Developer Juan Carlos Gonzalez hosted a launch party for the sales center of Bijou Bay Harbor.
The event included choreographed paddle boarders, a luxury car exhibit and a local DJ and violinist. Gonzalez, a Colombian developer, intends to break ground for a nine-story, 41-unit condominium in Bay Harbor Islands early next year. About 300 guests attended the event, which also included a ribbon-cutting for the 2,000-square-foot sales center.
Units at the Bijou Bay Harbor condominium range from 900 square feet to 2,000 square feet, and prices start in the mid $600,000s and go up to $1.9 million for penthouses. Crescendo Real Estate will handle sales for the project.
The development is the first South Florida condo project for Gonzalez, who runs Acierto Inmobiliario, a commercial and residential development company in Colombia. Gonzalez is working on the Bijou Bay Harbor development with architects Luis Revuelta and Charles Benson and designer Adriana Hoyos.
The 26th condo building, Akua, was recently proposed for Bay Harbor Islands since this current real estate cycle began in 2011. – Katherine Kallergis and Sean Stewart-Muniz