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The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Sunny Isles Beach are expected to transform the town’s oceanfront next year with the opening of its striking tower. Designed by Arquitectonica and developed by Fortune International Group and Château Group, the building at 15701 Collins Avenue boasts 52 floors and 212 units. Airy interiors by the acclaimed Florentine architect Michele Bönan were inspired by South Beach in the 1960s—a perfect blend of modern-day Miami with its culturally and architecturally rich past.
“This is a celebratory moment for our team. We are just steps closer toward delivering this spectacular offering to our buyers worldwide who are excited to call these stunning oceanfront residences their home,” said Edgardo Defortuna, president and CEO of Fortune International Group. “Our vision for this project has been to bring the outdoors in and to maximize what are, in my opinion, the best views of the water on Sunny Isles Beach.”
Those views can be enjoyed from a private club on the 33rd floor and taken in from various parts of the property, such as the pool deck and beach restaurant. Additionally, The Ritz-Carlton Residences offer a fitness and wellness center and Kids Club. Each home features ten-foot-high ceilings, quartz countertops, Gaggenau appliances, walk-in closets, laundry rooms, smart home technology setup, and pre-wiring for high-speed Internet access and Wi-Fi. The most luxurious units, however, are the penthouses, which offer lush garden terraces spanning 2,000 to 4,000 square feet, 13-foot-high ceilings, private pools, summer kitchens, and custom Italian cabinets.
“These residences will epitomize luxury living in South Florida, seamlessly melding inspiration from the natural surroundings into the décor,” said Manuel Grosskopf, CEO of Château Group. “We expect that this tower will elevate the standard for luxury real estate. We have utilized the most innovative technology and craftsman-style techniques to create a product that is truly distinct—one that will ultimately be an icon on the coastline.”