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Pagani Residences Miami: When Italian Hypercar Luxury Meets Oceanfront Living

It's all fenced up!

The names have been announced, and the automotive and real estate worlds are buzzing with excitement. In an unprecedented collaboration, Riviera Horizons, the Miami-based real estate development firm, has teamed up with the ultra-prestigious Italian hypercar maker Pagani Automobili to create the world's first Pagani Residences.


Let's meet the power players:


In This Corner...Pagani Automobili

The name Pagani carries serious weight for anyone even remotely interested in ultra-high-end vehicles. Founded by Horacio Pagani, this boutique hypercar company based in Modena, Italy is renowned for its singular obsession with perfection, quality, and aggressive yet beautiful design. Pagani's lineup of drool-worthy speed machines like the Zonda and Huayra are automotive artwork, with price tags and production numbers that make them rarer than a solar eclipse.


In the Other Corner...Riviera Horizons

While less familiar than Pagani to most, Riviera Horizons is a rising star in curating exceptional living experiences in Miami's luxury housing market. Led by founder and CEO Mikael Hamaoui, this firm prides itself on creating "spaces that transcend mere structures" and allow people to truly thrive.


The Challenger...Revuelta Architecture International

Rounding out the trio is the Miami-based architecture firm tasked with executing the vision - Revuelta Architecture International. Known for distinctive contemporary designs, they'll be collaborating closely with Pagani's own design arm, Pagani Arte, to blend Italian artistry with oceanfront Miami style.


The Stakes

With a projected 2027 completion date, the 28-story Pagani Residences tower in North Bay Village is setting out to utterly redefine sophisticated waterfront living in Miami. The stats are staggering:


  • Only 70 residences total, featuring 2-4 bedrooms and up to 3,300 sq ft of interior space

  • Massive private terraces spanning 800-1,040 sq ft

  • Penthouses up to a mind-blowing 6,900 sq ft with 4,400 sq ft outdoor oasis

  • Direct water access with private boat slips

  • A 240-foot waterfront boardwalk

  • An utterly outrageous amenities package (more on that in a minute)

The price of admission to this rarefied air? A cozy $2.4 million starting ask. But of course, discretion is advised for those inquiring about penthouses...


The "Total Pagani Living Experience" As Riviera Horizon's CEO declares, Pagani Residences is all about capturing the "essence of Pagani" and translating their renowned craftmanship into "the art of handcrafted living." In other words, zero expense is being spared to lavish owners with quintessential Pagani luxury from top to bottom.


That starts with the interiors, which are being meticulously designed by Pagani Arte to infuse that minimalist yet powerful automotive aesthetic into every room. We're talking refined materials, flawless detailing, and seamless integration of cutting-edge tech.

Then there's the amenities package, which frankly sounds more over-the-top than a Real Housewives party. A few highlights:


  • Wellness amenities including spa, fitness center, Pilates/yoga studios

  • Rooftop pool/sky lounge with 360-degree views and poolside cabanas

  • Deluxe summer kitchens for alfresco chef's dinners

  • Pet spa, karting facilities (?!), and media lounge

If that isn't enough, residents will also bask in the prime North Bay Village location. Within striking distance of Miami's celebrated beaches, social clubs, golf courses, airports, and the buzzing arts/culture scenes, this serene islands enclave offers a sweet escape from the hustle.


Between the brand pedigree, bespoke design, lavish amenities, and coveted address, Pagani Residences is unquestionably swinging for the luxury real estate fences. For the chosen few with the means (and need for speed...decorating), this foray into automotive-inspired oceanfront living may just represent the pinnacle of exclusivity in Miami's high-end housing scene.

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