Chateau & Fortune Submit Plans For Twin-Tower Condo/Hotel In Sunny Isles, Designed By Dutch Architect UNstudio

Chateau Group and Fortune International have submitted plans for a twin-tower project in Sunny Isles.

Each tower will rise 56-stories, or 649-feet – the maximum permitted in the area. For now, the project is being referred to as Varadero.

Unlike most recent projects in the city, the project will include hotel units and condo/hotel units along with residences. Smaller, 1-bedroom units will also be included in both towers.

The project will be built in two phases, with a large first tower and a smaller second tower. On the lower levels of the first tower will be 60 hotel units and 90 condo/hotel units, with 234 residential condo units above. The second tower will have 138 residential condos, with no hotel units. A total of 1,013 parking spaces will be built, including a robotic agarge

Amsterdam’s UNStudio and Miami-based Trachtenberg are listed as design consultants, while ODP Architects of Hollywood is the architect of record. West8, also based in the Netherlands, is landscape architect, along with Rosenberg Gardner Design.


Previously: Fortune And Chateau Working On 649-Foot, Twin Tower Project In Sunny Isles


elevations below. renderings will be published later.