At The Estates At Acqualina, Bowling Lanes & Ice Skating Now Being Framed As North Tower Reaches Level 52

The twin-tower Estates at Acqualina project in Sunny Isles has reached a number of construction milestones in February.

The Estates will include the tallest tower ever built in Sunny Isles at 667 feet above ground, and a second tower that is 646 feet – equal to any other in the city.

The 646-foot south tower is on schedule for completion and delivery to new residents in September 2021.

At the north tower, contractors were pouring the 52nd level this month. They are also installing stone on the 20th floor of the tower.

Estates at Acqualina will also include bowling lanes and an ice skating rink, both of which are getting their final frame out now.

Avra Estiatorio of New York recently announced they would open a 10,000 square-foot restaurant at The Estates in late 2021.

In total, Estates at Acqualina will include 248 residential condo units.

 

(photos & video: Golden Dusk Photography)

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Azarius
5 months ago

Sunny Iles needs more mid-high rises between the bay and A1A

Anonymous
5 months ago

Dude these people throw a fit whenever something not major tries to be built crying about over development but they’ll bow down to these towers of Babylon

Anonymous
5 months ago

Gorgeous

Anonymous
5 months ago

oye so que tacky! what’s with that faux renaissance style in Miami – looks live vegas meets El Dorado furniture. omg this makes me laugh.

Anonymous
5 months ago

I suppose you would you rather have more Arquitectonica cereal boxes.

Mr. Miami
5 months ago

You, farm boy! Need to move back to Vermont

Anonymous
5 months ago

Any plans of Metromover extending to Sunny Isles?

Anonymous
5 months ago

lol

Anonymous
5 months ago

Personally I love Bowling, from my Kendall Don Carter Days! However is there anything more cringe-worthy “post pandemic” than a business where you share shoes and stick your finger into a shared bowling ball?

Anonymous
5 months ago

Bowling is big in nothing to do cities like St Louis And Indianapolis and Dayton. Who wants to bowl when you’re right on the beach in South Florida?

Anonymous
5 months ago

Okay elitist prick, then why is there bowling at the Marriott Marquis in the CBD?

Anonymous
5 months ago

On a rainy day, I’d love to bowl

Anonymous
5 months ago

Is the bowling and ice skating open to the public? Or just residents

Anonymous
5 months ago

They’ll have Bring your cousin Tuesdays.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Nice project. Fills in a gap. Great addition to the existing skyline.

Anonymous
5 months ago

As a former worker at Aqualina. I can tell you this will only be for high paying customers.