Major Food Group's South Florida Takeover Continues with Upscale Residential Tower

Named Major, the Studio Sofield–designed building will feature 259 apartments that flex to hotel suites, four restaurants with interiors by Ken Fulk, and a private members club.

Major Food Group’s takeover of South Florida—a slew of restaurants at the revamped Boca Raton resort, Carbone Beach pop-up during F1, ZZ’s members club in the Miami Design District, and the debut of a Dirty French outpost are a few recent developments—is showing no signs of slowing down with the hospitality heavyweight revealing plans for a branded Miami condo tower. Named Major, the 90-story supertall in Brickell will debut in 2026 with 259 apartments—ranging from $1.6 million to $11 million—that flex to hotel suites and four Ken Fulk–designed restaurants, two of which will be part of an eight-floor private members club decked out with a pool, indoor paddle court, boxing gym, and med spa where infrared saunas and IV drips are on offer.

Details about the restaurants have not been fully released yet, but MFG co-founder Jeff Zalaznick teased a version of a Carbone Steakhouse, an all-day café similar to Sadelle’s, a European-style fish and pasta place in the spirit of the famed Cinq en Cinq in southern France, and a new Chinese concept. The building, designed by Studio Sofield, will be composed of ivory travertine, white stucco, and four sculptures inspired by Italian futurism.

Major joins the deluge of branded residential towers rising in the Miami skyline, ranging from car manufacturers (Aston Martin, Bentley, Porsche) to luxury fashion houses (Armani, Fendi, Missoni, Diesel) to home decor (B&B Italia, Baccarat). The Famed Italian hospitality group Cipriani, known the world over for its glamorous restaurants, clubs, and hotels, is set to unveil its first residential building near Major Food Group in 2025. Meanwhile, demand was so high for renowned nightclub E11even’s condo project, which sold out quickly, that a second structure was announced shortly after the first phase broke ground this past November.

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