Brickell’s 76-story Ora By Casa Tua is officially launching sales, developer Fortune International Group announced today.
The tower will rise over 900 feet, according to a fact sheet.
A total of 540 residences are planned, to be delivered fully finished and furnished and allowing for short term rental.
Prices will start start at $800,000 and range from 500-square-foot studio homes to 2,400-square-foot, four-bedrooms.
Ora is envisioned as “a true vertical community where people rediscover their relationship with themselves, with others and the natural world,” said Miky Grendene, Founder of Casa Tua.
A total of around 25,000 square feet of space in the development will be dedicated to four new restaurant concepts by Casa Tua, including:
Terra: A first of its kind 24-hour market and bakery
Uva: Enoteca with a collection of hundreds of sommelier-selected labels from across the world and Mediterranean cuisine
Fuoco: An intimate dining experience
Vento: A rooftop bar and lounge complemented by a pool that overlooks Brickell, Biscayne Bay and Coconut Grove
Amenities at Ora will include creative workspaces featuring private office spaces, conference rooms, content creation rooms, a bar lounge and outdoor seating.
There will also be an entertainment lounge, a two-floor fitness and wellness center with a hammam and couples treatment rooms and a three-story open sky garden, which the developers say will be unique for Miami.
Arquitectonica is designing the tower with multiple levels that are outdoors. Interiors are by M2atelier, created by Marco Bonelli and Marijana Radovic.