Vertical construction in progress at Onda Residences in Miami: CEG

The 8-story development is on track to complete construction in December, with delivery scheduled for fall 2023. (CMC Group/Morabito Properties photo)

As demand for Miami real estate continues to rise with thousands of new residents moving to Florida every day, Bay Harbor Islands’ newest luxury condominium is on the rise and up.

Vertical construction is well underway at Arquitectonica-designed Onda Residences, a 41-unit waterfront condominium being developed along Biscayne Bay at 1135 103rd Street in Miami’s exclusive Bay Harbor Islands community .

The 8-story development is on track to complete construction in December, with delivery scheduled for fall 2023.

Onda benefits from the background and expertise of Ugo Colombo of CMC Group and Valerio Morabito of Morabito Properties, two world-class developers driven by their Italian instinct for quality, style and craftsmanship.

Coastal Construction is the general contractor for the development.

“Once complete, Onda will be a retreat in one of Miami’s most desirable neighborhoods,” said promoter Ugo Colombo, founder of CMC Group.

“The building’s boutique lifestyle, idyllic bayside location and timeless design will make it a standout property for years to come,” added developer Valerio Morabito, CEO of Morabito Properties.

The residences include immaculately finished units ranging from two to four bedrooms plus den layouts, measuring between 1,809 and 3,535 square feet. Four penthouse residences measure up to 5,073 square feet – two of which include private rooftop pool decks. With only a limited selection of residences remaining for sale, the building’s available inventory costs between $5 million and $8.5 million.

Onda – also known as “the wave” in Italian – was designed by Bernardo Fort-Brescia of Arquitectonica, with interiors envisioned by creative design masterminds Carlo and Paolo Colombo of A++ Human Sustainable Architecture, and a Lush landscaping by award-winning landscape architect Enzo Enea of ​​Enea Garden Design.

Onda’s prime location in the Bay Harbor Islands offers over 300 linear feet of bay frontage and breathtaking views of Biscayne Bay and the Atlantic Ocean. Among Onda’s most popular features is its private marina with 15 boat ramps, ranging from 35 to 50 linear feet, which are available for purchase only to residents. The development will also include a water sports launch dock with kayaks, paddle boards and inflatables available, providing direct ocean access via Miami’s Haulover entrance.

Building facilities will include a rooftop pool deck and lounge area; a fitness center with Technogym equipment, a yoga studio, a spa with massage rooms, locker rooms, steam rooms, and saunas. Onda will also offer personalized services, security and technology, as well as a reception, covered valet drop-off area, personal parking spaces, electric vehicle charging stations and bicycle storage, as well as a residential storage space.

The building will offer an integrated digital concierge as well as easily accessible Wi-Fi in all public areas and FTTH (fiber to the home) technology for voice, video and high-speed internet.

Colombo and Morabito previously partnered in 2016 to spearhead the development of Beach House 8, a nearby beachfront boutique building on Collins Avenue in Miami Beach. Most recently, Colombo and his company CMC Group delivered Brickell Flatiron, a 64-story luxury tower in Downtown Miami’s Brickell Financial District. Morabito is also currently developing Wyncatcher, a mixed-use office development in Miami’s Wynwood Arts District.

Fortune Development Sales manages sales and marketing for Onda Residences.

For more information, visit www.ondaresidences.com, www.CMCGroupMiami.com and www.MorabitoProperties.com.

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