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Related Group Is Likely To Launch Sales For One Brickell In 3Q 2017

The One is coming after all.

Related Group president Carlos Rosso told TRD last week that the developer will likely launch sales for One Brickell in the third quarter of 2017, as other developers prepare to begin projects including Aston Martin Residences and 1200 Brickell Bay Drive.

Rosso said that people are “blown away” by the Brickell lifestyle.

Last year, the developer had said they were in negotiations for a hotel flag at one of the project’s towers.

One Brickell will include:

  • 75-story, 811-foot hotel and condo tower (first phase)
  • 57-story, 619-foot residential tower (first phase)
  • 82-story, 859-foot tower (second phase)

 

 

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Anonymous
Anonymous

the river with this + the vinoly towers + aston martin will look amazing.

Mike04
Mike04

Glad they will be completing that section of the river walk so we almost have a full loop once the underline park is completed.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Beautiful but not for the entrance of Brickell Avenue…… with all the traffic problems and the bridge access , a narrow street like 5th street ….crazy !!!! What does the traffic department says about it ? …. how do they mitigate costs of the future traffic ?

Anonymous
Anonymous

Yep, people love the traffic lifestyle.

Anonymous
Anonymous

i think if you live out in kendall you love the traffic lifestyle

Alpina
Alpina

Boring to the max!!!!

Anonymous
Anonymous

They are smart. Affordable housing is where it’s at!

Edin
Edin

Beautiful buildings next to ugly
Brickell bridge.
What about long promised beautification of Brickell Avenue???
Miami deserve one,world class Avenue,in a business district,right now Brickell Avenue looks like any ordinary street in Doral or Opa Loca.

Anonymous
Anonymous

You had me until your last sentence. Yes! We do need a tunnel instead of that nasty bridge, but comparing Brickell to Opa locka? Seriously??

Anonymous
Anonymous

Lol

Anonymous
Anonymous

The tunnel idea has been floated for years. The biggest issue is where to connect on the north side. As the road currently stands, there is not enough space so you’re talking a major reroute possibly through part of Bayfront Park. It’s a huge undertaking.

Anonymous
Anonymous

I wonder if this is Carlos Rosso himself responding or whom from the Related clan?

Anonymous
Anonymous

lol

Ilovearchytecture
Ilovearchytecture

Brickell area is nice but by the large amount of money WE the people that live and own property in the area PAY TO THE CITY EVERY YEAR…. we Should have BETTER EVERYTHING …. I wonder where all that money goes
I don’t see better schools
I don’t see that much police protection in the area
I see some improvement on landscaping but NOT THE BEUTIFICATION WE COULD HAVE FOR ALL THE MONEY WE PAY EVERY YEAR

With the money we pay brickell avenue should look like Les Champs Elisees

Anonymous
Anonymous

Property tax rates should be lowered in the Downtown/Brickell neighborhood where values have become so high similar to how Manhattan has lower rates than the other 4 boroughs. Paying tens of thousands of dollars in property taxes each year is ridiculous and will make simply owning these properties unaffordable to most.

Mike04
Mike04

That’s what homestead exemption is for.

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