Two Spectacular Penthouses At Mansions At Acqualina Unveiled Amidst Heavy Demand For Oceanfront CondosJanuary 12, 2016
Beyond Realty Group’s Matias Alem will officially host and present two of the finest luxury penthouse residences at the newly completed Mansions at Acqualina. The unveiling of units 3701 and 3702 (collectively named Mansions 37) at a cocktail affair scheduled for Wednesday, January 13th, is open to luxury brokers who will enjoy cocktails, music and the spectacular views at this one-of-a-kind condo project. The debut of the two designer units will give rare access and an opportunity to preview the magnificent condo which features 360-Degrees of breathtaking ocean and city views. Regarded as one of the most over-the-top, ultra-luxurious residences in Sunny Isles Beach, the Mansions at Acqualina has continued to attract international buyers from Russia, Europe, and Latin America. In fact, reports have indicated that the county’s biggest and priciest condo transaction for the new year was last weeks sale at the Mansions at Acqualina. Most recently, a pop up gallery event held at The Mansions at Acqualina included a complete fleet of Rolls Royce’s, a Bugatti, and the development’s house car, a custom velvet red Ghost Rolls-Royce in what was a display of pure opulence and sophistication, a taste of what is offered at the project. The same luxury is offered at Mansions 37, which covers an entire floor offering incredible 360 degree vistas, immaculately designed and outfitted with state of the art upgrades, sophisticated designer interiors topped off by spectacular amenities and services.
While Mansions 37 is sure to please buyers looking for oceanfront paradise, oceanfront land to build in Miami is still scarce or completely non-existent in top coastal areas, and demand for rare properties such as the newly built Mansions At Acqualina residences in Sunny Isles Beach has increased, making the project one of of the most highly-sought oceanfront properties in Miami. Developed by a Delaware corporation led by brothers Jules and Eddie Trump, the Mansions at Acqualina tower made top national headlines after securing $160 million in construction financing, one of the largest loans for a new condo project in the tri-county region.