80-Story Cipriani Residences Condo Tower Announced In Brickell

Brickell is getting an 80-story Cipriani Residences condo tower, according to Forbes.

Cipriani Residences Miami will be located at 1420 S. Miami Avenue, part of a three-tower project planned by developer Mast Capital.

There will be 397 condos, with amenities such as private elevators and ten-foot ceilings.

The Cipriani tower will rise 939 feet above ground. There will also be two other towers in the complex rising 59 and 50 stories, with rental apartments.

Miami’s Urban Development Review Board voted in favor of approving the project at a February meeting.

Construction is expected to begin in late 2022, a representative of the developer previously said. Financing is said to have already been secured.

Arquitectonica is the architect.

 

(images: The Boundary)

 

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Anonymous
2 months ago

In Hialeah the just announced Pollo Tropical Residences!

Melo is sigma and chad
2 months ago

hialeah is getting hundreds of apartments, funny how this city and its residents are ragged on all day but miami gardens and opa locka are far more dysfunctional.

Anonymous
2 months ago

That’s debatable. They’re all dysfunctional. Hialeah is the joke that it is not only bc it’s dysfunctional but because it’s a hotbed of corruption.

Melo is sigma and chad
2 months ago

opa locka is far more corrupt and the state had to tale over some elements of it.

Anonymous
2 months ago

They literally were trying to take away their city charter bc of the corruption (opa loco)

Anonymous
2 months ago

no mess with hialeah papi , construction voom in hialeah papi, construshion everywhere papi hialeah no tacky hialeah classy and speeks the bezz englizs in the world

Azarius
2 months ago

ROtflmao 🤣🤣🥹🤪😭🤧

Anonymous
2 months ago

Every time I see these comments they’re so f’in cringe 😬

Anonymous
2 months ago

Can’t be more cringe than *actual* Hialeah tho

Amogus
2 months ago

I drove through Opa-Locka about a year ago. I drove by this Caribbean restaurant, and I shit you not, there was a rooster in the parking lot entertaining a bunch of kids. I will never forget that sight.

Anonymous
2 months ago

There are roosters in Brickell. No joke.

YoMama
2 months ago

Roosters everywhere in Miami even right next to Design District

Anonymous
2 months ago

Hialeah = where people love endless government handouts (just don’t call it soçialism)

Anonymous
2 months ago

Just don’t call government handouts poverty pimping in Opa Locka and Miami Gardens.

Anonymous
2 months ago

LMAO

Original
2 months ago

Sort of not being allowed to hurt the feelings of those who live in Killaleah.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Cringe

Anonymous
2 months ago

I would love a Pollo Tropical in our building.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Sure, if you like poor customer service and scetchy food.

Not Anonymous
2 months ago

they do make great chicken

Anonymous
2 months ago

This property went from vacant empty lot for years to construction starting in less then a year. Exciting to see

Anonymous
2 months ago

It’s basically the 2016 Chinese proposal, expect watered down replacing one tower with two boring boxes.

Melo is sigma and chad
2 months ago

Expected to start in 2022, now that is what i’m talking about fast paced

Mrrrr
2 months ago

Are they starting with the tallest first or all at once? That would be different down here, they always pull you in with tallest but actually build the shortest first and use the “market” to mayyybe get around to the tallest if at all.

Anon
2 months ago

??? Please give an example… at baccarat they are building the tallest one first

Paul
2 months ago

Brickell City Centre, Brickell Financial Centre, and Metropolitan Miami all had plans for supertalls. None have been built.

Anonymous
2 months ago

One bcc was not part of the original plan. Brickell financial center yes. Met miami project changed drastically from original concept. Met 1 was built to plan. Met 2 is much bigger and has two towers compared to original plan. Met square has rental built on top that was not part of original plan. Met 3 was the only downgrade

Anonymous
2 months ago

Met Square was a major downgrade, architecturally.

Anonymous
2 months ago

None of the proposed supertalls have even went in for permitting. In this coming recession doubtful any will .

Anonymous
2 months ago

Sell out the condo’s use the sales commitments to fund (as collateral for loan) to fund the rental, once they’re underway you then sell the rental towers to an institutional investor, then you walk away with a few hundred million, onto the next project.

Probably the only good thing about the giant spike in the cost of housing down in Miami/South Florida, is that you’re going to have a lot of money coming loose for stalled projects such as this.

Anonymous
2 months ago

I would think that they would build tallest one first so they could use the same crane to make the shorter ones without moving it. But all a guess until they say what they are doing.

Anonymous
2 months ago

I hope they build the tallest first, and then scrap the two boxes for a twin of it.

Chris
2 months ago

This area of Brickell needs some rejuvination. Good news!

ARQmiami
2 months ago

Cipriani residents will have views of Arquitectonica’s best work, just across Brickell. They have not yet come close to recreating the excellence of their early 80s work at the Atlantis, etc.

Anonymous
2 months ago

The ones on the other side will have views of two of their boring dime-a-dozen cigarette boxes also part of the development.

Conno Sir
2 months ago

Gorgeous

Anonymous
2 months ago

…and NOT a box. Nice curves!

anonymous
2 months ago

race to the finish line before they announce all the surrounding high rises…1000 ft YTech tower on the same Brickell block

Anonymous
2 months ago

This site will be completely blocked by the tower on Cerveras site, the Major Groups Tower on Brickell Ave and de Fortunas redevelopment of Segafredo and Noveccento sites accross the street

Calivalle
2 months ago

A beauty…💎💎💎

anonymous
2 months ago

“ten-foot ceilings”!!! how is it that a 10 foot ceilings is news???
this lot deserved a better design.
why did miami’s core ended up with Arquitectonica?
so sad!!!

Anonymous
2 months ago

very nice looking… great shape. looks good so far.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Why does Miami only report a third of their murders, is due to tourists are what. I know Miami gets at least 150 murders a year and Miami Dade gets over 350 murders a year, but the stats don’t show it, why?

Original
2 months ago

Ha!

Sal
2 months ago

Good luck to whoever buys here, it will be hard to move around in a foot of water in less than 20 yes. Miami the next venice??

Anonymous
2 months ago

Is that all Miami builds condos, what happens if there’s is another housing crash. And who could afford to live or buy them, they must not be from South Florida, with wages being so deplorable. Locals are being priced out.

Original
2 months ago

“Is that all Miami builds condos, what happens if there’s is another housing crash”

Miami will get through it just like the city did in all the other housing crashes that happened, even before you were born.

Anonymous
2 months ago

some cities have built units and have a set realistic price, you have to qualify low income give or take, and you have to live in it – no renting allowed. Interestingly enough, when you sell, it has to go to someone who qualified like the current owner and the price is set the same as they bought it plus inflation rate of course. But it gives the general worker a place to live that is not a 2 hr commute (3 by bus).

Anonymous
2 months ago

The better way is to subsidize individuals directly via vouchers. Interfering in the housing market by designating certain units for certain categories of people is done mostly because of the opportunity for graft. It empowers bureaucrats to dispense privileges.

Anonymous
2 months ago

…and what’s your point? You demand affordable housing in a million-dollar location, despite affordable options all along Metrorail stops that aren’t a two-hour commute?

Anonymous
2 months ago

The “general worker” can live in a moderately priced apartment in Kendall, far closer than a 2-3 hr commute, and hi end locations like Brickell will stay hi end.

Laz
2 months ago

I hope the city is doing something when a big storm comes with all of these buildings being built. Best of luck to all future residents.

Gomez
2 months ago

Yes. It’s called the Miami Dade hurricane code.
If you are that worry, move out of our beautiful paradise tropics and go grow potatoes in Idaho.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Dont worry yourself Laz.
They are a step ahead of you. Only one step though.

Frank
2 months ago

I’m sure they have that figured out way before you were put on this earth. SMH!

Laz
2 months ago

Yeah I guess!