July 2, 2018
From Baltimore to Hawaii, luxury high-rise buildings have introduced a new standard of living across the United States. Effortlessly blending with cityscape, these residential buildings transport you to an oasis in the sky. Below we’ve rounded up some of the luxury high-rises currently on our radar:

414 Light Street
414 Light Street is the tallest residential tower to stand not only in the city of Baltimore, but the entire state of Maryland. Standing at 44 stories encompassing 394 luxury residences, 414 Light Street boasts hospitality-influenced services and resort-inspired amenities, including a 7th floor sky park, a first-of-its-kind 16ft outdoor dual-sided movie theater, al fresco kitchen and dining, pet park and pet spa, fireside retreat room, game room, media room, entertainment kitchen and bar, yoga and meditation room, club-caliber fitness room and business lounge, and 12,300-square-feet of ground floor retail. The residences are slated to open in summer of 2018.

Auberge Beach Residences 
Located in Fort Lauderdale, Auberge Beach Residences & Spa is a new luxury beachfront condominium property situated on city’s last significant beachfront parcel. Anticipated to be the most refined high-rise and only on-the-sand luxury residential offering in the area, Auberge Beach Residences and Spa will be home to 171 residences designed to capture sweeping ocean views, including expansive terraces to enjoy year-round indoor-outdoor living. The North Tower will welcome residents this August with the South Tower slated to open later this year.

Oceanwide Plaza
Oceanwide Plaza is slated to be one of the most significant mixed-use developments in the history of downtown Los Angeles. Oceanwide Plaza will encompass a variety of lifestyle experiences including a new five-star Park Hyatt hotel, a collection of curated retailers and restaurants and a total of 504 ultra luxury residential offerings of that will completely revolutionize the urban lifestyle of downtown Los Angeles. Comprised of three residential and hotel towers and an approximately 153,000 square foot open-air galleria set, the development will create a vibrant new shopping, dining and entertainment destination. Completion is set for 2019.

Located at Ward Village in Honolulu, A‘ali’i will feature 751 homes. Created by acclaimed architectural firm Solomon Cordwell Buenz in partnership with renowned interior architect Lauren Rottet of Rottet Studio, the Hawaiian high-rise will be the third tower of sky-high living in the mixed-use destination of Ward Village. The studio residences at ‘A‘ali‘i are designed for maximum flexibility and versatility, featuring tailor-made furniture, including a Smart Wall with a retractable sofa bed and desk. ‘A’ali’i will be curated with turnkey packages featuring Bosch appliances, an array of thoughtfully designed, high-quality accessories ranging from cookware to complete bedding and bath, and modern “smart” furniture tailor-made for each home.

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