Upon completion (2015), the project will consist of 230 one-, two-, three- and four-bedroom residences, including lofts, townhouses and flats among the floors. Condos (1,206 to 3,395 sq. ft.) are $725,000 to $3.7 million. To date, 86% of the units have been sold, according to Liliana Paez, Key International Sales Director.
Once construction begins, boats currently at the marina will be moved off-site. The storied facility was originally part of the neighboring island that housed the Castaways Hotel and the Wreck Bar. During the 1980s, it became the Fort Apache Marina, where Don Aranow built and raced legendary speedboats. Buyers at 400 Sunny Isles will have the option to purchase a dry- or wet-dock marina slip (built to accommodate mega-yachts) at prices from $65,000 to $250,000.
For information, call 305-377-1025 or visit www.400simiami.com.
THE SYMPHONY OF YOGA
The inaugural "Yoga Night at the New World Symphony" takes place on Friday, Jan. 11, at the New World Center beginning at 7 p.m.
It kicks off with a 30-minute concert by the New World Symphony, followed by a 60-minute complimentary yoga class held outdoors at Miami Beach SoundScape.
The concert program will include Rossini’s Overture to The Barber of Seville and Weber’s Overture to Der Freischütz and will be conducted by NWS conducting fellow Joshua Gersen.
The yoga class, led by Lululemon ambassadors Paul Toluiszis, Christy Nones McKenzie and Rina Jakubowicz, will feature a video art WallCast, music and refreshments.
Tickets (just $2.50 per person) are available online at www.nws.edu/yoga.
Wishing all Beach Buzz readers a very happy and healthy New Year!