In the heart of Miami’s skyline, Dolce & Gabbana’s first-ever real estate project at 888 Brickell promises a union of fashion sophistication with architectural grandeur. Representing Dolce & Gabbana’s debut into high-end real estate, this building isn’t just a residential skyscraper—it’s a statement of luxury, craftsmanship, and innovative design.
Marked as Miami’s tallest structure, the 90-story, 1,049-foot tower epitomizes “living in style.” It is a paragon of luxury living, comprising 259 custom-designed residences and a five-star hotel. Designed in collaboration with Studio Sofield and ODP Architects, its majestic black and ivory façade punctuated with a golden crown, stands as a testament to Miami’s evolving architectural landscape.
This isn’t just about brick and mortar; it’s about blending the iconic Dolce & Gabbana brand ethos with urban luxury living. The interiors, curated by Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana, showcase white, black, and gold pales with exquisite marbles like Bianco Striata, Nero Marquina, and Giallo Imperiale. Add Venetian chandeliers and freestanding bathtubs with oceanic vistas, and it paints a picture of pure luxury.
Michael Stern, the visionary behind JDS Development Group, envisions these residences as turnkey solutions. Every facet of the interiors exudes Dolce & Gabbana’s signature flair, from luxurious bathrobes to intricately arranged books on shelves. Such attention to detail ensures residents enjoy an immersive experience that mirrors the brand’s timeless elegance.
But the luxury isn’t limited to the residential units. Spanning over 115,000 square feet, the tower’s amenities rival the world’s finest resorts. Residents and guests can enjoy many facilities, from a state-of-the-art fitness center, golf simulator, and recovery spa to a grand pool bar with private cabanas and water lounge chairs. Not to mention a signature restaurant curated by Dolce & Gabbana, ensuring dining experiences that match the tower’s grandeur.
The façade, a mesmerizing blend of ivory travertine and matte black steel beams, is enhanced by a golden beaded “necklace,” reflecting Miami’s shimmering sun. Drawing inspiration from modernist skyscrapers and Milanese mid-century design, 888 Brickell distinctly stands out from its neighbors.
As Miami emerges as a global hub for luxury real estate, the Dolce & Gabbana Tower sets a new benchmark in height or design and in the essence of blending high fashion with high living. It’s not just a residence—it’s an experience, a testament to the power of collaboration between two titans: Dolce & Gabbana and JDS Development Group.
So, as 2027 approaches, the world watches with bated breath. The Dolce & Gabbana Tower isn’t just another building on Miami’s skyline; it embodies a lifestyle, a symbol of unmatched luxury, and a beacon for what’s possible when fashion and architecture meet.