Onda Residences, site of the old MiMo apartment building, destroyed today


Onda Residences, an upscale luxury condominium developed by CMC Group and Morabito Properties, debuted today, as one of the few in-person real estate events that is finally starting to happen these days. The building, which includes 41 residences starting at $ 1.8 million per capita, sits on the former site of the Bay Harbor Continental, a MiMo residential building that was a Mid-Century style gem and which the Conservatives have taken over. beaten, unsuccessfully, to preserve.

Photo via Miami Design Preservation League

This is how the inauguration invitation describes Onda: “Onda – also known as the Italian ‘wave’ – was architecturally designed by Bernardo Fort-Brescia of Arquitectonica, with interiors imagined by the creative minds Carlo and Paolo Colombo from A ++ Sustainable human architecture and lush landscaping by award-winning landscape architect Enzo Enea d’Enea Garden Design. The 8-story boutique waterfront development will feature over 300 linear feet of bay frontage, a private marina, and stunning views of Biscayne Bay and the Atlantic Ocean. Construction is expected to be completed in 2023. Over 60% of Onda’s 41 luxury residences have already been pre-sold, with the majority of its buyers from the United States, with prices ranging from $ 1.8 million. to over $ 9.5 million.

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