Extraordinary architecture by Pritzker Award winning architect Rafael Moneo

State-of-the art health and wellness, prevention, and longevity offerings

Exquisite interiors designed by world-renowned designer Michael Bedner

Connection to the arts and music through on-site artists-in-residence and studios

Gastronomical adventures for discerning palates

Uncompromising bespoke services led by industry titan Horst Schulze

With unparalleled amenities, the cultural sensibility brought by international architecture and interior design, and the promise of highly customized services and experiences, Apeiron will be unlike any other service residence and hotel. It will embody the notion of a curated lifestyle, reflecting a way of life in which choices are deliberate, selective and refined.

Apeiron will launch its flagship on the grounds of The Jockey Club in Miami, Florida amid 22-acres of waterfront property, amidst expansive views of the Atlantic Ocean stretching from Key Biscayne to Golden Beach.

Apeiron at The Jockey Club will be a dynamic, community-driven residential environment that will integrate arts, culture, superb dining and unparalleled services, together with outstanding amenities to ensure maximum health, wellness and youth preservation.

Essential to Apeiron’s model is a limitless and seamless connection to our clients’ needs. We strive to provide superior amenities coupled with individualized and unscripted customer service that surpasses expectations and evolves with the individual, anticipating needs and defining what it means to live well.

Full-service rejuvenation and relaxation spa

Exceptional, 24-hr/365 day concierge services

Unprecedented health and wellness offerings with an emphasis on prevention and youth preservation

Unmatched 38-slip mega-yacht deep-water marina

World-class arts and cultural programs and events

Superb on-site or in-home private dining, focused on locally farmed and organic cuisine

In-residence artists and on-site artist studios

Apeiron at The Jockey Club in Miami, Florida is a 22-acre waterfront property with expansive views of Biscayne Bay and the ocean that includes a 51-slip mega-yacht deep-water marina. The initial phase of the Flagship will include a 45-story tower with 120 serviced residences that range from 2,700 SF to over 4,500 SF and a 90-room boutique hotel. Integrated into a robust 5-acre state-of-the-art health and wellness facility, the Flagship will include tennis courts, outdoor pools, and recreational facilities.

Apeiron is being designed by world-renowned architect Rafael Moneo of Spain, winner of architecture’s highest honor, the prestigious Pritzker Prize. Mr. Moneo is one of the world’s foremost contemporary architects with a body of work that spans more than fifty years and an extensive portfolio including high-rises, museums, university buildings and other prominent structures, including a new wing of Madrid’s famed Prado Museum.


About the Design. Carefully located between the existing ensemble of towers that provide the backdrop for the celebrated Jockey Club, the new Apeiron tower looks across Biscayne Bay at some of the most sought after views in Miami. Apeiron stands at the foot of the marina, connecting to the boardwalk, tennis and parking platform as well as the terraces of the wellness center, providing a powerful and dramatic centerpiece set to rejuvenate the grounds of the Jockey Club.


With a staggered silhouette, the new tower fits discreetly among the earlier towers from the ´60’s and ´70’s serenely asserting a clean, contemporary aesthetic. Capturing views to the northeast and southeast across the Bay, each individual home is organized along this emphatic orientation, providing the façade with a strong texture of vertical surfaces and crisp edges, culminating in a light, luminous image that will create a new beacon on the bay.



Horst Schulze, chairman and CEO of Capella Hotel Group, is a legend and leader in the service world. His vision has helped reshape concepts of customer service throughout the hospitality and service industries. In 1991, Schulze was recognized as “corporate hotelier of the world” by HOTELS magazine. In 1995, he was awarded the Ishikawa Medal for his personal contributions to the quality movement. In 1999, Johnson & Wales University gave him an honorary Doctor of Business Administration degree in Hospitality Management. Schulze served as vice chairman of The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company from 2001-2002, after serving as president and COO of The Ritz-Carlton Group, starting in 1988. Under his leadership, the Group was awarded the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award in both 1992 and 1999 thereby being  the first and only hotel company to win even one such award. In addition, Ritz-Carlton was continuously voted “best hotel company in the world” by several trade publications. Upon joining Ritz-Carlton as a charter member and VP of Operations in 1983, Schulze created the operating and service standards that have become world renowned. He was appointed EVP in 1987 and president and COO in 1988. When he left Ritz-Carlton to form the Capella Hotel Group, Schulze was responsible for the $2 billion Ritz-Carlton operations worldwide. Prior to his long tenure with Ritz-Carlton, Schulze spent nine years with Hyatt Hotels Corporation, where he was a hotel general manager, regional VP and corporate VP. Schulze serves on several boards including Reliance Trust Company and Cancer Treatment Centers of America among others.



Michael Bedner, outgoing Chairman of HBA International, has been with the firm since its inception in l964 as a student, draftsman, designer, project designer, Design Director and President. Bedner partnered with Howard Hirsch, the firm’s founder, the same year he opened the Atlanta office, thus becoming Hirsch Bedner and Associates. He was extensively involved in the Hong Kong, Shanghai, London, San Francisco and Singapore offices as well as the core office in Los Angeles. During his tenure at Hirsch Bedner and Associates, Bedner expanded the scope of the company to include planning, design, art, graphics, apparel, tabletop and procurement. He extended HBA’s portfolio to include resorts, boutique hotels, cruise ships, restaurants, casinos and many more areas of design resulting in today’s largest hospitality design firm, with 16 offices, 1500 people, and more than 1200 completed projects. Michael Bedner has mentored hundreds of young designers, lectured extensively at institutions throughout the world, provided space and staffing for hospitality design classes conducted through UCLA’s Extension and set up a Design Competition and Awards Program at UCLA to honor Howard Hirsch. Throughout his career, he has exemplified the highest standards of integrity, while remaining committed to three principles: “Do the best job you can – no excuses,” “Grow from every experience”, and “Have fun – if you aren’t enjoying the process, don’t do it!”.



Muayad (Mo) Abbas is the founder and managing partner of Urbanis, a real estate development firm that is engaged in several projects in South Florida. He held a Vice President role at the Related Group’s International arm, Related International, for its operations in Panama, Colombia and Argentina, which included the development of mix-use projects valued at an excess of $750M such as the Orient- Express Hotel and Residences. Prior to Related, Abbas was responsible for launching a privately-owned real estate development company in Kuwait and grew its portfolio of $180M to more than $500M in assets and pipeline projects. His development strengths are complemented by his previous experiences in architecture and town planning gained by working at world-renowned Duany Plater-Zyberk (DPZ) Architects and Town Planners. Mr. Abbas is an adjunct professor of real estate entrepreneurship at the University of Miami and previously sat on the City of Miami Beach’s Affordable Housing Advisory Committee.

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