Aurora Sunny Isles Beach is expected to break ground this summer with the demolition of its existing sales center scheduled for mid-June.
The work is expected to take a few weeks and a new sales center will rise next door at 17600 Collins Avenue. The project is currently over 45 percent sold and was pegged to initially break ground in early 2017.
The 17-story tower will be equipped with one of the most unique amenities we’ve seen: a mikveh, a Jewish ritual bath which is used in the conversion process. It’d be the first of its kind in Sunny Isles Beach and can be observed in the first rendering down below.
The luxury boutique condo totals 61 residences, ranging in size from two to three bedrooms and from 1,385 to 2,150 square feet. Prices now start in the $900,000s.
Aurora is among a collection of Miami boutique condos in the pipeline developed by Verzasca Group, joining the Le Jardin Residences and Pearl House, which both topped off in Bay Harbor Islands in March.
Other amenities in Aurora include private sundecks with cabana lounges, a half-Olympic length pool, fitness center, indoor/outdoor yoga lounges, and a Hammam spa.