Miami Magazine


Raising the bar on vertical living isn’t simple, especially in a community continually ranked as the wealthiest zip code in America. Yet the new Palazzo Della Luna, a residential building in phase two of development on Fisher Island, has achieved just that by ushering in a new standard of wow factor. Comprised of 50 three- to seven-bedroom residences ranging in size from 3,724 to 10,194 square feet, the 10-story Mediterranean tower joins sister property Palazzo Del Sol in anchoring the 8.1 waterfront acres of outdoor space designed by Enzo Enea that’s home to pool terraces, a bocce ball court, croquet and yoga lawns. The lobbies and indoor amenities that blend elements of classical grandeur and old-world style with sophisticated contemporary accents were created by the lauded New York-based interior design firm Champalimaud, which, along with Italian architect and designer Augusto Busnelli, also recently delivered three turnkey residences that denote tropical living at its most luxurious.