Opera Tower unveils new Baltus-designed lobby this month

 
 
Baltus selected finishes with a timeless, curvilinear design, using the existing rounded walls and columns to complement the material selections.
Baltus selected finishes with a timeless, curvilinear design, using the existing rounded walls and columns to complement the material selections.

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Opera Tower, the 56-story, landmark, luxury condominium overlooking Downtown Miami and Biscayne Bay, unveils its elegant new lobby by the celebrated Spanish interior design company Baltus this month.

At the same time, Opera Tower’s developer announced that all of the final 100 units for sale will earn 6 percent commission for brokers, with prices now beginning at $270,900. Brokers should bring in all of their clients and prospects to take advantage of the 6 percent commission that will be effective only through April 30, says a company official.

Opera Tower chose Baltus for the striking lobby redesign because of its noted passion for careful craftsmanship, generous proportions, and unique textures and finishes — raising the bar on furnishings and interiors that define elite Miami style.

“We want to enhance and revitalize the lobby, creating a fresh, new look for our residents to enjoy, and we know that Baltus can deliver exactly what we are looking for,” said Opera Tower developer Tibor Hollo.

The Baltus Group, a Marbella-based firm founded by renowned Spanish artist Javier Martín in 2001, has its only U.S. showroom in the Miami Design District.

As Baltus is completing the finishing touches on the new Opera Tower lobby, the designers have selected finishes with a timeless, curvilinear design, using the existing rounded walls and columns to complement the material selections.

In addition to a striking glass globe chandelier, other focal points of the lobby are the 25-foot-high columns wrapped in a luxurious wall covering that has the look of iridescent tile, a look that is carried into the reception desk area and elevator lobby.

The new reception desk features a backlit onyx face and black granite top, polished to a glassy finish. A one-of-a-kind Baltus wall panel system was custom-designed with a state-of-the-art, glossy lacquered finish.

To add to the welcoming entry, warm-tone stone flooring and sleek, contemporary Baltus Collection furnishings enhance the inviting, elegant space.

“We are excited to be working alongside Baltus, known for its devotion to design and quality, while never losing sight of function. The new lobby of Opera Tower will be just that,” says Fortune International vice-president of sales Andres Asion. “However, our buyers and agents are also very excited about the announcement of new 6 percent commissions on all unit sales through April 30. With only 100 units left, this news gives us extra impetus to close out Opera Tower this spring with a bang.”

Sales at Opera Tower, led by industry powerhouse Fortune International, continue to move along at a steady pace. With more than 500 residences already sold, the highly successful developer’s leaseback program that attracted hundreds of buyers to Opera Tower will end on April 30, says Asion.

Under the program, buyers are able to earn immediate leaseback rental revenue equal to 6 percent of the purchase price. The developer, through its affiliated management group, will leaseback the owners’ units for up to three years from the date of closing. During that time, buyers will receive an annual rent equal to 6 percent of the purchase price. Buyers pay only property taxes and insurance, as monthly condominium maintenance fees are paid by the developer, with no rental commission fees or property management expenses. Buyers may purchase with cash or with up to 50 percent developer financing.

For more information on Opera Tower and the financing and leaseback programs, please call 786-369-1298, visit the on-site sales center at 1750 North Bayshore Dr., or go to www.operatower.com.

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