The developer of the successful Acqualina condo in Sunny Isles Beach has recently launched Acqualina’s sister project, The Mansions at Acqualina, to a resounding success. The Real Deal reported that in its first month on the market, the property reached the 51% sold mark – an incredible feat, given that prices start at $5 million.
Mansions at Acqualina will be set on 650 feet of oceanfront and will be connected to Acqualina by a private bridge. While residents will have access to its neighboring Acqualina Ocean Residences and Resort‘s five-star amenities, they will also have over 16,000 sq. ft. of their own amenity space.
The property, which has both Mediterranean and contemporary influences, will be comprised of 79 private oceanfront villa residences over 47 stories. The apartments at the Mansions at Acqualina are all quite large. For instance, the entry-level Villa D’Acqua half-floor unit is 4,557 sq. ft. of interior space and 854 sq. ft. of terraces (including Jacuzzi and outdoor summer kitchen). The full floor Palazzo Di Spiaggia is 7,875 sq. ft. interior space and 3,193 sq. ft. of terraces (including a sunset pool, Jacuzzi and outdoor summer kitchen). The Penthouse is listed at 16,000 sq. ft. and is reportedly priced around $40 million.
The building is being developed by the Trump Group (no affiliation with Donald Trump), which also developed the ultra-luxury condo Luxuria in Boca Raton. Construction is set to begin by the end of 2012.