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With One Third Of Units Reserved, Brickell Flatiron Begins Conversion To Contracts

Brickell Flatiron developer CMC Group claims to have a third of units reserved, and is now converting reservations to contracts:

 

CMC GROUP’S NEW CONDO TOWER, BRICKELL FLATIRON, BEGINS CONVERTING RESERVATIONS TO CONTRACTS

Developers Ugo Colombo and Vladislav Doronin Prepare to Commence Construction

On New Luxury High Rise

Miami, FL – CMC Group announced today that they have begun the conversion of reservations to contracts for their new downtown Miami luxury condominium, Brickell Flatiron.

Developed in partnership with Ugo Colombo, Founder of CMC Group and international investor, Vladislav Doronin, President of Capital Group, the 64-story slender glass tower containing 548 units will be one of the tallest residential properties in Downtown Miami.

In addition to its significant impact on Miami’s skyline, Brickell Flatiron is also enhancing the Brickell area by bringing the work of legendary artist Julian Schnabel to its community through the recently opened sales gallery which doubles as a public art space.

“Our goal with each of our developments is to not just build a building, it is to create a significant cultural landmark which engages the community and enhances the neighborhood. The design concept for Brickell Flatiron was for the building to be seen as a piece of art in itself, both inside and out,” said Colombo.

Designed by architect Luis Revuelta, Brickell Flatiron’s architectural design touts flowing curvilinear forms, which accommodate spacious floor plans. The details of residential interiors were very careful selected using the highest quality materials.

“We’re eager to be moving ahead with converting our early reservations to contracts at Brickell Flatiron,” said Vanessa Grout, President of CMC Real Estate. “All of the units released by the developer at this stage are completely reserved. This represents one third of the project total. We look forward to seeing our sales momentum continue and are so pleased with the early response.”

Julian Schnabel, known for his unique use of color, design and form— demonstrated by his work on the interiors at NYC’s Gramercy Park Hotel— has also been commissioned to design Brickell Flatiron’s lobby and public spaces. Brickell Flatiron’s interior spaces will showcase grand original pieces of artwork, furnishings, paneled wood ceilings and customized sconces and fireplace.

“Julian was the perfect partner for us on this project,” said Doronin. “It was important for us to work with an artist who is as bold as the project. As longtime admirers of Julian’s art, we deeply appreciate his unique aesthetic and his use of layers, texture and interplay of bold colors. His design philosophy is really in line with what we wanted to achieve with this artful building.”

 

 

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Anonymous
Anonymous

good luck…doubt it

XVS
XVS

Quite a velocity of sales! Less than a week ago it was alleged that only 15% of units were reserved.
This building will be fully sold out by the time it’s finished up.

Anonymous
Anonymous

What an amazing project! Probably the best architecture in Brickell

Marc305
Marc305

“Brickell Flatiron developer CMC Group CLAIMS to have a third of units reserved”…. “claims” – really? This is Ugo Colombo, the same guy who built Epic, Bristol Tower, and The Santa Maria just to name a few. With a track record like that I don’t see why you doubt his next project. The top 20 floors of Flatiron will probably go first because they are the ones with a view that will tower over all existing buildings, including The Bond and Millecento.

Obviously
Obviously

Also Marc305, with the transformation that Brickell is constantly going on, it’s making selling almost anything in this building that much easier for you and others in your line of work.

Marc305
Marc305

Exactly! This building will be sold out by the end of the year, if not sooner!

BinBrickell
BinBrickell

I was in agreement with you on this but today I stopped by their sales office and the agent confessed they were still less than 30% sold (3 months after they announced they were one/third sold). The prices they are asking are way too high. The sales agent said they are planning to break ground in June but I’m starting to doubt this one is going to happen for real.

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