ONE Sotheby’s International Realty founder Mayi de la Vega hosted a power women’s luncheon to celebrate top VIPs in the area.
De la Vega and Turnberry Ocean Club hosted the event at the Turnberry Ocean Club Residences sales gallery. De la Vega is among the few women to lead one of South Florida’s top development marketing firms. The brokerage is marketing the Sunny Isles Beach project, which will have 154 units.
Turnberry Associates was set to break ground on the 54-story tower this past spring, but has delayed construction to later this year, a spokesperson told The Real Deal in August.
Since launching sales in October 2014, at least 35 percent of Turnberry Ocean Club Residences has been sold. – Katherine Kallergis and Sean Stewart-Muniz