Interior Demolition Permit Applied For At St. Regis Residences Brickell Site

Developers Related Group and Integra Investments have applied for an interior demolition permit at the St. Regis Residences site in Brickell, just days after the project was announced.

The demolition permit was applied for yesterday, December 22.

According to the filing, a total of 6,200 square feet of interior space will be demolished at 1809 Brickell Avenue, where the twin-tower project is planned.

There is an existing 17-story building on the site with 272 residential units. The building was used as affordable housing for seniors.

St. Regis Residences will include two towers, rising 48 stories and 47 stories, designed by Robert A.M. Stern.

It is expected to become one of the most expensive projects in Miami history, with a sellout value of $2 billion. Prices will start at $2 million, with units to cost around $2,000 per square foot.

Reservations will begin in January, with sales officially getting underway in early 2022. Construction on the towers is also expected to begin in 2022.

 

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Melo is sigma and Chad
1 month ago

South Brickell getting taller now, will be unrecognizable from the Miami Vice opening soon.

Anonymous
30 days ago

This is the original Brickell. Might as well call it Old Brickell.

Anonymous
1 month ago

The new trend in Miami is replacing old waterfront eyesores with bigger and better buildings. Developers please keep it up

Anonymous
1 month ago

These buildings look like tug boats.

calivalle
30 days ago

BEST CITY IN AMERICA…..

Anonymous
1 month ago

I don’t care if they include a hotel or not, but they could have been taller or at that height, they could have designed the top better.

Anonymous
1 month ago

At least it has some articulation and little antennae at the top, which by Miami standards is generous.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Miami buildings general have problems with the design of top due to swimming pools.

Because Miami
18 days ago

These developers and their associates evicted over 200 senior citizens who expected to live on the site for the rest of their lives. How Miami.

Anonymous
19 days ago

Stern is not a major architect! No Pritzker price, his major building is the Comcast in Phillie which is super ugly! Look at these renderings, it’s ugly also. The dude saying they look like tug boats is right! He’s no Jean Nouvel or Zaha Hadid. Not sure it will be a beautiful construction.

Mark
21 days ago

It’s sad that once again greedy developers were allowed to destroy the lives of over 200 seniors just to make quick buck. This is disgusting

Someone
20 days ago

Integra is big on affordable and elderly housing. I bet they will transfer them there and not let them out to hang.

Anonymous
30 days ago

Nobody else bothered by the fact they are replacing affordable housing for seniors with multi million dollar condos??

Anonymous
30 days ago

Out with the old, literally. And in with the new.

Anonymous
20 days ago

you’re a scumbag

Anonymous
27 days ago

Not at all. They could move to Boca Raton

Anonymous
26 days ago

Also not true, all of the residents were offered units at a new housing complex specifically designed for senior citizens. UTD towers was built in the 60’s, it was not designed for senior citizens and predates the ADA by nearly 30 years.

Anonymous
20 days ago

Right and South Beach should have stayed a retirement community.

Shawn Kouri
1 month ago

What’s a Saint Regis without a hotel. The Saint Regis condominiums in Bal Harbor is also a hotel. So if they are going to build this in downtown Miami, they should also add hotel rooms. Tell that to Related Group.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Relax. The Ritz Carlton Sunny Isles is not a hotel and it seems to be doing just fine.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Amazing.. Shawn wants to tell these developers what they can and can’t do with their own money!

Ciparoo
1 month ago

Hey I’m sure the Related folks are reading this right now and making notes of everything Shawn wants. New press release coming soon from TNM

Anonymous
1 month ago

Yves St. Laurent Hotel and Residences by Arquitectonica. Now with another box tower that looks exactly the same, only with more juxtaposed balconies!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Hotel guests don’t care for the property and shared facilities like owners do. At $2000/sf, I wouldn’t want any hotel guests or AirBnB either which is actually worse.

Anonymous
25 days ago

Very true. Condo owners should be careful not to have hotel free loaders walking thru their spaces….. case in point is the Marriott Ritz Carlton Coconut Grove. Not a luxe setting.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Plenty of upmarket hotel brand properties (i.e. Ritz Carlton, Four Seasons, and Mandarin Oriental) aren’t hotels.