The St. Regis Residences, Sunny Isles Beach is now converting reservations into contracts, developers announced in a press release last month.
The twin-tower development has taken in nearly $750 million in reservations in less than six months, the release said.
There will be two 62-story towers, with each rising 750 feet, making them the tallest in Sunny Isles.
A total of 336 residential units are planned, according to a utilities agreement.
Marketing material shows that the towers will have photovoltaic glass installed on the west facade.
There will be 53,372 square feet of photovoltaic glass installed.
That is expected to be enough to generate 530,000 kilowatt hours from the sun per year, while also reducing infrared radiation.
PV Glass technology enables the building to drastically improve its energy efficiency, decrease operation and maintenance costs, and reduce carbon footprint, the marketing material states.