Following up on the success of the groundbreaking of Mission Baia last year, Miami-based development firm OKO Group is set to bring their second masterpiece to Miami: Una. At 47-stories, the super-tall tower will be a marvel in and of itself, with a sculptured façade featuring clear modern lines and ribbon-like curves inspired by the sinuous teak decking on the iconic Riva yacht. The expansive terraces will take full advantage of the rare waterfront site, the first available on the market in decades, offering 180-degree sweeping vistas of Key Biscayne to the East, Downtown and Miami Beach to the North, Coconut Grove to the South, and views of Coral Gables and beyond to the West. “The tower will offer striking style, intimacy, exclusivity and a superior range of first-class amenities that celebrates the joie de vivre of Miami,” says Vladislav Doronin, Chairman & CEO of OKO Group. “Destined to become the new landmark of the Brickell skyline, Una, thanks to its internationally-renowned design team, will further define Miami as one of the world’s leading destinations for elegant living and sophisticated design.”; UnaResidences.com.
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