Verzasca Group, a Bay Harbor Islands-based development group, just released new renderings of its planned Sunny Isles condo tower.
Images show the lobby, Hammam spa, yoga lounge and pool deck. Antrobus & Ramirez, which also designed the lobbies at Palazzo del Sol in Fisher Island, is handling Aurora’s lobby design. Nielson Architects is designing the landscaping, while Revuelta Architecture International is the project’s architect.
After launching sales for the 61-unit building in the fall, 26 units are under reservation, or more than 40 percent, sales director John Warsing told The Real Deal. He said a majority of buyers are from Latin America, with a majority in the U.S. coming from the Northeast. Remaining units are priced from $890,000 to $1.6 million with an average price per foot of $700.
Managing director Tim Lobanov said the sales gallery, which was slated to open in April, will open soon with a model kitchen and bathroom, conference space, scale model and kids play area.
In addition to the pool, yoga lounge, children’s playground and play room, Verzasca said Aurora will also offer residents a dog walking and washing station in a 2,000-square-foot outdoor space.
Aurora marks the first project in about a decade on the west side of Collins Avenue, Lobanov told TRD.
The developer downsized the condo design, which received approvals in July, by reducing the height of the building and the number of units. Verzasca plans to break ground during the first quarter of next year, top off about a year later, and deliver the building during the first quarter of 2019.