15701 Collins Avenue, 1805, Sunny Isles Beach15701 Collins Avenue, 1805, Sunny Isles Beach, FL 33160
- $ 6,700,000
- Full baths
- Year build
Leave it to The Ritz-Carlton to bring five-star, resort-style splendor right to your front door. In the case of the luxury brand's 649-foot-tall architectural wonder on Sunny Isles Beach, the good life is better than you can possibly imagine—especially, inside Unit 1805 at The Ritz-Carlton Residences. This dramatic 3,640-square-foot wraparound property with breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean, Intracoastal Waterway and Sunny Isles Beach skyline is one of 212 exclusive residences at the uniquely rendered curvilinear tower by renowned design firm Arquitectonica. The four-bedroom layout (with five full baths and one half-bath) features four separate terraces and glass walls encircling the living spaces that draw the outdoors inside. Attention to world-class design detail is prevalent throughout the spacious residence. Highlights include Thassos marble flooring in the primary living spaces and Oscar Ono wood flooring in private rooms; wall panels with Calacatta marble; an Italian walk-in closet by Poliform; Italian furnishings by Minotti and Dedon; exquisite lighting by Venicem, Oluce and Vistosi; artwork by Fernanda Naman and Will Sampaio; and luxury accessories by Lalique, Baccarat and Christofle. Naturally, the Ritz raises the residential bar with an amenity-rich experience befitting its brand. The property features its own private spa; a 33rd-floor Club Level with eight guest suites for friends and family of homeowners; an on-site restaurant; access to a personal chef and sommelier; state-of-the-art fitness and wellness centers; a Kids Club with indoor and outdoor play areas; and private cabanas on the beach. The Ritz-Carlton Residences also provides 24/7 concierge and valet parking services, car wash facilities, boat/yacht charter arrangements, airline/private air reservations, theater/entertainment reservationsand much moreas part of your association dues.
Listing Courtesy of Douglas Elliman