Developers planning the twin-tower St. Regis Residences in Sunny Isles Beach have signed a utilities agreement that will allow construction to proceed.
County records also show that a tree permit was being reviewed this month – another sign that construction is near.
According to the utilities agreement dated March 15, the development will include:
- 336 residential units
- 6226 square feet of full service restaurant
- 3970 square feet of office
Two towers are planned, with 175 residences in the south tower, which will be the first to be completed.
Each of the 62-story towers is planned to rise 750 feet, which is taller than any existing building in Sunny Isles, and matches the height of the Bentley Residences tower also planned in Sunny Isles.
In January, the developer said that the development had taken in nearly $750 million in reservations in less than six months.
Arquitectonica is the architect, with interiors by São Paulo-based designer Patricia Anastassiadis and landscape design by EDSA.
Fortune International Group and Château Group are the developers.