The Estate Companies, the developer of the project. “Our firm is committed to developing beautiful and highly amenitized communities at a competitive price point. This winning combination makes Soleste Blue Lagoon an attractive and dynamic option for high-quality, professional tenants.”
The Blue Lagoon district sits on the northern edge of Flagami, which remains one of the most affordable residential neighborhoods in Miami-Dade.
But the concentration of more than 100 international companies that maintain offices in the Blue Lagoon district, which sits directly south of Miami International Airport, has led to a demand for Class-A rentail apartments.
The new building features amenities such as a lakeside pool with spa, sundeck and private cabanas, an aerial yoga studio and a rooftop garden with life-size chess pieces.
Based in Miami, The Estate Companies has developed luxury rental and condo properties across Florida, including projects in Naples, and Bonita Springs, as well as local projects such as the and South Florida, including The Eden House on Miami Beach and the Soleste Twenty2 in West Miami.