Brickell Development With 105 Luxury Condos Breaks Ground

The developers of 2200 Brickell held a groundbreaking ceremony this morning.

The 5-story development includes 105 luxury condos priced from $1.2 million.

Aria Development Group, Largo, and Place Projects are the developers.

Revuelta is the architect, with interiors by ODA New York.

Completion is planned for 2026.

 


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More Density
27 days ago

Can we get more of this please in so many parts of the city that need filling in? Wynwood Norte, Little Havana, and Overtown just to name a few.

Anonymous
27 days ago

100% agree. Wynwood Norte and Little Havana have so much potential.

Rob
27 days ago

Wynwood Norte, I can’t stand that name. But other than I agree a 100 percent

Anonymous
27 days ago

I love it! Perfectly combines the two existing cultures.

Anonymous
26 days ago

Wynwood what? I’m pretty sure north of Wynwood is the Design District and Buena Vista, and Shadowlawn, which are completely different neighborhoods.

Anonymous
26 days ago

Also, Palm Grove and Lemon City and Little River.

Anon
27 days ago

Shame they cut down mature trees that were on the sidewalk – very sad they couldn’t have worked around them.

Concentrist
27 days ago

I am shocked the city allowed that to happened. Those beautiful trees were part of the legacy of this city and make south Brickell Ave a special and historic stretch of road. Shame on all those that allowed!

anon
27 days ago

Watch them get replaced by hideous gray live oaks and turf grass. 🙄

Anonymous
26 days ago

Live oaks are the best shade trees when they mature. Pray the replacement isn’t palms.

Anonymous
26 days ago

If the city cared about its heritage, we wouldn’t see historic mansions in Shenandoah and Beacom Manor demolished for McModerns.

Anon
27 days ago

Very pretty – there should be more like this in that area and less single family homes

Anonymous
26 days ago

Last time I checked, there are no single-family homes on the street where this is located, and blocks to the northwest are established neighborhoods that won’t change their character to fulfill your wet dream.

Melo is sigma and Chad
27 days ago

2026 for this short and small building …

Cover the podiums
27 days ago

These are ultra luxury so the finishes will take forever

Anonymous
27 days ago

Class over sass.

Anonymous
26 days ago

Yep, classy buildings don’t have basketball courts or soccer fields.

anonymous
27 days ago

I. Love. This. Project! Multiply these through the city, especially around Brickell, Wynwood, The Roads, and Edgewater!

Anonymous
27 days ago

Awesome! Lots more work to do on Brickell Ave to bring it into this century, but this is a great start!

Cover the Podiums
27 days ago

The need to change the zoning south of 15th…This is too prime and too in the core to only allow residential

Joseph
27 days ago

Exactly. Right now these 100 condos have nothing near to walk to, it’s just adding traffic for no reason. The bottom floor of this could’ve easily been a grocery store or at least an office space.

Anon
27 days ago

adding traffic “for no reason” … could the reason possibly be 100 additional places people can live near where their jobs are located? crazy idea that people might want to have a shorter commute, whether they walk or drive.

Anne A.
27 days ago

A grocery store doesn’t add traffic?

Anonymous
26 days ago

Absolutely not. It’s zoned that way for a reason, and South Brickell interesting. If you don’t like it, stay north of 15th.

wanderer34
27 days ago

It’s very short for such a prime site. I would’ve preferred taller at least 500′ and the current proposal is very underwhelming, at the least!

Anon
27 days ago

clearly no idea how zoning works and where it exists

Picklebot
26 days ago

But there is only ONE pickle ball court, start over, don’t build it, do more studies. More studies, if you build pickle ball courts, they will come.