Brickell Flatiron Passes $300M In Sales, Gets Construction Loan

$236 million in construction financing was awarded this week to build the 65-story Brickell Flatiron from Bank of The Ozarks and RFR, according to the developer.

The 549-unit project has made significant progress in both sales and construction work.

There is now about $300 million worth of sales at the project, equivalent to about 60 percent of units in contract, a source at the developer said.

When completed, Brickell Flatiron will become the tallest all-condo building in Miami at 734 feet above ground.

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Anonymous
3 years ago

… and most here said this would never happen.

William
3 years ago

I’m not an hugo fan.. but i do admire his push..

Anonymous
3 years ago

To all the pessimists that said this project would never get off the ground, BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!
This will be a stunning addition to our skyline.
Colombo does beautiful projects.

Anonymous
3 years ago

beautiful building and im glad to see it happen….alot of naysayers had this project all but dead not long ago

Anonymous
3 years ago

Southside park is literally 2 blocks west. The park near the icon is 3 blocks east. It’s the middle of downtown and you want another park?

Marc305
3 years ago

I do not hide under an Anonymous moniker. I knew this project would get build from the start and that it would be amazing. The land and the air rights in the heart of Brickell are too valuable to leave a lot empty. For all those people want a park go to Bayfront of closer still Simpson Park problem solved.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Wow! such a visionary!

Anonymous
3 years ago

its laughable when people post that brickell needs park space…first i would love to know the last time they even stepped foot in any of the parks that are minutes away from that area….hop on the free metromover and in minutes youre in front of a large parcel of land…bayfront/museum park………!!!!

Brickellite
3 years ago

I wish this project would have died. Having Flatiron Park in the heart of Brickell would have contributed much more value to our city than another condo building.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Brickell could use some more parks, that’s for sure.

Anonymous
3 years ago

I know, it would be great, except that most people would not go anyway.
Look at the park right by Metrorail. It sits empty most of the time.

mondocondo
3 years ago

Would have only cost the city $23MM. Cheers

Yet Another Anonymous
3 years ago

The smaller triangle is no longer included in the project, and if they demolish their stupid sales center when they’re done with it, it will be a decent size little park.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Look at the plans… I will be some sort of “small” commercial bldg.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Agreed! very nice building… wrong location. The Russian guy kept the nicer lot.