Saturday, May 27, 2017

Work on Aurora Sunny Isles Beach, FL to Begin with Sales Center Demolition

John Warsing
SUNNY ISLES BEACH, FL – The start of construction at Aurora Sunny Isles Beach is imminent, with demolition of the existing sales center slated for mid-June. A groundbreaking ceremony will be scheduled soon after the three-week demolition work is complete.

Developer Verzasca Group and the Aurora sales team are relocating to a brand-new sales center at 17600 Collins Avenue, adjacent to the project site. The existing sales center will be closed from May 29 to June 5 to accommodate the relocation, but Director of Sales John Warsing and the Aurora team will be available for appointments during that time.

Aurora is the first project to be developed on the west side of Collins Avenue – or A1A – in more than a decade.

“This is a big step for our project,” said Verzasca Managing Director Tim Lobanov. “We are excited to be closing in on the start of construction at Aurora. Demand has been strong, and that will only intensify as the marketplace sees activity on the site.”  

Tim Lobanov
Aurora is a new luxury condominium project with 61 residences at 17550 Collins Avenue in Sunny Isles, one of the world’s most sought-after destinations. The boutique building’s two and three-bedroom residences range from 1,385 to more than 2,150 square feet. Prices start in the $900,000s, making it the most attainable luxury project on Sunny Isles.

The project is more than 45 percent sold, with buyers coming from all over the world.

Aurora is being developed as part of an intimate collection of boutique residences, along with Le Jardin Residences and Pearl House in Bay Harbor Islands.

Earlier this month, Aurora announced the sale of 5,382 square feet of ground-floor commercial real estate at the luxury residential project to an international investor for $5.5 million – or about $1,022 per square foot.

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

Jasmin Curtiss
PR Coordinator, BoardroomPR
O 954-370-8999

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