Brickell Flatiron Moving Forward Without Allen Morris Park

Developers of the 552-unit Brickell Flatiron are proceeding with plans to build the tower without using land that is currently Allen Morris park.

In 2006, the city approved a MUSP for an Enrique Norten-designed tower at the site which excluded the park land. The developers intend to submit a modification to the MUSP that largely retains the original footprint of the tower, regardless of the outcome of a lawsuit by Allen Morris against the city over the park.

Groundbreaking for the 65-story tower is set for January 2015. Reservations are currently underway, and a sales gallery will open in October.


Previously: Allen Morris Wants Brickell Flatiron Park Back