Inside A Newly Completed Condo At Brickell Heights, Where 72 Deeds Already Recorded

Closing at the 690-unit Brickell Hieghts began to be recorded on June 8. Just over a week later (as of June 16), 72 deeds have already been recorded.

There are four condos at Brickell Heights have now on the MLS, along with some images of the interiors.

The listings at Brickell Heights East include:

  • Unit 1610 (919 interior square feet) is listed for $550,000
  • Unit 1008 (1,054 interior square feet, 338 square foot balcony) is listed for $699,000
  • Unit 2909 (1/1 bed/bath) is listed for $475,000

 

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Anonymous
3 years ago

I see they went with the standard crappy rental washer/dryer.

Anonymous
3 years ago

500k and not even an island?

ZachJ305
3 years ago

Completely worthless kitchen layouts…suitable for rewarming takeout and not much else. I get that this was a relatively inexpensive project, but they couldn’t throw in an island at least? There’s next to zero storage…typical Related Group building with semi-nice finishes slapped on top of a crappy apartment building floor plan.

Anonymous
3 years ago

related is known for cheap finishes. This project really helps the value of Swire’s projects – Reach and Rise.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Bought a unit and at first sight I was surprised at how simple and small it is. The build out is extremely minimalistic. No junction boxes at all and only 8 high hat lights (mine is a 2/2+ den) My kitchen is actually more complete as mine came with an island , but if it wasn’t for the island yes you would have absolutely no space. Other than the 3 bedroom units and pent houses, all the units are very small. Here are the good points: my views are amazing (nw to bcc) and location is great. Close to a lot of good spots obviously. The amentities are actually very nice, steam rooms,saunas, hot tubs , private gym, and free equinox membership, 2 massive lounge rooms , theatre room, rooftop garden, very nice conference room. The buildings are nice. The only amentities that sucked are the pools. They look nice , but that’s about it. Only 3’6 inches deep. Overall, each time I go back the place grows on me. Yes the buildout could have been better, but considering the price per square. ft, it’s not bad compared to other astronomical prices I’ve seen in other condos. Location location location.

Anonymous
3 years ago

So bottom line these are units built for speculators not to live? Can’t imagine anyone other than a single person comfortably living in these full-time. A shame really.

Anonymous
3 years ago

The fixtures seem rather short-sighted in some aspects, but understand the fact these are urban condo units rather than houses in the suburbs. The target demographic is yuppies who eat out most of the time or buy prepared gourmet meals which are refrigerated and heated, and clean clothes comes from the dry cleaners.

Anonymous
3 years ago

True in many aspects.. but still for half a million you expect better finishes.. I’m not impressed.

Anonymous
3 years ago

“Miami” and “best bang for your buck” are two terms which you will never see in the same sentence.

Gringo
3 years ago

not to happy with related, i own at reach, wow, i own at Hyde and location is wow but the quality of labor is lower. i also bought sls lux, hoping the finishes will have better Swire like quality than BH…its all about the contractor…

Anonymous
3 years ago

the proof that buyers want to have a real amenity…the Equinox in the bldg is phenomenal and the common areas at Brickell Heights are really well done including the 4 swimming pools buyers get.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Hi Carlos Rosso how are you

Anonymous
3 years ago

What about the units? Or they don’t matter?

Anonymous
3 years ago

This is more like an hotel room life style …… live in a box with many amenities in the building 🙂

Smart Miami Solutions
3 years ago

Amazing how little you get for your money in today’s condo market. Not worth it at half the price!

Anonymous
3 years ago

Specially if you are dealing with The Related Group and Mr. Jorge Perez!!!

Anonymous
3 years ago

This is not a loaded question – I haven’t been inside the building. For those that have, how similar does it look to the renderings on the site: http://www.brickellheights.com/ ?

Anonymous
3 years ago

Anyone?

Anonymous
3 years ago

Well, what do you think?

Anonymous
3 years ago

It pretty much looks like the renderings. They didn’t change very much.

Anonymous
3 years ago

So why ask?

Anonymous
3 years ago

Yes, we see what one unit looks like. But I assume the OP is about the rest of the building — lobby, the pool, etc. Is the only gym option Equinox – or do they have their own gym?

Anonymous
3 years ago

They have their own gym and spa too

Anonymous
3 years ago

This is not a loaded question as I haven’t been inside Brickell Heights. For those that have, how does it look compared to the renderings on the Brickell Heights website?

Anonymous
3 years ago

What a joke!!!!!

Anonymous
3 years ago

OMG! That looks like some of the ocean front condos from the 1960’s! Who the hell is designing this trash?!

Anonymous
3 years ago

classic Related shoddy quality and finishes !! LMAO You’d think they could deliver a quality product just once !

Anonymous
3 years ago

Not surprised at all about these interiors. Cookie-cutter Related. No way the flippers will turn any real profit.

Anonymous
3 years ago

With units starting at 300K with flooring included and great amenities there is no job that compares to Brickell Heights… the best investor value in Brickell. Sure these units will rent fast.
Amazing Equinox and incredible location.