An impossibly posh haven off the coast of Miami; Fisher Island is as rich in lore as it is in luxury. As the story goes, William K. Vanderbilt II acquired the island from Karl Fisher – having traded his yacht,’Eagle’for the property. Vanderbilt built a mansion – maintained as a private residence until 1971 – and made the tony island his winter retreat. Today, the manse has been magnificently restored and serves as the heart of what is arguably the country’s most exclusive community.
Palazzo Del Sol, Fisher Island’s first residential project since 2007, pays elegant homage to old-world glamour by offering a bevy of upscale amenities fit for royalty – or Vanderbilts, as the case may be. Beginning with a spectacular lobby overlooking the Atlantic, the Mediterranean-revival also boasts concierge service, a butlerstaffed aperitivo bar, valet parking, private massage rooms, salon, children’s playroom, business and fitness centers. Outdoors, residents can enjoy the views from the pool, sip cocktails at the bar or stroll the Enzo Enea designed gardens. Read More