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Armani Residences Miami

Armani Residences Miami in Sunny Isles Beach is a luxurious condominium project featuring the name that is synonymous with luxury: Armani. The oceanfront tower has been developed by two of the top names in the industry. This dynamic duo, Gil Dezer, of Dezer Development and Jorge Perez, of Related Group, have paired up again and have delivered a condominium project that rivals Trump Towers, their most famous project together.

Cesar Pelli, whose Connecticut based design firm is also behind such past projects as the World Financial Center in Manhattan and the Petronas Towers in Malaysia, has brought his significant talents to the project of the Armani Residences Miami. Project has generated great excitement, and for good reason.

Dezer Development and Related Group collaborated on the development of Residences by Armani Casa, which was also co-designed by renowned architects Cesar Pelli and Giorgio Armani. Residences by Armani Casa's structure and floor plans were designed by Cesar Pelli, and its amenities, public areas, and apartments were created by Giorgio Armani. The 56-story Residences by Armani Casa structure is 649 feet tall. It provides views of the Intracoastal Waterway, the city skyline, and the Atlantic Ocean. Homes by Armani Casa, which was completed in Q4 2019, features 308 condo residences with floor plans that have two, three, four, or five bedrooms and measure 1,358 to 6,138 interior square feet (see Residences by Armani Casa floor plans).


The apartments at the Armani Casa Residences have 10-foot ceilings with floor-to-ceiling glass windows, 10-foot-deep private balconies with glass railings and summer kitchens, luxurious kitchens with Armani Dada designed and manufactured cabinets, top-of-the-line appliances by Sub-Zero and Wolf, Armani Roca designed sinks and faucets, imported stone worktops, and glass backsplashes, and master bathrooms with marble stone floors and walls, spa-inspired shower with Armani Additionally, the condo homes at Armani Casa have seamless access to a few building facilities due to their status as a smart building. 


A number of luxurious amenities are available to Armani Casa Residences guests, including a two-story spa with indoor and outdoor treatment rooms, a beauty salon, and his and hers sauna and steam rooms; a movie theater; an oceanfront terrace with a heated pool, hot tub, and food and beverage service; a private oceanfront restaurant with indoor and outdoor seating; a coffee bar; a state-of-the-art fitness center with views of the Atlantic Ocean; a yoga studio with PADI certification; and Residents of the building may also take use of beach services including food and drink delivery, umbrellas, and beach attendants.


Sunny Isles Beach's 18975 Collins Avenue is the address of Residences by Armani Casa. Residents can walk to a Publix supermarket, a few parks, a number of eateries such Miami Juice and Timo Restaurant, a number of banks, and more because to the neighborhood's location. The Aventura Mall, Bal Harbour Shops, the Fort Lauderdale Airport, and the Miami International Airport can all be reached by automobile within 8 minutes, 12 minutes, and 40 minutes, respectively, from Residences by Armani Casa. Sunny Isles Beach's Residences by Armani Casa is undoubtedly a location of distinction.


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Armani Residences interiors


Although Armani is more well-known for his fashion design company of the same name, his interior design firm has completed a number of projects, including the Armani hotels in Milan and Dubai. Sunny Isles Beach's impressive new Armani Residences Miami is a 56-story oceanfront building with 308 elite luxury residences. The tower is situated on 3.11 acres and has direct access to 300 feet of beachfront coastline as well as tastefully designed gardens. Under Giorgio Armani's artistic supervision, the interiors were made by the renowned interior design firm.

The ornamentation of the curved entry area serves as visual proof that the décor uses gold, bronze, and green tones.

Translucent drapes hang from floor to ceiling over the restaurant's wall-to-wall windows, and the polished stone floor has green curves that resemble the outline of a tower.

Green leather covers the wooden dining chairs with bronze colored legs to highlight this aspect.Green cabinets that bend around a black table are stored in the temperature-adjustable wine cellar.

Wood flooring, wallpaper with a plant print, and a cream sofa with Armani brand cushions can all be found in the living area.Two levels are devoted to facilities like a kids' area, a movie theater, a private cigar lounge, and more.

The homes have kitchen cabinets created by Armani/Dada, a collaboration between Armani and Italian design firm Molteni&C.

The bathrooms are finished with a sink and tub designed by Armani/Roca, a collaboration between the Roca Group and Armani, and the master bedrooms have marble sinks as well.

In addition to these embellishments, the homes have been kept "designer ready" so that the owners themselves can decorate them.



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