Trending Real Estate: Sunny Isles Sanctuaries

In honor of our annual Wellness Edition, we present three Sunny Isles Beach properties—all currently under construction—that promote wholesome lifestyles.

By Robin Hodes

The Estates at Acqualina 

The twin 50-story towers being erected next to Acqualina Resort & Spa will not only feature lobbies designed by fashion icon Karl Lagerfeld, but they will also connect to the residents-only Spa at Villa Acqualina, the brainchild of New York designer Suchi Reddy. The centerpiece will be an exquisite salt room with salt-covered floors that can be raked like a Zen rock garden.

Developer: GSF Acquisition | Architect: CFE Architects | Residences: 2,910-6,500 sq. ft.
Price: $4.2 million to $9 million; penthouses and single-family homes, $12 million to $36 million

Residences by Armani/Casa

Residents at this 308-unit condo building will have access to incomparable wellness amenities, including a state-of-the-art fitness center, an ocean-view yoga studio with Pilates equipment and a two-story spa with indoor and outdoor treatment rooms. With brilliant interiors designed and furnished by Armani/Casa, all aspects of the structure will stay true to the opulent, yet understated, fashion brand.

Developers: Dezer Development, The Related Group | Architect: César Pelli | Residences: 1,350-5,820 sq. ft. | Price: $2 million to $17 million

The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Sunny Isles Beach

“Wellness underscores the basis of what makes our project stand out,” says co-developer Edgardo Defortuna of this Ritz-branded property, which will feature a sanctuary-like spa with a massage garden and a thermal vitality pool. Interiors by Florentine designer Michele Bönan will ensure the residences maintain the same level of prestige for which Ritz-Carlton hotels are known.

Developers: Fortune International Group, Château Group | Architect: Arquitectonica Residences: 1,605-3,640 sq. ft. | Price: $2.6 million to $5.8 million; penthouses, $25 million+

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