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Built in 1947, The Raleigh is hailed as a “Grand Dame” of South Beach Art Deco design. Originally lauded as an icon in terms of both architectural style and design, this distinction remains today. The redevelopment of the property will embrace the same innovative spirit of the architect who originally transformed it into one of the premier South Beach hotels and will return The Raleigh to a symbol of style and luxury, not only in Miami Beach, but around the world.

The Raleigh is home to Miami’s most iconic swimming pool, originally constructed for the famed actress Ester Williams, and repeatedly labeled as the most stunning pool in America with its iconic design and flourishing tropical foliage. The property also boasts 100 feet of beach frontage in the heart of South Beach.

Address
1775 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, FL
Use
Hospitality
Retail
Investment Strategy
Opportunistic
Architecture
Lawrence Murray Dixon (1940)
aerial view of an art deco style pool
aerial view of an art deco style pool