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A new wave of condos is finally making land in Sunny Isles Beach Real Estate and Surfside, almost all of which first broke ground in 2016. Buyers can now move into developer Gil Dezer’s 56-story, 308-unit Residences by Armani/Casa.

To celebrate, the building hosted a blowout earlier this month on its oceanfront terrace, where VIP guests enjoyed a presentation of the Giorgio Armani spring/summer 2020 collection, as well as a performance by Pitbull. Units at the Armani-branded tower are still available, asking $2.9 million to $17 million (for a five-bedroom, six-bathroom home with a rooftop terrace and a private pool).

Nearby, the Ritz-Carlton Residences opened in February. Developers Edgardo Defortuna of Fortune International Group and the Château Group saw Miami’s Super Bowl helped the building score buyers, with four units sold during the month of January, including its largest $25.5 million penthouse. Remaining units are asking from $2.6 million to $6 million.

Read more at New York Post:

The ritziest condos on Miami’s north shore are now open
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