April 08, 2014
The Mansions at Acqualina condo tower in Sunny Isles Beach has been topped off. At 649 feet, the ultra-luxury oceanfront tower is now the 5th-tallest building in Florida.
The Mansions at Acqualina was constructed to the maximum height allowed in Sunny Isles Beach. The luxury condo building contains 79 lavish residences, with 90 percent already in contract. Building completion is scheduled for 2015.
Two other new construction residential buildings in Sunny Isles Beach will eventually match the height of the Mansions at Acqualina. Muse and Porsche Design Tower Miami will also rise to 649 feet.
To secure your new oceanfront residence, contact Niki Higgins at +1-888-242-4422 or +1-954-817-2500.
April 01, 2014
The foundation of the Porsche Design Tower Miami will be poured this weekend. Set to rise in Sunny Isles Beach, 175 concrete trucks will enter the 2.2-acre oceanfront site and pour concrete continuously for 24 hours.
The previous record for a continuous concrete pour was set in Los Angeles last month at the Wilshire Grand Hotel. That concrete pour lasted for 18 hours. The Porsche Design Tower pour is expected to last 6 hours longer.
The Porsche Design Tower Miami will feature one-of-a-kind auto elevators that allow residents to park their cars in private garages next to their exclusive condos. Currently, 85 percent of the 132 Porsche Design Tower condos have been sold. Building completion is scheduled for 2016.
Time is running out! To secure your residence in this unique oceanfront tower, contact Niki Higgins at +1-888-242-4422 or +1-954-817-2500.
February 27, 2014
With construction well underway, the Mansions at Acqualina is now the tallest building in Sunny Isles Beach. The luxury oceanfront condo tower is the first building constructed under Sunny Isles’ new height cap of 649 feet. The lavish tower will be topped off in weeks.
The ultra-exclusive condo building will contain 79 residences, offering flow-through floor plans, panoramic ocean and Intracoastal views, and access to the 5-star amenities at the neighboring Acqualina Resort and Spa. The Mansions at Acqualina will also feature an opulent, 16,000-square-foot penthouse known as Palazzo d’Oro.
The Mansions at Acqualina is projected to be ready for occupancy in 2015. Also in Sunny Isles Beach, the Porsche Design Tower Miami and Muse will also rise to heights of 649 feet.
For more information on condos in Sunny Isles Beach, contact Niki Higgins at +1-888-242-4422 or +1-954-817-2500.
January 08, 2014
Another new luxury oceanfront tower is set to rise in Sunny Isles Beach. Co-developed by PMG and S2 Development, Muse will be located directly north of Jade Ocean on 100 feet of beach frontage.
Designed by Carlos Ott and Sieger Suarez, Muse Sunny Isles Beach will rise 47 stories and contain 68 exclusive condos. The 649-foot tower will match the heights of the nearby Porsche Design Tower Miami and Mansions at Acqualina. The luxury residences will start at 2,360 square feet. The lavish building will also contain two full-floor penthouses, each with 5,800 square feet, 5 bedrooms and 4.5 baths. Most floors in Muse will contain 2 condominiums.
Muse will also feature art by Helidon Xhixha. Xhixha will design sculptures for each unit, the grounds and the lobby. The artist will work with buyers to come up with a unique sculpture to complement their residence.
Sales for Muse will begin shortly, and groundbreaking will take place in June. For more information on Muse condos, contact Niki Higgins at 1-888-242-4422.
Source: Miami Herald
December 20, 2013
Porsche Design Tower Miami currently has 80 percent of its units under contract. Construction commenced in April 2013, and the ultra-luxury oceanfront tower has already registered 624 million dollars in sales.
Located in Sunny Isles Beach, the Porsche Design Tower will rise 57 stories and contain 132 exclusive beachfront condos. Twenty-two of those residences have sold to billionaires, an unprecedented percentage in one tower. The condos will feature “auto elevators”, “sky garages”, spacious balconies and 5-star amenities. The Porsche Design Tower condos will range in price from 4.5 million dollars to upwards of 32 million dollars.
The Porsche Design Tower Miami is scheduled for completion in late 2015 or early 2016. Contact Niki Higgins at 1-888-242-4422 for more information on this unique opportunity before it is too late!
November 08, 2013
More information on the Armani House by Cesar Pelli has emerged. The new condo development in Sunny Isles Beach is planned for a 4.9-acre oceanfront lot near 190th Street and Collins Avenue. The project will include two 55-story towers, with a total of 500 luxury condos.
Designed by renowned architect Cesar Pelli, the exclusive Armani House condos will contain 2 to 4 bedrooms and 1,550 to 3,200 square feet of living space. Prices will range from 800 dollars to 1,400 dollars per square foot, putting the beachfront residences at 1.2 to 4.5 million dollars.
Armani is the latest brand to be connected to a residential project in Sunny Isles Beach. Other notable brands include Porsche Design at the Porsche Design Tower Miami and Fendi Casa at the Mansions at Acqualina.
For more information on luxury condos in Sunny Isles Beach, contact Niki Higgins at 1-888-242-4422.
Source: South Florida Business Journal
(Pictured: Mansions at Acqualina)
October 30, 2013
Dezer Properties and The Related Group are planning to develop a new condo tower in Sunny Isles Beach. The Armani Residences by Cesar Pelli is planned for an oceanfront lot at 190th Street and Collins Avenue in Sunny Isles.
An unnamed source stated that the condos in the Armani Residences will range in size from 2 to 4 bedrooms and start at 1.4 million dollars. Cesar Pelli is one of the world’s foremost architects. He designed the Petronas Towers in Malaysia, which were the tallest buildings in the world when they were first built. In Miami, Pelli designed the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts.
Dezer is currently working on the Porsche Design Tower in Sunny Isles Beach. Set for completion in 2016, the innovative building has already attracted 22 billionaire buyers. In the past, Dezer and Related have developed together under the Trump Brand, including the Trump Towers Sunny Isles Beach.
For more information on new condo construction in Miami, contact Niki Higgins at 1-888-242-4422.
Source: South Florida Business Journal
(Pictured: Porsche Design Tower Miami)
October 16, 2013
The ultra-wealthy are attracted to the Porsche Design Tower Miami in Sunny Isles Beach more than any other condo building in the world. Twenty-two units in the innovative oceanfront tower have sold to billionaires. Before the Porsche Design Tower Miami, One57 in New York attracted attention for selling 9 residences to billionaires.
Seventy-five percent of the Porsche Design Tower’s 132 units have been reserved, totaling 550 million dollars’ worth of contracts. The luxury condominiums range in price from 4.5 million dollars to 32.5 million dollars. The oceanfront building boasts one-of-a-kind “auto elevators”, impressive recreation areas and spacious flow-through floor plans. Developer Gil Dezer just recently received a 214 million dollar construction loan for the exclusive project.
The Porsche Design Tower Miami broke ground in April 2013. The 57-story tower is scheduled for completion in late 2015 or early 2016. For more information on Porsche Design Tower condos and other new construction in South Florida, contact Niki Higgins at 1-888-242-4422.
September 27, 2013
The proof continues to roll in; the real estate market in South Florida is recovering. The Porsche Design Tower Miami just received a 214 million dollar construction loan. It is the largest loan for a new condo project in South Florida since the real estate crash.
The Porsche Design Tower Miami is an ultra-luxury condo tower in Sunny Isles Beach. It features 132 units and one-of-a-kind “auto elevators” to transport cars to “sky garages” located right outside of the exclusive residences. Scheduled for a 2016 completion, the innovative tower already has sales contracts totaling 550 million dollars. This accounts for two thirds of the units.
Developer Gil Dezer stated, “This is extremely positive news for real estate financing and the recovery of the residential real estate market in South Florida.”
After the real estate crash, commercial banks withdrew from construction lending. Now that the market is booming, lenders have started to finance new construction projects again. Lenders are specifically looking to back successful developers with projects in ideal locations. In addition to the Porsche Design Tower Miami, the Mansions at Acqualina in Sunny Isles Beach also received a 160 million dollar loan.
For more information on new construction in South Florida, contact Seaside Properties Group at Douglas Elliman at 1-888-242-4422.
Source: Miami Herald
September 11, 2013
For real estate developers in Miami’s ultra-luxury market, lavish amenities and exceptional services are required if they wish to attract super wealthy homebuyers. In the current market, developers can no longer just build a luxury condo tower; they have to provide services and amenities to make their project standout from others.
Mega-rich buyers gravitate towards turnkey residences, where the minutiae of daily living are provided. To cater to this clientele, developers are offering white-glove services. They are also providing the technology to access these services from anywhere in the world.
Extravagant amenities are similarly becoming commonplace in new exclusive buildings. The Porsche Design Tower Miami will include “auto elevators” to transport cars to private “sky garages” attached to individual condos. Zaha Hadid’s One Thousand Museum in downtown Miami will feature a rooftop helipad and a system to scent the building. One Ocean Miami Beach will have a professionally curated art collection.
So far, the developers’ plans seem to be working. This year, the number of properties selling for over 5 million dollars has increased over 24 percent. The number of 10 million dollar plus properties has increased 50 percent. As Miami developers continue to embrace the ultra-high-end lifestyle, homes are selling faster and new construction is thriving.
Source: Miami Today News
April 17, 2013
The Porsche Design Tower currently has over half of its 132 units under contract, according to Gil Dezer, president of Dezer Development. This equates to an impressive total of over 400 million dollars in sales at the luxury condo building. The ultra-exclusive, 60-story tower is set to rise in Sunny Isles Beach, Florida.
“The initial success of the sales process has been nothing short of spectacular. It is a true testament to the new dimension Porsche Design Tower Miami is bringing to South Florida’s ultra-luxury, high-end real estate market. There is no other product that delivers the ground-breaking ingenuity and superlative quality that is synonymous with Porsche Design,” Gil Dezer said.
Residences in the Porsche Design Tower will range in size from 4,200 square feet to 17,000 square feet, with prices ranging from 4.5 million dollars to 25 million dollars. The building will feature one-of-a-kind “auto elevators”, which will allow residents to park their cars directly next to their units. A “car concierge” will be available to provide regular auto maintenance, car washing, etc. Furthermore, the balconies of almost every unit in the tower will feature plunge pools and outdoor kitchens.
The Porsche Design Tower Miami marks Porsche Design’s first venture into residential real estate. Dezer Development expects to break ground in April 2013, with a 33-month construction window.
Contact Niki Higgins at 1.888.242.4422 for more information on this exceptional tower.