New plans for Missoni Baia adds more than 100 units to the building
The company 700 Edgewater Development LLC tied to developer Vlad Doronin, owner of the Miami-based development company OKO Group, filed new plans for the Missoni Baia, the project at 777 NE 26th Terrace in East Edgewater.
The formal request includes some design modifications as well as changes in the units, modifying the initial plan to build a 146-unit tower with about 771,000 square feet to 249 units with 838,000 square feet. The parking spaces also changed from 323 to 399 parking spaces. “Shifting market conditions and an increase in demand for smaller units,” was the reason for the request.
Missoni’s new fifty-seven story waterfront tower is on pace to be completed in the fall of 2020, and units are selling fast. The building, designed by Asymptote Architecture, is soon to become an attractive and easily recognizable feature of the Miami skyline.
The condominiums showcase modern, elegant design. Residents will have the chance to live in apartments adorned with Missoni Home furniture and decorations. Each unit provides stunning views of downtown Miami, the bay, Miami Beach, or the Atlantic Ocean.
The new building will include amenities such as a lounge with a pool overlooking the bay, a media room, and a private dining and party room for residents. Children would be able to play in the indoor playroom or the outdoor pool area with children’s water features, and health-conscious residents will appreciate the gym overlooking the bay, as well as the Olympic-sized lap pool and tennis court.
All of these public spaces and amenities will showcase Missoni’s signature bold and colorful design. These areas will be furnished with the Missoni Home furniture collection and decorated with Missoni’s vibrant fabrics and artwork.
Buyers from across the US and beyond the hemisphere are purchasing new homes in the condominium tower. Missoni Baia will contain 249 units ranging from 776-square-foot one-bedrooms to a $25 million 9,000-square-foot penthouse with a 4,000-square-foot terrace.