The Ronto Group announced the common areas at its new Omega high-rise tower at Bonita Bay are being designed by Troy Beasley, Design Principal, Beasley & Henley Interior Design. The 27-floor Omega tower to be built by the award-winning developer will be the final luxury high-rise tower to be built at Bonita Bay. The clean-lined tower will feature 67 residences, including 63 spacious tower residences and four penthouses, three of which are under contract. To date, Ronto has processed binding sales contracts worth more than $70 million. The remaining penthouse is priced at $6.75 million. Pre-construction pricing for the tower residences starts at $2.150 million.
Beasley’s design concept for the common areas at Omega is focused on creating dramatic, cozy spaces with an appealing, slightly edgy aesthetic that will naturally invite residents and guests to sit down and relax. The design provides a bit of contrast to the architecture with the introduction of curved elements and ceiling details. The flooring in the building’s lobby will be a mix of stone and wood to compliment the interesting patterns and stone and wood finishes that will bring classical flair to an otherwise modern look and evoke a pleasing, familiar feeling.
Omega’s entry lobby will include a 24-hour reception desk, package room, and mail room. The lobby will offer a captivating view of the building’s grand salon that, per Beasley’s plan, will feature a comfortable, living room-like setting with couches, side chairs, a cocktail table, and see-through views of a covered terrace and the outdoor amenity deck. Doorways on either side of the entry lobby and the grand salon will lead to a 600 square-foot library and card room and to a 750 square-foot billiards and game room. Both spaces will provide access the covered terrace.
Beasley envisions the library and card room as a richly appointed, dark-toned, moody dual-purpose space with reading tables, gold reading lamps, wood flooring, and beguiling black and white photographs. Inviting seating areas will encourage relaxed conversation. The library and card room will also open to a splendid conference room. The billiards and game room will offer both gaming areas and private conversation spaces with built-in curved banquettes, and floating tables and chairs. On the west side of the room, tall windows will provide views of the outdoor amenity deck. A speak-easy type door will lead from the billiards room to a bar that will also serve a magnificent club room.
Gallery hallways with gold-toned backlighting that plays against grey-toned elements will lead to the south and north sides of the Omega tower, each of which will include elevator lobbies and restrooms. The south side of the building will feature the club room that will measure more than 3,000 square feet. Tall curved windows will offer long-range views to the south and west. The club room will showcase dark wood tones, a two-sided linear fireplace, a curved bar, and a full kitchen that can be used by residents and caterers for special events. A wall treatment above the fireplace will incorporate a rich combination of steel panels and wood finishes. A grill-screen will separate the medium to dark-toned bar area from the club room’s comfortable seating areas. A window with floating glass shelving will provide the bar with soft natural light. As planned, the flooring in the club room will be a combination of stone and inlaid area rugs. Double doors will open to the outdoor amenity deck.
Omega’s 600 square-foot theater will be situated off the club room and offer plush couches and chaises to enhance the movie experience. Beasley’s concept will create a youthful, sexy vibe that reflects the architectural style of the building. The plush seating arrangement that eschews traditional theater seating configurations will convey the more intimate, more connected ambiance that Beasley has infused throughout Omega’s common areas. For Beasley, the successful execution of his design will prompt residents to look forward to being ensconced in the building’s richly appointed, always comfortable surroundings.
The restrooms adjacent to the club room will also reflect Beasley’s unique and highly compelling vision for Omega. The men’s and women’s restrooms will both convey a contemporary feeling but will also present various classic elements that are especially evident in the mirror designs. Each restroom will have a distinctive feeling. The men’s restroom will feature grey and white walls and smaller mosaic tile flooring. A design concept photo of the ladies’ room includes a red wall and white mosaic tile flooring with black grout lines.
Three guest suites are located on the north side of the building to accommodate out-of-town visitors. In addition to the guest suites that can be reserved by residents, five cottages on garage level two and six poolside cabanas are available for purchase. A 2,100 square-foot fitness center is also located on the north side of the building. Like the club room, tall curved windows in the fitness room will offer stunning long-range views, this time to the north and west. The fitness center will include the latest fitness equipment technology, a massage room, and separate men’s and women’s saunas and locker rooms.
Omega’s 01 and 03 tower residences will include 4,645 square feet of air-conditioned living space, an unobstructed 68-foot wide view, outdoor terrace areas totaling 1,005 square feet, and an 80-square foot or 75-square foot private air-conditioned storage space on the same floor as the residence. The plans feature 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 northwest 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 a den, four-and-a-half baths, and three large guest bedrooms. The den and all three guest bedrooms open to another large terrace that offers sunrise views. In addition to the terrace areas, tower residents will enjoy a roof-top amenity deck.
The 02-tower plan offers 4,210-square feet under air, an unobstructed 78-foot wide view, 540 square feet of outdoor terrace space, and 75 square feet of private air-conditioned storage space. The plan features a massive great room, an elegant dining area, a comfortable family room, and an island kitchen that combine to create the spacious, open living area preferred by potential purchasers. The great room fully opens to a terrace with conversation and dining areas and an outdoor kitchen with a gas grill. The plan also includes a den, three-and-a-half baths, and three large bedrooms, all three of which provide views of Estero Bay and the Gulf. The owner’s suite features a walk-in closet, and a bath with separate vanities and separate water closets.
The penthouse 2602 residence that is available features 6,455 square feet under air and a total of 10,150 square feet of living space, including 1,710 square feet of outdoor terrace areas with an Alfresco gas grill and 42-inch high glass railings, and a private rooftop terrace measuring 1,985 square feet. The residence also comes with a private elevator lobby, a private air-conditioned storage space on the same level as the residence, and an oversized private three-car garage.
Visit the Omega Sales Center at 26951 Country Club Drive within Bonita Bay 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.