Awesome Acqualina Mansions Video
57 percent of the spectacular Mansions at Acqualina were already sold in weeks and prior to the $4 million sales center officially opening its doors to the public.
Who were the first buyers at Mansions At Acqualina? Acqualina devotees. As the New York Times reported, South Florida developers are working to assemble super-sized apartments to attract the ultra-wealthy buyers capable of making a splash purchase. With financing still unattainable for most Americans, developers are building new outrageously fancy condominium projects with an eye on the new elite classes in emerging countries like Brazil, China, Russia and the Middle East, as thay can pay all cash.
The Acqualina in Sunny Isles Beach is already a landmark building and cherished and appreciated as a top address in Miami Beach for South American and Russian vacationers and its permanent residents alike.
What is going to be put right next to the existing Acqualina is something Miami Beach has not seen yet. The Mansions At Acqualina scream luxury like it has never been displayed before. Only 79 units or 427,000 square feet are available - the $50 million penthouse taking 16,000 square feet, including a nice sized indoor pool and palatial exclusive features. The Miami penthouse will boast custom finishes by Italian design firm Fendi Casa, which is also available with a special collection of materials and unique finds for homeowners to finish their mansion-in-the-sky.
Towering 643 feet above the Atlantic ocean, Mansions At Acqualina will be the tallest building in Sunny Isles Beach.
Interested buyers can contact Brosda and Bentley Miami Realtors at 786.406.1757 or visit www.BrosdaandBentley.com