Hyde Midtown is a 31-story, mixed-use condominium building located in Midtown Miami. Completed in 2018, Hyde Midtown was co-developed by Dezer Development and The Related Group and designed by award-winning architecture firm Arquitectonica. Hyde Midtown has 470 total units comprised of 410 condo residences plus 60 designer suites fully finished and furnished by David Rockwell (see Hyde Midtown floor plans). The condo residences at Hyde Midtown can be rented up to 12 times per year (with a 30-day minimum lease term) while the designer suites can be rented daily with management by SBE Hotels. In addition to designing the suites at Hyde Midtown, David Rockwell, known for turning dreams into spaces, also acted as the interior designer for the entire project, designing the common area spaces throughout. The condo residences at Hyde Midtown include studios, one-, two-, and three-bedroom floor plans each delivered finished with imported porcelain tile in kitchens and bathrooms, gourmet kitchens, contemporary European cabinetry, and stainless steel kitchen appliance package. Hyde Midtown amenities leave nothing to be desired. The 7th-floor amenities deck, which offers stunning views of Biscayne Bay, includes a heated pool, spa, poolside cabanas, state-of-the-art fitness center, full-service spa, and tennis court. In addition to these spectacular amenities, residents and guests of Hyde Midtown will find world-class, museum-quality art permanently installed throughout the building’s public spaces. Lastly, the building has restaurants located on the ground-floor level as well as a Starbucks. Hyde Midtown condominium is located at 3401 NE 1st Ave in Midtown Miami. Its location places residents of Hyde Midtown within a few blocks of various restaurants, bars, and cafes and just minutes from the high-end fashion shops and fine-dining restaurants located in the Miami Design District. Additionally, Hyde Midtown is just a short drive away from the American Airlines Arena (home to the Miami Heat), Brickell City Centre, Miami Beach, Adrienne Arsht Center, and Downtown Miami.