Saturday, November 28, 2015

Big Business at Bijou Bay Harbor Sales Center Launch Party at Bay Harbor Islands, FL

From left: Ivan Ramirez, Andres Arias Gutierrez, Robert Morales and Eduardo Pruna

 BAY HARBOR ISLANDS, FL – Simply seeing the sales center for Bijou Bay Harbor wasn’t enough for one guest at the luxury condominium’s spectacular grand opening party. One buyer snatched up one of the five exclusive penthouses at the luxury waterfront condominium from respected mega-developer Juan Carlos Gonzalez.

The deal only added to the night’s festivities, as 300 VIPs, dignitaries and local luxury real estate agents witnessed the ribbon cutting and grand opening of the development’s 2,000-square-foot on-site sales center on the shores of Biscayne Bay.

“This spectacular event was befitting Bijou Bay Harbor and the island community it will call home,” said Robert Morales, the vice president of operations for Ability by Acierto. The U.S. development company created by Gonzalez has partnered with Conexo Inmobiliario, founded by Andres Arias Gutierrez, who will serve as the president of new developments for Ability by Acierto.

Ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate opening of Bijou Bay Harbor sales center

“The transformation of Bay Harbor Islands has been nothing short of phenomenal, and we know Bijou Bay Harbor will be an integral element in the city’s continued growth,” said Morales.

The launch party featured choreographed paddle boarders riding LED-lit paddle boards, with Bob Marley and reggae tunes played by local DJ/violinist sensation Timothee Lovelock. A luxury car exhibition was staged by MPH Club & Ocean Cadillac, and the entire celebration was captured by an aerial drone and presented by media sponsor South Florida Luxury Guide.

DJ/violinist sensation Timothee Lovelock

The 2,000-square-foot sales center was designed by Adriana Hoyos. Even before the event, pre-sales had been drawing keen interest from young professionals and buyers from throughout the Americas, the Caribbean, the U.S. and Europe. With sales now fully underway, the groundbreaking is expected in early 2016.

Once completed, the seven-story development will feature architecture by Luis Revuelta and Charles H. Benson with 41 private residences, ranging from 900 to just over 2,000 square feet. Prices start in the $500,000s and rise to $1.9 million for the four remaining penthouses.

 Eduardo Pruna, Bijou Bay Harbor sales director, and Crescendo Real Estate will handle sales for the project.

For sales information, email Eduardo Pruna at
 or call (305) 864-2220. 

 For a complete copy of the company’s news release, please contact:

Ashley Fierman
(954) 370-8999/ (954) 330-1554

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