Buyers Have Closed On 44 Units At Nine At Mary Brickell Village In The Past Three Weeks

Closings are now underway at Nine at Mary Brickell Village.

County records show that 44 units have been closed on since March 26, when they began. In total, the project includes 390 units.

The developers of the 35-story project, Lynd and Starwood Capital, had originally planned it as a rental tower called EnV before switching to condos. Pricing is said to average just below $500 per square foot for finished units.

Units sizes range from 744 square feet to 2,098 square feet. Maintenance fees for unit owners will range from $426  to $1,219

 

Update: As pointed out in the comment section by Johnny Wolff, there are already 12 units listed for rent on the MLS at prices ranging from $2,200 to $6,000. There are also 10 units listed for sale, but nine of those appear to be developer units.

 

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Obviously
6 years ago

With Mary Brickell Village and Brickell City Centre, this is going to be one spectacular area.

Danny
6 years ago

Three years later, now this is finishing?

Anonymous
6 years ago

Three years later? Judging by the designs, I thought it took 30 years.

Danny
6 years ago

They really had to take out the EnV as that is clearly not the emotion people were feeling when looking at this thing drag out.

Parking at that building is a beaut.

Ed
6 years ago

Too bad the real thing looks nothing like the rendering. It’s a boring, pathetic block of concrete. Too bad this project didn’t count on great designers and architects. I saw the amenity deck the other day and it’s amazing how all these new buildings that are expecting at least 500 residents to live in them have pools, gyms, etc. the size of what you would expect at a Days Inn. It’s interesting to see how buildings from last cycle (Axis, Infinity, 1010, 500 Brickell, Plaza) offer so much more to residents.

Danny
6 years ago

Unrealistic expectations, cost overruns and delays can be a bummer.

I agree with you completely. It is actually disappointing.

Obviously
6 years ago

I think this condo building blends in very well with Mary Brickell Village.

BinBrickell
6 years ago

I’m really glad you think this, as I recently purchased a penthouse in one of these buildings with spectacular views for $380/sq ft. It’s crazy to me that people are paying $600+/sq ft in these new buildings without any decent views. Either they are going to lose a lot of money or I am going to make a lot in the coming years! Either way, it’s an excellent buyer’s market right now in Brickell’s existing buildings, which are averaging much lower prices per square foot. About 20 months of supply on the market.

Johnny Wolff
6 years ago

Agreed about it looking like “a boring, pathetic block of concrete”. The least exciting of the new developments in my opinion. Already 12 units on the market for rent. 10 for sale.

Anonymous
6 years ago

It was designed as somewhat affordable apartments and they changed business plans to go condos as the market improved. They couldn’t do much to the facade having to go back in front of the DRB so they made up for it with glitzy renderings.

Dave
6 years ago

Those facing East i agree will have spectacular views but other than that I don’t see much going for residents of this building. In addition to few things mentioned above the size, location and design of valet entrance to this place is awful and will become a nightmare once you have even 1/4 of building occupied. This will then have a negative effect on residents exiting parking garage. Getting onto S Miami Ave or 1st Ave on that cross street is impossible and it’s only 1 lane.

Ed
6 years ago

Brand new Millecento has the same issue with valet and perhaps even worse. Valet shares same entrance with resident parking, and entrance isn’t that big. Quality of architects and designers in Brickell has downgraded. They have upgraded in interior design finishes (for some buildings) and they are trying use that as a selling point as clearly resident amenities is null for asking price of new condos.

Johnny Wolff
6 years ago

It’s quite a stretch to say that the east facing units have “spectacular views”. Slivers of water between buildings would be more accurate, and those views will be further obstructed in years to come. Even so, those “spectacular views” are from small windows. Not a lot of natural lighting entering these units when compared to the more modern architecture where floor-to-ceiling glass usage is much more evident. Everything has a market though. It’s good for consumers to have options available at all price levels. It’ll be interesting to see where the dust settles.

Dave
6 years ago

Agree and I take back what I said! I was a little biased because I’m more of a city view vs water. I like the city night lights but you hit the nail with the fact that the building lacks a standard for new and great buildings which is floor to ceiling glass windows and also those balcony railings at Nine are pretty cheap when compared to the all glass railings of true luxury buildings. I think we all agree this building satisfies a market of lower end buildings in a great location that is about the only thing that it can count as a wow factor when promoting.

BinBrickell
6 years ago

Exactly. This building is not high enough to have spectacular views. You have to be in the 40s or 50s to have good views in Brickell. I’m on the 54th for $380/sq ft.

Anonymous
6 years ago

over 310 closings in Millecento