X Marks the Spot in PMG’s X Miami

The concept for a 464-unit building in downtown Miami was so new, PMG needed a new division to design it. ’ X Miami is the first in a series of projects—soon to include locations in Chicago, Fort Lauderdale, and Denver—in which residents can rent furnished or unfurnished apartments, or even just a private bedroom and bathroom with shared living areas and kitchens flooded with light from the floor-to-ceiling windows and balconies.

Kitchens integrate quartz countertops, Frigidaire appliances, and cabinetry by Italkraft. Photography courtesy of X Miami.
A unit’s common area includes a sofa by Interior Define and coffee table by Mercury Row; Tropalite made the ceiling lights. Photography courtesy of X Miami.

Common areas, some in collaboration with , disrupt the division between work and play. “There’s a two-level co-working space with private meeting rooms,” says PMG’s managing partner Benjamin Brichta, “a modern gym big enough to cancel your gym membership and mezzanine grilling and entertainment area, a pool with a lawn and performance stage, and a screening lounge for daily viewing events.”  And also blur the separation between public and private, with a coffeehouse, cocktail bar, and restaurant open to all.

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