Winston Towers 500

Sunny Isles Beach
  • 301 174 St
    Sunny Isles Beach, FL 33160
  • $2,500 – $1,170,000
  • 1,100 – 2,400 sqft

Winston Towers 500


Winston Towers 500, a towering presence in Sunny Isles Beach since its inception in 1976, carries a rich legacy of coastal living. Its history is interwoven with the growth and transformation of this vibrant community, making it an integral part of the local fabric. With immediate occupancy, it has welcomed generations of residents to experience the essence of coastal comfort.


This 24-story residential tower is designed to offer residents a wealth of amenities that enhance their daily lives. From the moment you step into the secure lobby, you'll experience a sense of tranquility and convenience. With features like 24-hour security and ample parking, Winston Towers 500 ensures peace of mind and hassle-free living. The fitness center is equipped to help residents stay active and healthy, while social spaces like the game room and card room provide opportunities for leisurely moments. The tower's library is a quiet sanctuary for book enthusiasts, and the sauna spa offers relaxation. Meanwhile, a community pool provides a refreshing escape or a place to soak up the sun, all within the comforts of your own community.


Situated at 301 NE 174th Street, Winston Towers 500 offers captivating views of both the ocean and the city, creating a stunning backdrop for everyday living. While it may not be pet-friendly, it makes up for it with a prime location that places residents just minutes away from the sun-kissed beach and the bustling Bal Harbour Shops.

The Parapar Group

For those interested in learning or making inquiries about Winston Towers 500, they can reach out to the provided contact number: 305-778-6933.

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Sunny Isles Beach, located in Miami-Dade County, Florida, has a rich history dating back to the 1920s when it was envisioned as a tourist resort known as "Sunny Isles, the America Riviera."