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Edgewater’s Missoni Baia launches first phase of construction

Edgewater’s Missoni Baia launches first phase of construction

Miami’s Missoni Baia, a high-end condo project rising in Edgewater, announced the first phase of construction has begun for the 649-foot tower after breaking ground a couple of months ago.

A spokesperson for OKO Group says 190 piles totaling over 12,000 linear feet have been installed along with 150 tons of steel reinforcing bar, and over 1,000 cubic yards of grout and concrete. Next, construction crews will begin pile cap installation.

Located at a waterfront site at 777 Northeast 26th Terrace, the 57-story tower is the first branded residential development from Italian fashion and design house Missoni. There are 249 units in all, ranging from 776 to 3,788 square feet. They are priced from $500,000 and the project was about 30 percent sold in August.

Amenities include five swimming pools, an elevated tennis court and fitness center, a spa overlooking the bay, a media room, a beauty salon, a children’s playroom, and a pet spa.

Completion is expected in Fall 2020.

A video showing the latest construction progress is below and you can check out renderings of the residences and the common areas.

 

By Curbed.com

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