In a recent New York Post article, titled “5 real estate tastemakers ruling the East Coast,” Ugo Colombo is mentioned by Valerio Morabito, one of these “tastemakers,” as part of his dream team.
Mr. Morabito explains that his dream team is a group of investors that he immediately calls when he sees a great opportunity. The most recent project that Ugo Colombo and Mr. Morabito have collaborated on is Miami’s Beach House 8. The concept of Beach House 8 is eight houses that have been stacked on top of each other. Each residence is essentially one floor (except the penthouse, which is two floors) with four bedrooms and four bathrooms. Some of the other features for each residence include marble counter tops (kitchen and bathrooms), floor-to-ceiling windows, and they are pre-wired for telephones, cable TV, satellite video and high-speed internet. Another interesting feature is that each residence is equipped with a home automation system that gives the owner the ability to control audio (speakers in every room), video, HVAC and lighting for their residence. The building itself has fantastic amenities such as underground parking, concierge services, a fitness center, a 75′ pool with jacuzzi and a pool-side cabana for each residence.
Some of Ugo Colombo’s other recent work includes the EPIC Residences and Hotel and the Grovenor House. EPIC is a 54-floor luxury condominium and hotel that contains 342 luxury condominium units and a 411-room hotel. EPIC is located where the Biscayne Bay meets the Miami River in downtown Miami. The Grovenor House is 32-floor luxury condominium building with 166 units located in Miami’s Coconut Grove community.
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