First Look into the Sales Gallery of the St. Regis Residences, Sunny Isles Beach, Miami
Renowned developers Fortune International Group and Château Group revealed the first look into the sales gallery of the St. Regis Residences, Sunny Isles Beach, Miami. The development team celebrated the unveiling of the oceanfront sales gallery with a special event for industry insiders who had a chance to admire the sculpture created by world-renowned artist and sculptor Lorenzo Quinn. “Our Nucleus” was exclusively commissioned for future residences.
At 750 feet, The St. Regis Residences, Sunny Isles Beach, Miami will be the tallest residential building on the ocean in Sunny Isles Beach. Its two standalone towers are situated along 435 linear feet of pristine beach. Developed by Fortune International Group and Château Group, and managed by St. Regis Hotels and Resorts, the buildings are designed by the visionary architecture firm Arquitectonica. The interiors are created by celebrated São Paulo-based designer Patricia Anastassiadis while EDSA is responsible for landscape design. The South Tower, first to be completed, will feature 175 residences.
Designed to elevate South Florida’s luxury living, an array of luxurious residences, Sky Villas, and Penthouses, feature unobstructed ocean, city, and Intracoastal views. Accessed through private elevators leading to an entry foyer, residences include two, three, four, and five bedrooms ranging from 2,000 to 5,600 square feet with spacious floor plans. Occupying entire floors, Sky Villas and Penthouses range from 6,600 to over 10,000 square feet, and include private terraces with private pools. Owners will also have access to extensive amenity offerings totaling over 70,000 square feet with 24/7 unparalleled St. Regis service to accommodate every need.
The sales gallery of The St. Regis Residences, Sunny Isles Beach, Miami features a sculpture by Italian contemporary figurative sculptor Lorenzo Quinn. “Our Nucleus” by Lorenzo Quinn.
Lorenzo Quinn is best known for his large-scale pieces and expressive recreation of human hands. His previous works have been shown in the Giza Pyramids in Egypt and over the canals in Venice, Italy. Rising over nineteen feet tall, “Our Nucleus” is sculpted in the artis’s signature style in stainless steel. The piece is viewable at the entrance to the sales gallery before it is permanently installed within The Residences.
Manuel Grosskopf and Sergio Grosskopf of Chateau Group, Lorenzo Quinn, sculptor, Giovanna Cicutto The opening ceremony has gathered industry insiders, and the development team of Fortune International Group and Château Group, with sculptor Lorenzo Quinn and his wife Giovanna Cicutto.