Architect Bernardo Fort-Brescia helped reshape the Miami skyline, inspired by wind and water. His practice Arquitectonica is setting their sights on Sunny Isles to bring the Ritz-Carlton to life in a fluid form.
After two and a half years of construction, the glittering 649-foot-tall masterpiece (developed by Fortune International Group and Château Group) in Sunny Isles is topped off. Arquitectonica's design for the curvilinear tower is said top have been inspired by the rolling dunes of the adjacent beach, which can be seen from the 212 residences. But the best views, of course, come from the penthouses. With Private rooftop pools, summer kitchens and garden terraces, the crown jewels of the tower start at 6,000 square feet of total space. No surprise buyers from across the globe are flocking to get a piece of the good life.
Turquoise waters, tropical breezes and sugar-sand beaches are vacation mainstays for many world travelers looking to escape the hustle and bustle of city life. But at The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Sunny Isles Beach, they’re poised to become year-round hallmarks. Buyers from Latin America, the United States and across the globe are flocking to the glittering glass-clad tower, which is being jointly developed by Fortune International Group and Château Group.
It may be "lonely" at the top, but that's the point. Privacy is the ultimate luxury at these prestigious penthouses addresses, South Florida's most sought-after castles in the sky.