Winston Towers 700

Sunny Isles Beach
  • 290 174 St
    Sunny Isles Beach, FL 33160
  • $3,200 – $559,000
  • 1,000 – 1,500 sqft

Winston Towers 700


Winston Towers 700, a prominent presence in Sunny Isles Beach, has been a cherished part of the community since its establishment in 1980. Over the decades, it has evolved to become an integral part of the local landscape, providing residents with a tranquil coastal lifestyle. Its enduring appeal lies in its commitment to offering immediate occupancy, ensuring that residents can enjoy its comforts without delay.


Winston Towers 700 takes pride in its impressive array of amenities designed to enhance residents' daily lives. These include 24-hour security for peace of mind and convenient parking. The fitness center keeps residents active and healthy, while social spaces like the game room and card room offer opportunities for leisurely moments. The tower's library is a quiet retreat for book lovers, and the sauna spa offers relaxation. The community pool invites residents to take a refreshing dip or simply lounge poolside, all within the comfort of their own community.


With its prime location at 290 NE 174th Street, this 24-story residential tower offers breathtaking views of both the ocean and the city. The welcoming pet-friendly policy, which welcomes cats, fosters a sense of community and belonging. Whether you're basking in the sun on the nearby beach or indulging in retail therapy at the renowned Bal Harbour Shops, Winston Towers 700 provides the perfect base for a balanced coastal lifestyle.

The Parapar Group

For those interested in learning or making inquiries about Winston Towers 700, 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."