Construction Complete At 57-Story Jade Signature In Sunny Isles

Jade Signature has obtained a TCO, and closings are now underway.

Construction took four years and seven months (two levels of underground parking were built steps from the ocean). Work first started in July 2013.

The project includes 192 units at an average price of $1,400 per square foot. About 92% of units have been sold.

 

HERZOG & DE MEURON-CREATED JADE SIGNATURE

RECEIVES TCO, BEGINS CLOSINGS

Developed by Fortune International Group, residents will soon begin moving into the highly anticipated tower, which is ideally situated on Sunny Isles Beach, overlooking the Atlantic

SUNNY ISLES BEACH, FL (Jan. 29, 2018) — With the finishing touches of a giant kapok tree now firmly planted at its entrance, and a new public work of art installed along its shoreline, Jade Signature — Miami’s most architecturally extraordinary oceanfront address – has received its temporary certificate of occupancy (TCO), signaling the start of closings for the ocean-facing luxury tower. Residents are now slated to begin moving in within the next few weeks.

Developed under the leadership of husband-and-wife team Edgardo and Ana Cristina Defortuna of Fortune International Group, and created by the Pritzker-Prize winning architecture firm Herzog & de Meuron — in collaboration with Parisian interior designer Pierre-Yves Rochon (PYR) and landscape architect Raymond Jungles — sales and construction began in 2013. To date, 95% of the 192 residences have been purchased by an array of buyers spanning the U.S., Latin America and Europe. Financing for the 57-story tower, which is located at 16901 Collins Avenue in Sunny Isles, was provided by HSBC. With this initial TCO achieved, the development team expects that the building will be fully completed for its official opening at the end of the first quarter.

Nearly sold out, Jade Signature has a limited assemblage of residences remaining among the tower’s most luxurious units. Known as “The Collection,” the portfolio is a compilation of two-story Sky Villas and penthouses, ranging from $14.2 million to $32.9 million. The Sky Villas offer stunning features, such as flow-through views, expansive terraces, private elevators, smart technology, service quarters and PYR-designed bathroom cabinetry. The two, full-floor penthouses boast all of these world-class features as well as a private pool, gym and 360-degree views of the Atlantic Ocean, Intracoastal Water and the Miami skyline. Additional offerings include three- to five-bedroom residences, with sizes starting at 3,312 square feet and prices starting at $4.8 million.

The roots of Jade and the journey of its brand trace back to 2004 and Miami’s Financial District, where Jade on Brickell Bay was developed by Fortune International Group. The project’s prominence and accolades eventually paved the way for the creation of Jade Ocean and Jade Beach in Sunny Isles — and now, Jade Signature. Coinciding with Jade Signature’s final stages of completion, the company celebrated an additional milestone in November: the commemoration of nearly 35 years in the luxury residential real estate industry…a benchmark that will be celebrated when Jade Signature officially opens in the weeks ahead.

“We are so proud to be of delivering this masterpiece to the world,” said Edgardo Defortuna, President and CEO of Fortune International Group. “Our buyers have long recognized our vision and strength, knowing full-well what the final result will be when a group of industry leaders set out to create something extraordinary.”

“Like the kapok tree’s symbolism of strength and resiliency, and the jewel-adorned, snowman-shaped ‘Bonhomme Universe’ sculpture’s embodiment of Miami’s unique diversity, Jade Signature, as a whole, is a testament to rare artistry and singular design,” Defortuna continued. “This particular project is the pinnacle of the Jade brand’s journey, representing the growth of a legacy and its future admiration by generations to come.”

 

 

 

 

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Anonymous
2 years ago

slow clap…..

Anonymous
2 years ago

A boring looking building with a cliche name such as Jade. I’m excited for this post( said nobody )

Anonymous
2 years ago

But but but… this a master piece to the world. lol.

“ We are so proud to be of delivering this masterpiece to the world,” said Edgardo Defortuna, President and CEO of Fortune International Group.

Please dont yell
2 years ago

Lmao wow, what a saint! my eyes thank you Mr.Defortuna!

Anonymous
2 years ago

The Collins ave is same siZe from 50 years ago. So the new bldg made the traffic worse, thanks to sunny isles bldg. Dept. Shame on you. City hole.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Terrible bldg. Awful architecture

Anonymous
2 years ago

Nice addition to Miami and the Sunny Isles skyline.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Traffic, traffic, traffic!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Uh, yeah, if you and the other anonymous above are that worried about it, there are some hick little towns in Louisiana with very little people and virtually no traffic in them you can move to anytime.

Anonymous
2 years ago

LOL, you don’t have to go some landlocked icy place to avoid the overdevelopment whores of Sunny Isles. $14-32 million—-that gets you a 20,000 to 30,000 square foot oceanfront estate on acreage in St. Lucie and Indian River counties. Same weather and even nicer beaches than Sunny Isles. A1A is only two lanes and never crowded. And it’s not like these buyers have to rely on the Miami job market to make ends meet. They can live anywhere.

Anonymous
2 years ago

“overdevelopment,” what’s that? Go check out someplace like Tokyo Japan and you’ll see what massive development looks like. People like you are so used to the mundane and want to see all of Miami remain so. These developers only build what people want, and this place is hot hot hot!!!

Enjoy yourself in Port St. Lucie dude!

Munne Dane
2 years ago

“Bring on the traffic and crowds and afternoon beach shadows….it’s excitement dammit!”

Anonymous
2 years ago

The beach don’t look that crowded in the picture to me. You mean this one building is supposed to change all that?

Anonymous
2 years ago

nice view though 🙂

Anonymous
2 years ago

I think the architecture is stunning.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Who was the local architect? No way that Herzog went through all of the headaches and technical work locally.

Anonymous
2 years ago

This use to be a beautiful peaceful beach until the russians and trump took control of it.
Sickening !!!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Spent better weekends here on Memorial than down south.

Jesus
2 years ago

That’s capitalism for you.

Anonymous
2 years ago

You mean, it takes “Memorial” for you to visit the place?

Well other than that, I guess you always have better weekends down south.

Experienced Resident
2 years ago

Please Fortuna Team think of building more Parks and Recreational areas in the city of your “Masterpieces” High Rise Sky Building could become a “Psyco Entrapment” sad to see so many homeless citizens sleeping on bus benches day and night. Can your Team help them too? With affordable house living programs to really see the beauty in your ad survival “Masterpieces”. There’s hardly a decent space to walk on sidewalks designed for “rats” not mother’s with large and modern babies strollers and large young and elderly community. PLEASE BUILD A REAL WALKING TRACK BEHIND YOUR NEW JADE BLDG. A LARGE WALKING PATH JUST AS THE BAL HARBOUR ONE WITH OCEAN VIEW AS A CHARITY. TO ALL SUNNY ISLES RESIDENT WILL BE THE MOST AMAZING AND HONEST “”MASTERPIECE”” TRAFFIC TRAFFIC AND HELL HECTIC TRAFFIC!!! HORRIBLE TRAFFIC. NO LIFE ANYMORE!!! THANK YOU

Anonymous
2 years ago

Whoever you are, please don’t write and post anything again. You are embarrassing yourself.