Naftali Group unveils Jem Private Residences in Miami
New York developer Naftali Group has announced official plans for a 67-story mixed-use tower in the Miami Worldcenter complex just north of downtown. Designed by Arquitectonica, the Jem Private Residences will include 550 rental units and 259 residences, which range from 469-square-foot studios to 2,052-square-foot four-bedrooms. There will also be 10 penthouses at the crown of the tower, some with outdoor hot tubs.
Naftali Group’s first foray into Miami, Jem draws inspiration from the ocean landscape, according to the release, with a wave-like design and wraparound terraces. Prices begin at $540,000, and buyers will enjoy interiors designed by New York’s Rockwell Group, including Calacatta counters and Miele appliances in the kitchen, and honed dolomite countertops and mosaic-floor-tile showers in the bathrooms. Condo amenities include a spirits-tasting room, a Sky Lounge with fireplace, a 60-foot swimming pool, and an outdoor fitness area with a boxing arena, a yoga patio, and a cold plunge pool.
Spanning several blocks in Park West, Miami Worldcenter will be one of the largest private urban real estate developments in the US. The Jem will be situated across the street from the One Thousand Museum and Ten Museum Park, and just east of two additional towers planned by Abbhi Capital.