AN ICON
WAS BORN

The future of Miami became a lot brighter in 1947 when the very enterprising Grevis Family decided to breathe new life into a pair of old army huts by using them to construct a new little business called the Miami Ice Works.

The signage painted on the building quickly become a landmark for locals and visitors, with the star of show being the very cool sun wearing a pair of shades. This cool character was affectionately known as Mr Sunny and became a real hit with local Art Scene.

MR SUNNY
FINDS 'THE VOICE’

Miami Ice’s place was cemented in Australian pop culture history when ‘The Voice’ — John Farhnam — chose it as a location to shoot the video clip for the 1988 classic ‘Two Strong Hearts’.

So begun many years of fans recreating the iconic image under friendly gaze of Mr Sunny.

AN ICONIC
SUN SETS

After more than 60 years of shining over Miami, the sunset on our iconic first chapter in 2013. The Gold Coast bid a heartfelt goodbye to the famous façade and waited with anticipation for Mr Sunny to rise once again.

RISE &
SHINE

Informed by our iconic past and the desire to create an unparalleled level of coastal architecture, Andrew Halstead and Malcolm Cummings collaborated to design this stunning building, which heraldsa new chapter for Miami Ice.

The building is truly reflective of the culture, lifestyle and coastal beauty of Miami, whilst delivering a striking aesthetic from every angle.

Today, Mr Sunny again shines brightly over Miami, his smile hinting at the luxury awaiting the lucky few who live within.

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