If you like the finer things in life, then you could do worse than moving into the Ritz-Carlton Residences in US city of Sunny Isles Beach, Florida. The development’s “unprecedented luxury” will stretch to terraces with private pools, smart home technology and dog-walking services.
The 1.25-sq m (13.5-sq ft) city of Sunny Isles Beach is located on a barrier island in Florida’s north-east Miami-Dade County. As a result, the eventual residents of the Ritz-Carlton Residencies will be able to feast their eyes of a mix of ocean, city and intracoastal views.
Designed by Arquitectonica, with interiors by Italian designer Michele Bönan, the 52-story beach-front tower is to be situated on a 2.2-ac (0.9-ha) site. It will house a total of 212 residences, with five penthouse units.
Inside, the building’s ceiling heights reach 10 ft (3 m), increasing to 15-ft (4.6 m) in the penthouses. Each residence has its own private elevator lobby, along with Gaggenau appliances, Snaidero kitchen cabinetry, stone countertops and wine coolers. They are all offered with pre-wired high speed Internet access, Wi-Fi and smart home technology, while selected residences boast terraces with private pools and service quarters.