Estates at Acqualina, an ultra-luxury twin-tower project in Sunny Isles, has received construction financing and is now set to go vertical.
The project is valued at $1.5 billion, with twin towers rising 50 stories each, or 649 feet – the maximum height permitted in the area.
A total of 245 condos are planned between the two towers, with prices as high as $35 million. The first tower has reached 65 percent sold, developer Jules Trump told Bloomberg, with the trend of purchases said to be on the rise recently.
Bank OZK — formerly Bank of the Ozarks, issued the $558 million construction loan. The remainder will be financed with buyer deposits and developer equity.
Groundbreaking took place in May.
Source: The Next Miami