ADD Inc., an architecture and design firm, on Jan. 9 announced that it commenced a $40 million renovation project at the Southgate Towers apartment buildings in Miami Beach, Fla.
Architect Jonathan Cardello, director of ADD’s Miami office,will lead the renewal project of the two-tower building, the company said in a statement.
Scope of the work include a new façade, 495 newly designed residences, lobby and ground floor amenities plus the addition of pool cabanas, a restaurant and retail spaces, the company said.
The project is expected to be completed in 2015.
Both towers will feature a façade enriched in colors of blue and white and balconies with new glass rails and perforated aluminum screens.The lobbywill be completely revitalized with a glass wall. The ground-floor clubroom and fitness center will be renovated with the addition of a workout room that can be used for yoga or personal training, according to the company.
Southgate Towers is owned and managed by Gumenick Properties.