Miami’s TAL Aventura Reveals Interiors and Amenity Spaces; Closings Commence at The Wales on Manhattan’s Upper East Side
By: Ameena Walker
Closings are underway at The Wales, the former Hotel Wales-turned-condominium building located at 1295 Madison Avenue on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. Interiors for the iconic building were remastered by design studio PINTO and include 21 two- to four-bedroom residences priced from $3.585 million, as well as a newly constructed five-bedroom penthouse asking $23 million.
The Wales residences are appointed with oversized windows, white oak herringbone flooring, custom cornices, and kitchens with art deco-inspired patterns and designs. Each home features ASKO or Electrolux washer/dryers, and select residences offer wet bars with a Sub-Zero undercounter refrigerator. The crowning penthouse spans the entire floor, offering nearly 4,200 square feet of interior space and another 3,114 square feet of exterior space across two levels. A private elevator, coffered ceilings, an elegant fireplace, and an expansive roof terrace overlooking Central Park are among the home’s additional highlights.
Miami’s TAL Aventura Reveals Interiors and Amenity Spaces
TAL Aventura, the 26-story residential building rising along Miami’s Biscayne Boulevard waterfront, is giving a glimpse of what future residents can look forward to. New renderings show off the IDEA Architects- and IDDI-designed building’s interiors and amenity spaces, with an emphasis on family-focused perks and green spaces.
The building’s 86 two- to five-bedroom residences encompass from 1,245 to 6,200 square feet and feature Italian porcelain flooring, floor-to-ceiling windows, private elevator entries, and outdoor living spaces that give views of the surrounding skyline and Biscayne Bay. TAL Aventura’s more than 50,000 square feet of amenity spaces include a pool with cabanas, an outdoor theater, grilling areas, miniature golf, basketball and pickleball courts, a fitness center with saunas and treatment rooms, and landscaped gardens. A coworking lounge, a pet spa, a yoga studio, and a private dining room with a custom wine wall are also among the development’s perks.
Brooklyn’s Quay Tower Lists $9.85 Million Penthouse, Once Home to Ryan Serhant
An airy four-bedroom penthouse at Quay Tower, the waterfront Brooklyn Heights condominium that actress Zendaya once called home, has hit the market for $9.85 million. PH3A is a 3,553-square-foot spread with private elevator access, massive windows with views of the East River, and an expansive chef’s kitchen with integrated appliances and custom Italian cabinetry. The primary bedroom suite includes two walk-in closets and a marble-finished bathroom with radiant-heated floors and a custom vanity.
Celebrity real estate broker Ryan Serhant and his family called PH3A home for a few months in 2022 while his Boerum Hill townhouse underwent renovations. Per press materials, the family particularly enjoyed Quay Tower’s generous amenity package, including everything from a music room with a baby grand piano to its rooftop lounges with cabanas, fireplaces, and BBQ pits.
Shaun Hergatt Brings First Private Restaurant to The Perigon
Michelin-starred Chef Shaun Hergatt is bringing his first-ever South Florida private restaurant and speakeasy to The Perigon, Miami Beach’s forthcoming ground-up oceanfront development, designed by OMA New York. Dubbed Nota at The Perigon, the private restaurant will be Hergatt’s first Mediterranean offering, and its menu will focus on highlighting local seafood. The cocktail lounge, FiftyThree, will showcase bold interiors and whiskey-themed curations.
Starting at $4.15 million, The Perigon offers 72 condominiums ranging from two to four bedrooms and 2,100 to 6,700 square feet; eight private guest suites are exclusively available to residents.
San Francisco 49ers’ Christian McCaffrey Seeks $3.75 Million for Charlotte Penthouse
San Francisco 49ers running back Christian McCaffrey is listing his three-bedroom penthouse in Charlotte, North Carolina, for $3.75 million, making it one of the priciest condominiums available in the area, the Wall Street Journal reports. Measuring nearly 3,800 square feet, the abode is situated atop a 22-story building in the city’s center, boasting a two-story great room with a wall of windows, a staircase crafted from glass and steel, and a 200-square-foot outdoor terrace. The home is being sold furnished and with two deeded parking spaces.