A buyer has scooped up an amazing deal on one of the last Tower Suites at Brickell City Centre’s Reach Tower. The original buyer had paid $2,175,000 back in August of 2016, then listed the property on the MLS as a resale shortly thereafter.
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After opening sales in the summer of 2014, the partnership between Related Group and The Allen Morris Company is now on the home stretch to Sold Out status on the project. They have five remaining units, all penthouses. In an effort to close out the building as quickly as possible and reflect the new market, they have repriced the last inventory.
Elements of the 16,000 square foot home include stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean from the master bedroom, a waterslide concealed by an elegant glass staircase, a pool with open views and a boat dock that will be built to suit the buyers’ preferences.
Just ahead of their opening day, Brickell Heights has sold the last of their pre-construction condos. The building is preparing to open on schedule in late April or early May of this year, according to our sales representative there.
After 11 months and 3 weeks on the market and an almost 20% discount, a buyer has found a bargain in this enormous loft unit at Midtown 2. The buyer was able to snap up the property for a record amount of $1,425,000, which works out to $260/square foot. It had also been available as a rental for $9,500/month.
Muse condos, the 47 story ultra-luxury development in Sunny Isles, has officially topped off. The construction broke ground in September of 2015 and the foundation pour took place in March of 2016. The developers expect to see completion by the fall of 2018.
ECHO Brickell is topping off this week and we were lucky enough to be the first to get a hard hat tour of the 57 story project, including the Carlos Ott penthouse. The penthouse covers the entire 56th & 57th floor and is the most dramatic, most expensive penthouse in the history of Brickell.
Ricardo Montaner, the South American singer-songwriter who is famous for singing love songs. Over the course of his 30+ year career, he has sold over 22 million albums and I want to sing 22 million love songs to his Miami Beach estate, which hit the market this week for $11 million.
Nestled just between the 41st Street business district and the Biscayne Bay is a 10 acre development site that will soon be home to a boutique building, 3900 Alton. The project was designed by Richard Bofill and will have 78 units in 8 floors.
If you have been curious about the plans of The Underline, Miami’s upcoming 10 mile linear park, now is your opportunity. The Miami-Dade Transportation & Public Works Departments, and Parks, Recreation and Open Spaces Departments will be holding a public meeting this Thursday, Janaury 19 with the Friends of The Underline initiative.