1100 Millecento To Announce Retail Tenant Soon, Closings To Begin Next Month

Construction is nearly complete at Related Group’s 1100 Millecento condo project, and closings are expected to begin in mid-January.

The developer is now finalizing a deal with tenants for retail space at the project, and deal will be announced soon. At least one of the new tenants will benefit from outdoor seating on South Miami Avenue.

1100 Millecento will include 382 condo units in a 42-story tower. It was designed by architect Carlos Ott, with interiors by Pininfarina.

 

 





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Anonymous
6 years ago

looking great…hopefully they get a great tenant for that sidewalk space.

Anonymous
6 years ago

Great Ground Floor..we’ll connected to the urban fabric!!

Ed
6 years ago

Walked by the building today and it’s interesting how the louvres with planting all around the parking of building that was on the model they presented at sales opening was replaced by 10 mini plants LOL. I guess Jorge ran out of money because no way this looks nicer.

Dave
6 years ago

That’s called profit over quality. Jorge is only interested in throwing up nice buildings that make him good money but he has no intention of being known as a world class developer like Ugo Colombo, Swire, PMG. That’s fine and to each their own. Just interesting to see the work ethic of Miami developers vs those outside of Miami.

Brickell Broker
6 years ago

great looking building
My buyers are happy as hell…they bought for $400 a sft and just across the street with less views Flatiron is selling for $650.
Thanks Related!!

Dave
6 years ago

oh yeah, that definitely is a good price. It paid off to believe in Brickell when the rest of country was still in recession! That’s also probably why they have cut out the exterior parking garage landscaping . Hopefully, they don’t cut out much of the original interior design/finishes. Even though an older building, Axis right behind it has all glass from bottom up which looking at both buildings from the outside Millecento doesn’t look so much better. Perhaps the interior will set them apart from Axis (other than it being 6 years newer).

Marc305
6 years ago

Although I love Millecento, I tell my buyers that if they purchase there, they should do it for the location not the views. You already have Axis on the west, Flatiron will be on the east, and it will not be very long before someone buys Apollo Bank and builds another sky scrapper there.

Anonymous
6 years ago

Great job Related!
Great looking building, steps away from BCC at a great price.

Dave
6 years ago

That whole block is ending up to be retail all around. Axis has retail on 10th street that wraps all the way around to 11th. I saw construction going on in 2 spaces there to add to the existing 3 restaurants. With the addition of Millecento a huge plus to that block.

Anonymous
6 years ago

the newest and most beautiful building in South Miami avenue…well done

Dev1
6 years ago

Lol….Anonymous works in Related’s social media dept.

Ed
6 years ago

Could be! But he/she does have a point at least until SLS and Brickell Heights go up.

Anonymous
6 years ago

agreed…imagine how South Miami Avenue is changing with Michael Schwartz and Jose Andres restaurants at SLS Brickell, Equinox and Soul cycle and 50,000 sft of office and retail in Brickell Heights plus a Katsuya and 15,000 sft restaurant at SLS Lux.
plus whatever happens at Bond and Flatiron ground floors.

South Miami Avenue will definetly become the Lincoln Road of Brickell anchored by Brickell Citycenter.

Anonymous
6 years ago

Imagine all those people flooding into Brickell, excited to eat their award-winning food and buy their luxury goods, and running smack dab into traffic…not just the standard traffic that takes 15 minutes to simply get into Brickell, but traffic backed up about a half hour because a pleasure boat decided to cruise under the bridge.

Nice hype piece, but everyone already knows that Brickell only works for people who never leave Brickell. Doubt tourists want to pay $50 to wait in a cab.

Dave
6 years ago

There is a free trolley system which I ride daily from Brickell to Downtown and half, sometimes more than half are tourists in the afternoon. There is also a metromover that as you may know already services downtown/bayside which is a major draw for tourists. Once Brickell City Center is up the GMCVB and DDA, together with city, will start promoting the heck out of City Center and therefore all the public transportation options. There will be no lack of tourism to this area.

I certainly agree with what you are saying about traffic and how it will just get worse but that won’t stop people from coming. I prefer getting stuck in traffic of a few blocks then heading down US1 to Dadeland or the traffic to get into Aventura Mall.

Ed
6 years ago

Until the city decides to fix landscaping and make those sidewalks pedestrian friendly it will fall short of a Lincoln Road. Sidewalks are like 4 feet wide in some sections of S. Miami Ave, they are uneven and it just looks awful – badly maintained.

Anonymous
6 years ago

forgettable design