MIAMI BEACH, Fla.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–At the Paramount World Center, 58 stories of luxury condos will sit atop
a downtown Miami mall.
At the Porsche Design Tower in Sunny Isles Beach, automobiles will be
launched to their owners’ condos by elevator. Not to be outdone, the
nearby Estates at Acqualina will feature a three-story “Circus Maximus”
complex, where residents and guests can enjoy bowling, a Formula I
simulator, indoor ice skating and a surfing simulator.
At the Turnberry Ocean Club, there will be a Sky Club, Sky Theater and
sunrise and sunset swimming pools. And up the Gold Coast in Pompano
Beach, residents of the 19-story Sabbia Beach will have the Atlantic
Ocean as their own backyard.
For a showcase of these projects and many more, the forthcoming Miami
New Construction Show between October 22 and 25 at the Miami Beach
Convention Center will be the scene of more than 100 of the best luxury
residential developments South Florida has to offer. More than 25,000
visitors are expected to attend the four-day event, which will also
feature an estimated 150 real estate and construction related service
But the stars of the show will be some of the most exotic, innovative
and expensive projects that the South Florida real estate community has
seen in years.
“Developers are spending millions to create lifestyles, environments and
amenities that cannot be found in any other real estate market,” said
Anita Funtek, founder and CEO of the Miami New Construction Show. “Some
are blending their projects with new mixed use community concepts in
their surrounding neighborhoods. All are taking advantage of the growing
cultural and business connections that the Greater Miami area has to
From downtown Miami northward along the beaches, here are snapshots of
some of the more innovative luxury projects that will be on display at
the Miami New Construction Show.
Paramount World Center
Located just north of central downtown Miami and across Biscayne
Boulevard from the Perez Art Museum and Frost Science Museum, the
Paramount Miami Worldcenter will consist of 58 stories of luxury
directly atop the exclusive Mall at Miami Worldcenter. Overall, the
Miami Worldcenter mixed-use project will span nearly 30 acres.
Porsche Design Tower
Developer Gil Dezer, president of Dezer Development, named his condo
tower’s vertical car transport system after himself. The “Dezervator”
has been patented and tested and is in the process of being installed
inside his 60-story tower on Sunny Isles Beach. Of 132 units, fewer than
a dozen were recently reported to remain up for sale. Prices range from
$6.3 million to $32.5 million for a 16,195-square-foot penthouse that
occupies four levels. The tower, at 18555 Collins Avenue, also boasts
other eclectic amenities ranging from balcony plunge pools to a
collection of six “man caves.”
The Estates at Acqualina
The project, also in Sunny Isles Beach, is yet another gem in the luxury
portfolio of South African-born developer Jules Trump. After he and his
brother, Eddie, built an 80-acre development on Williams Island in
Aventura, they jumped the Intracoastal to build the 51-story Acqualina
Resort & Spa. Next came the Mansions at Acqualina nearby. The 5.6-acre,
gated Estates project will consist of 264 ultra-luxury homes with prices
running from $3.9 million to $40 million.
Turnberry Ocean Club
Turnberry Ocean Club is also a Sunny Isles Beach project that is rising
as a spectacular 54-story glass tower with only 154 residences. Of
70,000 square feet of amenities, an estimated 40,000 square feet are
located in the Sky Club. There will be two sunrise and sunset swimming
pools, two hydrotherapy spas and a Sky Theater with movies under the
stars. Construction, which started this year, is scheduled to conclude
It’s been a long time since a new luxury condo tower rose along the
ocean in the Broward County municipality of Pompano Beach. Fernbrook
Florida broke the spell with its 19-story, 72-unit Sabbia Beach at 730
N. Ocean Blvd. Groundbreaking took place this fall and completion is set
During the course of the Miami New Construction Show, members of the
news media are invited to view all of the exhibits around the Miami
Beach Convention Center and to speak with project developers and their
representatives. For further information about contacts, call Anita
Funtek at 305-846-1461.
To learn more about the show, please visit http://www.miaminewconstructionshow.com.
Miami New Construction Show
Anita Funtek, 305-846-1461