Source: Miami Herald
In a recent Miami Herald piece, Ugo Colombo explains why the designs of his projects are all about the details.
“The Italian-born developer oversees nearly every inch of his projects,” the article begins “from the intricate mosaics at the Collection, a luxury car dealership in Coral Gables, to the porthole-shaped windows that adorn Grovenor House, a 32-story condo tower with a nautical theme in Coconut Grove.”
Architect Luis Revuelta, who has worked with Ugo Colombo and CMC Group for 25 years says Ugo Colombo “…insisted on importing Venetian stucco, Italian kitchen fixtures and Azurelite glass,” for the famous Bristol Tower that was built in 1993.
Ugo Colombo is continue his hands-approach – and attention to detail – in his latest project, Brickell Flatiron. “’In order to really pay attention to what I’m doing, I need to work out a floor plan and personally look at what side each door swings and be happy with the column placement and how the whole building flows and functions,’” says Ugo.
Developer Alan Ojeda says Ugo Colombo “…invests so much time personally. We all pay attention to detail, but with Ugo it’s an exquisite attention to detail, a real passion.”
Read more about Ugo Colombo in this Miami Herald piece
Downtown Miami’s hottest neighborhood celebrates a true architectural icon. Brickell Flatiron is an urban oasis developed by Ugo Colombo and designed by Luis Revuelta. The tower of soaring glass, defined by sweeping exposures, enhances the skyline with persuasive curves. Renaissance-revival interiors contrast the powerful structure proposing a romantic allure.
Now you can explore all the beauty of Brickell Flatiron on the official Brickell Flatiron website. The extensive website includes a photo and video gallery, floor plans, information about various Brickell Flatiron amenities, a price list, and much more.
Learn more about Brickell Flatiron on the Brickell Flatiron website today!
The National YoungArts Foundation – and its corporate partner Brickell Flatiron – recently held a panel that discussed the importance and influence of art across various industries. Featured panelists included luxury Developer Ugo Colombo, Philanthropist Sarah Arison, Managing Director with Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management, Oti Roberts, and Senior FIU Fellow Cathy Leff. The discussion was moderated by art aficionado Kathryn Mikesell.
Left to right: Ugo Colombo, Cathy Leff, & Oti Roberts
The National YoungArts Foundation identifies and supports the next generation of artists in the visual, literary, design and performing arts; assists them at critical junctures in their educational and professional development; and raises appreciation for the arts in American society.
Ugo Colombo’s CMC Real Estate is developing Brickell Flatiron, at 1001 South Miami Avenue. Ugo Colombo filed a declaration of condominium for the project in November and CMC bought the property in October 2013. Brickell Flatiron will have 552 units and the building will include 40,000-sq ft of retail space, featuring restaurants, shopping, and a modern lobby, all designed by renowned artist, Julian Schnabel.
Read more about Ugo Colombo and this National YoungArts Foundation event