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

 

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Dan
6 years ago

If projects like these happen; meaning it comes to reality. Miami can well indeed become the next Manhattan in the upcoming years.

Fernando
6 years ago

Wish Flatiron Park really looked like what rendering shows. It has become an abandoned lot of rocks and dead grass.

Anonymous
6 years ago

it looks like they are developing the back half of the park so the small portion left will maybe be redesigned
to match the new building

Anonymous
6 years ago

Its the unfortunate part though of seeing proposals.

I remember last Boom promised about 5 new tallest buildings that were never built.

Capital Brickell
One biscayne
50 Biscayne
Met3
Empire World Towers….

So the chances are that a similar fate could happen to these.

Marc305
6 years ago

50 Biscayne was built, I lived there for over a year, and Met 3 is 50% completed now.

Anonymous
6 years ago

This building is surrounded by buildings…1010 Brickell and The Bond block completely their views…not selling well last time I checked..probably wont happen near soon..

Peter
6 years ago

I guess the views don’t matter to the buyers as they’re not living in them anyway.

Anonymous
6 years ago

What an amazing project!!! Ugo Colombo’s level of detail is far beyond buyers expectations. Amazing architecture!

Anonymous
6 years ago

The building is in a very small piece of land. Their sales are slow, floor plans are horrible, views are blocked. and units are overpriced. I don’t think they will build it. there are way better alternatives.

XVS
6 years ago

Like what? What alternatives are better?

maningc
6 years ago

Would much rather buy at Sls lux brickell city center and 1010 brickell.

XVS
6 years ago

I’m sure that in an article about SLS or City Centre someone will comment that they’d rather buy at Flatiron.

Anonymous
6 years ago

I truly never understand why conversation delve into where people would buy or what developments are paying highest commissions. Just a random question but how many of you reading are real estate investors or agents???

I’m here mostly from a hobbyist perspective or the architecture and planning side , I truly don’t care about prices per sq ft

Anonymous
6 years ago

long corridors…17 units per floor…looks like a beehive