Luxury 60-Story Condo Tower Designed by Giorgio Armani Coming to Sunny Isles Beach
It’s official. Giorgio Armani is bringing his design talents to Sunny Isles Beach with Residences by Armani Casa. Sunny Isles Beach, often called Florida’s Riviera, will host Armani’s first American condominium development.
With international projects from Dubai to Mumbai, the luxury designer chose Miami for the location of his first branded condominium tower primarily for the oceanfront property that will delight residents with glorious sunrises and sunsets.
According to the project’s official website, www.rbacmiami.com, the unique residences have been styled like a glass sculpture rising out of the sea. Armani’s visionary abode was crafted by architect Cesar Pelli and is being developed by Jorge Perez/s The Related Group and Gil Dezer’s Dezer Development.
Pelli, who has been named one of the ten most influential living architects in the world, was selected to design the 60-story condo tower comprised of 308 units. Armani will personally select the interiors and fixtures of the lux building.
Residents will enjoy ocean and city views from 10-foot deep balconies. Kitchens feature a chic combination of glass and high-quality marble, with a 90-bottle wine cellar. Living rooms are complete with a projector screen and recessed lighting. The bathrooms provide spa-inspired showers with designer sink fixtures and stone-crowned vanities. And in honor of Armani’s legendary sartorial prowess, walk-in closets will rival studio apartments measuring more than generous 300 square feet.
Construction of the Residences by Armani Casa kicked off this month. The project’s completion is expected to be towards the end of 2018.
For more information on Residences by Armani Casa, or other luxury properties in Miami, contact Suzanne Feanny for a free consultation.
Source: Nehamas, N. (21 January 2016). Developers unveil ultr-luxury, Armani –designed condo project in Sunny Isles Beach. Miami Herald. Retrieved from http://www.miamiherald.com/news/business/real-estate-news/article55929720.html