Construction Permit For Brickell Flatiron Expected Next Month

Ugo Colombo expects to get a construction permit for Brickell Flatiron in January.

A representative for the developer told TNM that sales have been “very good” so far this month.

Construction will begin shortly after the permit has been obtained. A tree permit for the site was already issued in November.

 

 

PreviouslyBrickell Flatiron Rep Says Half Of Units Sold, Groundbreaking By Year End

 

 

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Anonymous
5 years ago

I noticed those big old beautiful trees were torn down last week. Thought they were supposed to be replanted but from what I saw they were chopped up into little pieces. I don’t care about 99% of the trees out there but these were very old, unique and added a lot of character to that part of town. Should’ve been respected more.

Anonymous
5 years ago

wow, i had no idea the removed the trees….sad to see old mature trees gone

Anonymous
5 years ago

They chopped trees down around the SLS Lux sales center too. What a shame.

Danny
5 years ago

Great answer from the Ugo’s sales team.

“very good”

Anonymous
5 years ago

I hope this time is for real

Marc305
5 years ago

I have said it before and I will say it again, this project is happening.

Anonymous
5 years ago

734-foot tower. Nice height for its design.

Anonymous
5 years ago

What an amazing building! Best pre-construction project in Brickell

Anonymous
5 years ago

Do i smell sale center realtor????

Anonymous
5 years ago

has anyone noticed the oyster bar closed across the street? that is a great piece

Anonymous
5 years ago

It is not going to happen… May be in some years with a better market…

Anonymous
5 years ago

It is incredible that they keep pushing this crap! Remember this post,,,”Has anyone seen the site for this project? http://www.brickellflatironmiami.com/ Is it me or are they falsely advertising with that rendering on the homepage? They cut-off the west tower of 1060 Brickell! I guess they don’t want buyers to see that they won’t really have that nice view but instead have a building right in front. Funny how this rendering give you the impression of unobstructed bay views when in reality you will have The Bond and 1010 Brickell blocking that view seen on their homepage (unless you live on floor 50+ and have millions to but those). One other thing to note. More of those views will become nonexistent when Panorama Tower rises 60+ floors behind 1060 Brickell and 60+ floor Echo Brickell goes up next to Four Seasons.”

Anonymous
5 years ago

This clearly must be a realtor on a competing project

marc
5 years ago

Definitely