Estates of Acqualina

Estates of Acqualina

The Estates of Acqualina will be a collection of curated homes and penthouses managed by Acqualina Resort & Residences, located in Sunny Isles, Miami, Florida. TripAdvisor recently named the existing location as the number one luxury beachfront resort in the continental U.S. owing to its exclusive design, five-star services, and amenities.

The development is the brainchild of developers and owners Eddie and Jules Trump. The duo saw an opportunity to offer residents in the area a level of service that simply isn’t available in other accommodations. The pair started with a patch of bare dirt and transformed it into Florida’s version of the French Riviera, offering residents a level of luxury they could “aspire to,” something special beyond the norm.

The Florida Riviera connotes Acqualina’s relaxed and chic way of life. The Trumps took inspiration from some of the great designers in history and enlisted Sofia Loren as part of the team. The Italian actress helped to give the development a quintessentially European feel, ensuring it remained authentic to the original vision.

As the Trumps moved to develop the beachfront Estates of Acqualina, they abided by three principles: art, architecture, and lifestyle. The new development will comprise two towers with soaring views over the Atlantic Ocean and a “Circus Maximus,” with an enormous array of amenities for residents. Existing development on the site offers around 750 feet of beachfront, but that will rise to more than 1,200 feet once the new buildings are complete. The developers believe the proposed site will offer a hitherto unseen style of living, offering an extraordinary experience.


Estates of Acqualina comprise a series of exclusive and luxurious residences set across two towers and estates. The development regularly lists available properties and showcases units to buy. More than 247 luxurious residences will offer between three and seven bedrooms to guests of sufficient means.

Estates of Acqualina

The Boutique Tower will offer two primary accommodation options: Amalfi and Ravello apartments. Buyers choosing Amalfi will enjoy more than 4,780 square feet of enclosed living space and a 589 square foot terrace for enjoying views of the Atlantic Ocean and Florida. Each unit will have passenger elevator access, an open-plan kitchen, several bedrooms, ensuite bathrooms, master bedrooms with stunning views of the surrounding landscape, and terraces for enjoying alfresco dining and the sunshine.

Ravello suites will come with enclosed areas of 4,385 square feet and terraces with more than 450 square feet to relax and enjoy the views. Each unit will have four bedrooms, five-and-a-half bathrooms, a “great room” containing the kitchen and dining area, and a terrace with a summer kitchen. Residents will enjoy private elevator access to the ground-floor foyer, a luxury master bathroom with dual sinks and a spa-bath chamber, and full ensuite bedrooms throughout.

The South Tower will offer four floor plans for residents to enjoy. Vecchia Via Acquina 777 has four bedrooms, five bathrooms, a great room, a bespoke “den,” a service room, a terrace, and a summer kitchen. Toscana Via Acqualina 777 will offer four bedrooms, six-and-a-half bathrooms, a great room, a service room, a family room, a terrace, a spa, a sauna, and a summer kitchen. Donatello Va Acqualina 777 will provide five bedrooms, seven-and-a-half bathrooms, a family room, a great room, and a terrace with or without a summer kitchen, depending on the version buyers choose. And lastly, the Milano Via Acqualina will come with five bedrooms, seven-and-a-half bathrooms, a service room, a terrace with a summer kitchen, a spa, a sauna, a family room, and a great room.

Casa Di Coba Via Boutique Tower will offer seven bedrooms, nine bathrooms with six powder rooms, a private dining, a great-room, a family area with a fireplace, a wet bar, a sitting area with a terrace, and summer kitchen, private pool, a private four-car garage, and interiors completed by an award-winning design group. Other planned developments include the Casa Di Oro Via Acqualina 777 and the Casa Di Oceana Via Acqualina 777


Estates of Acqualina will furnish residents with 45,000 square feet of amenities. Developers plan meditation areas, wine rooms, a Formula One Racing simulator, a children’s play area, gazebos, a movie-threat screen, and basketball courts. Residents will also enjoy infinity-edge swimming pools, private poolside cabanas, and a cigar lounge with an adjoining billiards room.