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Two new luxury towers to rise in Sunny Isles

City commissioners unanimously approved the 190-unit development

September 23, 2014 03:00PM

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Palazzo Di Acqualina

Palazzo Di Acqualina

City commissioners in Sunny Isles Beach voted to approve a pair of 51-story towers across the street from City Hall.

Following the demolition of the Golden Strand Ocean Villa Resort at 17901 Collins Avenue, developer Jules Trump – no relation to the Donald — will build Palazzo Di Acqualina, a 190-unit condo development, according to the Miami Herald.

This is the third project by Jules Trump within a two-block radius, including the Acqualina Resort & Spa on the Beach at 17875 Collins Avenue and the Mansions at Acqualina at 17749 Collins Avenue.

The project will feature a three-level villa between the two towers that will house restaurants, a health club with spa and a theater.

The buildings will feature two roughly 5,000-square-foot condos per floor at a price of $8 million each, Trump told the newspaper. [Miami Herald]Christopher Cameron

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