Revealed: Rendering of Missoni Baia tower in Edgewater

649-foot Missoni Baia tower is the first residential development for the Italian fashion house

Apr.April 11, 2016 02:15 PM

Rendering of Missoni Baia in Edgewater (click to enlarge)

OKO Group released a new rendering of its 57-story, Missoni-branded luxury condominium in Edgewater on Monday.

The 649-foot Missoni Baia tower, at 700 Northeast 26th Terrace, is the first residential development for the Italian fashion house. Missoni’s home collection and signature design palettes will be used throughout the building’s public spaces and amenities. Asymptote Architecture and Revuelta Architecture will design the 146-unit building along with landscaping by Swiss architect Enzo Enea and interiors by Paris Forino Design.

OKO is led by founder, chairman and CEO Vladislav Doronin.

Residences will have anywhere from two to four bedrooms, each with private terraces overlooking Biscayne Bay and two parking spaces. Amenities will include a flow-through deck with cabanas, an Olympic-sized lap pool, hot and cold plunge pools, a children’s pool and tennis courts. Residents will also have access to an infinity-edge pool on the development’s bayfront terrace, a gym, saunas and spa treatment rooms.

Cervera Real Estate, the project’s exclusive sales and marketing firm, will launch sales this spring, a spokesperson previously told The Real Deal. Pricing has not yet been announced.

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