Architectural Digest Major Food Group announces Villa in Miami
Major Food Group is all over Miami’s restaurant scene, with locally adored eateries like Carbone, Dirty French, and ZZ’s Club. Now the hospitality company is diving into the city’s red-hot residential real estate market, teaming up with local developers Terra and the One Thousand Group on Villa, a 58-story condo in Edgewater.
The Kurt Dannwolf–designed tower will house 60 residences with 360-degree views of Biscayne Bay, as well as new restaurant concepts from Major Food Group founders Mario Carbone, Rich Torrisi, and Jeff Zalaznick. In a statement, Terra CEO David Martin called the Villa “the coming of age for the Edgewater neighborhood.”
Aside from a resident-only dining space with chef services and cooking classes, the 58-story crystalline high rise will also boast a waterfront restaurant and rooftop helipad. Vicky Charles of AD100 firm Charles & Co. is designing the interiors, while Carbone himself is overseeing the development of the residential kitchens.
Prices at Villa, which is slated to open in 2026, start at $4.5 million.