ICON is a one of a kind upscale two-level building, located near McCarthur Causeway and Alton Road, next to the Murano Grande. The extraordinary French architect of The Related Group designed it in 2005. This magnificent condo is most uncommon building in South of Fifth. Two structures in one, 35 and 40 floors high towers of Icon with coastal territory occupies over 1,000 feet. The windows of the skyscraper offer a breathtaking view on cruise ships arriving and departing in the bay, the famous Fisher Island, Key Biscayne and sunny Miami. Why the Icon is the best play to stay in all of the Miami Beach? Because territories of the Icon include over 7 acres of tropical paradise. Where else can you dive in the tropical life with everything you need right beside you?

Icon is a perfect combination of fashionable modern architecture and deluxe decorum that fits almost any budget. As soon as you enter the complex you are stunned by luxury and spaciousness of 20-feet ceiling lobby. Phillip Starck outdid himself designing the beautiful apartments. Reasonably small 1-3 bedroom fully furnished apartments are available in Icon. As for interior, Phillip did not design one décor style but 4, offering the guests opportunity to choose from bright palette of nature, classical, cultural and minimalist styles. Various floor coverings, windows, furniture and other elements incorporate different styles. Icon’s facilities are not inferior to the design, the complex offers high-end pool, spa, steam room, sauna and fitness center. As such hotels usually do, Icon provides concierge and security services on a 24 hours a day basis, as well as business center and postal services.

Numerous cafes and bars located on the coast and favored for their view on quite bay are available for the residents. The Icon’s location allows its residents to experience the well-known nightlife of the Miami’s South Beach. Furthermore, the famous Ocean drive is right around the corner, offering you an affluence of restaurants and shops to visit, live music and gifted musicians to listen to, and Art Deco museum’s treasure to wonder about. Slogan of Icon: « The place where you live – it’s your reflection.”