The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Miami Beach Opened With Rooftop Cocktails And Celebrities
The very much anticipated Ritz-Carlton Residences, Miami Beach recently held a soiree for the ages to celebrate its grand opening. It is now the largest residential adaptive reuse project in South Florida.
The 126-unit residential development has 60 different floorplans and amenities that keep residents well-entertained mere steps away from their front doors. Developed by real estate investment and developing firm Lionheart Capital, The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Miami Beach has a half-acre rooftop pool deck, ecological food forest and community garden, house day-yacht and a 36-slip private marina. Additionally, the world’s first residential art studio, medical concierge with celebrity author of The South Beach Diet, Arthur Agatston, social and club rooms, cinema, children’s room, and library. A total of 15 stand-alone villas were designed by renowned Italian architect Piero Lissoni.
“This development has been a true labor of love for all of us at Lionheart Capital,” said its CEO, Ophir Sternberg, at the grand opening. “We have taken the time to curate, not only a luxury residential building, but an engaging sanctuary and community for our residents, focusing on everything from the smallest design details to the largest, first-ever amenities. It was our intention to craft a product that was intensely thoughtful, how we each would want things actualized within our own homes. The end result took time to get just right but turned out even better than I, or anyone, ever anticipated.”
Following Sternberg’s remarks, the joyful cocktail reception on the rooftop pool deck continued with over 600 guests in attendance. Some of the VIPs present: New York Mets Hall of Famer, Mike Piazza; Actor, Cuba Gooding Jr.; Lissoni; Million Dollar Listing Realtor, Fredrik Eklund, as well as Miami-based real estate developers, Edgardo DeFortuna, Jules Trump, Ugo Colombo, and Michael Comras.
Guests were treated to tours of the residences, amenities, but were first welcomed by the sensory art installations by Klip Collective showcased on the reflective pools of the entrance, façade, and greenery.
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