King David

Sunny Isles Beach
  • 17555 Atlantic blvd
    Sunny Isles Beach, FL 33160
  • $4,500 – $780,000
  • 1,000 – 1,500 sqft

Situated just steps away from the ocean, The King David stands as one of the latest additions to the vibrant landscape of Sunny Isles Condos. This exceptional residence offers a range of units featuring 2 and 3 bedrooms, each affording stunning views of the intracoastal waterway and glimpses of the ocean beyond. The unit sizes span from a comfortable 1,414 sq.ft. under air-conditioning to a spacious 1,938 sq.ft., comprising a total of 88 meticulously designed units.

Developed by the esteemed J Milton and Associates, known for their contributions to other prestigious Sunny Isles condos such as the Pinnacle, Sayan, St. Tropez, and Sands Pointe, The King David reflects their unwavering dedication to luxury and quality craftsmanship. Amenities at The King David are designed to elevate the living experience, including floor-to-ceiling windows and doors that allow natural light to flood the interiors while offering captivating views. European-style kitchen cabinets add an element of sophistication to the living spaces. Residents can unwind in style with a heated pool, spa, Jacuzzi, and access to serene massage rooms. The community caters to various aspects of modern living, from business needs with a well-equipped center to wellness pursuits with a state-of-the-art fitness center. The convenience of 24-hour valet parking, along with dedicated concierge and security services, ensures a seamless and secure living environment at all times.

For those interested in learning more or making inquiries about King David, they can reach out to the provided contact number: 305-778-6933.

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Sunny Isles Beach, located in Miami-Dade County, Florida, has a rich history dating back to the 1920s when it was envisioned as a tourist resort known as "Sunny Isles, the America Riviera." Over the decades, it evolved from a destination with unique motel