Bercow Radell & Fernandez Congratulates Its Client, Fontainebleau Miami Beach, on the North Tower Addition of Nine Luxury Penthouses
Three historic Miami Beach properties are about to see massive restoration. Architectural experts Nichols Brosch Wurst Wolfe & Associates (NBWW), internationally recognized for the restoration and redesign of many of Miami’s most legendary properties, will restore and renovate Kimpton’s The Angler’s Hotel, The Fontainebleau Miami Beach’ North Tower, and The Versailles, located in the new Faena District.
“Architecture must reflect its environment and context, while paying respect to the history of its surroundings,” says NBWW partner, Don F. Wolfe, Jr. “The historic architecture of Miami Beach is what defines the city’s spirit. We are honored to continuously be tasked with restoring these iconic properties, while infusing them with textures and finishes for the 21st century and beyond in the hopes that generations to come will marvel in Miami Beach’s architectural splendor.”
Originally designed in the 1950’s by famed architect Morris Lapidus, The Fontainebleau Miami Beach underwent a $1 billion renovation and redevelopment that was completed in 2008. Now, NBWW is adding more dimension to the hotel’s North Tower with a two-story, all-glass rooftop addition with nine ultra-luxury one- and two-bedroom suites complete with private rooftop gardens, outdoor spa pools and sweeping ocean views. – Jennifer LeClaire