In the 1920s, Miami Beach’s first commercial strip, Española Way, became an artists’ colony. Creative types seeking life by the sea moved to the city in droves, including an artist who discovered a unique Tudor home in the South of Fifth neighborhood. We transformed their eclectic beach cottage, now a landmark, into a House that’s only steps from the ocean, yet far enough away from the noise of South Beach tourists.
Welcome to your light and airy retreat in Miami Beach, where you'll find coastal details, including whitewashed wood walls and ceilings. Like cascading waves, layers of art, color, and texture create our playful interpretation of an artist's bedroom. Of course, the Le Labo bath amenities, Revival New York linens, and Marshall speakers you know and love are part of the story of your stay.
Fill your South of Fifth story with a few of our favorite local places near the House.
South of Fifth is an ever-progressing neighborhood that never loses its character. Filled with local bars, restaurants, and high-end residences, SoFi is steps from the majestic Atlantic Ocean, but a world away from the crowds and parties.