Since this dynamic partnership began in 1988, Ugo Colombo and Luis Revuelta have been unstoppable in the world of Miami real estate. Their first buildings, the Bristol Tower and the Santa Maria, were completed in the early 1990s. Since then, they have helped shape Miami’s skyline and continue on their journey today with their latest project coming to completion this summer. They focus on the influence of Italian culture in their buildings, but that does not mean all of their projects are alike. They adapt to the demands of the market at the time, and are always inspired by the ability to create a functional space that the inhabitants love to live in.
Design with Luxury in Mind
Ugo Colombo starts from the inside when planning a building. His main goal is to create a space that is enjoyable. His attention to detail and hands-on management produce a space that ensures functionality. Luis Revuelta likes to see movement in the design to create a “kinetic feel.” Unlike the stable, concrete structure on the exterior, his interior design creates flow and motion from one space to the next. With both of these masterminds working together, Miami has become a beautiful destination that locals and tourists love spending time in.
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.
The Miami-Dade County real estate market continues to grow at a rapid pace. Billions of dollars are being put towards the development of residential communities and commercial buildings that are outline the Miami skyline. In fact, Miami-Dade County is considered one of the hottest markets in the country right now and the demand for quality developers is high.
Exciting Real Estate Projects
Real estate projects are coming to completion and new developers are breaking ground every day. Urban planning has been a driving force in many of Miami’s latest buildings. Sitting high on the list is the push towards the improvement of public transportation to help reduce the amount of congestion caused by vehicles. Exciting projects include the Miami River Walk, Pier 19 Residences & Marina, and the Underline.
CMC Group’s Contribution
A significant contribution to Miami comes from developer Ugo Colombo’s premier luxury real estate company, CMC Group. Their latest project, Brickell Flatiron, stands to be one of the tallest luxury condominium towers south of the Big Apple and is projected to be completed this summer. Giving residents of Miami-Dade County the option to walk out of their condo to shops, restaurants, parks and even work without stepping inside their car is a goal that fuels Colombo’s projects, along with luxury living.
Miami has become a cultural hub and has what it takes to attract both domestic and foreign buyers. The lifestyle in Miami is often compared to that of New York City, but anyone who lives there can attest to its unique environment and lifestyle. If one thing is for sure, the future of Miami-Dade County is promising for both developers and residents.
Miami is one of the best cities to live, work and play in. The city offers promising tax advantages, a lifestyle like no other, beautiful weather, beaches and so much more. For developers, the market is promising. Location is key to a successful project and Miami offers just that.
Miami Real Estate
The younger generations are influencing the urbanization of cities like Miami, L.A., and New York. Living downtown is perfect for millennials who do not have vehicles and prefer using rideshare apps or walking to their destination. For those moving to Miami, they get the best of both worlds between the Miami lifestyle and the convenience of living in a city. Residencies are filling up in downtown projects quicker than they can build new ones.
Ugo on Luxury Living
According to Ugo Colombo, luxury is subjective and doesn’t necessarily have to translate to expensive. Luxury should bring comfort to a person and that can mean many different things in terms of style and design. His dream home is located in Miami, his favorite part about it is the view. It’s the original Carl Fisher estate and when making it his own, he kept it simple. He worked with an Italian architect to preserve the colonial style, but also modernize it.
Ugo Colombo is the developer behind Miami’s latest luxury condominium project, Brickell Flatiron. The 64-story luxury condominium tower is one of the tallest south of the Big Apple.
Ugo Colombo, President of CMC Group, is nearing completion of his latest development project, the Brickell Flatiron. This project broke ground in early 2017 and is on time to be completed by this summer. Once finished, Brickell Flatiron will stand 736 feet tall or 64 stories high and will feature 549 luxury living units. Residents of Brickell Flatiron will have a 360-degree view of Biscayne Bay and Downtown Miami at the rooftop level.
Brickell Flatiron will break records as the second tallest condominium building that is located south of New York City. Colombo’s inspiration behind this project was to bring the Manhattan lifestyle to Miami. Residents will be able to walk to shops, restaurants and public transit, so everything you would need is just within reach. The location of the building could not be more perfect at 1001 South Miami Avenue, just blocks away from the bustling Brickell Avenue.
Colombo’s exquisite eye for detail and luxury are obvious in every aspect of design, including, the cabinets, faucets and fixtures which were hand-picked and imported from Italy. Exclusivity and luxury were of utmost importance when the design of Brickell Flatiron was in the works to ensure a memorable experience for all residents that will stand the test of time.
Learn more about Italian-born real estate developer Ugo Colombo, President of CMC Group.
Exquisitely representing the Italian heritage of racing and craftsmanship is the 2019 Alfa Romeo Giulia. Not only does it take driving to a whole new level, but it is clear the luxury sports sedan was designed with the driver in mind. Together the power, handling, and efficiency of the Giulia delivers an unrecognizable driving experience, one only dreamt about.
Now that we have talked the talk about the Giulia, let’s check out the numbers. The all aluminum 2.0 L turbocharged 4-cylinder engine houses 280 horsepower and 306 pound-feet of torque. On the road, the luxury sport sedan hits a top speed of 149 mph and goes from 0 to 60 mph in 5.1 seconds.
The Driver First Design
With a near perfect 50/50 weight distribution thanks to the carbon fiber driveshaft, no handling or performance is sacrificed, providing the perfect driving experience time and time again. Blind spot monitoring, Alfa DNA drive mode selector, aluminum paddle shifters and so much more all add up to a driving experience like no other.
You can come see the 2019 Alfa Romeo Giulia for yourself at Ugo Colombo’s THE COLLECTION.