57-Story Echo Brickell Is Now Open; First Owner Takes Title

Closings are now underway at the 172-unit Echo Brickell.

Construction of the 57-story, 637-foot tower was completed in about 37 months. The project began site work in October 2014.

One unit has been recorded in County Records as closed so far.

Unit 1006, closed on October 26 and was recorded November 7. The sales price was $560,900.

 

 

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Anonymous
4 years ago

congrats

Anonymous
4 years ago

absolutely beautiful….from top to street level

Anonymous
4 years ago

It’s a nice building sleek and sexy. However I do feel the render looked better. The middle section had pillars and a crown on top which made it stand out. If only these developers could stay true to their renders.

Anonymous
4 years ago

If only we were told when they change stuff.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Leaving off the crown has now made this building just Ok.

Anonymous
4 years ago

beautiful building!!!

Anonymous
4 years ago

First unit closes and ……..before the ink dries on the loan papers, the condo is re listed for sale. Ok, maybe not this guy, but I’m sure half the units will be in the market again as flips. Good luck guys.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Please verify the 1,110 square footage number. It does not match information from the condo documents or online marketing floor plans.

Anonymous
4 years ago

please post original renderings for projects to compare to final product

Anonymous
4 years ago

Disapointing to see they did not finish the top. I feel like this is the whole concept of the design. Once again bad architecture scores one more point in miami

Anonymous
4 years ago

Yes, that’s what I was saying about the missing crown.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Has there been any reports of concentrated sunlight reflection of the west side of this building? I’ve always wondered if the curved facade will have the same issues as the Walkie Talkie Building in London.

Anonymous
4 years ago

If we hear of a tourist evaporating into thin air, we will let you know.

Richy
4 years ago

Need to sheath the back of the building in glass or else it will be another Related half passed, semi complete monstrosity

Anonymous
4 years ago

Renderings made it seem like it would be sheathed in all glass. Those open balconys look cheap.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Say what?….who the heck wants a high-end Miami condo with no open balconies???

Anonymous
4 years ago

Where? All the City view pictures show fully glass covered.