BrickellHouse Floor Plans, Info and Pricing

October 21, 2011 by Lucas Lechuga

BrickellHouse

BrickellHouse is now accepting reservations. The 374-unit condo development will be located directly west of Jade and north of Emerald at Brickell at 1300 Brickell Bay Drive. BrickellHouse has several appealing features but there are two which will also make it rather unique. One, it will allow daily rentals but will not be considered a condo-hotel. The building will have on-site maintenance and housekeeping staffs as well as an in-house management program for owners who wish to rent their units on a daily, weekly or monthly basis. Owners will obviously first need to finish and furnish their decorator-ready unit in order to be included in the leasing program. You can read more about this program in the BrickellHouse brochure. The second unique aspect of BrickellHouse is the parking. The building will have a fully-automated parking garage.

The 46-story high-rise will have an array of lavish amenities which include:

  • rooftop pool and sundeck
  • fully equipped, state-of-the-art fitness center
  • luxury health spa with sauna, steam and private treatment rooms
  • High-definition theater room with 10-foot screen and theater-style seating
  • Private owner’s lounge with event bar, catering kitchen and daily world newspapers
  • Resort deck with putting green and summer kitchen
  • 50-foot-long lap pool with poolside cabanas and heated Whirlpool spa
  • Resident club room with conference and meeting rooms
  • 24-hour concierge and security
  • 24-hour guest valet parking

Additionally, Meat Market, a steakhouse on Lincoln Road in South Beach, has already signed on to occupy part of the retail space on the ground level of BrickellHouse.

BrickellHouse will be comprised of studio, 1 bedroom/1 bath, 2 bedroom/2 bath and 3 bedroom/3 bath units.  The spreadsheet below will show you the approximate interior and exterior square footage for each.  You can also refer to the BrickellHouse floor plans where you will also be able to view layouts for the BrickellHouse penthouses.

BrickellHouse unit sizes

A full price list has not been released but the pricing below will give you a general idea for what one might be able to afford at BrickellHouse. Contact us if you have an interest in purchasing a unit at BrickellHouse and we will be able to get you pricing for other units.

Studios

  • Unit 2212 (S3) – $163,900 west view
  • Unit 1906 (S1) – $197,900 eat view – (420 sq ft under a/c)

1 bed/1 bath

  • Unit 2507 (A7) – $276,400 east view
  • Unit 2511 (A5) – $273,900 west view (790 sq ft under a/c)

2 bed/2 bath

  • Unit 2507 (B4) – $435,900 east view
  • Unit 2002 (B5) – $331,900 west view (1,116 sq ft under a/c)

2 bed + den/2 bath

  • Unit 3008 (B1) – $424,900

3 bed/3 bath

  • Unit 3002 (C1) – $683,900 (1,451 sq ft under a/c)

Contact us at 305-428-3860 or info@miamicondoinvestments.com to learn more about BrickellHouse.

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Anonymous
DJ
4 years 11 months ago

Hola amigos. Passing through and looks like some old timers crawled out from wherever they were hiding. Maybe it’ll be worth checking this site out again for some laughs and general bullshit. Word to your moms!

Anonymous
AJ
4 years 11 months ago

Automatic Valet looks good and saves space. But if you want your car in a jiffy, you will have trouble. Any place in Miami or NY that has these in their building? I don’t know of any or seen any. NYC parking garages have these lifts but nothing like the pics.

Anonymous
Drew
4 years 11 months ago

Re “Automatic Valet” –

I can see the headlines now: Condo residents trapped! Parking garage conveyor belt/hydraulic pump broken; condo association has no money to make repairs. “Well, I guess I’ll have to hitch-hike to Doral,” says one disgruntled resident who can’t access his vehicle. “I wish my Brazilian landlord would have paid his maintenance fees,” said the man as he walked towards the 836 West entrance ramp.

Anonymous
F-35
4 years 11 months ago

Drew, we have public transportation in this city, which I am sure you are well aware of. You should fix the pump and the conveyor belt inside your head first, which appears starved for maintenance fees of its own.
On the other hand, thanks for another reliably moronic comment. For your usual lack of knowledge and common sense you manage to compensate with plenty of entertainment value.

Anonymous
Drew
4 years 11 months ago

Great use of metaphor. Hilarious. I’m sure you’re a real hit at cocktail parties.

So as long as there’s public transportation, who cares about broken car elevators, huh? “Sorry, resident, your car is stuck in the garage because the association can’t afford to fix it. But there’s a bus stop across the street.”

Great argument there, dipsh*t.

Anonymous
Gixxer1000
4 years 11 months ago

Drew,

Automated parking garage systems are redundant where you have multiple elements controlling the same process to provide an alternative in case of failure. Pretty much all major componets have at least one back up system and in some cases up to four.

The result is a system that is so reliabe that they are now building stand alone parking garage for public use. Were talking about random people driving in and parking car their cars. You can’t have a system that can simply brake and a person who needs to retrieve their car is SOL.

Anonymous
AJ
4 years 11 months ago

I Think this is the future. This is how all parking garages will be built due to lack of space. Tokyofication? You can fit as many cars in 3 floors as you are able to do in 9 to 12 decks of parking garages you see in Miami downtown buildings.

Anonymous
What Do You Think
4 years 11 months ago

Since we are talking about garage, let me ask you a question. What is the rational for valet service other than for hotel quests and condo guests? If you are a condo owner and paying fees for your second or third garage space, why can’t you park the car yourself in an assigned place or whatever, instead of being dictated to use valet service? Doesn’t this also help defray costs – fewer valet staff, perhaps? (Hope I spelled the word “defray” and the diction is correct) Am I missing some point here? Thanks

Anonymous
Drew
4 years 10 months ago

The rationale: its more cost-effective for the developer – cram more cars in less space (and build more sellable square footage), disregard handicapped space quotas, significantly cut back on other parking garage features (lighting, security cameras, etc).

Also a marketing ploy – buyers initially think it sounds great…but in reality it sucks.

Once the association is turned over to the owners, the developer doesn’t care about the valet co. contracts/staffing concerns.

Anonymous
Gixxer1000
4 years 10 months ago
I don’t understand the rationale of people here to try and paint EVERYTHING as negative. First off developers are supposed to “cram more cars in less space”. There is a zoning code that dictates how many parking spaces must be built and to what size. So if regulations say they shouldn’t build more and the market doesn’t dictate they build more then why should they? To please some random idiot on a blog. In most cases if you have an assigned parking spot then you park it yourself unless you’re talking about a really high end building. An acquaintance I… Read more »
Anonymous
Relocation
4 years 10 months ago

How are the schools in this neighborhood?

Anonymous
gables
4 years 10 months ago
Gixxer, developers build to the requirements of the initial buyer in a condo. In the past, this has often been an investor who has absolultely no intention of living, or even renting, in that building. They do not care about parking, so neither does the developer. The gripes come from the end users a few years down the road, who have to deal with lack of parking, or pay to park in their own building. Economically it is not a burden, but the psychology is really bad. I would never buy a condo without at least one spot, and you… Read more »
Anonymous
Gixxer1000
4 years 10 months ago
Again I really don’t see how that is the developers problem. First off as I pointed out earlier there are zoning requirements that dictate how many park space they HAVE to build. They are simply following the rules. If more parking is required then people should either argue for a higher requirement in the zoning or pay more for it. Obviously the market is dictating that they don’t care about parking as much as you indicate. No one is forcing the end user to buy the condo. In your scenario the developer builds it knowing the investor will buy it… Read more »
Anonymous
What Do You Think
4 years 10 months ago

I have witnessed at first hand. Think of the plight of some residents. They have to unload all their grocery bags at the lobby area and carry them to their unit via an additional valet service or carry them by themselves in a huge shopping cart provided at the front desk. This is only because they cannot take their car all the way to the floor of their unit unlike the primary resident(s). This just does not make sense to me since they are paying for their garage space.

Anonymous
Gixxer1000
4 years 10 months ago

The reason that residents do this has NOTHING to do with valet or the number of parking spaces.

No matter how many parking spaces you build your never going to have parking spaces above a certain level. So all the units above around the 15th level are NEVER going to have a parking space on the same floor as their unit.

Once again people complaining without thinging things through. Would you really want to drive up 30 floors to park near your unit everyday?

Anonymous
gables
4 years 10 months ago
Gixxer, it is not the developers problem unless they are concerned about long term reputation. I am not saying a developer has to do any of this. But if they don’t, i can certainly sh!t on their ability to identify and address an owners long term desires. obviously you have not been taught to worry about long term reputation, just profit today. and you are not alone. but i can certainly sh!t on that viewpoint as a consumer. “The parking here is no different than any other major city”. No kidding. That does not mean it is good, or that… Read more »
Anonymous
Gixxer1000
4 years 10 months ago
Again you seem to not understand how a free market works. Developers do exceed the code when there is a willing buyer that is able to pay for it. 700 Bicayne will likely have numerous 3 bedroom units with additional parking spaces because the developers have identified a market for that product. Let’s say a developer knows he can only sell a unit with one parking space for $250 SF and he can get $300 SF if he builds two parking spaces. But it takes an additional $75 SF to build the additional space. He’s not going to spend an… Read more »
Anonymous
gables
4 years 10 months ago
Gixxer, I understand how a free market works. And I understand the economics of why a developer will build for sale today rather than what an end user might actually want tomorrow. But that does not change the fact that in 5 or 10 years, when people in the building are griping about the lousy parking in the building, they will blame the developer who designed the sh!tty parking layout. they are not going to say “gee, our parking is piss poor because developer xx decided the consumer demand for new product in 2011 only dictated a need for 1… Read more »
Anonymous
Renter Tom (now owner)
4 years 10 months ago
Gixxer (aka “this blog is my life”) obviously needs a life to repeatedly defend obvious parking problems. The bottom line is a valet set up (esp with tandem and/or stacked) saves the developer tons of money and sometimes is initially perceived as a luxury until people actually LIVE the mandatory valet service. I personally don’t want to have different people driving my vehicle….I’ve witnessed valets driving…nor do I want to have to pay (and tip) to wait for my vehicle. Plus you gotta lock up your stuff just in case. WHAT A PAIN! Zoning mandates MINIMUM parking requirements which developers… Read more »
Anonymous
What Do You Think
4 years 10 months ago

Gixxer, (I just came back from the Spa.) It is so funny. I was just realizing that that no elevator goes up that high and how dumb I was to make the comment. I am just still learning about the condo living. I just wanted know why not all residents self-park their own cars. I will find that out sooner or later or one way or other. Thank you

Anonymous
Gixxer1000
4 years 10 months ago

No problem, and don’t worry many people are in your shoes. That is part of the problem and why you see people like gables making comments that basically all cities have bad parking. People have become so accustomed to cars and the way things work in the suburbs so they have to adjust to how things are in the city.

Anonymous
gables
4 years 10 months ago
Gixxer, you seem confused by public transit and parking. for one thing, miami does not have a public transit system which eliminates the need for a car. you may be able to minimize your use of a car in some circumstances-such as taking the metro from brickel to um. but living in miami certainly requires a car to take advantage of all it has to offer. and you need a spot to park your car. there are very few cities in the us which allow one to live without a car, and maintain an upscale standard of living. miami is… Read more »
Anonymous
Gixxer1000
4 years 10 months ago
I don’t think I was talking about eliminating a car. The argument here is about have 2nd, 3rd, 4th, etc. parking spaces. The current code most of downtown is 1.5 parking spaces plus an additional 10% for visitors. So given that about 50% of units are 1 bdr and the rest are 2+ bedrooms that basically boils down to 1 car for a 1 bedroom and 2 cars for everything else which isn’t that bad for downtown. I know more than a handful of young professional couples that have only 1 car per household. One guy lives and works in… Read more »
Anonymous
gables
4 years 10 months ago
Most places i have looked at have 2 bedrooms with 1 parking space. Maybe i am just looking at the wrong places. the people you noted with just one car, is it because they only want one car, or they do not have the space for the second car? people will adapt to what is provided, but it doesn’t mean they like it. manhattan does not compare to miami-this has been discussed ad nauseum on this site. you paint the picture that people do not want cars. and i disagree. it is just not an option for them, since it… Read more »
Anonymous
What Do You Think
4 years 10 months ago

I meant to say above that the garage ends around 15th floor. I should take a hike.

Anonymous
Marcelo
4 years 10 months ago

Miami has no good public transportation. One day, may be, we will have a reliable public transportation and we will not have to depend on cars so much. But I dont see that happening in the near future. I see more and more cars on the streets. Rush hours have extended to all day long.
I hope the authorities do something about it soon. I love Miami…

Anonymous
Gixxer1000
4 years 10 months ago
Were slowly getting there. People use public transportation out of necessity not by choice. If people in cities with better public transportation had a more economical/convienent way to drive then they would. When I rode the metrorail to UM part of it was because I was already used to a riding the train and therefore it didn’t have the negative connotation that it does among many people here but it was also because it was MORE convienent. The traffic on US-1 is horrible so I could actually get to school faster. Had the traffic on US-1 not been as bad… Read more »
Anonymous
Gixxer1000
4 years 10 months ago
“the people you noted with just one car, is it because they only want one car, or they do not have the space for the second car? people will adapt to what is provided, but it doesn’t mean they like it.” It’s because they either don’t have the space or can’t afford the space. That’s what I’m trying to tell you. It’s impossible to create a dense urban area where there are 2 and 3 cars per every household without complete gridlock. I guess we could go into South Beach and buildoze buildings to build wider roads but once your… Read more »
Anonymous
Drew
4 years 10 months ago
“Many people seem to have this baby boomer mentality where they think the entire world revolves around them and they are entitled to everything. They moved to the suburbs because they felt that everyone deserves a big mansion with a back yard and picket fence.” Seriously? I’ve never heard that theory and never heard of this “baby boomer mentality.” People moved to the suburbs b/c they felt they deserved a mansion? What about the real reasons: more space for a family, better schools, convenience and safety. But according to you people move to suburbes b/c of a sense of entitlement.… Read more »
Anonymous
Gixxer1000
4 years 10 months ago
First off I didn’t say it was the only reason the moved to the suburbs. The end of WWII, the creation of the highway, dirty inner cities, schools as you mention all led to people leaving the cities. In some cases it made sense to move to the suburbs. But as more people moved the development followed and then other people felt they deserved to have the same. Never mind that they worked in the city, they too should have the Amarican dream. Next thing you know people are sitting for hours in traffic. Are you telling me you’ve never… Read more »
Anonymous
Alexis
4 years 10 months ago

The amount of time Gixer spends on here arguing with any and everyone is impressive.

Anonymous
Renter Tom (now owner and also vehicle owner...sometimes even 2 or 3!)
4 years 10 months ago
Whatever….I’m sure many of us have read all about the “new urbanism” like 20 years ago. No need to constantly preach what you are JUST NOW learning in school. Get down from the soapbox and get real. Not having two parking spaces for condo designed for a two person professional couple, with or without kids, makes these things largely unlivable as a primary residence or they get rented out to younger people that couldn’t afford to buy one. The better new urbanism creates walkable areas, creates landscapes to pedestrian scale, etc. and hides the plentiful vehicle parking instead of as… Read more »
Anonymous
Renter Tom (now owner)
4 years 10 months ago
Whatever….I’m sure many of us have read all about the “new urbanism” like 20 years ago. No need to constantly preach what you are JUST NOW learning in school. Get down from the soapbox and get real. Not having two parking spaces for condo designed for a two person professional couple, with or without kids, makes these things largely unlivable as a primary residence or they get rented out to younger people that couldn’t afford to buy one. The better new urbanism creates walkable areas, creates landscapes to pedestrian scale, etc. and hides the plentiful vehicle parking instead of as… Read more »
Anonymous
Gixxer1000
4 years 10 months ago
“Not having two parking spaces for condo designed for a two person professional couple, with or without kids, makes these things largely unlivable as a primary residence or they get rented out to younger people that couldn’t afford to buy one.” If you don’t work downtown then what is the dire need for a younger couple to live downtown. There are plenty other less urban spaces like Coral Gables, Dadeland, Midtown, etc. Furthermore why can’t the couple simply do what I do and pay $150 for an additional parking spot????? “The better new urbanism creates walkable areas, creates landscapes to… Read more »
Anonymous
Joe
4 years 10 months ago
Wow, I took a month off from reading this blog (after it was very slow) and Gixxer has managed to become even MORE insufferable. Amazing. Every time someone posts a two-sentence comment, Gixxer posts a 10-PARAGRAPH reply. It’s unbelievable. For someone who sees himself as a visionary, he seems to be a little slow. I would have thought he learned his lesson back when he claimed traffic in So. Fla. wasn’t a big deal (remember that? ha ha ha), but now he’s claiming the lack of parking is an “amenity”? Seriously, what the hell is wrong with this guy? Anyone… Read more »
Anonymous
Gixxer1000
4 years 10 months ago
Where have I stated that the condos weren’t built for flippers? But regardless every major city has a similar situation. So either this is just the natural order of things or 95% of all condos in all cities were built by greedy flipping developers. And condo flipping doesn’t explain anything. Even if you are only building a condo to flip it you would think an investor would rather buy a unit with two parking spots instead of one if the end user is ultimately willing to pay for it. And my argument has consistently been that end users in most… Read more »
Anonymous
What Do You Think
4 years 10 months ago
Experts see investment wave in downtown Miami, Brickell By Scott Blake The Brickell and Downtown neighborhoods are bucking the slow economy and are on the verge of an even bigger wave of development that will present new demands and opportunities for Greater Miami, according to industry experts. “We’re seeing a wave of investment the quality and size of which we’ve never seen before in this area,” said Neisen Kasdin, chairman of land use and entitlements at the Miami law firm Akerman Senterfitt. Mr. Kasdin noted his involvement in Malaysia-based Genting Group’s plan for a $3 billion-plus casino resort called Resorts… Read more »
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