In Sunny Isles, The 56-Story Armani Tower Is Now Complete & Valued At $1 Billion. Here’s A First Look Inside

The 56-story Residences by Armani Casa Tower has been completed in Sunny Isles, and closings are now underway.

There are 308 condo units, and total sales are expected to top $1 billion. Over $800 million worth of condos in the building were already in contract last year, the developers had said.

The project broke ground in January 2016 and was open in November 2019, making it around 46 months of construction.

Amenities include a private oceanfront restaurant & bar, a two-story Armani Spa and fitness center, private movie theater, cigar room, and a children’s playground.

Dezer Development and Related Group are the developers.

Pelli Clarke Pelli is the architect, with interiors by Armani/Casa.

Unit 4305 is listed by Carlo Dipasquale of Cervera Real Estate.

It includes 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. The asking price is $2.1 million, with 1,476 interior square feet and wraparound balcony bringing total square footage to 2,489.

Entry is by a semi-private foyer. Units feature Subzero refrigerators & Wolf appliances, stone countertops, and an outdoor kitchen. Bathrooms have Toto toilets with integrated bidets.

(photos via mls/dezer properties)

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Anonymous
9 months ago

Extend metromover to sunny isles

Anonymous
9 months ago

Foot draggers who make decisions in this city is only thinking about how to expand free Trolleys.

Anonymous
9 months ago

I assume this is one of those obligatory facetious comments like shore power and sperging about parking, because extending Metromover to all ends of Miami is asinine as it’s intended to be short-distance system in its current form.

Anonymous
9 months ago

I’m glad you were there during the planning, design, intended routes, and ultimate building of the Metromover no matter how clueless you now are. But, it’s going into the year 2020 and it’s about time a new plan for it gets initiated.

Anonymous
9 months ago

Clueless is not a strong enough word for someone who thinks Metromover should be extended to Sunny Isles. Perhaps you have no clue what Metromover is and have confused it with Metrorail? Perhaps you should stay away from the model glue? Who knows with you.

Anonymous
9 months ago

I think it is homemade moonshine he is drinking.

Anonymous
9 months ago

Anyone who thinks that a system like the Metromover was designed just for Brickell and Downtown either 1. works for the worthless MTA. 2. Loves playing the fool and bending over and taking it without using lube while handing over their wallet to keep the half penny gas tax going because he likes hearing the “extension of the Metrorail is coming!” Or 3. A person who just drinks cheap beer all day while sitting in his ragtag and decrepit 1972 easy boy recliner and have no idea on what to do with any mass transit system we already have and passes out in another drunken stupor.

Anonymous
9 months ago

Metromover sure as hell wasn’t designed to be extended from downtown to Sunny Isles Beach. The trip from dtwn to SIB would be longer than your Metromover idea is stupid. It’s a people mover, and as such is not meant for a 17 mile trip. Try screaming for commuter trolley service to Atlanta while you’re at it. From what crack pipe do you toke?

Anonymous
9 months ago

MiamiDade county’s main industry is tourism. Being such, it’s ludicrous to think that some big hulking transit system like “Tri-rail” is the appropriate transit system to run from Sunny Isles Beach to South Miami Beach and onto downtown Miami. Tourist ain’t interest in moving like that, they’re interested in seeing. Look, put down that needle of heroin for just once in your life and face reality.. this ain’t NYC we’re talking about!

Anonymous
9 months ago

That may work for the 1st trip they take, after that going from SIB to SoBe or DTWN in 1 1/2 hours will get old real quick.

Anonymous
9 months ago

If you need to get from SIB to SoBe or DTWN quicker, then use some other means of transportation.

Geez, must someone think of everything for you?

Anonymous
9 months ago

What’s the point of spending tons of money on a slower form of transport than what is already available? Think before you type.

Anonymous
9 months ago

1. Nope. You are wrong.
2. Nope. You are very wrong. (I wasn’t even dumb enough to vote YES on the 1/2 Cent tax. The premise being, “I love transit, but the politicians will take the money).
3. Nope. Usually red wine, sometimes a nice Pappy Van Winkle and prefer an Eames Lounger to any [I think you mean] LazyBoy Recliner.

I know what to do about the Metromover, charge $1 per ride, or $20 for a Monthly Pass.
Then….Privatize it.

Anonymous
9 months ago

Wow…if you can not tell that is a joke, then there are more challenges ahead.

Anonymous
9 months ago

A lot of people think about the cost per mile, and benefit per mile.

Anonymous
9 months ago

Hahaha….YES….

Anonymous
9 months ago

Yeah Russian billionaires want to abandon their Ferrari’s to get on a 10mph people mover to travel 17 miles to downtown Miami. Pass the crack pipe, you’re smoking some good sh!t.

Anonymous
9 months ago

“Yeah Russian billionaires want to abandon their Ferrari’s to get on a 10mph people mover to travel 17 miles to downtown”

This is one of those guys who raids people’s medicine cabinet and all those different drugs he’s on keeps him from thinking straight and knowing what the fuck he’s talking about.

Anonymous
9 months ago

This is one of those guys who can’t admit when he’s got a lame crackpot idea like having a 10 mph people mover be extended for 17 miles even on an anonymous message board. He must sound like a real dbag in real life conversation, assuming anyone converses with him.

Anonymous
9 months ago

You mean, Russian billionaires will abandon their Ferrari’s to get on a people mover if it’s moving faster than ten miles per hour?

Gee, I guess they better bump the speed up to 100mph then just for the sake of getting those Russian billionaires out their sports cars.

Anonymous
9 months ago

Toto toilets with integrated bidets….important for keeping your taint clean.

Anonymous
9 months ago

1000+sf balconies on 1400+sq ft units—–unusually nice large balconies

Anonymous
9 months ago

I’m so glad MiamiDade County has places like Sunny Isles Beach and Adventura.

dan
9 months ago

I wish some of the Sunny Isles designs were in downtown and Brickell. It would really help our skyline

Anonymous
9 months ago

It’s crazy someone would buy this and have to deal with finishing the unit (while paying hoa and taxes) Go to new aqualina. Units come finished at much much better quality

Anonymous
9 months ago

Are their balconies this big for 1400+ sq ft units? Finishings are trivial and easily changed. Balcony size isn’t and cannot be.

Anonymous
9 months ago

We found the Aqualina sales rep!

Anonymous
9 months ago

Brickell needs something like this as a Pelli building, instead of Related/Aquitectonica’s crap sandwich One Brickell.

Anonymous
9 months ago

WHY IS EVERY MIAMI CONDO INTERIOR WHITE? Add some color, texture, and character dude.

Anonymous
9 months ago

They’re white because it’s easier then for the people who are going to buy and live in them to add their own colors.

Anonymous
9 months ago

Also, the base white coat and color hides any sloppy drywall work. Once you paint it a darker color you start to see all the waves in the walls.

Anonymous
9 months ago

Did Georgio Armani himself design that kitchen soffit and cheap AC grill?

Anonymous
9 months ago

Heck, that’s an IKEA kitchen, rug instead of tiles and 1980’s travertine bathrooms. Really?

Anonymous
9 months ago

Seems Armani is now into the off-the-rack generic business.

Anonymous
9 months ago

Oh, the luxury of looking at the older, less attractive Sunny Isles condos in every direction.

Anonymous
9 months ago

Well, you just explained why anyone shouldn’t buy a condo in a brand new highrise building in New York City.

Anonymous
9 months ago

Yes. This is the new improved Coney Island. Lots of people prefer to live in Coney Island over Manhattan. They can walk that boardwalk and be together as a Russian community. Now, we have the new and improved Coney Island. Better beach with better weather and a nice Publix across the street with all their food tastes, etc. Good for them. Albeit, with a ton more traffic and higher PSF.

Anonymous
8 months ago

This is what you get for $2.1M?

MIko
9 months ago

I thought gas grills were forbidden on balconies on South Florida

Anonymous
9 months ago

It is just a myth created by Condo Association.

Anonymous
9 months ago

Those are most likely electric grilles. And it’s not that they’re not allowed but you need proper fire safety requirements to have summer kitchens. There is probably a fire sprinkler in the ceiling above

Anonymous
9 months ago

where does it say that it’s gas?

Anonymous
9 months ago

Congrats to the Related Group and Dezer Group, beautiful Tower by Cesar Pelli.
Definitely the best looking building in Sunny Isles.

Anonymous
9 months ago

It is nice, but my personal preference leans towards Jade Signature by Herzog & DeMeuron

Anonymous
9 months ago

Gil wants to pull his pants back up, so move your lips.

Anonymous
9 months ago

Yawn.

Anonymous
9 months ago

Yawn?.. oh, you live in something better?

Anonymous
9 months ago

Another empty building for money laundering

Anonymous
9 months ago

But I bet it’s another building that you wish you can afford to live in.

Anonymous
9 months ago

Haha angry about being poor.

Anon
9 months ago

It includes 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. The asking price is $2.1 million, with 1,476 interior square feet and wraparound balcony bringing total square footage to 2,489.

This looks and measures exactly like my 2Br/2.5Ba in Brickell, for about 1/3 the price. Related, seriously, step it up. This is laughable.

Anonymous
9 months ago

Is your Brickell box direct oceanfront w/ocean views? Nope, it sure isn’t.

Anonymous
9 months ago

I’d rather be in Brickell.

Anonymous
9 months ago

So what? I got relatives that’d rather be in northern Ohio freezing their asses off and paying state tax. Not everyone wants the same thing. However it doesn’t mean that MOST wouldn’t rather be right on the beach. The market values oceanfront over Brickell.

Anonymous
9 months ago

Of course. Oceanfront is more scarce, and on scarce land, you build high luxury everything. This attracts UHNWI’s for the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th homes. Brickell tends to attract more people working in the neighborhood, working in the Healthcare industries, or going to school. It is absolutely silly to compare the two neighborhoods because they are so different.

Anonymous
9 months ago

Yeah, but you don’t have to extend the Metromover to that guy’s apartment in Brickell!

Anonymous
9 months ago

lmao…as if buyers of SIB condos give a shit about Metromoverrailfailsnailhailquail. Their biggest transport concern is where to park their 2nd Lambo.