50-Story Solitair Brickell Now Open: First Look

Another big Brickell apartment building is now complete, and hundreds of residents are about to move in.

Solitair Brickell, a 50-story, 555-foot tower, opened its doors for the first time last week.

The project includes 438 units, with pricing starting around $3 per square foot. Residents have access to a 9th-floor bar lounge, a 48th-floor billiard lounge, TV lounge, and rooftop pool.

JP Morgan Chase and AIG provided $108.5 million in construction financing.

Construction began in June 2015, and took about 32 months.

Stantec designed the building, and took inspiration from the Medjool Date Palm.

 

below photos via zom/solitair:

 

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Anonymous
2 years ago

Location location location.. rent is going up.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Not sure what you mean with “rent is going up”… with Panorama Tower opening, along Brickell Heights, 1010 Brickell, BCC, and SLS… most likely renters will have two years of very low rents…

Anonymous
2 years ago

“Very”?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Umm supply and demand….

Anonymous
2 years ago

Abundant amount of retail and restaurants in this area.. amenities everywhere you look.

Anonymous
2 years ago

I’m glade you mentioned that. So many people got this notion that it’s all about being on the waterfront.

Anonymous
2 years ago

security/rates

Anonymous
2 years ago

It really is for high end South Florida property. Don’t let anyone fool you with marketing BS. Location, Location, Location.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Yeah, but no real jobs. Who can afford these places working at a retail shop in BCC.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Who said these places were built for the minimum wage earner?

Anonymous
2 years ago

My job is real. People who work in the Brickell Financial District tend to make more than most people in Miami-Dade County.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Goes to show how ignorant you are about working in the retail market. Most of those stores in BCC are high end, meaning those reps/managers work off decent commissions. They can make anywhere from 50-100k a year. I’ve worked in high end retail. They can definitely afford a 1900 dollar rent which is the cheapest in Solitair. Research before you speak

Anonymous
2 years ago

Nice!!!!

Magazine
2 years ago

Traffic has certainly improved post construction. Once SLS opens, that will be a very nice corridor going down towards Brickell Ave.

gio
2 years ago

how many apt of each line, do they have?
any one knows?
what floors are typical and which ones are not, and have the PHs?

wait
2 years ago

12 per floor

Anonymous
2 years ago

Wow! Anonymous. How much is DEVELOPER paying You? You have no idea about the destruction of Brickell. From high end residential to money laundering foreign developers.
Brilliant!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Please provide evidence and more than just one instance.

Anonymous
2 years ago

What’s up with the fake units on the parking podium? Thumbs down.

marc
2 years ago

So you prefer a parking podium look like a proper parking podium? Ok

Anonymous
2 years ago

I prefer a city without streets lined with parking garages.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Well move to New York and take the subway in the freezing cold

Anonymous
2 years ago

Easy fix, take your time machine and go to 2068. By then all cars should drive themselves and just drop you off where you want to be, without parking. If you don’t have a time machine, deal with it or move somewhere else.

Oscar
2 years ago

Should be commercial or retail

Anonymous
2 years ago

There is retail on the ground floor. It always looks better when a garage is fully incorporated in a design and you can’t even tell it’s there. But this is a far more successful design than so many which leave the cars and ugly florescent lights visible at night.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Damn that, what’s up with the real pool with real water in it? Thumbs down.

305
2 years ago

did you want headlights and Honda logos or taillights and Florida tags?