Ritz-Carlton Residences topps out, completion set for 2019

Ritz-Carlton Residences topps out, completion set for 2019

Published at: 2018-12-06 16:09 | Author: CIJ USA
Sunny Isles Beach, Fortune International Group and Château Group have topped off the Ritz-Carlton Residences in Sunny Isles Beach, Florida. Located just North of Miami Beach, thhe 212-unit, 52-floor project broke ground in June 2016. Completion is set for next year. The condominium building will have a private club level on the 33rd floor as well as a beach restaurant, pool deck, kids club, spa, fitness center and wellness center. The Residences, which will be managed by Ritz-Carlton, won’t have any hotel rooms. “Luxury buyers from across the globe have been specifically seeking this project out as their preferred alternative in Miami,” said Edgardo Defortuna, president and CEO of Fortune International Group. “Not only do they recognize the sheer significance of the name of the tower and the weight that it carries, but they see the location, architecture and level of services as the best in the marketplace.”

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