Inside look: New renderings of the Ritz-Carlton Residences, Sunny Isles
Arquitectonica is the architect and Michele Bönan is the interior designer
November 18, 2015 12:00PM
Developers of the Ritz-Carlton Residences, Sunny Isles Beach released new renderings to The Real Deal, including shots of the interior pool restaurant, club room and living spaces.
The joint venture between Fortune International Group and Chateau Group acquired the 2.2-acre site in 2013 and plans to complete the development in the fall of 2018. Arquitectonica is the architect and Michele Bönan, who designed Casa Tua in Miami and Cipriani’s in Miami Beach, is the interior designer.
The 212-unit, 52-story tower will include a beach restaurant, pool deck, kids club, spa, gym and wellness center, a library, car wash and electric car charging stations. Additional amenities, for an extra charge, include access to housekeeping, fuel delivery, personal chefs, dog walkers, nannies and childcare, reservations and grocery shopping.
The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Co. will manage the property, according to a press release.
In September, developers Edgardo Defortuna, Manuel Grosskopf and their companies won a legal fight with the condominium association at the Tropicana building in Sunny Isles, which had charged the developers with blocking a redevelopment of the nine-story Tropicana to preserve the oceanfront view at the Ritz.
Other Sunny Isles projects, either completed or in the works, include Aurora, Mansions at Acqualina and Chateau Beach. – Katherine Kallergis
Source: The Real Deal