Charles Leclerc, Formula 1 Racer, Buys Unit in Waterfront Miami Tower

On Sunday, Formula 1 driver Charles Leclerc finished third in the Miami Grand Prix. Off the track, the Monaco native is making real estate moves in the Magic City. According to a press release, Leclerc has claimed a yet-to-be-built residence inside what will be the first independent collection of luxury condominium residences by EDITION Hotels. The exact price of the renowned racer’s future abode is unknown, but units start at $2 million, with “Signature Residences” similar to the one Leclerc chose fetching a minimum of $3.1 million.

Designed by Arquitectonica architect Bernardo Fort-Brescia, the building will be known as EDITION Residences, Miami Edgewater. Construction on the 55-story tower is slated to begin sometime later this year, with the finished product set to open its doors after an estimated 36 months. When complete, it will contain 185 residences (each boasting expansive water views), 45,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenities, and 800 feet of Biscayne Bay water frontage.

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A rendering of an open plan kitchen, living, and dining area in the tower.

Image: EDITION RESIDENCES, Miami Edgewater

The glass tower’s “Signature Residences” span between 2,315 and 2,709 square feet, with one of two available floor plans: two bedrooms, two-and-a-half bathrooms, and a den; or three bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms.

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Renderings of the structure’s interiors, designed by Alessandro Munge of Studio Munge, show modern yet warm spaces with floor-to-ceiling glass walls that slide away to access balconies with panoramic ocean views. Rendering show an airy open-plan great room with a casual living area, a formal dining space, and a minimalist kitchen with light wood cabinets and a generously sized marble island, complete with a breakfast bar for more casual dining.

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A rendering of the yet-to-be-built edifice on the Miami waterfront.

Photo: EDITION RESIDENCES, Miami Edgewater

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Residents of the tower will have access to a slew of luxe amenities, including a wellness center, an “indoor-outdoor poolside garden lounge” equipped with a wet bar, a theater, a restaurant, and—perfectly apt for Leclerc—a racing simulator.

Leclerc was represented by Hans Baumgartner of Miami Real Investment.

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