Russian real estate magnate and property developer, Vladislav Doronin, of OKO Group, the developers behind Edgewater’s Missoni Baia, has released redesigned their floorplans that they tailored based off of buyer feedback. After tapping Fortune International Group in the spring (2017) to take over sales of Missoni Baia following a successful pre-sales campaign, the Missoni Baia sales team has been busy hosting events in the Hamptons and south of the border in Colombia, Chile, and Argentina while they gear up for a September groundbreaking. The project is the first to be branded by 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 project, along with landscaping by Swiss architect Enzo Enea and interiors by Paris Forino Design.
“Domestic and foreign buyers looking to purchase second or third homes in Miami, their primary residence is generally a larger home so when they come on vacation they still want the high level of quality, services, and amenities that the Missoni Baia brand offers but prefer to have a smaller size residents to simplify their overall vacation experience. The introduction of the smaller floorplans has proven to be successful with our recent sales,” said Jim Cohen, Senior Vice President of Development Sales, Fortune International Group.