Sales have launched at La Baia, Bay Harbor Islands, the latest project from visionary New York developer Ian Bruce Eichner. He is credited with placing Miami Beach’s prestigious South of Fifth neighborhood on the map with the arrival of the Continuum South Beach – one of Miami’s most desirable addresses. Ian Bruce Eichner’s newest boutique bayfront condominium, complete with its own private marina is located in Miami’s exclusive Bay Harbor Islands.
Award-winning Miami firm Revuelta Architecture created La Baia’s exterior, and landscape architect Enzo Enea designed the property’s rooftop amenity deck and lush greenery. Suffolk Construction, one of the nation’s most successful builders, has been selected as the project’s general contractor.
Set along 9201 East Bay Harbor Drive, La Baia will be located on one of the last large-scale land parcels remaining on Bay Harbor Islands. The bayfront condominium’s forward-thinking aesthetic is inspired by both the cove-like setting and waterfront location on the small pair of islands. The eight-story structure will feature 68 luxurious residences with 20-boat slips and more than 30,000 sq. ft. of resort-style amenities. Priced from $810,000, sales are being exclusively handled by Pgutman LLC and headed by Phil Gutman.
Ranging from one- to four bedrooms and spanning between 1,100 to 2,500 square feet, each residence at La Baia, Bay Harbor Islands will be offered completely finished and ready to be designed, decorated and furnished. Every home will boast fixtures and finishes curated by New York-based Durukan Design. There will be spacious his-and-her walk-in closets, balconies with glass railings and a pair of secure underground parking spots for each owner. The kitchens will be outfitted with custom Italian cabinetry by Snaidero, Miele appliances, quartz stone countertops, and Hansgrohe fixtures. Every La Baia, Bay Harbor Islands primary bathroom and powder room will have marble flooring and dual rainfall showers.
Private yet accessible, The Bay Harbor Islands feature beautiful neighborhoods, elegant dining, retail and culinary hot-spots, as well as some of Miami’s famous cultural hubs such as Wynwood, South Beach, Aventura and the Design Distr. The Islands’ Broad Bay Harbor K-8 Center is rated among the best schools in the region, while Miami International Airport is just a short drive away.
La Baia, Bay Harbor Islands is slated for project completion and delivery in November 2023.