58-Story SLS Lux Sold Out & Opening Within Weeks: First Look Inside

A penthouse unit at SLS Lux has been sold, making the building fully sold out.

Closing will begin “over the next couple of weeks,” according to a PR firm representing developer Related Group.

SLS LUX BRICKELL IS 100 PERCENT SOLD OUT, CLOSINGS STARTING

SLS LUX is The Related Group’s Fourth Condo Project to Open on South Miami Avenue

MIAMI (February 26, 2018) –The Related Group today announced that the final penthouse unit at SLS LUX has sold, marking the complete sell-out of the 450-unit luxury tower. Closings are slated to begin in the coming weeks, with the hotel and culinary components opening shortly thereafter. SLS LUX marks the fourth Related Group-developed project to open on South Miami Avenue, following 1100 Millecento, sister property SLS Brickell Hotel & Residences, and most recently, Brickell Heights.

“SLS LUX is the final piece of the South Miami Avenue puzzle,” says Carlos Rosso, President of The Related Group’s Condominium Development Division. “The amenities, convenience, and lifestyle that this area offers means buyers aren’t just getting a home, but an entire experience. Our work on South Miami Avenue reflects our commitment as a company to fostering a more walkable and connected downtown, and we look forward to similar projects in the future.”

Situated in the heart of Brickell, just steps from Brickell City Centre and Mary Brickell Village, the 58-story SLS LUX is the latest and most luxurious project from the partnership of sbe Hotel Group and The Related Group. The property offers an unmatched living experience, boasting architecture from the renown Arquitectonica; stunning interior designs from New York-based studio, Yabu Pushelberg; and a suite of amenities designed and managed by sbe, including a rooftop pool, outdoor theatre, rock climbing wall, tennis court, exclusive access to Hyde Beach at the SLS Hotel South Beach, to name a few.

The ground floor of the property will feature Katsuya by sbe—the newest eatery by award-winning Master sushi chef, Katsuya Uechi. With specialty cocktails, rolls and sashimi platters, Katsuya will provide SLS LUX residents and guests with a spectacular culinary experience in a unique high-design setting.

SLS LUX will include a specially curated collection of museum-quality art and a 40,000 square-foot mural on the building’s exterior by famed Argentine artist, Fabian Burgos. Other artists represented in the building’s collection are Colombian master Fernando Botero and prominent Venezuelan lighting artist Ana Isabel Martinez.

Related has also recently begun delivering completed residences at their 470-unit Hyde Midtown Suites & Residences, another project developed in partnership with sbe. Additionally, the firm is slated to complete the highly-anticipated four-tower Paraiso District in the Edgewater neighborhood.

 

photos taken 2/27:

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Anonymous

I already hate myself for doing this, but I’ll finally agree with the chronic complainers on this blog, that sidewalk is way too narrow for the area.

Anonymous

Along with the parking garages complaining people.

Anonymous

But really – a 5′ sidewalk next to a 50 floor building seems insane.

Anonymous

They belong in a cookie cutter suburban development where no one uses them. It’s laughable that the architects proposed and the city approved these.

Anonymous

Landscaping will be torn up on the left side within three months. Do what is done at plaza on brickell and have the trees grated, people are actually able to walk in that area!!

Anonymous

And people wonder why there isn’t much street traffic in Miami? The sidewalks are not conducive for pedestrians.

Anonymous

Those sidewalks belong in a cookie cutter Lennar development not in a big city. The City leadership has no vision.

Anonymous

Add heat and humidity, senseless sprawl, lack of commercial street life and plenty of parking and why would anyone want to walk?

Anonymous

Looks nice I wish I could see more pics or see it in person. What I like the most is judging by the pics it doesn’t look very Miamish and that’s a good thing. Need more projects to be different and stop trying to capture the Miami vibe.

Anonymous

Katsuya will kill it at sidewaqlk level next to Brickell Citycentre

Anonymous

Based on all Related’s pending deliveries and lack of new major project announcements looks like this cycle is on it’s last legs…it’ll be interesting to see the next phase of growth in downtown and Brickell.

Xavier Burns

The pricing is great. Same as the new 100 Las Olas in Fort Lauderdale. Under 600 a square foot.

Anonymous

that sidewalk is pitiful

Anonymous

What happened to the cool “light sculptures”? It’s decent the way it is, but what they were promoting would’ve really made the building pop and be more iconic. https://youtu.be/HJHTQDXo7y8?t=1m13s

BOVO for Mayor

Same thing that happened with the Large SLS sign! Bait and switch my friend! Gotta sell condos some how.

Anonymous

You didn’t buy a Condo because they didn’t give you a sign?
Makes sense.

Anonymous

to much of same about Argentinean artist colorful walls…and too much of Botero’s ugly fat sculptures…well better than nothing…