In New Jersey, Diane Cookson, broker associate and No. 1 agent at Prominent Properties Sotheby’s International Realty, Saddle River, recently inked a contract for a first-time buyer on a $700,000 property in Upper Saddle River. The buyer has not even set foot in the home. “Someone called me directly. I had them look at the virtual tour. Then I sent them all the photo inventory I had. They are even buying the furniture because you really can’t get furniture right now,” Cookson said.
RITZ-CARLTON RESIDENCES - The 52-story, 212-unit condominium at 15701 Collins Ave. in Sunny Isle Beach sold four units in February, including three priced about $3 million plus the $25.5 million penthouse, according to Edgardo Defortuna, the president and chief executive officer of Fortune International Group. The building, developed by Defortuna and Chateau Group, has sold about 80% of its units.
It's finally happened - the completion of Miami's hottest residential high-rise: The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Sunny Isles Beach. With its four penthouses already sold, and the other standalone condominium residences almost sold out, the 52-story residential tower boasts unprecedented luxury living along 250 feet of Sunny Isles' pristine beachfront. And that's just the beginning. The fantasy-living development also offers some of the most ultra-deluxe amenities and on-site luxuries that make living there simply extraordinary: the 212 luxury palatial residences; a private club level on the 33rd floor; beach restaurant; pool deck; full-service spa; fitness center and wellness center, to name only a few.
Ritz-Carlton Residences, Sunny Isles Beach secured its temporary certificate of occupancy and can now start closings at the 52-story luxury oceanfront condo development. Developed by Fortune International Group and Château Group, the 212-unit tower at 15701 Collins Avenue is nearly sold out and has recorded more than $150 million in preconstruction sales over the past year, according to a release. It broke ground in 2016.