Three Hundred Collins, Designed by Thomas Juul-Hansen, is 80% Sold
After breaking ground this past February, the boutique luxury residential building Three Hundred Collins is 80% sold, according to a rep from the developer. That leaves only four units remaining in the building: a townhouse, a 4-bedroom unit, a 2-bedroom unit, and the last penthouse. It is scheduled to be completed by September 2017. All of the units have been sold to end users, including first, second, or third (yes, third) home buyers, including restaurateur Myles Chefetz who has like two or three restaurants within blocks of the building including Prime 112, which is supposed to be fantastic, and the Big Pink, which, well, never mind.
Designed by Thomas Juul-Hansen, who interestingly enough is a socialist that is known for his work for the very rich, the building will have a “handcrafted” feel to it, with a minimalist color palette and interesting Amenities include a 75-foot long saltwater pool and hot tub, doorman, fitness center, valet parking, and interesting use of materiality. The landscape design by Urban Robot Associates “embraces local climates, ecologies, and is distinguished by the innovative deployment of native plants and sustainable materials.” Finally, developer JMH Development is donating $20,000 of each contract signed to global nonprofit charity: water to fund water projects in Ethiopia and Nepal.