First Tower At Baccarat Residences Brickell Already 25% Reserved, Two Additional Phases Planned

The luxury 75-story Baccarat Residences tower planned in Brickell by Related Group is seeing a strong response from buyers.

Nearly 25% of units in the tower have already been reserved, Related’s Jon Paul Perez told the SFBJ.

Buyers will be required to place deposits totaling 40% of the units value before and during construction.

A total of 324 condo units are planned, at prices ranging $1.1 million to $3.5 million. There will also be penthouse units and flats with prices up to $14 million.

Related is planning two additional phases to the project.

The second phase will include hotel and condo units and will likely launch in 2022, Perez said.

Related is very bullish on Miami’s future, Perez said. The city will continue to benefit in the coming years from a migration of businesses moving here from other states, he said.

 




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Azarius
5 months ago

Again wonder how long til this is built. I hate the design. It’s so much more can be done but pointed balconies!

Anonymous
5 months ago

It’s Arquitectonica designed, so….

Anonymous
5 months ago

Right….nobody chooses Arquitectonic anymore….they are too ubiquitous. (to paraphrase Yogi Bera)

Anonymous
5 months ago

Well that’s not an argument when Related historically has had a monopoly on condo development.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Quick Azarius!!!! Quick!!! Open a company on Subiz.com, file your paperwork now!!!!
I”ll go run to the Related offices!

Shawn Kouri will write a brief summary about how you hate the design and why Baccarat and Related should trust the brands that they have built over generations to your well formulated ideas, and we can stop the process!!!

Quickly….quickly….come up with something better, and we will get it in!!!

Anonymous
5 months ago

Does anybody have a rendering with the three towers that are contemplated?

Azarius
5 months ago

Same buildings different heights

Anonymous
5 months ago

I guess the people of ArX Solutions. They are currently in charge of all the new renderings.

Anonymous
5 months ago

SE 5TH will need an extra lane especially with 3 total buildings adding thousands of cars directly next to an already jammed bridge intersection…

Anonymous2
5 months ago

No it won’t. The last thing downtown needs is wider roads and faster traffic. Add transit and micromobility lanes instead.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Exactly. Brickell needs another lane like it needs a hole in its head.

Anonymous
5 months ago

lol no one here is giving up their cars. move to new york if you want to ride public transportation rather than enjoy the comfort of your own vehicle

Anonymous
5 months ago

What a terrible, awful looking design for a tall building in that area of the city. Go back and redesign it.

Anonymous
5 months ago

SO UGLY, for such a prime location, what a waste

Anonymous
5 months ago

Really boring design. Could have been something really striking.

Anonymous
5 months ago

I don’t know if this is a good thing or a bad thing. Everything now is being constructed as luxury which for others who bought during the last boom their buildings already look like they are old in comparison. Not to mention the traffic that will only get worse when you add another 1000 units to these 3 buildings. Its already bad enough having narrow streets, bars, restaurants and sandwiched in between 2 bridges.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Yeah.. if traffic bothers you, then stay outta the area.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Welcome to the city

Anonymous
5 months ago

this area is hot, what do you expect? they’ll continue to build on this area

Anonymous
5 months ago

What’s interesting to me is just how “me too” the building interiors are at a lot of these “luxury” condo buildings. Buildings like the Flatiron, Aston Martin, Jade, and many others have such similar interior design. In a lot of cases, the units also have cramped floorplans and undersized (closet-sized) bedrooms. The “luxury” is the location, exterior design (maybe) and endless pitching of “amenities.” This is a city. You don’t need to live your entire life without leaving your home address.

Anonymous
5 months ago

“What’s interesting to me is just how “me too” the building interiors are at a lot of these “luxury” condo buildings. ”
What?!?
You type very authoritatively, but wtf do you mean?
Do you think that the Racquetball Courts at Jade Brickell (circa 2005) are the same as the …..oh wait…..

Anonymous
5 months ago

At least Flatiron, Aston Martin, and Jade are nice to look it.

Anonymous
5 months ago

A major feature to be considered a luxury building is not being directly under a FAA flight path.

Anonymous
5 months ago

My building does not look old. Can you be more specific?

Anonymous
5 months ago

“My building” -🤡

Anonymous
5 months ago

Ancient burial ground

Anonymous
5 months ago

they found items which was used by people living there a while ago, Rome, London, Paris, Athens wouldn’t exist if every time you find an old fork you can’t build anything..

Anonymous
5 months ago

Bahahahaha!!

Anonymous
5 months ago

“Ancient burial ground”

Wow, who would’ve known that people and other animals and things died on a planet that’s at least a coupla billion years old?