Exceptional Living Space with Style & Grace | $45M Regalia Penthouse Sunny Isles Beach

Monday, January 18, 2016 | Penthouse Condos, Regalia, Sunny Isles Beach Condos, Sunny Isles Beach Real Estate | Posted by Sunny Isles Miami Beach Real Estate

Penthouse REGALIA

Regalia POOL

$45M Regalia Penthouse Sunny Isles Beach

Exceptional Living Space with Style & Grace

The Regalia Penthouse was recently released for $45 Million setting the stage for a unique style & grace only found in Sunny Isles Beach. Own the TWO Upper Penthouse floors plus the Rooftop with a pool area and entertainment deck to aim high and dream big. Here from each level of this home, we find epic 360-degree wrap around views offering everything Sunny Isles and beyond.

Specs and Pertinent Details:

  • $45 Million
  • 6 bedrooms
  • 7.5 Bathrooms
  • Interior 10,755 Square Feet (999 Sq. Meters)
  • Rooftop Pool Deck 6,050 SF (562 Sq. Meters)
  • TOTAL Space 16,805 SF (1,561 Sq.Meters)

Building Perks:

  • Private SPA
  • Movie Theatre
  • Wine Cellar
  • Game Room

 

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History of Miami Beach (Then & Now)

Thursday, October 24, 2013 | Art Deco District, Miami Beach Real Estate, Miami Miscellaneous, South Beach Real Estate | Posted by Sunny Isles Miami Beach Real Estate

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Miami Beach Then & Now

Thousands of years ago, the Tequesta Indians inhabited the land that is now Miami, Florida, and it was not until 1566 that the first Europeans came to the area. Pedro Menendez de Aviles claimed the land for Spain, and they quickly established a mission.

Many development sites have found the remains of these original Miami settlers. In 1821, the Spanish flag was lowered and the Stars and Stripes were raised over Florida. Enterprising ship wreckers from the Bahamas came to South Florida and the Keys in the early 19th Century, to hunt for the riches & remains of an international array of ill-fated shipwrecks that crashed onto the Great Florida reef. At about the same time, the Seminole Indians arrived along with a group of runaway slaves. The United States built Fort Dallas to use as a base while fighting the Second Seminole War from around 1835 to 1841. They fought to stay here in Florida, and the areas soon a war zone from 1836 to 1857, with most non-Indian residents being soldiers stationed on the Miami River at Fort Dallas. Some of the soldiers and a few frontier settlers gave Miami the beginning of a new foreign born population. At war’s end the majority of Indians were driven into the Everglades.

The area’s greatest changes came thanks to a visionary Cleveland, Ohio widow named Julia Tuttle who purchased 600 plus acres on the north bank of the Miami River in 1891, moving her family into the vacant and abandoned Fort Dallas buildings. Within four years, Tuttle, who was known as the “Mother of Miami” convinced the Standard Oil co-founder Henry Flagler to extend his railroad on into Miami, build a new luxury hotel and lay out a plan for this new town known as Miami. The railroad soon arrived and the City of Miami was incorporated on July 28 of 1896. At that time, it had a population of only 300 people! The city was starting to grow though, and it was growing rather quickly.  World War II brought another 100,000 residents to Miami Beach when the Army Air Corps and the navy established major military training centers. Many of these servicemen made Miami their permanent homes after the war. By the end of the 1950’s, South Florida had then doubled its population.

Greater Miami never lacked in fast forward thinkers including John Collins (from New Jersey) and Carl Fisher, who together in 1913 embarked on an agriculture venture on a small area of oceanfront beach and started a bridge across the bay. John Collins constructed a rickety wooden toll bridge known to be the longest in the world. It would be the first connection of Miami to Miami Beach. In 1925 the Biscayne Bay Improvement Company bought the bridge from Collins and replaced it with the Venetian Way, a series of arched bridges linking a chain of five islands plus the already existing Bull’s Island (renamed Belle Isle) to the Beach. And so Rivo Alto, San Marino, San Marco, DiLido, and Biscayne Island referred to as the Venetian Islands were born. Once the Venetian Causeway was complete, the isles became an even more fashionable place to spend the winter for rich northerners, exactly the people that Miami Beach co-founder Carl Fisher of Fisher Island hoped to attract. From there they could be endlessly entertained thanks to showman Fisher’s public relations stunts. He introduced manned gondolas to float around the waters, and he coaxed boating mogul & competitor Gar Wood to stage speedboat races in the bay. Part of the oldest remaining causeway in South Florida, the 85+ year old Venetian is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. These days it spans the city of Miami at 15th Street to the city of Miami Beach at Dade Boulevard.

Miami Beach Real Estate

“The Beach” was big from the turn of the century all the way through 1925 when the market started to weaken. A hurricane followed a year later, and then the Great Depression took some of the steam out of Miami during the 1930’s. After World War II, the growth of Miami started again. Miami Beach FL was then born. Nicknamed “The Magic City” and the “Gateway to Latin America”, Miami is the 44th most populous city in the U.S. Stretching ten miles distance, these connected islands, which were named the “Sun and Fun Capital of the World” by Jackie Gleason, are separated from Miami by a 3 mile expanse of the shimmering waters of the Biscayne Bay. Since the early days of the Honeymooners and “away we go,” this Atlantic coastline community has undergone a “sand lift” which restored this land of paradise to its tropical glory and caused another major development boom since the 80’s.

The famous Art Deco Historic District features streamlined modern architecture as well as Art Deco styles in the one square mile vicinity that contains these famous treasures. Miami Beach, known for its Millionaire’s Row, burst onto the International scene in the 1990’s spanning Collins Avenue from 44th to 59th Street and was known as ‘Miami’ to the world. The affluent & celebrity corridor represented the Billion dollar sandbar on postcards, magazine covers and travel posters all through the 1950’s and 60’s. Its movie set resorts played host to all the big stars of the postwar period from Frank Sinatra and Elvis Presley to Lucy Ricardo. By the late 1960s, however, the bloom was off the rose. Millionaire’s Row became a symbol of over development on the Florida coast, and its retirees denizens became the butt of national jokes.

Fidel Castro took over Cuba in 1959 and no one dreamed that this revolution would change Miami as much as Cuba did. Many Cubans came to Miami to escape Castro’s regime. The Cuban exiles were now just beginning to pour into the area bringing the next Miami with them. The 1960’s to the 80’s brought mind blowing change as more than a half million Cuban exiles fled to Miami to start a new life. These innovative refugees launched this area into its future as what many call the “Capital of the Americas.” The greatest influence leading the city’s modern day personality & diversity came with the arrival of Cuban refugees that began in the late 1960’s. They settled in an area dubbed as Little Havana, where salsa music blasts, men play dominoes in the park and breezes carry robust whiffs of café con leche. Miami´s overall cuisine and arts scene swing Cuban, blended with other Caribbean influences. The city has seen its vicissitudes, from natural disasters to political strife, but things really began looking up in Miami, despite the economic debacles.

The 1980’s and early 90’s brought a multi-billion dollar cocktail of investment capital that produced a modernized transportation infrastructure, an amazing new Miami downtown skyline, a rebirth of Miami Beach and a new way of life for residents that features the culture, arts, sports and entertainment all with an international accent. Although it has changed way beyond recognition, Miami Beach has thrived among the changes and overcome many difficulties. Along the beach, the sunlight gives way to an array of neon lights with Miami Beach´s renowned nightlife. For decades South Beach has been a favorite social scene for A-list celebrities, as rooftop lounges at boutique hotels offer plush sofas and savory martinis, while nightclubs promise late nights with music from international DJs.

In the 2000’s, this City started to embrace its new identity as a cosmopolitan city full of fun & life. Luxurious high-rise buildings, aggressive new developments, Art centers and the influx of new people into the area from every walk of life have all helped to make Miami the happening place to be and an amazing place to live. Part of the appeal of Miami Beach is due to the celebrity influx into the city with actors, movies and TV shows portraying Miami as the ultimate playground. The wealthy and the famous love to party in the city which helped make it more attractive to the younger crowds in recent years. Every playground has its sandbox and Miami Beach boasts a seven mile oceanfront sand box bordered by the bright blue Atlantic Ocean waters perfect for beach volleyball, kite boarding, snorkeling, jet skiing, boating and soaking up the Florida sun.

South Beach

It will always be the first location tourists think of when considering Miami, new areas have become ever so popular such as Sunny Isles Beach incorporated in 1997 and resting on the Northern shoreline of Miami Dade County. Russia, Latin America, Canada, France, Asia along with U.S. snowbirds come to enjoy this family friendly location offering parks, great restaurants and incredible shopping destinations. To its east is the great Atlantic Ocean and to the west is the Intracoastal Waterways. The tiny enclave of Golden Beach is to the north and Haulover Park is to the south. The City is midway between Miami & Fort Lauderdale and offers easy access to Miami International, Ft. Lauderdale and Hollywood International Airports.

Miami Beach 1921

The history of Miami is still being written. It’s a great time to come to the Magic City and become a part of it!

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3 Great Reasons to Consider Sunny Isles Beach

Wednesday, May 11, 2011 | Acqualina, Bal Harbour Real Estate, Jade Beach, Jade Ocean, Miami Beach Real Estate, Ocean Four, South Beach Real Estate, Sunny Isles Beach Condos, Sunny Isles Beach Real Estate, Trump Palace, Trump Royale, Turnberry Ocean Colony | Posted by Sunny Isles Miami Beach Real Estate

Great Reasons to Consider Sunny Isles Beach, Florida

Sunny Isles Beach is one of the most prestigious places to live in the Miami-Dade area. Notable for its many high-rise, luxury condominiums, the area epitomizes the look and feel of Florida luxury living. To the east of Sunny Isles Beach are the waters of the Atlantic Ocean, where people enjoy the Florida sunshine and pleasant waters from beachfront cabanas, their yachts or just in the old-fashioned way; on a towel on the warm sand next to the surf. To the west, Florida’s Riviera is separated from the mainland by the Intracoastal Waterway and, just over it lays greater Miami, a city as legendary for its vibrant culture as it is for its business community.

The Community

Given the many luxury properties on Sunny Isles Beach, it’s no surprise that the population is generally an affluent one. It is a very short span to Bal Harbour, which is famous for its many high end retail shopping and restaurants while Aventura is also a short drive over the William Lehman Causeway with an endless supply of family fun, entertainment & shopping. Sunny Isles Beach has plenty shopping of its own, as well, and many of the residents manage to amuse themselves very close to home with an all inclusive beachfront enclave continually growing as the City adds new parks and community events for the residents & tourists alike.

Despite its affluence, Sunny Isles Beach benefits from the cultural diversity that Florida is famous for. You’re as likely to meet an athlete or celebrity in this community as you are to meet a famous international shipping magnet that makes their permanent or summer home on this well known Riviera. There is access to excellent education for children and all of the resources that you would expect in any great city. This is not simply a resort location; it is a fully-functioning and diverse community with much to offer.

Luxury Oceanfront Properties

The condominium properties along Florida’s Riviera coast are legendary and some of the most famous are located along Sunny Isles Beach and include Acqualina, Turnberry Ocean Colony, JADE Ocean, JADE Beach, Trump Palace, Trump Royale, Ocean Four and other luxury developments. Whether you want to live in one of the Trump Dezer’s six condo towers or the brilliant creation of another developer such as Fortune’s JADE towers, there is no shortage of options along the South East Florida coastline.

These properties are not only new but already famous—and justly so—for combining the amenities and services you would expect at a 5-star hotel with a great place to call home. Elegant lobbies, concierge, fully-equipped business centers, Spa, fitness & aerobic activity centers and so much more are at the disposal of the residents of these condominiums.

Nearby Sunny Isles Beach

A few minutes driving will take you to Miami’s South Beach, which has many venues for fun, entertainment and excitement. Of course, it also has an endless nightlife, plenty of art exhibits, museums and entertainment along with golf courses that are available in the mixture of this legendary location.

Sunny Isles Beach, however offers the benefits of being right next to other exciting cities without being directly in it. When the hustle and bustle become too much, many residents return to Sunny Isles Beach to relax and unwind. Those who live in the high-rise properties can still take in the breathtaking skyline at night, of course, and it’s only a short trip if you want to explore other destinations such as Aventura, Downtown Miami, South Beach and even the Florida Keys just 3 hours away.

Sunny Isles Beach currently has new waterfront properties available for very good prices and people including the International crowd are today, buying them up quickly, no doubt for the many reasons listed here and a host of others as buyer confidence has returned to the Miami Beach market.

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Trump Grande Development Sunny Isles Beach

Friday, May 21, 2010 | Sunny Isles Beach Condos, Sunny Isles Beach Real Estate, Trump Int'l Beach Resort, Trump Palace, Trump Royale | Posted by Sunny Isles Miami Beach Real Estate

Trump Grande Development in Sunny Isles Beach is observed as being among the very best in living the ultimate South Florida condo lifestyle. You’ll notice these superior Sunny Isles Beach condo developments as soon as you enter noting outstanding service & security. The Trump Grande property is comprised of three towers known as Trump International Beach Resort, Trump Palace and Trump Royale.

Trump Royale

(2008) 18201 Collins Avenue

The latest and final addition to Trump Grande development is Trump Royale, a 380 modern condo tower, featuring smart panel technology similar to having your own virtual butler. The open lobby has intricate water pools, meeting areas and massive bamboo shoots made of stainless steel arising from the water. All parking at Trump Royale is valet so as soon as you drive to the front, your car and bags will be whisked away. For children, Trump Royale boasts the ultimate Pirate Ship pool offering an incredible play experience plus an A-rated school across the street for Kindergarten through 8th grades. For adults, Trump Royale has an outstanding Cybex fitness facility featuring the latest in cardio & strength training equipment, a Spa with treatment rooms and all of it overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and City of Sunny Isles along with a multitude of meeting & event rooms for residents and guests alike. Residents of Trump Royale & Trump Palace have access to Trump Beach Resort so in all, 4 pools, hot tubs, waterfalls, steam rooms, tennis courts, billiards, restaurants (both onsite & across the street), Spa’s (including the Resort) and overall amenities unmatched along the Miami Dade coastline. There is a poolside bar and beach service delivering chairs, umbrellas, towels and an array of ocean activities such as jet skis and windsurfing.

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Trump Palace

(2006) 18101 Collins Avenue

The legendary Trump Palace Sunny Isles is the central tower comprised of 275 total condo residences all of which have excellent floor plans with high 10′ ceilings and superior views based on the angle of the building. The gym has recently been outfitted with new equipment (2010) while the Spa & treatments rooms offer a relaxing environment to unwind. The two pools surrounding the Trump Palace building offer both a private swimming pool exclusive for Trump Palace and Trump Royale while the lap pool on the South side is enjoyed with any residents from the Trump Beach Resort. Services and unlimited valet parking at Trump Palace are very similar to Trump Royale except for Trump Palace having a traditionally styled lobby and lacking the smart panel home system. The biggest draw to could be attributed to fewer units and spacious floor plans with 10′ ceilings found at Trump Palace. The front desk concierge has vast connections and is there to assist you in securing special tickets & events for you and your guests. There are three elevator banks which lead to private and semi-private elevators whisking you home. Residents have a key fob which is programmed to know your floor, so buttons aren’t necessary but instead, a simple key swipe to arrive at your front door. The entire complex has the same beach front services and right of use.

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Trump International Beach Resort

(2003) 18001 Collins Avenue

Situated between Fort Lauderdale and Miami International airports, Trump Int’l Beach Resort is a contemporary 4-star hotel known as one of the best Miami luxury condo-hotels and destination resort. An oceanfront oasis with 390 rooms showcasing private terraces with great views in any direction, Trump Int’l Beach Resort offers amenities such as a full-service Spa & fitness center, two restaurants (Neomi’s Grill), three lounges (Lime Lounge) with live evening entertainment, tennis courts and an awesome grotto-style pool, lap pool and waterfalls.  There’s 22,000 square feet of countless meeting, banquet & conference rooms for the traveling business or family venture along with restaurants including a new Sushi Lounge by Tony Liu of the Hamptons. The hotel resort is managed by the International Resorts Management Group and is a new member of The Leading Hotels of the World.

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