New residences coming to Edgewater, Miami.
Just imagine taking the best of Lake Como living and bringing it to Miami! This one-of-a-kind development marries the best in architecture and lifestyle with a foodie influence. Arrive by helicopter, spend the afternoon on a boat or at the floating pool in Biscayne Bay, then wind down the day in the members’ lounge before heading to a culinary experience in the new Major Food Group (MFG) 2-story restaurant overlooking the water that always has your reservation, then finally retiring to your full or half-floor masterfully designed residence with spectacular panoramic views.
This is life at Villa Miami
Miami has seen its fair share of designer and car branded buildings from Armani and Missoni to Porsche and Aston Martin, but this is a whole new concept where a restaurant group is taking the lead and delivering their experiential atmosphere and design. Cipriani started this trend, but this is on a whole new level now. Major Food Group (MFG) known for some of the coolest restaurants around (Carbone, Dirty French, Contessa) is partnering up with two top Miami Developers (Terra Group & 1000 Museum Group) to create this special lifestyle in Miami called Villa Miami.
Here only 72 residences of full and half-floors, all with direct ban and panoramic 180 and 360 Miami views will be available in this 58-story tower. This is the only development that will have its own dock in Edgewater as well as a private helipad and floating pool inside Biscayne Bay (like hotels in Lake Como). Expect Chef’s Kitchens designed by none other than Mario Carbone of the famed Carbone’s Italian restaurants. A Range Rover house car will be available to drive residents around town. And a private beach club in Miami Beach will be part of the many amenities.
Located where the Design District meets the bay, it’s an ideal location for reaching the best shopping and restaurants nearby and not far from Miami International Airport. Edgewater is Miami’s hottest new neighborhood along Biscayne Bay. Villa Miami residences will offer three to five bedrooms with ten and eleven foot ceilings and ten foot deep balconies. Additionally amenities will include a fitness center, hot and cold plunges, boxing and yoga rooms, screening room, game room, conference room, children’s room and a bank vault.
Three-bedroom half-floors start around $4 million and four and five-bedroom full floors from about $8.7 million. Villa Miami will be completed by the fourth quarter of 2026. Units are going immediately to contract and with only 72 in total, this is sure to be a speedy sell-out.
By Hope Gainer, President of Hope International Marketing & Hope International Properties