Departments — 14 January 2022
Onda brings new ‘wave’ to Bay Harbor Islands

By Robyn A. Friedman

City & Shore Magazine

Veteran Miami developers Ugo Colombo, of CMC Group, and Valerio Morabito, of Morabito Properties, have broken ground on Onda Residences, a new boutique luxury condominium in Bay Harbor Islands, a town in Miami-Dade County. Designed by renowned architect Bernardo Fort-Brescia of Arquitectonica, the eight-story waterfront development, now under construction at 1135 103rd St., will have 41 two- to four-bedroom residences ranging from 1,809 to 3,535 square feet, with four penthouse units measuring up to 5,073 square feet. Two of the penthouses will have private rooftop pool decks. “Onda” means “wave” in Italian.

All residences will have an office/den, private or semi-private elevators, tiled terraces with private gardens, open floor plans, Snaidero kitchens with Miele appliances, bathrooms with Italian marble and wood cabinetry, Italian flooring throughout and floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors and windows. Building amenities include a rooftop pool deck and lounge area, a fitness center with yoga studio, a spa with massage treatment rooms, electric-vehicle charging stations and a digital concierge. There is also a private marina with boat slips ranging from 35 to 60 linear feet, 70 percent of which are already sold to future residents.

Construction is expected to be completed in 2023. Prices for available units – over 60 percent of which have been pre-sold – range from $1.8 million to over $9.5 million.

For information, call 305-344-1234 or visit ondaresidences.com.

PHOTO: Courtesy.

 

Related Articles

Share

About Author

city and shore

(0) Readers Comments

Comments are closed.