Privé at Island Estates has officially unveiled with receipt of TCO (temporary certificate of occupancy), opening its doors to 160 units with 360 degree views of the water—its most unique feature, which is almost quite impossible to find anywhere else in South Florida.
Privé at Island Estates, the iconic twin tower residential development on the last developable island in South Florida, announced its second legal victory, ruled by Miami-Dade Circuit Judge William Thomas, on September 20th with granted development access rights through the South Island, Williams Island.
The developers behind Privé at Island Estates, the luxury island development opening this summer on the last buildable private island left in South Florida, have registered the development with the New York Attorney General to market and sell to NYC residents
The most highly anticipated model residence of the season is unveiled in an entrancing new video
Privé, the luxurious residential enclave currently taking shape on South Florida’s last private island, recently unveiled its impressive new art collection.
Privé at Island Estates, one of the last developable islands in South Florida, closed on a $102 million loan from its existing lender, New York City-based Maxim Capital, in partnership with Austin-based Prophet Capital Asset Management