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$108M Solitair Brickell Flips The Lights On

Across from Brickell City Centre, Zom’s 438-unit Solitair Brickell rental building has been activating decorative lighting at night as it nears completion.

The project cost $108 million to build, with construction financing provided by JP Morgan Chase.

Project architect Stantec has said that the design of the 50-story tower was inspired by the Medjool Date Palm.

 

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Anonymous
Anonymous

really beautiful…. if your standing on the street looking up the building is really attractive….

Anonymous
Anonymous

*you’re

Anonymous
Anonymous

You are correct…. My bad….

Cobra
Cobra

looking very nice for a rental project

Anonymous
Anonymous

Love the architecture

Anonymous
Anonymous

Pretty building.. will bring many residents to Brickell City Center and Mary Brickell Village.

Marc306
Marc306

The renderings made it seem like the project is on Biscayne Bay, with a park and no buildings around it. Instead, they have the blank and ugly BCC facade in front of them. Classic architect and developer BS.
Miami will continue to be a terrible city urbanistically if the architects can’t think of a building as a greater part of the community, rather than just an object for them to whack off to.
Beautiful tower, but yet another miserable street frontage that will keep people off the sidewalks.

Anonymous
Anonymous

UGH.

Anonymous
Anonymous

When they started the development none of those buildings were there!!!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Lol are you serious? All of the surrounding buildings were well under construction when this was announced.

Miamian
Miamian

I’m sorry! I can’t see! – Stevie Wonder on his renderings

Anonymous
Anonymous

ugly

Anonymous
Anonymous

It’s OK, for what it is… though it would have been nice if the garage was further set back from the street. As a person walking on the sidewalk it’s quite imposing.

Anonymous
Anonymous

there is literally no room for the building to be setback. Its as far back as it can be

Anonymous
Anonymous

zoning should have not allowed.

Anonymous
Anonymous

its not bad, I kind of like it. The only thing that seems off to me is the detailing of the podium. Much more interesting in the rendering versus real life.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Really? Is that it for the “decorative” lighting. So freaking unimpressive.

Anonymous
Anonymous

you are right…i looked at it last night from my building and it actually looks like lights on in the unit itself….the lighting needs to be a different color than white for it to stand out

Anonymous
Anonymous

This building is beautiful.
I will go outside tonight to see the lights.

Anonymous
Anonymous

I feel for you. You must live a terribly boring life if you go out of your way to look up at this specific building.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Tower is ok, looks like a building from the 70 and the renderings are better, specially the podium…

Anonymous
Anonymous

It’s alright, but still the runt of the litter compared to the elegant curvy Brickell Heights and SLS, and Brickell City Center towers with some slant at the top. It might as well be another Icon Bay or Gran Paraiso glorified box in Edgewater, but those are condos so I see what another comment said.

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