The Missoni Baia condominium high-rise in Miami has topped out at 198 meters.
The 57-story building from OKO Group and Cain International has most of its 249 units already sold ahead of its projected completion later this year. Since January 2021, the project has completed over US$110 million in condo sales, widely purchased by domestic buyers either buying second homes or looking to relocate to Miami completely.
Located at 777 NE 26th Terrace along Biscayne Bay in the City’s Edgewater neighborhood, the building was designed by Asymptote Architecture. As Missoni’s first-ever branded residential tower, the Italian design and fashion house is incorporating its design palette and Missoni Home furniture collection into the building’s interiors, including all public spaces and amenity areas.
Priced from about US$650,000 to upwards of US$9 million, residences at Missoni Baia range from one- to five-bedroom layouts measuring between 72 and 352 square meters (776 and 3,788 square feet) in size. Every residence offers direct bay or city views, with panoramic vistas of Biscayne Bay, Downtown Miami, Miami Beach, and the Atlantic Ocean.
Residences feature 3-meter (10-foot) ceilings, terraces, impact-resistant glass windows and sliding doors, and floor-to-ceiling glazing.
Amenities at Missoni Baia will include five separate pools including a cantilevered infinity pool, poolside resident lounges, elevated tennis courts, and a spa. Additional perks include a gym with bay views, dedicated yoga and Pilates studios, a kids’ club and indoor play area, a hair and nail salon, a pet spa, and a private screening room.
OKO Group and Cain International also have two developments under construction nearby, both designed by Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill: Una Residences, a 47-story condominium, and 830 Brickell, an office tower in the Brickell Financial District.