The Trump Group hosted a brokers event to launch the pop-up gallery for the Estates at Acqualina – complete with a fleet of Rolls Royces, a Bugatti, and the development’s house car, a custom velvet red Ghost Rolls-Royce.
The temporary gallery is located at the Mansions at Acqualina, which began recording closings last year.
The Estates will include Villa Acqualina, a 45,000-square-foot building with a Formula 1 simulator, indoor ice skating rink, bowling, a golf simulator, movie theater, billiard room, kids play room and a Wall Street trader’s club room. The 5.6-acre project has about $450 million in sales with a planned $1.8 billion sellout, Michael Goldstein, director of sales, said in 2015. That equates to 25 percent. The 50-story waterfront development at 17901 Collins Avenue, will include 264 units, starting at $3.9 million up to $40 million. – Katherine Kallergis and Sean Stewart-Muniz