Portofino Tower

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Portofino Towers in Miami Beach. Photo: Marc Averette

Portofino Tower is a residential skyscraper in Miami Beach, Florida. South Beach. It is located on the southern extremity of the city overlooking Government Cut. Portofino, which opened in 1997, is 484 ft (148 m) tall and contains 44 floors. It is located in the "SOFI" (South of Fifth Street) neighbourhood.

It is the fourth tallest skyscraper in Miami Beach.[1]

Developed by Thomas Kramer's Portofino Group in partnership with the Related Group of Florida, Portofino Tower was South of Fifth's first luxury skyscraper condominium.[2]

Portofino Tower contains eight different floor plans ranging from 1,000 sq ft (93 m2) to more than 6,000 sq ft (560 m2). Amenities include a swimming pool, tennis courts, fitness center, full-time concierge service, recreation room, and four-story lobby.

Because of Portofino Tower's high profile and high-security accommodations, the building has become the home of multiple national and international celebrities. Famous current and former residents include: Donald Sutherland, Sir Ivan, Ingrid Casares, Nicola Giol, and Anna Kournikova

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Preceded by
La Gorce Palace
Tallest Building in Miami Beach
1997—2000
148m
Succeeded by
Blue and Green Diamond

Coordinates: 25°46′04″N 80°08′06″W / 25.767664°N 80.135051°W / 25.767664; -80.135051