The National YoungArts Foundation and its corporate partner Brickell Flatiron held a panel covering the influence of art across industries.
Panelists included developer Ugo Colombo and Oti Roberts, managing director with Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management.
Ugo Colombo’s CMC Real Estate is developing Brickell Flatiron, at 1001 South Miami Avenue. The developer filed a declaration of condominium for the project in November. CMC bought the property in October 2013 for $21 million, according to Miami-Dade property records. Flatiron will have 552 units. Sales for the 60-story residential tower launched in April 2014.
In May, Colombo listed 830 Brickell, which was the planned site for Brickell Flatiron II. CBRE is the listing agent. — Katherine Kallergis and Sean Stewart-Muniz