Want a taste? SLS Lux reveals renderings of Katsuya restaurant and more

Buildout for the tower's 15,000-square-foot restaurant Katsuya cost $22M

Related Group and the Allen Morris Company have just revealed new renderings for the SLS Lux.

The renderings give a glimpse into the 58-story tower’s 15,000-square-foot ground floor restaurant Katsuya, by chef Katsuya Uechi, and cocktail lounge by SBar. Related’s executive Carlos Rosso previously told The Real Deal the buildout for Katsuya cost $22 million.

The photos also show off the tower’s 9th floor garden, the restaurant’s entrance and the tower’s lobby designed by Yabu Pushelberg. Pushelberg also designed its designer suites. Arquitectonica was behind the designs for the mixed-use building.

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Once complete, the luxury tower at 801 South Miami Avenue will have 450 luxury condo units and 78 condo-hotel suites. According to a release, the SLS Lux is 99 percent presold with only two penthouses left. The 1,200-square-foot units feature 12-foot ceilings, custom gourmet kitchens and views of the city, bay and ocean.

Related secured $166.1 million in financing for SLS Lux in 2015. The tower will offer amenities like a rock climbing wall, fitness center, outdoor theater, wine cellar and cigar room, a Lux sky library and limo services to Hyde Beach.

In November, Related slashed deposits on the condo tower from 50 percent to 30 percent. Units range from the $500,000s to more than $5 million. Related also cut deposits at Brickell Heights earlier in 2015.

The tower is expected to be completed this fall. – Amanda Rabines

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