35-Story Domus Brickell Center Announced, With Sales Now Underway

Developers have announced plans and launched sales for a new 35-story tower called Domus Brickell Center.

Domus Brickell Center is planned to include 579 fully finished and furnished units allowing short term rentals. Prices range from the $500,000’s to $1.5 million.

Brickell’s Metrorail and Metromover stations are a block away from the project site.

The Domus concept is differentiated from condo-hotels and other short term offerings due to a newly created management company that will oversee day-to-day services and ensure top-tier brand standards.

North Development – a joint-venture between Miami developer Ricardo Dunin’s Oak Capital and Peru’s  Edifica, is the developer.

The developer broke ground on its sister project, Domus Brickell Park, which is now approximately 60% sold and slated for completion next winter.

Miami’s Studio Mc+G Architecture is the architect for Domus Brickell Center. Interior design is by Urban Robot Associates, and Thornton Construction Company is the general contractor.

Delivery is planned for the end of 2027.

 

(renderings: North Development)

 

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E A
1 month ago

Agreed

Scott
1 month ago

Agreed. Also, I guess people like buying apartments that are basically hotel rooms.

Melo is sigma and Chad
1 month ago

Good infill for west brickell

Anon
1 month ago

It’s Brickell. And there should be more etching and stone masonry work in the facade but I like overall theme.

Vincent
1 month ago

Everything to the west of the underline and to the east of I95 is West Brickell. It’s a neighborhood within Brickell.

anonymous
1 month ago

West Brickell is exploding

Kurt
1 month ago

What are the boundaries of West Brickell?

Anonymous
1 month ago

The term is often thrown around loosely and subjectively, not widely recognized, sometimes seemingly with the aim to hinder growth, rather than fostering it. Currently, it’s prevalent west of I95, where locals also know it as Riverside or East Little Havana.

Anonymous
1 month ago

While this area is an integral part of Brickell, it’s distinctly separated by the highway from the businesses utilizing west Brickell to the west of I95, as the interior roads and sidewalks don’t connect them.

Vincent
1 month ago

Everything to the west of the underline and to the east of I95 is West Brickell. It’s a neighborhood of Brickell.

Anonymous
1 month ago

The Underline is not a neighborhood divider. It’s a uniter. The Domus property is in central Brickell and shares the same voter district as businesses and residences along Miami Ave, Mary Brickell Village and Brickell City Centre.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I’ve seen businesses here call this East Brickell.

Anonymous
1 month ago

People usually just say “Brickell” instead of using direction labels because it’s a close-knit community in a dense area. However, if they do use direction labels, many see it as:

West Brickell – West of I95

Central Brickell – I95 to Miami Ave

East Brickell – Miami Ave to Brickell Bay Drive

Anonymous
1 month ago

This is in Central Brickell, or just the Brickell neighborhood.

Melo is sigma and Chad
1 month ago

This is what most of West Brickell highrises look like.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Like the design. Good building for western portion of Brickell.

Anon
1 month ago

Another grey stucco rectangle. Are developers allergic to color?

Anonymous
1 month ago

I love how it doesn’t look like raw stucco and instead appears clad in oversized stone tiles – very elegant!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Bye bye little old house..

Anonymous
1 month ago

This Brickell area is one of my favorite parts. The updated design is striking, with vibrant lights and a clear, unified aesthetic. The attention to detail on all sides, along with the classy cool color scheme and high-quality variety of materials, makes it stand out. And let’s not forget those beautiful views and prime location. This one is really peaking my interest!

Anon
1 month ago

Hear that guys? GPT says this grey stucco rectangle is “striking” with a “unified aesthetic”!

Truth Checker
1 month ago

Where did you copy paste that from? That area is nothing like what you describe

Sterling Cooper
1 month ago

Yeah.
Classy cool.

Anonymous
1 month ago

The balcony pattern is truly unique and fresh for Miami. Chic chevron pattern, like a grand staircase to the sky. It’s getting a lot better!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Great name! It reflects the area much better. Being central in Brickell, it’s only a 5-10 minute walk to the BCC.

Dale
1 month ago

East little havana always winning

Anonymous
1 month ago

East Little Havana, the Roads, and Riverside will greatly benefit as Brickell evolves with sophisticated new additions like this one.

Bob Art Guy
1 month ago

I like it at night. I am unsure why developers choose a dark color scheme for their buildings. Guys! It’s Miami. Light, topical colors work best here. That being said, the exterior of this box is quite nice and lovely to view at night.

Anonymous
1 month ago

At night, it will look stunning. Adding subtle color with details and lights can bring the energy you seek even more effectively. During the day, the glass should reflect the white airy clouds, creating a chic atmosphere. It blends well with Brickell’s colors, which is important here. Too much white at this density can be jarring, especially in a modern area like this. Plus all the trims and detailed moldings are white and really pop, giving it sense of depth, which I love to see.

Analyst
1 month ago

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Anonymous
1 month ago

I question your title if this is how you come to conclusions, but I’m happy to teach you a lesson. AI doesn’t have eyes, and it doesn’t love to see anything.

Bob Art Guy
1 month ago

One more point about the area of West Brickell.
If there were a prize to award for who or how to make the ugliest neighborhood, West Brickell would win it. The new monstrosity that has just gone up is the “Gallery”. With a stroke of inspiration, they have now painted this box gray and white. Why not just white? When you have an ugly box… do not make it ugly by adding a more complex palette. All white would be much better. Again, developers need to take a few classes in aesthetics.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Why consider warm greys, soft blues, and a blend of whites a complex color palette? They’re practically the gold standard and among the safest, most visually appealing options. All-white schemes aren’t bad but they’re becoming common, and often leave high rises looking flat and lackluster, particularly when clustered together. The new colors capture the essence of Miami’s beauty, especially in Brickell, where sophisticated expressions of elegance like Mercedes, the Calle 8 building, and the River District are enhancing both street-level interactions and the skyline.

Anonymous
1 month ago

How about a form that isn’t a box with silly “stepped” facade?

Sterling Cooper
1 month ago

Really?

You think that West Brickell would lose in an Epic Rap Battle of Ugly Neighborhoods v Opa locka ??

Anonymous
1 month ago

It’s not a distinct neighborhood but two blocks within Brickell. The development journey started 20 years ago with the adjacent Mary Brickell Village, followed by Brickell City Centre a decade ago. Now, as we reach another ten-year milestone, more residents and businesses are flocking to Brickell, continuing the development momentum and contributing to its status as a vibrant Miami neighborhood.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Looks like a sweet treat I’d order at a Michelin star restaurant, perhaps in this building. Quite the delight.

Evan
1 month ago

Wonderful infill

Cover the Podiums
1 month ago

A cereal box with no parking is better than a cereal box sitting on top of 100ft “artistic mural” parking garage

Anonymous
1 month ago

Nice to see the liner trims all lit up at night in this part of Brickell. Gives it such a dreamy city vibe.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I love the name and it’s origin story! It fits right in here:

“In ancient Rome, the domus (pl.: domūs, genitive: domūs or domī) was the type of town house occupied by the upper classes and some wealthy freedmen during the Republican and Imperial eras. It was found in almost all the major cities throughout the Roman territories. The modern English word domestic comes from Latin domesticus, which is derived from the word domus. Along with a domus in the city, many of the richest families of ancient Rome also owned a separate country house known as a villa.”

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Domus

Anonymous
1 month ago

Rome had great architecture, unlike this building.

Scott
1 month ago

Yes. Why can’t some of these building evoke great architecture. I feel like only 1 in 10 is a ‘wow’!

Anon
1 month ago

If the city invested more in the infrasteucture and didn’t rely on developers maybe it would be better but it’s just as good as everything else in Miami if not better than most.

Sterling Cooper
1 month ago

Do you figure that the richest families will move from Brickell Avenue because the name of this building is so compelling?

Anonymous
1 month ago

Does anyone even think about that here? We’re all lucky to live in such a beautiful area. For me, I just want to see Brickell looking complete, with lovely sustainable streetscapes, and watch our community thrive with good job opportunities and new residents who appreciate our city.

Anonymous
1 month ago

❤️ING these new projects in Brickell

Anonymous
1 month ago

You know, if the top articulated parallel with that cheesy staircase theme, it would be a decent building. Otherwise, it’s another box inferior to the old houses and tree that exist on the property.

Anonymous
1 month ago

This building is inferior to the old house that it is replacing?.the old house did not stop this neighborhood from becoming a red light district in the 90’s. These boxes are transforming west Brickell, give it a couple of years and you will see

Celebrate Public Transportation
1 month ago

Wow!! No parking or very little parking. Grey achievement so people can utilize public transportation and foot traffic. This is great!!

CERTIFIED BRICKELL BOI (is back)
1 month ago

at least it’s in little havana and not brickell 😅

Anon
1 month ago

Orgullo Cerrúano 🛖 🐒 🇵🇪

Matilda
1 month ago

Centro number 2

Anonymous
1 month ago

Isn’t this too close to neighboring buildings? Maybe it should be ten floors shorter to fit in on this block.

Anonymous
1 month ago

What will happen to the old, tiny affordable building between the new luxury high-rises? It will be totally overshadowed, devoid of any sunlight. Maybe it should be bought for the new project now or turned into a park, as it’s too small for this assemblage to support much else going forward.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Can the city eminent domain it and work it into the RTZ zoning arrangement as a park?

Anonymous
1 month ago

Looks so glassy but not boring with all glass.

*Name
1 month ago

The lighting looks great as does the rooftop amenity.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Love the new street lights and paver crosswalks! This avenue is due for a grand update 🤩