10 Jul

Italian-Influenced Architecture is Introduced to Miami

Downtown Miami is known for being fun, vibrant, and full of life. However, nearly 30 years ago, downtown Miami was not the youthful and luxurious place we now know and love. It all started with a vision by real estate developer Ugo Colombo to invest in this “blank canvas” when he began the process of creating an entirely new environment. Today, we see more than 150 skyscrapers in downtown Miami and the city’s growth continues.

The Brickell Flatiron

Ugo Colombo and designer Luis Revuelta plan to have the new Brickell Flatiron building completed this summer. Great time and effort have been put into every detail of this luxurious building and they are not about to rush perfection. It is located at the heart of the city so that those who live in the building can step out their door and right into the action of the city. It will have first-class amenities, beautiful imported finishes, and functional living areas.

Beautiful Imported Finishes

Ugo Colombo personally hand-picked all the finishes in the Brickell Flatiron. These finishes include Italian marble, Venetian stucco, and the highest quality glass that exists on the market. When you walk into the Brickell Flatiron, you will feel the luxury and elegance of Italy without leaving Miami.

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