Sneak peek: Turnberry Ocean Club’s duplex residences

Units will feature their own outdoor swimming pools, spas and summer kitchens

Jan.January 12, 2016 12:00 PM

Turnberry Associates has unveiled its duplex collection at Turnberry Ocean Club, with prices starting at $19.5 million.

Turnberry Ocean Club’s “Collection Residences” feature their own outdoor swimming pools, hydrotherapy spas and summer kitchens. Five-bedroom units will have 6,935 square feet of indoor space, according to a press release. Carlos Zapata and Robert Swedroe designed the interiors, which include a private, two-story elevator lobby, foyer, grand salon, gourmet kitchen and dining room. Two bedrooms will face the west, while the master bedroom will offer eastern views with a private balcony, walk-in closets and master bedrooms.

Outdoor space totals 4,340 square feet and wraps around three sides of the building. The tower also will have 70,000 square feet of amenities, including a $100 million Sky Club with cantilevered “sunrise” and “sunset” infinity-edge swimming pools suspended 333 feet above sea level, indoor and outdoor fitness centers, a blow-dry bar and nail salon, yoga and Pilates studios, a pet retreat, a pool bar, two restaurants, a 3,000-square-foot indoor and outdoor private dining area, and an an indoor and outdoor cocktail lounge.

ONE Sotheby’s International Realty is marketing the 154-unit development in Sunny Isles Beach and has reached $200 million in sales, according to a spokesperson. The developer will break ground this spring.

Turnberry isn’t the only developer to reveal exclusive duplex collections. Fortune International Group released video previews of its six “sky villas” at Jade Signature, also in Sunny Isles Beach. Those duplexes start at $14.2 million. – Katherine Kallergis


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