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Italian Influence: Miami Real Estate Embracing La Dolce Vita

Italian-inspired design and style are making a significant impact on Miami’s real estate market. The city, known as Latin America’s unofficial northern capital, is now embracing the Italian influence in various aspects, from hospitality brands to fine Italian restaurants and luxury condominium projects.

Luxury Condominium Projects with Italian Flair

Several luxury condominium projects in Miami showcase Italian finishes and materials, such as VITA at Grove Isle, ONDA Residences, Missoni Baia Miami, and Cipriani Residences Miami. These developments highlight Italy’s influence on Miami’s real estate scene, bringing a touch of La Dolce Vita to the Magic City.

Notably, VILLA Miami, a 55-story boutique residence from TERRA and One Thousand Group, offers a residential experience provided by Major Food Group (MFG), the hospitality firm behind Carbone and Contessa. MFG designs and curates the tower’s lifestyle experience, infusing Italian DNA into all aspects of the project, from design to programming, amenities, and services.

Italian Imports: Authenticity and Craftsmanship

Italian-born developers, such as Ugo Colombo of CMC Group and Valerio Morabito of Ondra Residences, bring authenticity and fine craftsmanship to their projects, showcasing their deep understanding of elegant, sophisticated architecture and interior design. At both Onda and Vita, the developers have created timeless, quality residential developments that embody the essence of La Dolce Vita.

Italian fashion house Missoni’s first branded residential tower, Missoni Baia, features the brand’s multihued design palette and Missoni Home furniture collection throughout its interiors. Cipriani Residences Miami offers resort-style amenities and classic Italian cuisine in a private restaurant, as well as in-home dining and 24-hour catering services.

Experience La Dolce Vita in Miami

VILLA Miami, inspired by the charming villas of Italy and located in Edgewater, offers residents 20,000 square feet of restaurant amenities. Owners can enjoy an on-site eatery serving Italian coastal fare or call on private chef services. Terra CEO David Martin states that the project brings together two brilliant minds in design and hospitality, Vicky Charles and Mario Carbone, who collaborated for the first time to design VILLA’s kitchens.

The design team created a feeling reminiscent of Lake Como or the Amalfi Coast that is present throughout the project, generating instant interest from potential buyers. With such an Italian influence on Miami’s real estate market, experiencing La Dolce Vita no longer requires a trip to Rome – it’s now as close as the Magic City itself.

Discover more about the Italian influence on Miami’s real estate market by reading the full article on Forbes.

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