Brickell Flatiron has reached completion, becoming the fourth tallest building ever built in Miami and the tallest all-condo building south of New York.
Hundreds of new residents will now begin moving into Brickell, with closing about to begin. A total of 527 residential units were built at Flatiron, of which 95 percent are sold.
Americans are the dominant buyers at Flatiron. Approximately 70 percent of the building’s buyers came from U.S. markets.
The tower is 64 stories and 736 feet above ground. Only three towers in Miami are now taller: Panorama Tower (868 feet above ground), Four Seasons (around 800 feet above ground), and the Southeast Financial Center (764 feet above ground).
A popular London-based Japanese entertainment restaurant concept will occupy the ground level. It will be located in a 24,800 square foot ground-floor retail and restaurant condo that was sold to Elysee Investments for $22.5 million.