Le Parc at Brickell Scores Temporary Certificate of Occupancy
West of Brickell’s Simpson Park, construction has just finished at Le Parc at Brickell, which has received its Temporary Certificate of Occupancy says Realtor Christopher Adeleke, Le Parc In House Agent. Le Parc is ‘officially’ done, and buyers are beginning to move in. Simultaneously, a brand new model show unit has been furnished and designed by Ligne Roset, highlighting the sales push for Le Parc’s remaining units. Pricing information is below.
The most important aspect of Le Parc is actually just right there in its name: the park, and its location in a relatively hidden corner of Brickell, which a long time ago a blogger once dubbed the Simpson Park Triangle. “The building really becomes alive with all the greenery of the Park in the East, and the dynamic city landscape in the West.” says Adeleke. Le Parc at Brickell is an urban infill linkage between the old growth hammock of Simpson Park, and the quiet urbanity of the Simpson triangle.