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The New Palazzo Della Luna Adds Even More Wow Factor to Fisher Island

By Anetta Nowosielska | January 27, 2020 | Home & Real Estate

Three new turnkey residences at Palazzo Della Luna add yet more appeal to Fisher Island’s one-percent lure.

8_Private_Pool_and_Terrace.jpgThe private pool and terrace of Palazzo Della Luna’s 6811 residence

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.

1_Living_Room_Sunrise.jpgThe living room at sunrise of Palazzo Della Luna’s 6853 C West residence

3_Dining_Room.jpgThe dining room of Palazzo Della Luna’s 6852 B West residence

“The design of Palazzo Della Luna embraces the tranquil and natural environment of Fisher Island, creating a lifestyle experience that emphasizes refined living,” says Winston Kong, partner at Champalimaud Design. This approach carries through two model units by the team behind such notable properties as The Waldorf Astoria and The Beverly Hills Hotel (to name a few). Champalimaud’s refined intention is on full display in units 6852 B West ($9 million) and 6853 C West ($10 million), where the common themes include contemporary accents, rich colors, textures and abstract patterns. The B model features three bedrooms, 3 ½ baths and a bright and airy design scheme with warm and casual materials designed to maximize views. The C model introduces a quiet opulence that flows throughout the expansive four-bedroom, 4 ½-bath home. Standout elements include impressive built-outs in the form of a reception parlor, private study and breakfast banquette spaces, bold colored and contemporary furniture, original artworks and ornate cove ceilings.

12_Master_Bedroom_Her_Closet.jpgThe “her” closet in the master suite of Palazzo Della Luna’s 6853 C West residence

7_Guest_Bedroom_3.jpgA work area in a guest bedroom of Palazzo Della Luna’s 6811 residence

Even more enchanting is the estate-style ground-floor model 6811 residence ($14.5 million), the vision of Augusto Busnelli, a tastemaker known for a signature rich and sleek style that showcases fine European finishes, wall coverings, furniture and exceptional works of art. The unique 4,231-square-foot lanai residence is an ideal choice for families thanks to its own private pool and terrace, a guest bedroom outfitted for children of any age and soaring 13-foot ceilings. Island living just met its match. 305.535.6071

5_Master_Bedroom.jpgThe master bedroom of Palazzo Della Luna’s 6852 C West residence

Photography by: Photos courtesy of Palazzo Della Luna