Miami and fur coats don’t exactly go hand-in-hand. Which is why residents at the ultra posh Palazzo del Sol on Miami’s exclusive Fisher Island will find fur storage just one of the many luxury amenities they can avail themselves of. Add to that private massage rooms, on-call butler service, private beaches, championship golf links and more, and it’s easy to understand why this tiny island off the coast of Miami attracts financiers, tycoons and big name celebrities, including Julia Roberts, Oprah Winfrey and Mel Brooks.
In keeping with Fisher Island’s vertical skyline, Palazzo del Sol is a luxe condo tower featuring 47 units ranging in size from 4,000 to 10,000 square feet and priced from $5 million to just under $33 million. Its companion tower — Palazzo del Luna — is scheduled to rise two years later.
The exclusive island once owned by William Vanderbilt II is home to just 700 families, ticking the boxes for potential owners for whom privacy, exclusivity, and high-grade luxury are at the top of their wish list.
With over a mile and a half of imported Bahamian sand, Fisher Island’s private beaches are the ultimate in tropical seclusion, while the golf course designed by the legendary P.B. Dye boasts laser-leveled tees and pro-grade Paspalum Supreme grass. And Tennis Magazine ranks the Fisher Island Club’s two grass courts, two hard courts and fourteen Har-Tru clay courts #1 on the East Coast.
Fisher Island also features two state-of-the-art marinas, including Miami’s only deep-water marina, designed specifically to meet the privileged needs of the world’s most discerning individuals.
Those looking to be pampered will find full-service health, wellness and beauty treatments galore at Spa Internazionale, named one of the world’s premier spas by Town & Country Magazine. There are also 8 restaurants, including several high-end steakhouses, where no money is needed – all meals can be charged directly to Palazzo del Sol residents’ expense accounts.
The island even has its own school, where a mere 75 students ages two to twelve broaden their minds against a picturesque backdrop of sunny Miami.
“Fisher Island and the luxury resort lifestyle such as that offered at Palazzo del Sol has been well known to ultra-high net worth individuals worldwide since development began on the private island in the 1980’s,” said Dora Puig, principal broker at Luxe Living Realty and Fisher Island Real Estate, LLC. “Fisher Island boasts arguably the most name recognition – second to South Beach – among a true jet set crowd of ‘global citizens’ looking to Miami when purchasing a second, third, fourth, or even fifth home.”
For more information on the luxury real estate opportunities and lifestyle offered at Palazzo del Sol, visit palazzodelsol.com.