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Fantasy Island –

The most luxurious project to exist in Aventura is Privé at Island Estates.

Privé at Island Estates, the luxury twin tower residential development anchored in the waters of the Aventura Intracoastal on the last buildable island in South Florida, has officially unveiled, opening its doors to 160 units with 360-degree views of the water—its most unique feature, one that’s a rarity throughout South Florida. Starting at $2.2 million, the residences feature two- to six-bedroom, flow-through units starting at 2,585 square feet and penthouses starting at 9,500 square feet. The multimillion-dollar homes are a collaboration between developers Gary Cohen and BH3’s Greg Freedman, Daniel Lebensohn and Charles Phelan; celebrated architect Sieger Suarez; and Interiors by Steven G.

Lucky residents can experience the unique lifestyle of living on one of the few private islands in South Florida while having everything they need at their disposal, including Aventura Mall, excellent restaurants and a private marina. “This property is unique and holds views unachievable anywhere else in the area,” says co-developer Cohen. “It’s the embodiment of resort lifestyle and a success story for the books, considering the logistics, scale and scope of an extraordinary project of this kind.”

Included in that scope are resort-style amenities, like a 360-degree running path outlining the island, tennis court, outdoor dining terraces, a residents-only poolside restaurant, Privé Café, a pier, two lap pools and the aforementioned private marina, which has slips for up to 135-foot yachts. There’s also a 10,000-square-foot, two-story fitness center and a state-of-the art spa with steam room and sauna, a private library and dining room, a wine room and a cigar room. And, since art has become an integral part of luxury living in South Florida, the developers of Privé put together a program that encompasses commissioned pieces by some of the world’s most renowned and emerging artists, starting with sculptures by award-winning Australian artist Matthew Harding and including works by New York City favorite Ross Bleckner, among others. For more information, visit






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