Amenities are one reason The Related Group’s Auberge Beach Residences in Fort Lauderdale has sold 97 percent of its north tower, which will be completed this spring, and 70 percent of its south tower, which will be done this summer. The five-star-resort-style amenities and services include a wine cellar, 24/7 valet and concierge, a state-of-the-art fitness center overlooking the pool deck, an AboutGolf golf simulator and a family-friendly children’s playroom, as well as a club room with multimedia facilities, billiards and gaming tables.
Residents are moving into Privé at Island Estates, the luxury twin-tower residential development anchored in the waters of the Intracoastal Waterway in Aventura. Each of the 160 units in Privé offer water views from every room on the site, which is billed as the last buildable island in South Florida.
Residences start at $2.2 million and are 75 percent sold. The team includes developers Gary Cohen and BH3’s Greg Freedman, Daniel Lebensohn and Charles Phelan; architects Sieger Suarez and interior spaces designed by Interiors by Steven G.
3 Miami Central
Colorful artwork that pays homage to its Overtown location is a notable feature of 3 Miami Central, the first tower in Brightline’s MiamiCentral development. Aecom, the project architect, integrated grand-scale art installations by Robert McKnight, a celebrated South Florida-based artist. Images include notes from a blues guitarist that morph into butterflies, antique African masks, and singer/actress Lena Horne. Brightline is the first tenant at the 12-story, 96,000-square-foot Class-A office building. NNTB also has signed a lease along with Einstein Bros. Bagels.