The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Miami Beach; which is expected to be completed this winter; has unveiled a batch of new jaw-dropping renderings showing the extent to which its penthouses can be customized.
Described as "aspirational penthouse examples," according to a spokesperson for the development, the stunning renderings depict a residence with some mind-blowing details. The design was by architect Alexis Cogul Lleonart, founder of Doo Architecture.
The theoretical residence overlooking Miami Beach features three magical living areas that include an interior topography space with a garden; a double-height library system that wraps around the main area; a 20-foot-tall wine cave with a climate-control custom shelving system for 2,000 bottles and a jellyfish tank; an interior fire pit; and a private elevator leading to the roof.
The penthouse would have 10,000 square feet of interior space and an additional 8,000 square feet of balconies and terraces, the latter encompassing a hot tub and water feature sculpture in addition to a 6,000-square-foot rooftop terrace with an Exteta pergola and a fully-loaded bar.
Five penthouses are available in the lavish project, ranging in price from $8.8 million to $40 million, the latter representing a potential combination of the two priciest units (totaling four pools), which are offered at $20.26 and $16.9 million separately.
The 111-condo development by Italian architect Piero Lissoni is his first full-scale project in the United States and sits on over seven and a half acres along 4701 Meridian Avenue.