Ben Moss recently wrote an article exploring lavish high rises developed by Ugo Colombo for The News Funnel and he explores some reasons why Ugo Colombo is regarded by many as the premier residential developer in South Florida.
Ugo Colombo “has built a total of four luxury buildings in Miami including Bristol Tower, Santa Maria, Grovenor House and Epic,” begins Moss. “The resale value of condos in his buildings is among the highest in the submarkets in which those buildings are located.”
Moss goes on to explore three of the best available penthouses for sale among Ugo Colomob’s projects including:
2627 S Bayshore Drive, Penthouse 3002
1643 Brickell Avenue, Unit 4302
2127 Brickell Ave #2401-2
Read more about these condos developed by Ugo Colombo at http://www.thenewsfunnel.com/exclusive-content/blog/lavish-high-rises-ugo-colombo
Developer Ugo Colombo – and Rafael Gill, publisher of Miami’s new gentleman’s quarterly, Toys for Boys – recently held a bash at Brickell Flatiron sales & design gallery to celebrate Ugo Colombo’s latest masterpiece.
Guests mixed and mingled over Moet Imperial Mini’s, Hennessy VSOP Privilege cocktails, tasty truffle infused passed hors d’oeuvres and the latest designs from master swiss time piece maker, Hublot.
Rick de la Croix, Ugo Colombo, & Rafael Gill
Hublot Executive, Rick De La Croix, and Moet Marketing director, Donae Burston, were on hand admiring the 64-story glass façade building model while Miami taste makers including Del Toro founder Matthew Chevallard, Toys for Boys creative director, Camilo Rios, and Casa Tua owner, Miky Grendene, toured the gallery space designed by artist Julian Schnabel which features his original works.
See all the photos from Ugo Colombo’s Brickell Flatiron Bash
The CMC Group is in the final stages of preparation to begin construction on their long-anticipated Brickell Flatiron building in downtown Miami.
The developer filed a 25-page Declaration of Condominium for the project in November, with maintenance fees coming in at just above 70-cents per square foot. A permit to remove and relocate old growth trees has been approved by the city, and the popular bar and eatery Baru Urbano served its’ last patrons earlier this year. A parking lot that still functions on the Flatirons land will close at the end of the week, and demolition and construction will begin soon after.
The CMC Group bought the land in October of 2013 for $21 million, and the project’s completion date is currently expected to be 2017.
Read more at http://www.cmcgroupmiami.com/site/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/1_7_15-The-Next-Miami-CMC-Preparing-To-Break-Ground-On-65-Story-Brickell-Flatiron.pdf