Inside A Newly Completed Unit At Bond On Brickell (Photos)

A unit at Bond On Brickell that closed this week has been listed on the MLS.

Records show that unit 2201 closed this week for $659,900, or about $545 per square foot. The two-bedroom apartment includes 1,212 square feet of space.

The property was listed on the same day with an asking price of $779,900, or $643 per foot.

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uninvasive species
4 years ago

have any of you ever purchased a new construction home? you have the option to have the builder include no floors so that you can have a limitless choice to what you want to install once you close.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Have fun living in a construction zone as the interiors of hundreds of units are finished over the next 2 years

uninvasive species
4 years ago

no, you have fun.

Anonymous
4 years ago

All the units , in all the projects , are all the same plain box……same kitchen , no creativity……copy paste easy job !!!!!!

FH
4 years ago

Jaw dropping is most definitely not..

Anonymous
4 years ago

What you are buying is a piece air space , views and location !!!!! if you need or want more space go to homestead :-&

Anonymous
4 years ago

Yes this is city living, otherwise go to suburbs

Someone
4 years ago

Actually. When you’re buying a unit like that in a condominium, you’re buying exactly that … The parimetrical boundaries within the box and a unit of interest in the common areas.

Anonymous
4 years ago

if i had 700k, it would definitely not be spent on that unit…

Marc305
4 years ago

… and that is exactly what a lot of potential buyers say. We show units like this all the time and the biggest complaint is “where is the dinning room?” or “where is the living room?” Notice the third photo from the top, that is all you get. Either you put a table with 4 chairs or you put a couch and a TV but you cannot put both. For someone who is spending around 3 quarter of a million dollars that is simply not enough!

Anonymous
4 years ago

Looks like there’s a lot of space to the side of the kitchen to put a dining space and then have all the space in front as living.

Given the flow is all out of whack, and a lot of developers don’t consider that, but there will seldom be dedicated dining rooms in this day and age, and some open-concept plans take some ingenuity.

Ed
4 years ago

You put a dining table to the side of the kitchen you are blocking the entrance from the corridor that leads into living area. Too bad Brickell buildings get developers that are not innovative and think about the end user. When you sell preconstruction with just floor plans it is easy to oversee these things.

Miami Broker
4 years ago

Looks like Mint or Ivy lol ! That unit will NEVER sale for the price it was paid…

Anonymous
4 years ago

I lived the the Horror of designer ready units…. NEVER AGAIN!

Anonymous
4 years ago

The are called designer ready units.. You get bare or pay builder to finish.

Ed
4 years ago

completed? so they are selling a unit with concrete floors?

Anonymous
4 years ago

Yeah good luck with that sale guys. Prediction the unit will sell in about 18 months…

Spencer
4 years ago

Closed and then immediately listed for sale? Who could have predicted that?!

Anonymous
4 years ago

LOL, no expense spared – white walls, bare floors.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Read the listing Lineaire designs is working on putting the floors etc….

Anonymous
4 years ago

I think the point people are trying to make is that TNM misleads with their headline Inside A Newly Completed Unit At Bond On Brickell (Photos). This unit is not “newly completed”

Anonymous
4 years ago

Yes you are right it has been misquoted as you said correctly. This is a designer unit which needs to be completed.