Fortune celebrates Jade Signature’s opening in Sunny Isles Beach

57-story, 192-unit tower is nearly sold out

Mar.March 27, 2018 09:45 AM

Fortune International Group celebrated the grand opening of Jade Signature with lavish hors d’oeuvres and dinner bars, a Japanese drum show, fireworks and a performance by Yoli Mayor of “America’s Got Talent.”

Edgardo and Ana Cristina Defortuna hosted more than 500 guests earlier this month at the luxury condo tower in Sunny Isles Beach. The Defortunas were joined by interior designer Pierre-Yves Rochon, Herzog & de Meuron partner Jason Frantzen, landscape architect Raymond Jungles, Carlos Mattos and others at the event on Friday, March 16.

The beachfront development, at 16901 Collins Avenue, began recording closings earlier this year. The 57-story, 192-unit tower was designed by Herzog & de Meuron with interiors by Rochon. Fortune launched sales and construction in 2013 and the tower is now nearly sold out. Buyers include the CEO of UnitedHealth Group in Brazil and Brazilian soccer pro Douglas Costa.

Remaining units include two-story sky villas and penthouses asking between $14.2 million to $32.9 million, plus units starting at $4.8 million.

The building also features a beachfront deck with two pools and cabanas; a fitness center, library, wine and reading lounges, and a full-service spa.

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