Roney Palace – Ocean front value from the 300,000

The Roney Palace is a stunning oceanfront luxury condo complex, situated at one of the most-popular sections of South Beach.  This historic property is also home to the new Gansevoort South Hotel, David Barton Gym & Spa and is ideally located on the quiet edge of South Beach within walking distance of the Miami City Ballet, Bass Museum of Art, Miami Beach Library, Jackie Gleason Theatre, Lincoln Road and Ocean Drive.

People of all kinds, including many celebrities, have been coming to the Roney Palace for years.  The entire property was renovated in 2000 and the apartments were transformed into exceptional residences.  Many people use the Roney Palace as a vacation home, and units range in size from 565 square-foot (52 m2) studios to 1480 square-foot (137 m2) 2 bedroom units.  The building has a liberal rental policy, and many owners find that they can rent their units seasonally.

The Roney Palace sits next to the new W SOUTH BEACH and is just a few steps from THE SETAI.  A new Walgreen’s sits across the street as do many restaurants and local businesses.  You truly never need a car.  And, you can walk to South Beach’s Lincoln Road in a matter of minutes.

Roney Palace

– Well-designed studios, 1 and 2 bedroom units (Swe: 1or, 2or och 3or)

– Most units have balconies

– Central Air Conditioning is in the building, not on your individual electricity bill

– Stunning resort-quality pool areas

– World-class gym and spa, operated by David Barton

– Complementary valet parking for all residents

Roney Palace is located at 2301 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33140



The original Roney Palace was built by Newton T. Roney and opened in January of 1926 (designed by the same architect as the Waldorf in New York City, Florida’s Breakers in Palm Beach and the Biltmore in Coral Gables). A classic, rich in history and fame guests included The Duke and Duchess of Windsor, Orson Welles, Rita Hayworth, Bernard Gimbel and Vincent Astor. Desi Arnaz often performed and radio commentator Walter Winchell did many of his famous worldwide broadcasts from the Roney’s world-renowned Bamboo Room and Restaurant. Roney Plaza was the first hotel on Miami Beach to offer cabanas, tennis and a nine-hole golf course.

In 1968, the Franklin Brother Construction Group purchased the Roney Plaza. They demolished, and then re-built a new Roney Plaza, which opened in 1971 and was home to the famed 30,000-sq. ft., Roney Pub. Today, the property has retained the historical name, Roney Palace. The building has also undergone a $25 million-plus renovation that includes a 10,000-sq. ft. fitness center and spa, a tropically landscaped fantasy pool, a grand circular port cochere entrance and 30,000-sq. ft. of banquet space. Additionally the site now includes the adjacent luxury Roney Palace Resort & Spa.

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