Missoni Baia 30 Percent Sold After Increasing Number Of Units

About 30 percent of units at Missoni Baia have been sold, according to in-house broker Fortune International.

Fortune recently took over sales in the building after convincing the developer to reduce unit sizes to meet market demand, a representative told the SFBJ.

Prices remain the same – $900 per square foot, substantially higher than other newly completed resale units nearby.

The 57-story tower will now include 249 residences ranging in size from 776 to 3,788 square feet. Previously, it was planned to have 146 units.

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Anonymous
3 years ago

The new floor plans seem silly. If they’re actually selling anything but the 01/02 line, especially for that price, I’m ready to eat my foot.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Sounds like an angry former sales team member who got fired from Cervera?

Anonymous
3 years ago

lol, have never sold any real estate in my life; just pay attention to things. The floor plans they added are all wonky and have no views…certainly don’t seem worth the money, to me. Even the other bayview line, the 03 line, suffered from the redistribution and now has a “tunnel” view in the living room, while wasting the corner positioning for the master bedroom.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Great for Edgewater !!! I love how it’s being transformed this area …..

Anonymous
3 years ago

$900 per square foot… too rich for me :'(

Anonymous
3 years ago

Love this building design.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Honest question, what is stand out about the design? Most of what I’ve seen is typical Miami white with blue glass and floor wide balconies. What am I missing?

Anonymous
3 years ago

Well, from the renderings those horizontal bands appear to be some form of white stone, which is stately and much different than the usual glass.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Looks like a boring box to me. No articulation, ornamentation, or curves. Sad!

Anonymous
3 years ago

White stone? You mean concrete?

Anonymous
3 years ago

Very beautiful building….wish I could afford it

Anonymous
3 years ago

Very nice building, but too expensive for the area.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Elysee’s priced there; Paraiso’s last tower was priced there; and I think Biscayne Beach sold some of its last units around there. Too expensive for the area? No. Too expensive for the current market? Probably.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Let’s see how the units behave when the investors put them for rent, and real people have to leave and keep them up.

No way this, or Paraiso or Biscayne Beach, or Aria, and most of those buildings from Edgewater will keep their price in the next 3-5 years. (Maybe they will level up in 5-7 from today).

They are simple to expensive. These were units purchased by “investors”. They are soon going to realize that after an $800K investment, they will rent them at $3,000 per month (if they are lucky) and will pay $2,000 in taxes and maintenance…. just hope they don’t have any mortgage.

Anonymous
3 years ago

At $900 sqft a 1bed of 800 sqft is worth $720,000… it’s simply to expensive… like everything else sold in that area.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Good. Buildings like this aren’t supposed be rental havens and purely investor owned. Plenty of rental buildings for that. That would help lead to a more sustainable market

Caspar Mctaggart
3 years ago

Nothing even remotely noteworthy about this building, aesthetically speaking.

Oren
3 years ago

According to in-house broker LOL