The OKO Group was established specifically to work in the development business in the United States and has a global track record in real estate. Working alongside many world class architects and designers, the OKO Group brings considerable financial strength to the development marketplace.

The Next Miami: Several Condos Have Already Been Reserved At Missoni Baia; New Renderings Released

New details about Edgewater’s ultra-luxury Missoni Baia have been revealed in the past few days:

Starting prices are $2.25 with a 50 percent deposit. Several units have been reserved, according to the Herald

Architect Hani Rashid said that he had been “jealously” watching Miami’s growth from Brooklyn, and chose to design a more demure building

Rendering of Missoni Baia skyline at night

Rendering of Missoni Baia skyline at night

Wallpaper*: The new residential developments set to reshape Miami's skyline

Missoni Baia

Rendering of a residence’s interior at Missoni Baia

Rendering of a residence’s interior at Missoni Baia

Architecture / 10 Jun 2016 / By Ellie Stathaki and Maya Sorabjee

Miami’s Biscayne Bay is set to become home to a glamorous, appropriately glittering addition – the first residential development associated with the Italian fashion house Missoni.

Spearheaded by Vladislav Doronin’s Miami-based development company, OKO Group, the 57-storey residential tower is set to occupy 200 ft of the bay’s waterfront. The property has been designed by Asymptote Architecture and makes full use of Missoni’s signature aesthetic and its Missoni Home collections on the inside. Residents will also enjoy the full range of Missoni bath and body amenities in the comfort of their own homes. The luxury doesn’t stop there either. Five swimming pools, a deck lined with cabanas, tennis courts, a fitness centre, concierge, valet and well-shaded terraces to accompany each unit are just some of the features that Missoni Baia has up its stylish sleeves.

Read the full article here: http://www.wallpaper.com/architecture/the-new-residential-developments-set-to-reshape-miamis-skyline-0#MZrmWtEGsLSTsm7L.99


Curbed Miami: 5 New Interior Renderings of Edgewater’s Missoni Baia

Previewing OKO Group’s $350M development

Rendering of a residence’s interior at Missoni Baia

Rendering of a residence’s interior at Missoni Baia


The upcoming Missoni Baia in Edgewater was featured in Mansion Global, revealing five new interior renderings of the 57-story OKO Group development.

The luxury waterfront condo will be comprised of 146 residences—three per floor--and designed by Paris Forino will, with construction beginning next year and completion expected late in 2019.

Read the full article here: http://miami.curbed.com/2016/6/10/11902526/missoni-baia-renderings-edgewater

Mansion Global: Missoni Baia: First Look Inside Miami’s Latest Collection of Fashion-Forward Residences

The interior design of the building will reflect the brand’s signature color palette

The interiors of the residences at Missoni Baia will be designed by Paris Forino. RENDERING: MOSO STUDIO

The interiors of the residences at Missoni Baia will be designed by Paris Forino.

JUNE 09, 2016

Miami is no stranger to branded residences. A handful of fashion houses and luxury labels have bestowed their names on sky-grazing towers that will soon grace the South Florida coastline. And now, the vibrant fashion house Missoni is joining the group with Missoni Baia — the first residential collection from Italy’s “first family of fashion”— and Mansion Global has an exclusive look at the interiors.

Set in Miami’s up-and-coming Edgewater neighborhood, the 57-story tower will sit on 200 feet of waterfront on Biscayne Bay. The building will consist of 146 residences — with only three units per floor – ranging from two to four bedrooms. There will be three duplex apartments with expansive terraces, in addition to two duplex penthouses with private plunge pools and glass-enclosed staircases.

Read the full article here: http://www.mansionglobal.com/articles/29853-missoni-baia-first-look-inside-miami-s-latest-collection-of-fashion-forward-residences

Miami Herald: Russian billionaire betting big on Miami’s luxury condo market

Real-estate magnate Vladislav Doronin plans a 57-story, ultra-luxury condo tower in Miami’s Edgewater neighborhood

Branded by the well-known Italian fashion house, the Missoni Baia will offer 146 condos fronting Biscayne Bay

Two other condo projects are planned in the Brickell area; Doronin also owns the Aman and is scouting Miami Beach locations

Rendering of Missoni Baia

Rendering of Missoni Baia



While most developers are pulling back as Miami’s high-end condo market slows, Vladislav Doronin is pushing forward with a 57-story luxury condo tower, and two more projects after it.

The Russian real-estate magnate’s Miami-based development company OKO Group is spending about a billion dollars to acquire the land and develop three local properties. Going up first: the $350 million Missoni Baia in the Edgewater neighborhood.

“Miami has become a 24-hour city and has become internationally significant,” Doronin said in a phone interview. “Miami’s airport is ranked second for international passengers in the United States. I also like the good weather and the happy lifestyle in Miami.”

Missoni Baia will seek to leverage both weather and lifestyle with views of both Biscayne Bay, which it fronts, and the city from its 146 multimillion-dollar residences.

Doronin, 53, is well known in international real-estate circles.

Read the full article here: http://www.miamiherald.com/news/business/real-estate-news/article79212022.html

Wall Street Journal: Russian Developer Sets His Sights on Miami

Billionaire teams up with Missoni for luxury South Florida complex

Vladislav Doronin’s new U.S. property company, OKO Group, is launching three high-end condo projects. PHOTO: SASHA MASLOV FOR THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

Vladislav Doronin’s new U.S. property company, OKO Group, is launching three high-end condo projects. PHOTO: SASHA MASLOV FOR THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

Updated April 26, 2016 3:55 p.m. ET

Russian property mogul Vladislav Doronin flew to Milan earlier this year to wrap up his deal with Italian fashion house Missoni. The company, he believed, was partnering with him on one of his first U.S. developments.

But once he arrived, Mr. Doronin realized he had been mistaken. Missoni family members bluntly told him they made no commitment. What’s more, he had only a couple of hours to convince them to join him on his $350 million luxury condo project in Miami.

After six hours of eating, toasting and intense negotiations, the family came around. Missoni agreed to lend its name to Mr. Doronin’s latest project and design the interiors and common areas.

Read the full article here: http://www.wsj.com/articles/russian-developer-sets-his-sights-on-miami-1461674293

Curbed Miami: First Look at Missoni Baia in Edgewater

Check out the 56-story luxury tower's first official rendering

APR 11, 2016, 11:30

Missoni Baia, a 56-story residential tower in development in Edgewater developed by Vladislav Doronin’s OKO Group, just released its first official rendering, revealing a sleek and glassy 649-foot condo towering over Biscayne Bay.

Units range in price from $1.6 million to $3.9 million, with Asymptote Architecture and Revuelta Architecture designing the 146-unit tower, with interiors by Paris Forino Design.

Amenities will include a fitness center, wellness spa, multiple tennis courts, and a sun deck with an olympic-sized pool.

Read the full article here: http://miami.curbed.com/2016/4/11/11407598/missoni-baia-edgewater-rendering

The Real Deal South Florida: Vladislav Doronin’s OKO Group opens Design District office

Vladislav Doronin has set up shop in Miami

OKO has projects in Brickell and Edgewater
March 15, 2016 12:00PM 
By Katherine Kallergis

The developer and investor’s OKO Group has opened an office in Miami’s Design District, a spokesperson told The Real Deal.

OKO Group is working on three developments in South Florida in the Brickell area and in Edgewater. The new office, at 4100 Northeast Second Avenue, has 15 employees and spans about 3,500 square feet. OKO leased the space a few months ago, according to a company spokesperson. The firm moved in in February, and no brokers were involved in the lease.
Back in October, a division of OKO paid nearly $48 million to buy out a condo building at the south end of Brickell with plans to build a 48-story luxury condo tower. The developer also bought 2.8 acres of waterfront land between 26th Street and 26th Terrace in Miami’s Edgewater neighborhood, and will build a 649-foot-tall luxury residential building there.

Read the full article here: http://therealdeal.com/miami/2016/03/15/vlad-doronins-oko-group-opens-in-the-design-district/


Miami, FL – October 20, 2015 In a rare condo assemblage transaction, CBRE has arranged the sale of a condominium tower in Brickell’s south end to Miami Waterfront Ventures who have plans to build a luxury multifamily project with expansive bay views.

A division of the OKO Group, Miami Waterfront Ventures acquired the condominium units at 175 S.E. 25th Road – an 11-story tower sitting on approximately one acre on Biscayne Bay, for just under $48 million. CBRE’s Gerard Yetming and Calum Weaver, along with Cary Cohen of Flagler Real Estate Services LLC, negotiated with individual owners on behalf of the buyer to arrive at agreeable terms to make the bulk acquisition possible.

“We were able to get every owner to agree to sell which is very nearly impossible to do,” said CBRE Senior Vice President Gerard Yetming. “But the scarcity of waterfront product in Brickell, the incredible views from the site, and the fact that this building has much lower density than what is allowable, made this an excellent prospect for repositioning as a luxury project and worth the investment of time and energy.”            

The OKO Group is planning to build on this last 150 feet of rare waterfront property a 48-story luxury condominium providing spectacular waterfront views.  This location is in the heart of the most desirable part of Miami, featuring the best of Brickell shopping and dining and proximity to Miami’s prestigious private schools. Other benefits include being set away from the Brickell traffic and yet with close access to the nearby highway.

CBRE’s Mr. Yetming commented, “We are pleased to be involved in this key acquisition with the OKO Group, which was established specifically to work in the development business in the U.S. They have a global track record in real estate, working alongside many world-class architects, and bring with them considerable financial strength in the development marketplace.”   

This is OKO Group’s third acquisition in Miami; the developers are also developing 2.8 acres of waterfront land between 26th Street and 26th Terrace in the Edgewater district.

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