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Ugo Colombo’s Miami Real Estate

Ugo Colombo has been busy advancing his real estate development efforts throughout Miami. Recently, Ugo Colombo’s CMC Group, along with Valerio Morabito, bought the Bay Harbor Continental site. Though a decision has not been announced on what development to this coastal site will entail, it was previously approved for a seven-story upscale condominium tower by its former owner. Prior to this project, Ugo Colombo and Valerio Morabito worked to develop a building known as Beach House 8 in Mid-Beach. This condominium tower stands ten floors tall and was completed in 2014.

An exciting update on one of the CMC Group’s other projects is at the Miami’s Brickell Flatiron Residential Tower. The grandeur of this building is stunning, with 64 floors of elegance that will be one of the United States’ tallest residential towers. The collection of penthouses on floors 50 through 64 will provide residents a top-tier experience, from exquisite furniture, to lofty ceilings and unreal views–and there are still units available.

In addition to spectacular real estate development, Ugo Colombo owns The Collection, Miami’s premier luxury car dealership. It was recently announced that The Collection would be expanding their product offerings to include Land Rover, located nearby the original location in a deal negotiated by Ugo Colombo and the CMC Group. Ugo Colombo remains a prominent figure in Miami through his impact on the Miami skyline over the years. With no end in sight, residents of Miami and Coral Gables look forward to seeing more of the luxurious side Ugo Colombo has been able to bring out of Miami.

Ugo Colombo’s Brickell Flatiron Retail/Restaurant Space Under Contract

Part of Ugo Colombo‘s under-construction Brickell Flatiron building located at 1001 South Miami Avenue in Miami includes 24,800 square feet of retail and/or restaurant space on the ground floor.  The rest of the building will house 549 condo units, and construction is expected to be completed by 2019.

The retail/restaurant space is now under contract for $22.5 million by Elysee Investments, a firm which owns and manages a portfolio of commercial properties in both
New York and South Florida.  The space includes high ceilings and will be attractive to some of the best restaurants in the world.

The Brickell area is seeing an infusion of new shops and restaurants, between the Brickell Flatiron space, Brickell City Centre, and other properties. Ocean Drive magazine says that “Brickell is now, unequivocally, the center of Miami. It is the heart of the city’s financial, residential, and soon, commercial, universe.”

Ugo Colombo’s Brickell Flatiron RetailRestaurant Space Under Contract

Read more at http://therealdeal.com/miami/2016/08/16/ugo-colombos-brickell-flatiron-retailrestaurant-space-under-contract-for-22-5m/

Miami’s Condo Market is Booming with Ugo Colombo

Brickell Flatiron Rooftop Ugo Colombo

The condo market in Miami is flourishing, the projections for new condo units being built has skyrocketed with 1,825 units expected to be completed in 2015 compared to the 33 units completed in 2013.  As with anything, this means that the prices are increasing.  It is estimated that units currently under construction cost about $500 a square foot, but projects that haven’t started yet, are averaging $600-$650 a square foot.  This is especially true for sites on the waterfront because the spaces are all filling up.  Most of these projects are luxury condo towers rather than office spaces or lower cost condos.

An important piece of this rise in the condo market is real estate developer Ugo Colombo.  Most recently, Ugo Colombo is in the process of proposing the building of a second Brickell tower on Brickell Ave, very close to another one of his projects, the Brickell Flatiron.  This second Brickell tower is expected to be extremely luxurious as with all the other buildings Mr. Colombo has undertaken.  The Brickell Flatiron will have over 500 condo units at 700 feet tall.  Some other projects that Mr. Colombo has developed are the Grovenor House in the Coconut Grove community in Miami as well as Bristol Tower and the Santa Maria on Brickell Avenue.  It will be interesting to see what comes of the second Brickell tower.  Shown above is a rendering of the Brickell Flatiron rooftop.

Ugo Colombo and Miami’s Skyscrapers

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Miami’s skyline continues to increase in size, but none are able to claim the title of Miami’s tallest from the Four Seasons Tower at 789 feet.  According to Miami’s Council of Tall Buildings, the city needs a very tall building, which they defined as over 984 feet.  There are a few proposed buildings that will beat the Four Seasons and some that will reach 984, but none have been accepted yet.  The Federal Aviation Administration has been shutting down proposals for safety concerns so this is a major obstacle for real estate developers.  The Panorama Tower is currently under construction and is planned to reach 830 feet, while there are a couple of plans for buildings that will surpass 1,000 feet.

Ugo Colombo is behind one of the proposals for a 70 story luxury condo tower on Brickell Avenue.  It will be the second Brickell Tower to complement the Brickell Flatiron tower (shown above among other buildings).  It is possible that this tower will be taller than Mr. Colombo’s Brickell Flatiron tower, which will stand at 700 feet.  Some of Ugo Colombo’s other projects are in the top 30 of Miami’s tallest buildings.  This includes the EPIC tower completed in 2008, which stands at 500 feet.  One of Ugo Colombo’s older buildings, the Santa Maria stands at 520 feet.  It is likely that in the future, developers in Miami will attempt to make taller and taller skyscrapers, but locations are scare in the popular areas.

The Brickell Flatiron

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Plans are being developed for a luxury condominium tower in the Brickell neighborhood at 1001 S. Miami Avenue by Ugo Colombo and Russian billionaire Vladislav Doronin.  The tower is named the Brickell Flatiron and was designed by Architect Luis Revuelta.  It will stand at 710-feet tall or 64 stories.  This will include 40,000 square feet of retail space and 549 residential units.  Furthermore, the building will have floor-to-ceiling glass exteriors throughout and the condo units will have 11-foot deep elliptical balconies.  The average condo unit size is 1,200 square feet with prices starting at about $400,000.

The Brickell Flatiron tower is planned to have two swimming pools (one on the roof), a spa, fitness center, 24 hour security and valet.  In addition, the tower will have a business center with conference rooms, game room, movie theater, recreation rooms and more.  The building will boast high-speed elevators with a ground floor featuring restaurants and retail boutiques.  It is positioned less than a half a mile from the Brickell City Centre, which is a new luxury mall that is being constructed with an expected competition date of late 2015.  The Brickell Flatiron tower is expected to break ground by the end of 2014.

The Brickell Flatiron: Cool Iconic Glamour for a Hot Location

Ugo Colombo - Brickell Flatiron Concept

In the Miami Herald, a recent article describes plans for the development of a new high-end condominium in Miami. Ugo Colombo is partnering with developer Vladislav Doronin of Capital Group for his latest architectural project, a 65 story luxury residential and commercial structure at Brickell Plaza and South Miami Avenue.

As the name suggests, the Brickell Flatiron will resemble, in its tall triangular shape, the iconic Flatiron building of New York. The Brickell Flatiron will stand apart with a design emphasis of fluid lines and rounded corners, striking the Miami skyline with an air of elegant prominence.

The building is set to house 552 condos and 40.000 square feet for retail development, including a restaurant and upscale shops. A spa and rooftop swimming pool will be available and plans for penthouse units are still in the works. Condos will average 1,200 square feet and will be designed with floor-to-ceiling glass exteriors and elliptical balconies, many of which will overlook the plaza.

Plans include a second building to be developed in the future.

For the full Miami Herald article, click here:

http://www.miamiherald.com/2014/04/21/4072298/colombo-teams-with-russian-developer.html.