Mansions-in-the-Sky: The $50M Palazzo di Oro
The Mansions at Acqualina
We’ve all been fascinated with celebrity homes at one time or another, the luxurious penthouses with heated pools that exceed the size of an average person’s entire apartment; or indoor basketball courts with solid gold trims. Already garnered a record-setting $200 million in sales in just one month, the famed Acqualina in Sunny Isles, Miami Beach is creating quite the stir.
Built and designed more like the Ritz Carlton than someone’s permanent residence, The Mansions at Acqualina has rapidly become an architectural icon. The lavish amenities at The Mansions are created by Eddie and Jules Trump of the Trump Group; every single detail was meticulously tended to in order to make this the finest residences ever to be built. Buyers hailed from the U.S., Canada, and rest of the world put down deposits on the oceanfront residences starting at $5 million.
With no more than two units per floor, the entire building only houses a total of 79 units. The Mansions offer wraparound views with huge entertaining areas as its centerpiece. One of the 79 oceanfront “sky mansions,” features a 16,000 square-foot penthouse, aptly named “Palazzo di Oro” is priced at $50 million. It boasts luxurious and custom finishes by world-renowned designers at Fendi Casa.
Despite the fluctuating housing market, Acqualina is one of the only Miami-Dade condo buildings that seem to be impervious to housing value decreases. In addition, The Mansions features eleven outdoor private sanctuaries, from a fire pit to sunset pool, dog park, cabanas, and gardens. Amenities include a spa, fitness center, children’s activity center, golf simulators, cigar lounge, wine room with private cellar, and an outdoor dining and breakfast bar.
With consistent recognition by AAA’s Five Diamond Award three years in a row, Acqualina’s internationally celebrated reputation to create prestigious properties is unrivaled. Teamed with award-winning architects, interior designers, and craftsman from around the world, it’s no wonder that the new “Mansions-in-the-Sky” has been deemed as introducing a new level of construction never before seen in residential development.