Demolition Completed At Visions at Brickell Station Site

Demolition has been completed at the Visions at Brickell Station, where a construction permit is pending.

A demolition permit was issued in January, while the construction permit for the new building has been in review since December. A private provider is being used for the new construction permit.

Visions at Brickell Station is planned as an 8-story condo-hotel called with 111 units.

Urban Network Capital Group is the developer, with Peru’s V&V Investments an investor in the project, along with other private investors.

DTI Architects is the architect.

 

(photo: Rob Newcorn)

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Anonymous
22 days ago

Great design! Glad to see more chic new designs pop up in this area, helps revive some of the streetscapes.

Anonymous
22 days ago

Loving how much green space is being preserved, which buffers Brickell from the highway and makes walking here feel cozy, like an escape from city hustle.

Anon
22 days ago

So cozy!!!

Cover the Podiums
21 days ago

well that’s because that green area is not part of their property. You can clearly see the property line in google maps satellite

Anonymous
21 days ago

It’s a protected preserve, hopefully the County annd City acquire more natural preserved green space and parks to Brickell to serve as buffer zones for new high intensity development.

Melo is sigma and Chad
22 days ago

Nice little infill

Name*
22 days ago

wow so visionary. 8 stories. 7x the space of one floor once mechanicals are subtracted.

Overtown to Champions Gate
22 days ago

Interesting concept for Miami. Here in Central FL, the same developer is working on a complete resort & spa. Looking forward to seeing how this all plays out.

Anonymous
20 days ago

Indeed! Connected by the Brightline, Brickell’s Champions Gate is becoming more connected to New Overtown and Orlando.

Muhammad
19 days ago

It’s Historic Overtown

Anonymous
18 days ago

Orlando used to be called Historic Overtown? Learn something new every day!

Anonymous
18 days ago

Oh yes Overtown is very historic and has a great vibe.

Anon
22 days ago

I hope they open a ceviche restaurant in this building since the investors are Peruvian 🤤🍣🦐

Anon
22 days ago

Who the hell here hates ceviche 🤦‍♂️ crazy

Anonymous
22 days ago

I love ceviche, but Brickell already has too many. I’m looking for something new, like French-Vietnamese, Indian fusion, Cape Cod seafood, cool Thai, vegan, Korean, or Belgian, or Scandinavian places.

Anonymous
21 days ago

Totally agree! We love the Latin influence in Miami, but we are SO tired of having only these options to choose from when dining out. We need more diversity in our culinary scene!

Anon
22 days ago

The ground floor is all garage…?

Anonymous
22 days ago

There’s retail / restaurant space on the pedestrian avenue

Missing the Burger King
22 days ago

This seems the edge of Brickell going into the always the same Little Havana!

Anonymous
22 days ago

It was the same neighborhood (Southside) prior to I-95’s construction in the 1960s.

Anonymous
22 days ago

Before its development, all of Brickell was colloquially known as “Southside.” This pivotal avenue is an inseparable part of Brickell’s identity. Every street here leads only eastward to Brickell’s center, just two blocks away.

Anonymous
22 days ago

This quiet, upscale part of Brickell, with its green spaces and private streets, has a residential vibe. It’s a bit of a walk to Little Havana through Riverside by the river, but really close to all the new spots on 2nd and Miami Avenue in Brickell.

Anonymous
22 days ago

Architecturally, not much of a vision, but could be worse.

Anon
22 days ago

Boxy