Developer Eric Soulavy tore down an apartment complex earlier this week on the site of the upcoming Key Biscayne condominium project 101 Sunrise, according to a spokesperson.
The 11-unit, five-story building on Sunrise Drive near Crandon Boulevard will feature two-, three- and four-bedrooms and tech-friendly amenities including electric plug-ins for golf carts and electric cars. There will also be a yoga center and pool on the rooftop deck. The project, being built by Miami contractor Ortega Juneau Construction, is slated for completion by the end of next year.
Prices will range from $1.7 million to $2.2 million, and condo sizes from 1,865 to 1,949 square feet. Eight of the units have already been sold, the release said. The sales center is located at 240 Crandon Boulevard, suite 250. — Mark Maurer