PHOTOS: On the scene at Mansions at Acqualina art reveal

14-foot by 17-foot painting series was completed by artist Nancy Lorenz

Nov.November 30, 2015 01:30 PM

The Trump Group and art consultant Cathy Leff teamed up to host an unveiling of artwork at the Mansions at Acqualina.

Nancy Lorenz’s artwork, including a 14-foot by 17-foot painting series, was installed in the 79-unit tower’s grand salon, according to a press release. Lorenz spent nearly four months completing the series and used pearl and gold leaf.

Buyers at the sold-out tower include New York fast food king Dennis Riese, video game developer and software company executive Joel Hochberg. Mansions at Acqualina began recording closings on Aug. 10 and marks the 37th new condo tower to be completed in coastal South Florida since the current real estate cycle began in 2011.

Mansions, at 17749 Collins Avenue, was developed by Jules and Eddie Trump — of no relation to presidential candidate Donald Trump — and is the second Acqualina-branded tower to be built. The third, Estates at Acqualina, is expected to open in 2019. — Katherine Kallergis and Sean Stewart-Muniz

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