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Soleste Bay Village

Soleste Bay Village is a premier multifamily community located in the thriving Village of Palmetto Bay, Florida. Covering approximately 2.0 acres just east of South Dixie Highway, this stunning five-story community comprises 212 units that have been thoughtfully designed to meet the high standards set by the Village of Palmetto Bay. Offering the best in luxury amenities and services, Soleste Bay Village sets a standard for upscale apartment living in the area. Completed in 2020, the community boasts 157,000 +/- square feet of leasable space, with unit options ranging from a cozy 625-square-foot studio to a spacious three-bedroom, two-bathroom unit of 1,095 square feet. Soleste Bay Village’s architectural design and interior decor are equally impressive. Rendered by Caymares Martin A&E Design, Inc., the community’s elegant architecture and carefully curated artwork create a welcoming atmosphere that blends the style and amenities of urban living with the essence of a boutique neighborhood.

Architectural Firm: Caymares Martin Architecture, Inc

Caymares Martin Architectural is a highly respected full-service architectural design firm based in south and central Florida. Founded in 2004 with a vision to improve the quality of living through great architecture and design, the company has built a solid reputation for offering comprehensive architectural and interior design services that are creative, technically proficient, and professional. Led by the principals Olenia Martin and Jose Caymares, the firm’s team of dedicated professionals has designed a multitude of projects throughout Florida, including medium to large-scale buildings that have helped shape the skyline of many communities.

The company’s portfolio includes multifamily residential buildings, mixed-use projects, office buildings, and custom homes, with a total value of over 250 million in properties across Miami. With a focus on delivering good design and excellent service, the firm is committed to creating architecture that speaks of its time and place, but yearns for timelessness.

Structural Engineering Firm: Eastern Engineering Group

Eastern Engineering Group was assigned the responsibility of structurally designing this project. With an impressive area of 525,095 square feet, our team was committed to providing a comprehensive package of signed and sealed structural drawings and calculations, ensuring precision and accuracy throughout the construction process.

We prepared and provided final signed and sealed plans, calculations, and specifications for the project. The comprehensive set of construction documents included general notes, foundation plans, floor framing plans for each story, schedules, building sections, general details, building elevations with fenestration design pressures, and shearwall schedules and reinforcement details.

Fun Facts

Did you know that the president of Caymares Martin Architecture, Inc. -the company responsible for designing the Soleste Bay Village project – José Luis Caymares, brings a unique combination of experience to his role? With credentials that include P.E., G.C.G., and E.C., he holds licenses from the Florida State Board of Professional Engineers and the Florida Construction Industry Licensing Board. What is intriguing is that José Caymares not only co-founded Caymares Martin A&E Design but also has a fascinating backstory. Originally from Camagüey, Cuba, he embarked on his educational journey there before moving to Florida in 1998 with his wife, Olenia Martin. Since then, his partnership has blossomed into a highly successful engineering and architectural design practice.


Caymares Martin Architecture, Inc

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18301 South Dixie Highway, Palmetto Bay, FL

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525,095 SF


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