Privé at Island Estates Announces Exclusive Partnership with Zuma

ambiance-2Privé at Island Estates, the luxury residential development nearing completion on South Florida’s last buildable private island, today announced an exclusive partnership with the internationally awarded Zuma restaurant to host intimate cooking demos at the ALNO Showroom in Design District and to offer exclusive benefits to potential buyers.

The first of these culinary demonstration sessions occurred this September. The event brought in potential buyers and commenced with a cocktail hour paired with welcome remarks from the Privé at Island Estates, ALNO and Zuma teams. The event progressed through the night with delightful dishes prepared in the state-of-the-art Privé model kitchen, which features Miele’s M Series kitchen collection, now on view at the ALNO Showroom, and ended with delicious desserts for the attendees.

Zuma Miami’s Head Chef Albert Diaz, whose cuisine has been praised widely across the world, cooked his way through the internationally acclaimed Japanese restaurant’s award-winning dishes, complete with a special sake tasting.

Privé® is located on an 8-acre private island set between Williams Island and Sunny Isles Beach. The twin iconic 16-story towers designed by renowned architects Sieger Suarez, will be comprised of a total of 160 ultra-luxury residences ranging in size from 2,585 square feet to more than 9,600 square feet for select penthouse units– the pinnacle of Miami luxury real estate.

Every Privé residence will feature private elevator entry, flow-through floor plans with 10-foot glass on both eastern and western exposures, full 10-foot-deep balconies, expansive east/west water views throughout, European kitchens and bathrooms, as well as outdoor summer kitchens. First-class, resort-style amenities and services include a 10,000-square-foot gym and spa in each tower, private dining and social rooms, poolside café, wine and cigar rooms, kids’ rooms, tennis court, two pools and Jacuzzis, marina, private pier,  jogging path, 24-hour gated entry and roving security, and full-time concierge.

 

About Zuma Miami

Located in the heart of downtown Miami, Zuma brings chef Rainer Becker’s internationally acclaimed style of modern Japanese cuisine to America as the brand’s first U.S. outpost. Already renowned in London, Hong Kong, Istanbul, Dubai and Bangkok, Zuma Miami offers a sophisticated cuisine philosophy of flavorsome, contemporary Japanese dishes in a fun and vibrant environment inspired by the informal Japanese dining style called izakaya. Co-founded by Rainer Becker and Arjun Waney in 2002, Zuma London — the first restaurant to open — remains the brand’s flagship. For more information, visit: http://www.zumarestaurant.com


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3 Comments on "Privé at Island Estates Announces Exclusive Partnership with Zuma"

  1. It used to be that every event like this, no matter how ‘intimate’ or ‘exclusive’, would have some sort of philanthropic component. even if it was just a token, or even outright bullshit, at least they cared enough to give the appearance of caring. We have crossed a line as a culture to where there is no longer any perceived connection between our wealth and good fortune, and the increasing desperation of those who are being left behind. Privé is only the newest, and probably not the worst. Still, I would be very curious to know what this developer has done to give back to the community that will never again know the relative bliss of seeing its landscape without that hideous hulk of a building sitting in the middle of it.

  2. This project is creating jobs and economy which otherwise South Florida would not have. People are working, getting paid, hundreds of jobs have, and will be created inside of this development for many many years to come in the future. What more can people ask for especially in a State which lacks middle income jobs? Giving back has trickled down to individuals once people start getting busy and get to work.

  3. Gregg L. Friedman MD | November 27, 2016 at 6:50 pm | Reply

    Interesting article. Thank you for publishing it. By Gregg L. Friedman MD

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