OKO, Cain Top Off Miami Tower

The 57-story Missoni Baia is on track for completion ahead of schedule later this year.

Missoni Baia. Image courtesy of OKO Group and Cain International

Missoni Baia tower, a luxury condominium from OKO Group and Cain International, has moved one step closer to completion with the topping off of construction. The 57-story, 649-foot-tall, Missoni-branded residential tower, situated at 777 NE 26th Terrace within Miami’s Edgewater enclave, is on track for completion ahead of schedule later this year.

The one- to five-bedroom residences at Missoni Baia tower extend in size from 776 to 3,788 square feet, and are priced from about $650,000 to more than $9 million. Each residence provides direct city or bay views, including panoramic perspectives on the Atlantic Ocean, Biscayne Bay, Downtown Miami and Miami Beach.

Features and finishes of the condominium homes include impact-resistant glass windows and sliding doors, floor-to-ceiling glazing, 10-foot ceilings, eight- to 10-foot deep terraces and marble-encased bathrooms with European-style lacquered cabinets. Five separate pools, including one of Olympic-size, are among the amenities offered.

Three months ago, the same two developers obtained a $128 million construction loan for Una Residences, a waterfront development in Miami’s South Brickell neighborhood.

New epicenter

The new Miami has quickly made Edgewater its new epicenter. It is located between the Venetian and Julia Tuttle Causeways, the two primary thoroughfares linking Miami to Miami Beach. In Edgewater, Missoni Baia residents will find themselves within blocks of luxury retail shops, high-end restaurants and acclaimed arts and culture destinations.

The building’s design and its sleek facade is by Asymptote Architecture’s Hani Rashid. The richly layered landscape design is by Enzo Enea of Enea Garden Design. Missoni Baia tower is Missoni’s first branded residential tower, and features the company’s trademark colorful design palette and Missoni Home furniture collection. Most of the tower’s 249 units have sold, with its $110 million in condo sales largely going to domestic purchasers either relocating to Miami or buying second homes. 

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