SUNNY ISLES BEACH — In today’s competitive real estate market, it pays to have a gimmick.
Regalia Beach Developers, LLC, a Miami development group, has recently listed a $39 million penthouse. The purchase price includes a $500,000 rare pink diamond. Rihanna?
The 17,000-square-foot, three-story penthouse, located in a 46-story oceanfront tower in Sunny Isles Beach, has six bedrooms, a massive great room with a floating cantilevered stone staircase, an antique Ilanel bronze chandelier with 225 floating glass pendants, and a 1,500-square-foot master bath, which includes a Jacuzzi, a steam room, a sauna and a hydrotherapy tub, perfect for relaxing after a hard day of counting your millions.
The penthouse also features floor-to-ceiling glass walls, three wrap-around terraces with breathtaking ocean views and a private access glass elevator. The rooftop boasts a sky bar and a cascading waterfall that empties into pool.
Not done yet.
The cramped space, also contains a 1,000-bottle wine cellar, a smoky quartz bar lounge, a 100% Kosher kitchen, and a 1,100-square-foot game room and movie theater. The guests and staff can enjoy a separate living and kitchen area.
“Understanding that the discerning buyer of Regalia’s penthouse is accustomed to the most superlative things in life, it was of utmost priority to present a gift that was most appropriate for this individual — one only offered at Regalia,” says Kevin Venger, co-developer with Regalia Beach Developers. “The Penthouse is considered the “crown jewel” of the ultra-luxury high-rise condominium, thus, we are bestowing a gift as regal and memorable as Regalia’s name. The pink diamond embodies the rarity of this magnificent home.”
The residence, the second most expensive condo in the city, was designed by Charles Allem.
“The timeframe to intricately curate a penthouse at this level requires customizing design in both its layout and interiors, in addition to engaging in high analysis of the right moment to deliver this unit for sale,” says Venger. “Initially, we chose for the penthouse to not compete with the other residences for sale within Regalia.
“We also desired for the building to be completely operational for at least one year and all staff to be fully trained in order to offer this buyer the finest white-glove services and a seven-star living experience without room for error,” Venger continues. “Adding the complexity of the penthouse’s buildout, craftsmanship and millwork, and the design of its interior by AD100 designer Charles Allem, the listing was held until now to ensure no disruptions to the integrity of the process.”
So, if you’re looking for a rare pink diamond and don’t mind settling for the shack that comes with it, you should consider making an offer.