Una Residences Tower Now 85% Sold, With Construction Continuing

Brickell’s 579-foot Una Residences is nearing sellout, and contractors continue to make progress on a giant subterranean parking garage beneath the building.

Approximately 85% of the development’s 135 units have already been sold and are under hard contract, with total sales completed since January 2021 exceeding $154 million, the developer said in a statement.

The sales surge helped the developer secure a $128.3 million construction loan earlier this year.

Contractors are now focusing on building a massive, three-story underground parking garage beneath the complex.

Work began in early 2020, with vertical construction planned for late 2021.

The developer said in April that the project remains on track to come out of the ground by the end of this year as originally planned.

The 47-story tower is scheduled to top off at 579 feet above ground in late 2022, with completion in 2023.

The project is being designed by Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill architecture.

OKO Group and Cain International are the developers.

 

(photos: Ryan Rea)

30 Comments
most voted
newest oldest
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Anonymous
1 month ago

This building will look stunning at the entrance of the Rickenbacker

POLO
1 month ago

A class act all the way!

Anonymous
1 month ago

i like how it will properly defines the skyline to the southern most tip.

Anonymous
1 month ago

yes it will look great i hope it overshadows the eyesores that were built on the southern part of the brickell skyline

Anonymous
1 month ago

Depending on the success of this project specifically as it relates to execution the underground parking and how sustainable it is (after the first major storm) it could revolutionize a welcomed change in how towers are constructed moving forward as nobody wants to see this massive parking podiums. Realistically it will only be for the luxury market due to costs but still a refreshing approach to maximize above ground living space as well as aesthetics.

Anonymous
1 month ago

“nobody wants to see this massive parking podiums”

Really, with everything that’s now going on in the world, you think most people take time to worry about that shit?

Anonymous
1 month ago

You could say that about anything – with all thays going on in the world who cares about the building at all?

Anonymous
1 month ago

Look sfb, we’re talking about “parking podiums.” Tell me something.. where do you park your car?

Anonymous
1 month ago

Ok ok you love parking podiums, great.

Anonymous
1 month ago

^ You “parking podium haters” have been whining about the for years.

Please give it a rest.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Sure, we can set aside the bleakness of Washington’s failures to consider creative alternatives presented by the private sector.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Wtf 🤣

Anonymous
1 month ago

Parking podiums are aspirational.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I aspire to swirl around down multiple floors like a turd going down the toilet

Brooklyn
1 month ago

Yes, you’re right. Nobody wants to pay to excavate and waterproof a multistory underground parking garage too.

Unless your a russian billionaire.

Anonymous
1 month ago

This is an absolute master class.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Stunning. We need these type of designs downtown!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Three story bathtub next to the bay, what could go wrong?

Anonymous
1 month ago

There is actually a significant section of coral rock (a.k.a Miami rock ridge) that runs along the bay in that area. While still a significant challenge, I imagine the solid rock will help stabilize the structure. Anyways, its an ultra luxury building so they can afford the costly upkeep that such an amenity will require.

Anonymous
1 month ago

It’s not solid rock like granite. It’s porous, like coral rock.

Anonymous
1 month ago

It may not be granite, but it is compacted coral that has solidified like concrete over millions of years. As far a South Florida goes, it’s as good as you are going to get.

Anonymous
1 month ago

The OP is likely talking more about flooding. I’m sure there is proper sealing and/or drainage mechanisms to protect a bunch of rich people’s Bentleys and Maseratis.

Anonymous
1 month ago

There are plenty of underground garages in this part of Miami, from southern brickell to coconut groove that is hard rock

Anonymous
1 month ago

Not hard rock. It’s coral rock and that’s porous. Brickell City Center’s underground garage used a revolutionary technique that required freezing the rock so they could pour concrete foundations. Muy costly.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Nyet. Nice looking design but very questionable parking solution. I’d rather have an above ground parking podium.

Anonymous
1 month ago

In that case, go live in an Edgewater box next to a drug rehab facility.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Da

Anonymous
1 month ago

Foolish

Anonymous
1 month ago

A calculated risk. That is how humanity advances, not by “being safe.”

Anonymous
1 month ago

Wow what a bold statement, congrats for nothing