The units will be delivered furniture ready, with the interiors also designed by Citterio, and each unit will have access to enclosed, air conditioned garage spaces for three cars, the developers said.
Rendering of the exterior of Arte Inside the tower, amenities will include a spa and indoor and outdoor pools. And across the street, at 8926 Collins Avenue, a separate amenity building is planned, with a garage, 24-hour valet, a golf simulator, club room, cigar room and rooftop tennis courts.
The project will total 150,000 square feet, with 80,000 of sellable space.
Citterio is known for furniture designs as well as his architecture. He is the exclusive architect and designer for Bulgari’s hotels and resorts worldwide, including Bulgari Resort Dubai on a private island off the coast of Dubai. “We have been huge fans of his for many, many years, and we always wanted to select a project for him to design,” developer said. “And this one was the perfect fit for him.”
Surfside is undergoing a major transformation, with luxury oceanfront condominium towers rising along the ocean, like the recently completed Fendi Château Residences and the Surf Club Four Seasons, which is now under construction.
“From 87th Street you have Renzo Piano’s, then ours at 89th, then 90th is the Four Seasons, then 92nd is Fendi, then you have 97th the St. Regis, then Oceana, then the Ritz-Carlton,” Rosen said.