Late star designer Lorraine Letendre’s Miami pad asks $4.5M


A Miami triplex once home to the late celebrity interior designer Lorraine Letendre is poised to hit the market for $4.5 million.

The lavish home is at Ten Museum Park, the downtown condo tower at 1040 Biscayne Blvd.

Letendre’s clients and projects included fashion designer Calvin Klein’s Hamptons home and Hollywood director/producer Michael Bay’s LA residence. Letendre passed away in April at age 72 of cancer. Last year, she donated $100,000 to establish the Lorraine Letendre Gynecologic Oncology Research Fund at the University of Miami.

Letendre also designed every detail of this home, and her personal condo has star touches — including a pool on the balcony.

Inside, there are 20-foot-high ceilings, floor-to-ceiling glass windows — and stunning ocean, city and bay views.

Sliding glass impact doors open to the balcony.

The 3,986-square-foot “tower suite” is on the 42nd, 43rd and 44th floors. It features three bedrooms and 3½ baths.

Interior of the Miami triplex.
The downtown Miami triplex sports 3,986 square feet.
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Interior/exterior of the balcony pool.
Pool on the balcony? Check.
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The sleek kitchen inside the Biscayne Boulevard triplex.
The sleek kitchen inside the Biscayne Boulevard triplex.
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To work from home or dine? That is the question.
To work from home or dine? That is the question.
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The future buyer will enjoy 20-foot ceilings and as-high windows.
The future buyer will enjoy 20-foot ceilings and as-high windows.
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A library area inside the home.
A library lounge keeps reading time Zen.
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Exterior of the bay and city views from the balcony.
Enjoy both bay and city views from the balcony.
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The first floor includes a home office. The residence itself boasts intricate details including custom millwork, and lime-based plaster walls and ceilings. There are also concealed flush doors, smart-wired lighting and drapes — and water filtration.

Built in 2007, the building boasts amenities including a gym, a wave pool, spaces for yoga and cycling, and a steam room with a spa. 

The listing brokers are Jill Hertzberg and Jill Eber of Coldwell Banker Realty. 



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