The future looks bright for the Miami luxury real estate
market despite the economic decline in the US due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The
Brickell Flatiron, the latest project by luxury real estate developer Ugo
Colombo, had $31.62 million in real estate sales since
March. In fact, since the opening of this building, 98 percent of the units
have been sold. However, there is one beauty that since remains unclaimed at
the Brickell Flatiron and it can be found on the 62nd floor.
The last remaining penthouse at the Brickell Flatiron is
on the market for $9 million. This unit is a two-story, 4,663-square-foot
beauty. It comes fully furnished with four bedrooms and five and a half
bathrooms. The penthouse features terraces that extended from each exterior
room and gorgeous, vast views of Biscayne Bay and downtown Miami. Created by Spanish
architect Alexis Cogul Lleonart, this penthouse was beautifully designed to
compliment the gorgeous views this unit offers. With vibrant color choices,
contrasting materials, and fluid lines, this unique design is sure to capture
the attention of all who enter.
Learn more about Italian-born real estate developer Ugo Colombo, CMC Group President.
much money one spends on a home, they may want to design it in a way that makes
it stand out. Some might paint their front door a fun color or plant an
exquisite garden that captures the attention of anyone who passes by, but there
is a new, bold design element that people are starting to use in Miami, and
that is abstract art. More and more people are starting to incorporate abstract
pieces of art inside and outside of their Miami homes, and we are exploring why
Miami is home to one of the most distinguished art festivals, Art Basel, that brings in artists from all over the world. This art festival has a dramatic effect on the culture of the city, and it can be seen in the luxury real estate market. The showcased abstract art that is appearing outside of more and more luxury homes gives potential buyers even more reason to purchase real estate in the area. These fantastic pieces not only look amazing outside of the home, they also are a benefit to the real estate owner in that they add so much more value to it. When perspective buyers are touring the homes, they can even see art inside hanging on the walls to get a feel of how to showcase their own art in the home once purchased.
Ugo Colombo, CMC Group President knew of the importance of art in the Miami community when designing the Brickell Flatiron with Luis Revuelta. The curved lines of the interior and exterior of the building create movement that draws your eye across the space. The design choices made by Ugo and Luis have created a sense of warmth and welcoming to those who now reside there.
strategy that real estate companies have taken to with much success is holding
art shows inside of the homes that are for sale. This turns out to be a much
different spin on the traditional open house and it brings in people who may
not even be looking for a home as perspective buyers. Having the art in the
home makes the visit more memorable and allows them to experience the house on
a more enhanced level. Miami is one of the biggest cities in the country for
art, and where there is art, there are collectors who need a place to put their