Regalia, a 43-story luxury condominium designed by architect Bernardo Fort-Brescia, is perched on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean at 19505 Collins Ave. where Golden Beach meets Sunny Isles Beach.
The residences, of which there is just one to a floor, feature unobstructed, 360-degree views of the Atlantic Ocean and Intracoastal Waterway, and large wraparound terraces. The 2,100-square-foot, 10-foot deep terrace surrounding the residence on four sides allows light to penetrate to the center of the home.
Regalia’s residences, with 5,515 interior square feet, include master suites with 200 square feet of wardrobe space, floor-to-ceiling windows, his and her showers and whirlpool baths. Large-scale family rooms, dining rooms and great rooms are standard at Regalia.
Buyers at Regalia have the opportunity to customize their units into many arrangements due to the presence of numerous wet walls. This allows residents to extend plumbing to any location on the floor plan.
Glass sculptor Dale Chihuly, known for his large scale pieces and installations in natural settings, has been commissioned to create numerous pieces of art for the public areas.
Building features include 165 linear feet of beach front, an infinity-edge swimming pool set amidst gardens and fountains, an oceanfront gazebo with poolside shower and spa, private beachfront cabanas and a fitness center overlooking the Atlantic.
Regalia is being developed by Regalia Holdings, comprised of developers Jerry Kaufman, Avra Jain, Paul Cashman Murphy, Abraham Cohen and Susanne Bak Mortensen. Prices begin at $6.2 million. Sales are by appointment only. Regalia is expected to be completed in 2009.
For more information, contact the Global Marketing Group sales center at 305.466.1311 or the development office at 305.573.5515.
Location Sunny Isles Beach
Housing Type Condominium
Number of Units 39
Number Sold 10
Delivery Date 2009
Prince Range From $6.2 million
Developer Regalia Holdings