Château Group and Fortune International Group have unveiled the Ritz-Carlton Residences, Sunny Isles Beach, a 52-floor condominium that's home to many CEOs and entrepreneurs.
The owners of the 212 units are right on the beach and can enjoy the high-end services of Ritz-Carlton staff. Château Group CEO Manuel Grosskopf describes it as living in a five-star hotel, but with the privacy of a condo.
Nestled between the Atlantic Ocean to the east and the Intracoastal Waterway to the west, spanning over two miles of pristine ocean frontage, Sunny Isles, Florida, is a stunning stretch of sunshine soaked paradise. Referred to as “Florida’s Riviera,” the small barrier island is located just north of Miami Beach and home to a medley of soaring condominiums, eclectic fine dining eateries with views of the Atlantic, a booming yacht scene, and numerous public oceanfront parks, but its sterling attraction is the uninterrupted sugar sand beach. Here, visitors are lured in with the tide, and the Ritz Carlton Residences offers the opportunity to call this idyllic slice of Shangri La home.
The brand-new, award-winning The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Sunny Isles Beach highrise is one of the legendary brand’s only standalone condominiums worldwide. Designed by world-renowned architectural firm Arquitectonica and featuring stunning interiors by Florentine designer Michele Bönan, the 52-story condominium tower has achieved over $30 million in sales over the past 30 days and sold all four penthouses preconstruction.
The joint developers of The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Sunny Isles Beach, Fortune International Group and Château Group, chose December 9th for an intimate holiday showcase, unveiling the new flagship property of The Ritz- Carlton-branded residences, while also giving their distinguished guests an opportunity to experience the new Rolls-Royce Ghost and learn about Bal Harbour Shops’ elite new members club, ACCESS.