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$1.8M sky lounge designed by Koko Architecture + Design debuts in Miami

The City of Miami mayor was on hand for the sky lounge’s unveiling at Miami Tower.

Miami Tower

A $1.8 million sky lounge was unveiled Tuesday on the eleventh floor of the Miami Tower in Miami.

The reveal was by Transwestern, which manages the floor-to-ceiling glass property for Sumitomo Corporation of Americas.

The sky lounge is part of the 5,500-square-foot sky lobby. Amenities include three bars, a banquet seating area, a 1,700-square-foot commercial kitchen, and a conference room that seats 20 people.

The 13,000-square foot, open space sky lounge includes sofas, hanging pod chairs, and tables for hosting any event—whether social or professional.

The open space is designed by Koko Architecture + Design, a duo who says the sky lounge’s furniture and curves are inspired by clouds.

The City of Miami Mayor Francis Suarez and Consul General Ken Okaniwa were amongst the 100 community leaders in attendance.

Miami Tower

100 Southeast 2nd Street, , FL 33131