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Miami Amenity Alert: Estates at Acqualina’s ice skating rink, modeled after an underwater cave

Within the 45,000-square-foot amenity complex

Rendering of an indoor ice skating rink, modeled after an underwater cave
Rendering of an indoor ice skating rink
Courtesy of Estates at Acqualina

Miami’s amenity game continues to evolve.

Months after Estates at Acqualina in Sunny Isles Beach released renderings of their lobby designed by Karl Lagerfeld (modeled after a Roman piazza) and speakeasy, the $1.5 billion development unveiled a visual and details of its ice skating rink.

The rink will feature walls made of translucent Corian and Lucite, modeled after a crystalline underwater cave. It will be located in Villa Acqualina, the residential development’s four-story 45,000-square-foot amenity complex, which was designed by New York-based architecture and design firm Reddymade Architecture & Design.

The total list of amenities in that building are jarring:

  • Ice-skating rink
  • Golf simulator
  • Wall Street Trader’s Clubroom
  • Cigar Lounge & Billiards room
  • Teen game area
  • Refreshment center
  • Wine Room
  • Private poolside cabanas
  • Bocce court
  • Basketball Court
  • Sculptured art gardens
  • Outdoor pool table
  • Meditation areas
  • Bowling alley with 4 lanes
  • Formula One racing simulator
  • Movie-screening theater
  • Children’s play area
  • Relaxation lounge
  • Disco
  • Zero-entry, infinity-edge and adults-only pools
  • FlowRider® surfing simulator
  • Soccer field
  • Walking and jogging trails
  • Dog park
  • Gazebos

Estates at Acqualina is among the most luxurious residential projects in the Miami pipeline. Units at the upcoming development start at $3.8 million.