The Ronto Group has processed sales contracts worth $85 million at Omega, a 27-floor high-rise tower to be built within Bonita Bay. Omega will provide the newest and largest luxury high-rise residences in Southwest Florida. With tower residences including expansive open-concept living areas, spacious covered outdoor terraces, luxurious features and finishes, a private elevator lobby, a private air-conditioned storage space on the same floor as the residence, and a private two-car garage, Omega offers unprecedented value. Omega will be the last high-rise to be built within Bonita Bay and provides a final opportunity for a maintenance- free, amenity rich luxury condominium lifestyle within the award-winning community at an exceptional price point.
Omega will feature 67 residences, including 63 spacious tower residences and four penthouses. Three of the four penthouses have sold. The remaining penthouse features a six-car “tandem” garage and is priced at $6.75 million. Pre-construction pricing for the tower residences that offer a stunning 4,645 square feet or 4,210 square feet under air and expansive views 78-feet or 68-feet wide starts at $2.150 million.
A scale model of the Omega tower is on display at the Omega Sales Center at 26951 Country Club Drive within Bonita Bay. Ronto is renovating the Sales Center to showcase finishes available in residences at Omega. The renovation includes the installation of a completely finished full-sized kitchen.
Ronto and architect Robert Swedroe have created a high-rise experience at Omega that has set a new standard in Southwest Florida. They focused on creating the building from the inside out based on interviews with potential purchasers. The purchasers indicated view corridors and open floor plans with flowing living areas, large owner suites and secondary bedrooms, big outdoor living areas, private garages, and readily accessible storage space were all critical. Rather than wanting to downsize by moving into a condominium with less square footage than their single-family homes, they wanted to simplify their lives by moving into a maintenance-free environment without sacrificing space or livability.
The open living spaces and size of Omega’s residences reflect Ronto and Swedroe’s approach. Their design takes advantage of innovative construction methods and materials that span greater distances and allow the use of more glass. Rather than designing a four unit per floor building, they created a three unit per floor approach that allowed the residences to be wider and more spacious than any other high-rise tower currently under construction in Southwest Florida. The Omega tower and penthouse floor plans offer the square footage and width found in estate homes built on 110-foot home sites. The residences will feature larger, wider, open living spaces with walls comprised of tall windows that will offer incredible views of Estero Bay and the Gulf of Mexico. The living spaces, owners’ suites, and some of the guest bedrooms will open to huge outdoor terraces that will feature 42-inch high glass railings. Volume ceiling heights of ten feet four-inches, or eleven feet four-inches in the penthouses, except where dropped, will create a sense of space that cannot be duplicated by remodeling the existing high-rise residences that dot the shoreline between Naples and Fort Myers.
Omega’s 01 tower residences on floors four through 25 reflect Ronto and Swedroe’s design approach. The 01 residences will include 4,645 square feet under air, an unobstructed 68-foot wide view, outdoor terrace areas totaling an incredible 1,005 square feet, and an 80 square-foot private air-conditioned storage space on the same floor as the residence. The combination of the interior, exterior, and storage spaces offers an unparalleled total of 5,725 square feet. The 01-plan features a massive great room, elegant dining area, comfortable family room, and a double- island kitchen. The great room and owner’s bedroom open to a huge west and southwest facing terrace with multiple conversation areas, a dining area, and an outdoor kitchen with a gas grill. The double-island kitchen offers an additional gathering place when entertaining. The plan also includes four-and-a-half baths, three large guest bedrooms, a den or fifth bedroom, and ten-foot, four-inch ceilings except where dropped. The den and all three guest bedrooms open to another large terrace that offers sunrise views.
Omega will include 18,000 square feet of indoor amenities. A clubroom will measure more than 3,000 square feet and overlook an exterior amenity deck. Contemporary glass railings will line the deck’s curved perimeter and overlook one of Bonita Bay’s golf courses. A pool with a beach entry and sun shelves will be the centerpiece of the deck. Poolside day beds will be placed around the pool. Six private poolside cabanas are available for purchase by residents and will include bathrooms and a beverage center. Day cabanas will be available. A pool pavilion with a bar and seating areas will offer a gathering place. Bar-b-que grills will be situated adjacent to the pavilion. A second pavilion is designed as a food area with cooking appliances. Seating areas will be available, including sunset viewing areas and a fire pit terrace.
Omega’s 4,200 square foot rooftop terrace common area will include two hot tubs, allowing residents to relax while enjoying breathtaking water and sunset views. Two fire-pit seating areas behind the tubs and a fire table seating area will allow all residents to fully enjoy the ambiance. A large kitchen area for catering and a separate bar area will complete the spectacular setting.
Visit the Omega Sales Center at 26951 Country Club Drive from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and Sundays from noon to 5:00 p.m. Call 239-301-4940 for a sales appointment.