Common space updates are coming soon to an Iconic South Florida condo that set the Gold Standard for luxury living.
“Working Wealthy” move away from the city to live a pampered life at the Lauren, one of Bethesda’s newest and costliest new condominiums.
Omega will be the last luxury high-rise to be built within Bonita Bay and provides a final opportunity for a maintenance-free, amenity rich luxury condominium lifestyle within the award-winning community.
This 649-foot, 54-story modern glass tower is designed by internationally acclaimed architects Carlos Zapata and Robert Swedroe, who have come together in a unique collaboration to bring to fruition this meticulously designed residential tower.
Over the last 42 years, Robert M. Swedroe has developed a reputa- tion as one of South Florida’s most visionary and successful architects.
Omega presents a fresh perspective on luxury and offers an approach to high-rise living that has never been available in the Southwest Florida market.
“He’s an innovator, a visionary,” – Robert Swedroe, the Miami-based architect who’s something of a dean of oceanside luxury building, designed the project.
The Ronto Group announced that all four of the penthouses at its Omega high-rise tower within Bonita Bay have been reserved.
Designed by Miami architect Robert M. Swedroe, the 26- floor Omega tower will feature 67 residences, including 63 tower residences and four penthouses.
The recent trend of millennials and empty-nesters moving from suburbia to the cities might now be shifting to reverse due to several factors in play.