Palazzo Del Sol, a new construction condo development on tony Fisher Island – playground of the rich and famous – is an ultra-luxury update on classic Mediterranean style. Accessible only by yacht, ferry or helicopter, the island is super-exclusive and private, but, for those who want to venture out, South Beach, Miami Beach and Downtown Miami are all nearby.
Rising 10-stories, Palazzo Del Sol will have only 47 units, all of them very large. Currently, prices start at $6.3 million for a 3,700 square foot 3-bedroom apartment going up to $24 million for 9,800 square foot 7-bedroom apartment. Luxurious interiors feature Boffi Xila kitchens, Gaggenau and Sub-Zero appliances, floor-to-ceiling windows, and private elevators. In addition, apartments will feature extra-deep terraces and outdoor summer kitchens, a must in Miami for those embracing an outdoor lifestyle. All units will boast gorgeous views of Biscayne Bay, the Atlantic Ocean and the City. A handful of apartments will have private roof-top pools.
Palazzo del Sol will have its own building amenities, including 24-hour concierge, a number of pools and poolside cabanas, butler-staffed aperitivo bar and lounge, movie theater, fur coat storage, wine storage, and “Kidville” playroom, among others. In addition, residents will have access to all that Miami’s only 5-star resort, Fisher Island, has to offer: 216-acre private oasis, beach club, one mile of pristine white sand beach, 9-hole golf course, 18 world-class tennis courts, 2 private deep-sea marinas that can accommodate yachts up to 200 feet long, 8 restaurants, spa, and day school for ages two to twelve. Finally, this private island has a very high level of security – a must for many of our South American friends – as only residents, guests and club members can access the island.
Palazzo Del Sol and its sister project, neighboring Palazzo Della Luna (which hasn’t launched yet), will be two of the last remaining residential buildings to rise on the private island. Occupancy for Palazzo Del Sol is scheduled for the first quarter of 2016 and Palazzo Della Luna is scheduled for 2018. Both buildings are destined to be great true luxury additions to both Fisher Island and Miami.