Villa Valencia in Architect Magazine

December 12, 2019.


Villa Valencia was recently featured in Architect Magazine projects section.

Real estate development firm, Location Ventures, and Hamed Rodriguez Architects, designed Villa Valencia to frame a wellness-oriented residential condominium with world-class services, cutting-edge technology, sophisticated design and a passion for nature. The building will integrate Delos pioneering DARWIN Home Wellness Intelligence Network within all 39 condominiums, procured and installed by HEDsouth, premier technology integration and automation company brought on by Location Ventures. The development is the first U.S. condominium to debut the DARWIN wellness technology.

Located on the private side of Coral Gables at 515 Valencia Avenue, the building’s estate-sized residences will range from three to six bedrooms ranging from 2,616 – 6,263 square feet and start at $1.65 million, with finishes selected to bring contemporary style and timeless craftsmanship into perfect harmony. The development will rise 13 stories and feature open floor plans with 10-foot ceilings, 10-foot exterior sliding doors, 8-foot European wood interior doors, impact-glass door and window systems and more, with views of the city and golf course. This first-of-its-kind project in the area is anticipated to be move-in ready by summer 2021.

Situated on the private side of Coral Gables, Villa Valencia features thirty-nine luxury condominium residences that offer a rich city lifestyle with the privacy of the boutique living. The residences at Villa Valencia, each with at least one corner exposure, rise to 13 stories, crowned with two lower penthouse levels and one grand penthouse in the sky.

A sense of place. An air of history. A feeling of belonging. No other residential experience in South Florida provides all of this quite like Villa Valencia. In the heart of Coral Gables – a deeply rooted community of exceptional beauty and wonderful people – a unique lifestyle offering is taking shape.

Read more from the Architect Magazine article here.