Armani-Dezer-Perez Trio Brings Luxury Residential Project to Sunny Isles Beach

The Armani Group announced Armani/Casa Interior Design Studio's new joint venture with Gil Dezer’s Dezer Development and Jorge M. Pérez’s Related Group to develop a new high-end South Florida residential tower.

The Armani Group announced Armani/Casa Interior Design Studio’s new joint venture with Gil Dezer’s Dezer Development and Jorge M. Pérez’s Related Group to develop a new high-end South Florida residential tower.

Armani/Casa Interior Design Studio provides complete interior design services to private individuals as well as property developers in 40 countries worldwide, all under the artistic direction of Giorgio Armani.  Since its inception in 2003, the company has opened a total of 53 outlets, comprising 31 mono brand stores and 22 shops-in-shops.

The exclusive partnership called upon Argentinean-born César Pelli’s expertise, the architect who has designs like the Petronas Towers in Malaysia and Miami‘s Adrienne Arsht Center in his portfolio. The 60-story oceanfront building and its 260 luxury residences will reflect Giorgio Armani’s trademark design characteristics also seen in the Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building located in Dubai.

Situated just north of Bal Harbour in Sunny Isles Beach, the site is close to some of Miami’s most popular attractions such as the Aventura Mall the Bal Harbour Shops, Ocean Drive and Lincoln Road in Miami Beach. The Armani Residences will offer buyers a choice of condo units ranging from 1,500 to 3,100 square feet. Floorplans will be available with up to four bedrooms with den and five and a half baths; the two, three and four bedroom units within the building having at least ten foot ceilings plus an east to west “flow through” floor plan design. A full service restaurant, a fitness facility and spa, a swimming pool near the Atlantic Ocean and private cabanas will almost certainly be among the common space features, but the ultimate list of amenities has yet to be finalized.

Prices are expected start from around $1.1 million and the highest class units will cost over $5.5 million.

Photo credits: Armani Residences Miami