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This Was Just Approved To Replace The Bal Harbour Beach Club

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Bal Harbour Village just approved the construction of this big rectangular glassy thing designed by Arquitectonica, to replace its old school beach club that formerly sat on a large oceanfront site in the middle of town, according to a press release. It's called Oceana Bal Harbour, and the 250 luxury units start at $2 million each. It's nearly identical to Oceana Key Biscayne, which is currently under construction, and not to be confused (yes, we were confused) with two other, older and unrelated, projects called Oceania Sunny Isles Beach and Oceania Island. A few months ago, Curbed published a bevy of renderings and plans of the new project, which you can check out here.
· Bal Harbour Beach Club coverage [Curbed Miami]

Bal Harbour Beach Club

10201 Collins Avenue, Bal Harbour, Florida