Ugo Colombo’s CMC Expected To Sign A Deal To Buy Windows For Four Upcoming Projects

Ugo Colombo will soon sign a deal to buy impact-resistant windows for four projects that his CMC Group is planning in Miami, according to Colombian window manufacturer Tecnoglass.

Colombo recently sold Glasswall, a manufacturer of impact-resistant windows and doors, to Tecnoglass. He started Glasswall in 2002.

As part of the deal, Tecnoglass said that they expect to supply Colombo with windows and doors for four Miami projects, which will be similar in scope to CMC’s previous projects. An agreement is expected to be completed by mid-2015.

CMC’s projects are expected to commence at various times during 2015, 2016, and 2017, according to Tecnoglass. The first will be Brickell Flatiron, where demolition of the building formerly housing the Baru Urbano lounge was recently completed. The developer will also soon launch sales for The Collection Residences in Coral Gables.