Home Architect Siegfried and Roy house sells for $3 million, Ai Weiwei lists his Chelsea condo and more real estate news

Siegfried and Roy house sells for $3 million, Ai Weiwei lists his Chelsea condo and more real estate news

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The private restaurant will be located on the lobby level, overlooking the resort-style pool and the Atlantic Ocean. It’s been designed with the 104-year-old automotive brand in mind, including a diamond floor that mimics the pattern of a Bentley’s dashboards and knobs.

English promoted the partnership last month with a Wagyu tasting at the Bentley Residences Miami sales gallery, where he was joined by Dezer Development President Gil Dezer and more than 200 guests, including Real Housewives of Miami stars Guerdy Abraira and Adriana de Moura.

Designed by Sieger Suarez Architects, Bentley Residences will offer 216 luxury condominiums, priced at $5.25 million. The 62-story tower will also feature individual pools with balconies, 20,000 square feet of amenities, and a car elevator that brings residents’ vehicles from the ground floor to their front door.

Construction will begin this year, with an expected completion date of 2026.


Sutton Tower

Recent spaces

Thomas Juul-Hansen leaves his mark on Sutton Place

Thomas Juul-Hansen has unveiled his model interiors and residences for Sutton Towerthe tallest building on the East Side of Manhattan.

The celebrated architectural designer, who also created the exterior of the 850-foot tower, is a go-to designer for superstar chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten, who hired him to bring restaurants like Nougatine, Perry St. and TheMark. Juul-Hansen’s Scandinavian roots are present throughout the Sutton Place building, which combines natural elements like wood and polished marble with meticulous modern touches.

The 121 units have been artfully designed as corner residences and feature oak front doors and floors, custom Statuarietto kitchen islands, and sinks carved from a single slab of Bianco Dolomiti marble.

Prices at Sutton Tower start at $2.35 million for a one-bedroom unit.

New developments

Rendering of an interior at Origin Residences in Miami

Original Residences

Artefacto offers a tailor-made life in Miami

Luxury furniture and staging company Artefacto has announced its first branded residence, Original residences by Artefacto, coming to Miami’s Bay Harbor Islands. Chilean developer VDA Origin Miami is leading the project, with Miami-based Revuelta Architecture International designing the 27-unit building, which will also include a private marina.

Artefacto partners with Miami interior designer Carla Guilhem to offer every homeowner a unique space, offering private consultations and a choice of Artefacto finishes and furnishings. Given Miami’s meteoric rise, Artefacto CEO Paulo Bacchi said in a statement, “There’s no better time to raise expectations and expand brand influence.”

Prices at Origin Residences start at $1.39 million for a two-bedroom.

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