When highly-respected real estate developer Ugo Colombo began laying out his vision for a dynamic new downtown Miami, he had one clear expectation: to bring unparalleled luxury and artful design to the rapidly developing downtown neighborhood of Brickell. Colombo, along with famed artist Julian Schanbel and highly-respected Miami-based architect Luis Revuelta, has managed to seamlessly combine art and design into one remarkable building: Brickell Flatiron. The 60-story luxury tower, which launched sales this month, already has potential residents clamoring for one of the 552 elegantly appointed condo residences, each of which is outfitted with sleek, modern appliances, gorgeous marble details in both the kitchens and bathrooms, and floor-to-ceiling windows with stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean and Biscayne Bay. While the interior design may be the building’s strongest selling point, the building’s external amenities, from the rooftop pool to the building’s lounges are equally intriguing for those who seek an active lifestyle without having to go far from their front door. When the building reaches completion, 40,000 square feet of prime retail space will be available on the building’s ground floor, cementing Brickell Flatiron’s dedication to downtown Miami’s work/live lifestyle.