Residences by Armani/Casa First Look

Founder, Condoblackbook.com & Owner/Broker, HB Roswell Realty
Residences by Armani/Casa First Look
Founder, Condoblackbook.com & Owner/Broker, HB Roswell Realty

May 29, 2019 May 29, 2019

Located at 18975 Collins Ave, Sunny Isles Beach, FL 33160, USA, Residences by Armani/Casa is a 56-story luxury residential condo tower springing up oceanside along the seashore at Sunny Isles Beach. While the glass tower is designed by internationally acclaimed architect Cesar Pelli, who also designed Miami’s famed Adrienne Arsht Center, the classic interiors are designed by Giorgio Armani´s famed Armani/Casa Interior Design Studio under the artistic direction of Giorgio Armani himself. The 649-foot-tall tower is home to 308 luxurious oceanfront residences ranging from $1.5 million to $5.5 million in price, with floor plans that range between 1,500 and 3,500 square feet.

Take in the Views!

The tower is designed to indulge the building’s show-stopping view and idyllic waterfront location, with clear floor-to-ceiling glass walls, as well as ample glass terraces that hover over the water, enveloping you in a relaxing encounter between sky and sea. The oversized terraces create a seamless indoor/outdoor living experience that also affords total privacy.

Residences by Armani Casa - Rendering of penthouse living room

Residences by Armani Casa - Rendering of East facade  Residences by Armani Casa - Rendering of pool

Haute Design Meets Fine Art

The building features an impeccably curated collection of museum-quality art that includes works by internationally-renowned sculptors such as Sandro Chia and Sinisa Kukec, as well as pieces by Marcelo Legrand, renowned for his work exhibited at the Venice Biennale.

Sandro Chia | Sinisa Kukec

Sandro Chia (NÉ EN 1946) Bacchus, C. 1990 | Sinisa Kukek, Solaranus, Finance is Gold Silver is Silence, 2016

Building Amenities at Armani/Casa

Amenities include a relaxing oceanfront terrace with lush subtropical landscaping, a heated swimming pool, hot tub, and poolside food and beverage service, as well as an oceanfront restaurant and bar that provides delivery service to residences. For luxury aficionados, the building also has a wine cellar, game room, and cigar room. There’s also a fully equipped fitness center and two-story spa with indoor and outdoor treatment rooms, and a Yoga studio with Pilates equipment, as well as a convenient children’s playroom. With 300 feet of sandy coastline, residents may also enjoy beachside attendants, as well as beachside chairs, umbrellas, and food and beverage service.



Videos of What It Means to Have the Residences at Armani/Casa Lifestyle

Two videos that the developers of Sunny Isles’ Residences by Armani/Casa have released recently highlight the interior and exterior views of this luxurious high-rise in Sunny Isles.

Watch the video here.

Watch the video here.

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