Ugo Colombo

Ugo Colombo


Ugo Colombo has played a pioneering role in the development of Miami’s downtown skyline. He is widely regarded as one of South Florida’s most respected and successful residential and commercial developers. Born in 1961 in Milan, Italy, Mr. Colombo came to the United States in 1983. His real estate career began while he was studying at the University of Miami. After acquiring and selling the inventory in two Brickell Avenue buildings – the Imperial Villa Regina Condominium, Mr. Colombo and his company, CMC Group, focused on the design and construction of high-rise luxury condominium buildings on Brickell Avenue, Miami Beach and Aventura.

Ugo Colombo has developed many landmarks on the Miami skyline –Bristol Tower and Santa Maria on Brickell Avenue – both of which helped redefine the condominium market in South Florida. He also played a significant role in the rejuvenation of Miami Beach’s South Beach community by redeveloping two of Ocean Drive’s most important Art Deco hotels: the Waldorf and Casa Grande. In Aventura in North Miami-Dade County, Ugo Colombo participated in a joint venture to create the ultimate in country club living, Porto Vita, a Mediterranean-style village located along the Intracoastal Waterway. Ugo Colombo’s most recent development successes include Epic Residences and Hotel, a 55-story luxury condominium and hotel at the mouth of the Miami River in downtown Miami, Grovenor House, a 166-unit luxury condominium project completed in 2006 in the heart of Miami’s Coconut Grove community, and Beach House 8, a luxury boutique condominium on Miami Beach.

In 1994, Ugo Colombo acquired The Collection, a seven-franchise luxury automotive dealership (Jaguar, Porsche, Ferrari, Maserati, Aston Martin, Audi and McLaren). The Collection is ranked as one of the top performing luxury car dealerships in the United States.

In 2002, CMC Group completed a 750,000-square-foot mixed-use office/retail development in Coral Gables to house The Collection and third-party office and retail tenants. In addition to The Collection, 4000 Ponce offers 150,000 square feet of Class A office space and 32,000 square feet of ground-level retail space.

Luis O. Revuelta

Luis O. Revuelta


A principal of Revuelta Architecture International, P.A., over the last 39 years Mr. Revuelta has worked on numerous major and complex projects in Miami, Miami Beach, Coral Gables, Fort Lauderdale, and internationally. In recent years, he has designed and project-managed the tallest and most complex condominium buildings in the southeastern United States. The architect in charge of design for many of South Florida’s most prestigious luxury condominiums, Mr. Revuelta’s work includes the EPIC Residences & Hotel, Bristol Tower, the Santa Maria, Porto Vita-South, Porto Vita-North, The Bath Club, Azure, Jade Residences, Il Villagio, and Grovenor House.

Mr. Revuelta founded his firm with a commitment to provide his clients quality designed balanced with sustainable and economically feasible solutions, delivered within stringent time schedules. This philosophy, in the past two decades, has been the cornerstone of the success of his projects. Mr. Revuelta has partnered with top local and national developers in the design and creation of some of South Florida’s leading landmark residential, commercial, hospitality, automobile dealerships and mixed-use projects.

This experience gained over the years has contributed to the successful evolution of functionally sound, as well as, aesthetically pleasing projects. The conservation and rehabilitation of historically significant structures, green systems and sustainable building practices, figure prominently in the long term goals and expertise of the company.

“The underlying philosophy behind our success has been our willingness to persevere in the pursuit of the architectural concepts and details we believe will make a project successful for our clients and their customers.”

-Luis Revuelta

Massimo Iosa Ghini

Massimo Iosa Ghini

Interior Architecture

Founded in 1990 and with offices in Bologna and Milan, Italy, Iosa Ghini Associates specializes in interior design projects for large international groups and developers. The practice’s multi-national staff of architects, engineers and designers focuses on the design of commercial and residential spaces, as well as museums, public spaces and structures dedicated to public transportation. Among their most recent major projects are the Ferrari Stores in Europe, USA and Asia; a multifunctional residential project in Budapest; several hotels in Europe, including Budapest, Nice and Bari; and Alitalia airport lounges.

The practice’s design and architectural works received international recognition including the Compasso D’Oro Award ADI; the Good Design Award by the Chicago Athenaeum; the Red Dot Award and iF Product Design Award, Germany; the Roscoe Award, USA; and the IAI AWARD Green Design Global Award and IAI Awards, Shanghai, China.