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Market Update: Brickell Condo Sales

January 29, 2016by Sarah Elles Boggs

Many people have been debating recently on the state of Miami’s condo market, and sometimes it is difficult to tell whether they are overly optimistic, pessimistic, in denial or leading us on. Is the market declining? Are we in a bubble? Are we in for a crash? Here are a few notes that we have made about the Brickell condo market that will be of use to residents, buyers and sellers alike.

The statistics listed below are accurate at the time of publishing. For statistics updated daily, visit the building and neighborhood pages linked in this post.


Week in Review: How to Avoid the Federal Disclosure Law for Cash Purchases and Other News…

January 24, 2016by Sarah Elles Boggs

The US Treasury announced this week that starting in March, title companies will be required to disclose the identities of buyers to government regulators for all cash purchases above $1 million in Miami’s residential real estate market. They are hoping to put a stop to illicit funds being laundered through the cash purchases, but effectively are also spooking legitimate buyers who simply do not wish to have their buying habits publicly disclosed.


Brickell Heights Offering Close-Out Pricing & Incentives

January 21, 2016by Sarah Elles Boggs

Related Group’s Brickell Heights has now reached the 35th floor of construction and less than 100 opportunities remain. To celebrate the development’s success, Related Group has opened their close-out incentives with hopes of selling the remaining 10% of apartments as quickly as possible


Brickell City Centre Saves The Trees

January 18, 2016by Sarah Elles Boggs

Of all the developers in the greater Downtown Miami area, we have to give kudos to Swire for their efforts in preserving the oak trees on their development sites. This weekend, they began the landscaping for Brickell City Centre using the existing oak trees from their site that will one day be One Brickell City Centre. As you can see, the project was quite the undertaking but was well worth it for everyone.


Canvas Secures Fannie Mae Approval

January 16, 2016by Sarah Elles Boggs

Just to the west of the Adrienne Arscht Center is Canvas, a 513 unit condo development that is being built as “affordable luxury” to attract the local buyers who are hungry to participate in Miami’s new condo boom. The site work has begun and over half of the residences are currently under contract.


Regalia Introduces a $45 Million Penthouse

January 13, 2016by Sarah Elles Boggs

The penthouse spans the top two floors of the tower and also includes a 6,000+ square foot rooftop pool deck with a 360 degree terrace overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, Intracoastal Waterway, Golden Beach, Miami Beach and the Miami skyline. There are two other terraces, the 43rd floor has a 360 degree terrace and the 44th floor has one that spans 270 degrees.


A First Look at Residence 900 at GLASS in Miami Beach

January 9, 2016by Lucas Lechuga

In case you haven’t heard, GLASS is the newest addition to Miami Beach’s South of Fifth neighborhood. Closings began in October. The 18-story tower – designed by renowned architect Rene Gonzalez – has just ten total units (yes, just 10), each encompassing at least one full floor. Due to its all-glass structure, the building’s natural surroundings are brilliantly integrated into its design, mirroring the sky, sea, and city in all directions.


BrickellHouse Parking Trouble: How Have Sales Values Been Affected?

January 9, 2016by Sarah Elles Boggs

Back in early November, residents at Brickell House condominium in the Brickell Financial District were shocked to receive news from the condo association that their “state-of-the-art” robotic parking system would cease to function due to a disagreement between the builder and the operator of the system.


Introducing an All-New Miami Condo Investments Website

January 7, 2016by Lucas Lechuga

As you may have noticed, there have been some changes recently made to the website. Well actually, there have been a lot of changes made. In fact, what you see before you is an all-new Miami Condo Investments website. Not one single page is the same. From start to finish, the project took 12 months to complete.

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