When looking for a new property, kids are often left out the equation. As parents, it’s important to not only make sure the area is safe for your family, but also that there is something for everyone to enjoy. After checking the boxes, like making sure the schools are good, we don’t think about what is available for the kids to enjoy.
Now, there is a place made with kids in mind. If you have a family or looking to start one in the future, The Ritz-Carlton Residences has the answer to that. In 2019, their new development will be coming to Sunny Isles Beach, FL that is sure to be family-friendly.
The Kids Club will be tailored with children in mind and will have indoor and outdoor play facilities, a game room along with arts and crafts classes. There will also be physical activities, beach and pool care and meal plans. The program will ensure that children have many daily activities, especially ones that let them experience everything Sunny Isles Beach has to offer.
Fortune International Group and Château Group, who are joint developers of the 52-story development, have revealed new renderings of the Kids Club, which will be exclusive to residents. “Appreciating the needs of today’s luxury buyer, and understanding that parents want their children to feel as though they are an integral part of a community, we want to ensure that the day-to-day living experiences of our young families are maximized,” said Manuel Grosskopf, CEO of Château Group. “This project will be one of the few of its kind in South Florida that puts such an added emphasis on catering to those essentials.”.
The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Sunny Isles Beach features designs by Arquitectonica with interiors by Florentine architect Michele Bönan. Constructed with families in mind, spacious floor plans in the 212-unit building will have Atlantic Ocean, city and intracoastal waterway views. Ceiling heights will be 10 feet in the homes and 13 feet in the penthouses, while oversized terraces with private pools will be offered in select residences. Italian-design kitchens will be filled with Caesarstone quartz countertops and Gaggenau appliances. Some features of each residence are walk-in closets, laundry rooms with full-size washers and dryers, smart home technology and pre-wiring for high-speed internet access and Wi-Fi. The Penthouses include garden terraces spanning 2,000 sq. ft. – 4,000 sq. ft., private pools, outdoor kitchens, custom-designed Italian cabinetry and master suites with separate service quarters.
“It’s a rarity for a high-end condominium tower to offer such in-depth, multi-layered programming specifically geared toward children, and we are thrilled to be bringing this type of luxury service to our buyers through the construction of this project,” said Edgardo Defortuna, CEO of Fortune International Group. “It’s indicative of the kind world-class service we have planned for this luxury residential project.”
In addition to the Kids Club, the building will include a private club level on the 33rd floor, beachside restaurant, pool deck, spa, fitness center and wellness center, along with more luxurious amenities. Residences range from $2.5 million to $5.2 million, with penthouses starting at $25 million.
So families, if you want to be in the Miami area, but not directly in the city, this may be the place for you.