‘Arte’ condo top out in Surfside
The level of development achieved a new milestone in Surfside as the construction team topped-off the 12-story “Arte” Condominium located at 8955 Collins Avenue.
Every residence is adjacent to the ocean, which is the result of the flamboyant expertise of Italian architect Antonio Citterio along his local partner Kobi Karp. The building is registered as the first project of Citterio in the United States. He is highly renowned all over the world for his exuberant furniture designs, and stupendous art featured on the BVLGARI Hotels in London, Dubai, Bali, and Milan.
On having a look at the current renderings from Arte, the perpendicular construction tends to display a majestic covering and wrap-around balconies. The knobs which glorify a pagoda and parallel drawing texture display historical building designs from as much as the 20th Century buildings in Miami along with travertine Italian stone and windows having a bronze structure.
The project will come up with plenty of amenities such as multiple pools, tennis court, lounge, gymnasium, spa and multi-purpose space. On the top side, carved out “Art.” The symbolism is the masterpiece of American artist Robert Indiana, which gives a hint regarding the fundamental factor and motivation behind the name given to this very development.
There are16 lavish units varied in size from each, having 3,150 to 7,523 square feet. Since the ultimate cost will not be disclosed until the start of sales, nevertheless, it can be conveniently supposed that these residences are not going to be low-priced. Whereas, the beginning of delivery is anticipated from 2019.
Surfside has been elevating the number of luxurious projects recently, worth mentioning examples include Eight Seven Park, world’s maiden Fendi-branded condos, and Surf Club Four Seasons Resort & Residences.