The Trump Group, led by developers Jules and Eddie Trump, hosted a launch party for its $10 million Estates at Acqualina sales gallery.
The 10,000-square-foot, newly built center includes a 4,500-square-foot, fully furnished model unit that Jules Trump and his wife Stephanie will move into after the dual-tower project is completed, the developer previously told The Real Deal during a tour of the building. The sales gallery includes “living walls” of plants, a large scale model, an interactive screen, a wraparound balcony and the model unit.
Suchi Reddy of Reddymade Design oversaw the model unit’s furnishings, down to the Hermès china and silverware, Lobmeyr glassware and Christofle candlesticks and trays.
The luxury waterfront development marks the third in Sunny Isles for the developer. It will rise next to the Acqualina Resort & Spa and the Mansions at Acqualina. About half of buyers so far are from the U.S., 14 percent from Mexico and the remainder from Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Panama. Prices range from $3.9 million to $9 million for the units and $11 million up to $48 million for the penthouses.
When completed just north of Acqualina Resort & Spa, the Estates will include Villa Acqualina, featuring more than 45,000 square feet of amenities including a spa and fitness center, restaurant and Circus Maximus, a floor of amenities that will include an ice skating rink, bowling lanes and a movie theater, as well as a Wall Street Trader’s Club room. – TRD