PHOTOS: On the scene at the sales launch for 3900 Alton

Miami /
Mar.March 17, 2016 12:00 PM

Spanish architect Ricardo Bofill made his U.S. condo debut at the sales launch of 3900 Alton on Tuesday.

Mast Capital held a private dinner at the project’s sales center in Miami Beach. The eight-story, 78-unit development is Bofill’s first condo project in the United States. Bofill heads Barcelona-based Taller de Arquitectura, which has designed more than 1,000 projects in 50 countries.

The units, which will range from 927 square feet to 2,182 square feet, include floor-to-ceiling windows, home automation systems, designer kitchens, 10-foot ceilings, open floor plans and direct elevator access. Prices start at $790,000, and Fortune International Group is the project’s exclusive sales and marketing firm.

When completed in 2018, 3900 Alton will feature art collections and installations, an elevated garden and amenities deck, a fitness center, kids play room, business center, a pool deck and electric car charging stations.

Property records show Mast Capital, led by CEO Camilo Miguel Jr., paid about $17 million for the 1.9-acre property in 2014. – Katherine Kallergis and Sean Stewart-Muniz


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