1060 Brickell 1 Bedroom/1.5 Bath Loft Reduced for Quick Sale

January 29, 2011 by Lucas Lechuga

1060 Brickell 1 bedroom loft

We currently have an exclusive listing for a beautiful 1 bedroom/1.5 bath bi-level loft at 1060 Brickell.  The unit has 1,128 square feet of interior, polished porcelain tile throughout, stainless steel appliances, stackable washer/dryer, an upgraded full bathroom and a balcony facing west overlooking Mary Brickell Village.

Three months ago when we took the listing, the initial asking price of the loft was $335,000.  Yesterday, we were contacted by the owner and he requested that we lower the price to $259,000 for a quick sale.  $230 per square foot is an amazing deal for a unit at 1060 Brickell.  In fact, our listing is currently the lowest price per square foot of any unit at 1060 Brickell.

For those not familiar with 1060 Brickell, it is centrally located in Brickell just a block away from the shops, restaurants and bars at Mary Brickell Village.  Additionally, the building is within walking distance of two Publix grocery stores.  1060 Brickell has a number of great amenities such as 24-hour security and valet, swimming pool, hot tub, state-of-the-art fitness center, yoga room, steam rooms, game room with billiard table and a virtual golf room.

Below,  you’ll find a video tour which shows the view and interior features of the loft.  For additional information and pictures click on the following link to view the MLS property listing for unit 2216 at 1060 Brickell. Contact us at 305-428-3860 if you have any questions or have an interest in viewing the unit in person.

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MaxMiami
5 years 7 months ago

The square footage seems a lot less than 1128 SF. Are they counting the second floor loft space that opens to the 1st level as if it were usable space?

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owneratinfinity
5 years 7 months ago

I looked at buying this type of loft at 1060 before I changed my mind and brought my loft at infinity.

So I know at that time he 1060 developer is adding the open (air) space in the sf for their lofts units, just like infinity does.

If the 1060 developer says they don’t count that open space dont believe them until you measure the unit for yourself.

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Gixxer1000
5 years 7 months ago

Here is the floor plan for the unit:

It appears they aren’t including air space but they are including the terrace space. I’m in a different unit and the floor plan for my unit is the same when I measured the interior to see if my furniture would fit.

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Papercut
5 years 7 months ago

Not counting air space, but counting terrace is unethical practice, to say the least. Marquis lofts also count air space. That’s why I bought at 900 Biscayne, instead of Marquis (though 900 is also not without some issues). I would say rule of thumb is “reduce whatever developer is advertising by 10%” and you’ll be pretty close to the actual footage.

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owneratinfinity
5 years 7 months ago

somethning that i remember that the 1060 saleswoman told me, she said that the maint fee for their lofts unit have an addition maint fee added like $100 to $200 per month more cause they are lofts and not flats, to cover the cost for cleaning the windows said thus. I would confirm this to see if this is still true, That was another reason I bought at infinty rather 1060. Infinity doesn’t charge another additional maint fee for their lofts (over their flats)

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MaxMiami
5 years 7 months ago

Thanks for the feedback guys. I’m looking to move out of a 2/2 at One Broadway that’s less than 1,200 SF interior. But so many comparable-sized condo units are just not designed to maximize functional/usable space. Even the 1/1s over 1,000SF seem a lot smaller.

Lofts are tricky. For both taxes and maintenance, it seems like Loft owners pay more than their fair share because they’re assessed on phantom SF.

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