For those who have always imagined a building that can bring together aesthetics, perfect integration and dialogue with the atmosphere, but also complete functionality in the service of business; this search has ended, and Yukon Building MIAMI BEACH is the answer. Strategically located to the right of the famous South Pointe, in the area of South Beach known as SoFi ( South of Fifth), the new Yukon complex is set in the dynamic and pulsating heart of Miami Beach, at 119 Washington Avenue.
A street that has been recently renovated with great attention paid to aesthetics, only 2 blocks away from the Atlantic Ocean and Biscayne Bay (to the east and to the west, respectively), close to South Beach, which has over the years become a main tourist attraction, with entertainment and meeting spots, in the wider Miami area.
South Beach is only 10 minutes away from the town centre, 20 minutes from the airport and 15 minutes from the Port of Miami (the largest cruise ship port in the world).
The South Beach Art Deco district, set up in 1984 by Miami Beach on the initiative of the Miami Beach Historic Preservation League, has the aim of preserving and promoting the use of the incredible heritage of buildings dating from the ’30s and ’40s ( the Art Deco period) that are found in the area. The same design by Arquitectonica for the Yukon building, while being a new concept, draws inspiration from the architectural allure of the surrounding area, echoing the shapes and colours giving the building a distinct identity known as Tropical Deco.
Today in the area there are numerous hotels, restaurants and shops, which are increasing in number and density, a clear manifestation of the attraction of the Art Deco District, which is also one of the few areas in the southern United States able to attract large crowds of pedestrians. In a few years Ocean Drive, Washington Avenue and Lincoln Road have been equipped with urban structures and details - from drains to lighting - setting the stage for unforgettable walks.
The area also boasts top level restaurants, including venues such as China Grill, Nemo, Tuscany Grill, Smith and Wollensky, Sohji Sushi, Prime 112, Pearl, Nikki Beach and many more, including the famous Joe’s Stone Crab: the favourite haunt of food lovers, a short distance from the entrance to Yukon. The increase in residential requirements has led to the development of condominiums and buildings of value, further enhancing the image of the area while favourably influencing the same perceptions of the market and subsequent requests for this part of South Beach, to the advantage of business in the area.