Palazzo Del Sol is a six-star, 10-story residential condominium located where Biscayne Bay meets the Atlantic Ocean. Here, on a 4.5-acre waterfront site, a piece of paradise has been reserved exclusively for the new residents of Palazzo Del Sol.
The building has been designed by Kobi Karp – one of the starchitects of the Miami architecture scene – and consists of 47 residences featuring private elevators, immense outdoor terraces, Boffi kitchens and baths, 10-foot interior ceilings, and penthouses with 15-foot ceilings. Space and light abound. Classic and modern morph into an entirely new tropical island experience.
Inspired by the idea of indoor/outdoor connectivity, Palazzo Del Sol’s team of Architects and designers has created a welcome experience like no other. Upon entering the South Lobby, residents will be greeted by a concierge, whose expertise extends to services both on and off the Island. Should you desire a brief interlude over a cappuccino from Aperitivo Bar, you can linger in the spacious and gracious North Lounge, where white-glove Butler services are provided daily.
The North Lounge opens directly onto the Terrace Lounge, a covered outdoor relaxation area with remarkable views of South Beach and Downtown Miami, and where cruise ships ply the Waters of Government Cut as they glide to and from the Port of Miami.
A premium waterfront site on an exclusive private island that’s accessible only by private yacht or ferry. Ultra-luxe residences with unobstructed views of the Atlantic Ocean, South Beach, Biscayne Bay and Downtown Miami. Proximity to the hotspots of South Beach and to the cultural megazones that are the Design District, Wynwood and the downtown Arts & Entertainment District. Palazzo Del Sol puts all the cosmopolitan pleasures and treasures within reach. As The New York Times once noted of Fisher Island, “There are few tropical island retreats these days where one can be cut off from the world and still be close to civilization.”
Civilization, these days, means the Cesar Pelli-designed Adrienne Arsht Center for The Performing Arts, the bayfront American Airlines Arena (home to the Miami Heat basketball champions), the world-class Perez Art Museum Miami (Designed by Herzon & de Meuron), the new Miami Science Museum, the 17-acre South Pointe Park (designed by Hargreaves & Associates) and, of course, the hottest South Beach restaurants like Il Mulino, Milos, Red the Steakhouse, Prime 112 and the ever-popular Joe’s Stone Crab.