SHVO’s Prestigious Luxury Real Estate Ventures

SHVO’s Prestigious Luxury Real Estate Ventures

December 30, 2023

SHVO is a real estate development and investment firm built on the vision of founder and CEO, Michael Shvo, to create culture-defining experiences in iconic properties. Headquartered in New York City with offices in Miami, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Chicago, SHVO owns and operates a national portfolio with more than $8 billion in assets under management with more than 4.5 million square feet across industry sectors, including commercial office and retail, hospitality, and luxury residential assets. Stay tuned and have a look at some luxury real estate projects by SHVO!





With a proven track record of acquiring, developing, and managing super-prime assets, SHVO stands for iconic properties in cherished locations, distinctive design aesthetics, and unmatched quality. By emphasizing the unique experience and individual nature of each property, SHVO’s record of increasing demand while achieving exceptional premiums has secured investments from the world’s most selective institutional investors. Renowned and trusted for its expertise, SHVO is fully integrated with highly diversified industry experience in every aspect of acquisitions, finance, development, design, sales, leasing, property management, hospitality, and sustainability.

The firm’s selective portfolio of architecturally significant properties, from innovative ground-up new developments to revitalized landmarks that define skylines in the world’s leading cities, includes the Transamerica Pyramid in San Francisco, The Raleigh Miami Beach, 333 South Wabash Avenue also known as, “The Big Red,” in Chicago, Mandarin Oriental Residences at 9200 Wilshire Boulevard in Beverly Hills, Mandarin Oriental Residences, Fifth Avenue in New York City and the AMAN New York, hotel and residences at the Crown building.





Selected Luxury Real Estate Developments by SHVO

Transamerica Pyramid

Encompassing an entire city block in San Francisco’s Financial District, one of the most sought-after global gateway cities in the world, the Transamerica Pyramid Center is a symbol of the strength of San Francisco. Designed by famed architect William Pereira and completed in 1972, the Transamerica Pyramid stands at a height of over 850 feet. The building is the second tallest building in San Francisco, and its illuminated spire is the most recognizable landmark on the San Francisco skyline. With unobstructed views, the Transamerica Pyramid boasts a striking exterior clad in white quartz, with over 3,000 windows. Unique in its form, the building allows for distinct floor plates from 3,000 to 20,0000 square feet. In 2019, The Transamerica Pyramid Center was re-certified LEED Platinum.

The Raleigh

Introducing The Raleigh, A Rosewood Hotel and Residences. Originally constructed in the 1940s by famed Miami architect L. Murray Dixon, The Raleigh returns with a highly anticipated revival and restoration. Located at 1775 Collins Avenue, the re-imagined, three-acre retreat with 220 feet of ocean frontage in the heart of Miami’s vibrant Art Deco district will feature three distinct components designed by famed architect and frequent SHVO collaborator Peter Marino: a 60-room and suite hotel managed by Rosewood, entirely restored and elegantly modernized with ultra-luxury service and amenities; Rosewood Residences Miami Beach, a newly constructed 17-story oceanfront tower featuring 44 residences and timeless architecture; and a private member’s club offering beachfront dining and leisure.

Aman New York

The storied Crown Building has been transformed into Aman New York — the luxury hospitality brand’s flagship hotel and residences. Marking Aman’s first urban residential property, a select offering of 20 private homes sit atop the 85-suite hotel, providing its residents with the ultimate Aman experience in the heart of New York City. Residents, Aman private club members, and hotel guests will enjoy access to the 25,000-square-foot Aman Spa, featuring a 25-meter swimming pool surrounded by fire pits and daybeds. The Spa facility will also feature state-of-the-art gym facilities, a treatment room, sauna and steam rooms, as well as an outdoor terrace with cabanas, daybeds, and fireplaces.

Mandarin Oriental Residences Fifth Ave

Mandarin Oriental Residences, Fifth Avenue is a boutique offering of turn-key residences with legendary services and amenities from Mandarin Oriental and private dining by Michelin-starred chef Daniel Boulud at his rooftop post, Boulud Privé. Located on Manhattan’s most iconic stretch, the 29-story historic conversion—once the headquarters of fashion house Gucci—is surrounded by renowned luxury retail, fine dining, and cultural landmarks, with Central Park a short stroll away.

711 Fifth Avenue

711 Fifth Avenue is located at the center of one of the most exclusive commercial and retail corridors in the world within the Plaza District, a location synonymous with wealth and luxury. Originally designed by Bethlehem Engineering Corporation and completed in 1927, the 340,000-square-foot building was presented with a design award by the Fifth Avenue Association for its elegance and beauty. One of only 20 boutique office buildings along Fifth Avenue, 711 Fifth Avenue has served as headquarters to notable corporations including NBC, Columbia Pictures, and Coca-Cola. The building’s 56,000-square-foot retail and restaurant space has attracted destination retailers and restaurants, such as La Côte Basque, the famed Le Pavillon, and Ralph Lauren. The building is also home to Ralph Lauren’s renowned restaurant, Polo Bar and the recently announced CORE:NYC.


Mandarin Oriental Residences Beverly Hills

Spanning a full city block atop Beverly Hills’ famed Golden Triangle, moments from the world-famous Rodeo Drive, Mandarin Oriental Residences, Beverly Hills is the brand’s first West Coast location and the city’s first luxury condominium in a decade. Residents will arrive to a private porte-cochére, greeted by a Concierge.

333 South Wabash

333 South Wabash is one of Chicago’s most recognizable office towers on the Windy City’s skyline. Completed in 1973, this East Loop, 1.2 million square foot, modernist building was designed by Graham, Anderson, Probst and White. With its bright red façade and prominent position along the Chicago skyline, the building has earned the nickname “Big Red”. Recently renovated in 2019, the property provides state-of-the-art offices in the most desirable neighborhood. 333 South Wabash features modern amenities including a curated dining experience, conferencing facilities, an auditorium, a state-of-the-art fitness center, a childcare facility, and a tenant lounge.