The very slim Mansions at Acqualina has been completed, received its TCO (Temporary Certificate of Occupancy), and is ready for move-in, according to the developer. Oh, and the joint is completely sold out, which means that the Palazzo di Richezze, the building's $55 million penthouse, must have been sold (final sale price unknown) even though there were no press releases on the sale. Neither Miami-Dade Property Appraiser online records or Realtor.com (the only site with a direct feed from the MLS and thus reliably up-to-date) reveal much, although Realtor.com does show two other properties in the building as 'pending,' meaning that the sales have not closed yet, which is something that only happens after the building's finished. In other Acqualina news, their twin towered neighbor to the north, the Estates at Acqualina, has reached a whopping $360 million in sales according to the developer, ten weeks after the project launched.
· Mansions at Acqualina coverage [Curbed Miami]
· Estates at Acqualina will have flow rider, ice rink, etc. [Curbed Miami]