New Renderings Of Robert A.M. Stern Architects’ St. Regis Residences: Demand Has ‘Surpassed All Expectations’

The developers of the twin-tower St. Regis Residences project in Brickell have released new renderings and say that demand for condo units is much stronger than expected.

“Demand for The St. Regis Residences, Miami surpassed all expectations,” said Jon Paul Pérez, President of developer Related Group.

The St. Regis Residences will feature two towers, rising 48 and 47 stories, designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Interiors are by Rockwell Group.

The eastern Astor Tower accumulated $400 million in sales since launching in March, according to a press release today.

Developer have now launched sales for the western William Tower, which will have 183 units.

Paul Whalen, a partner at Robert A.M. Stern Architects, previously said the nautical-inspired towers would be a “gift to the Miami skyline.”

 

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Jeff Stryker
23 days ago

Very nice. Will make great additions to the waterfront skyline.

Anonymous
23 days ago

Miami keeps getting better architecture

Anonymous
23 days ago

Except for every couple of these and Okan Tower, we get ten Arquitectonica or Melo boxes with scattered balconies and windows on prime real estate.

anonymous
23 days ago

I said that miami is getting better architecture I did n’t say that they were n’t building any more ” cereal boxes ”. I don’t think that developers will continue to build 10 cereal boxes for every 2 luxury towers because building in downtown keeps getting very expensive so it’s very difficult to build affordable housing on prime real estate, I think aria reserve will be melo’s last waterfront project , they are going to build most of their future projects on midtown and west of the omni so I think that for every 10 buildings developers build 5 will be luxury and 5 will be cigarette boxes

They call me...
22 days ago

“We get”
What have you done to get, deserve, or be entitled to anything from someone else?

Anonymous
22 days ago

More stupid comments from “they call me” 🙄

Anonymous
23 days ago

First class project!

Anonymous
23 days ago

Great looking towers

Anonymous
23 days ago

Robert Stern is on another level. These are magnificent.

Melo is sigma and chad
23 days ago

sunny isle status building in south brickell

Anonymous
23 days ago

A “gift” to the Miami skyline is right. Especially considering the junk littering Brickell Ave directly to the south.

Anonymous
23 days ago

I live at brickell place ( condo to the south) and don’t consider it “junk”!

Anonymous
23 days ago

Difference of opinion. I prefer modern glitzy towers.

Not Anonymous
22 days ago

You’re stupid. I have friends that live in those towers and the apartments are better than anything that they are building now for the same price.

They call me...
22 days ago

I don’t live in Brickell Place, but they are great buildings. State of the art when they were built.
Those are are the buildings that replaced SFRs to bring the density to Brickell.

Anonymous
22 days ago

Brickell Place is on the same level as Four Ambassadors. Maybe they were nice like a century ago, but today they are just major eye sores taking up prime real estate.

anonymous
23 days ago

the junk littering brickell ave ? not all of the buildings are junk , it has some nice buildings also like 600 brickell plaza , 701 brickell ave , colonnade plaza , 4 seasons hotel , echo brickell , 1450 brickell , brickell arch ,the BB&T Building , 1221 Brickell , 1101 Brickell and 999 Brickell

Anonymous
23 days ago

Nobody said all the buildings on Brickell Ave are junk. Read the comment again.

JorEl Vasco - London Foster Realty
14 days ago

Define littered: …

Truth Matters
23 days ago

Boy you sound like a ticker tape

Anonymous
23 days ago

I bought a condo in the St Regis and put for sale my home in Hialeah!

Anonymous
23 days ago

Talk about a come up! From the worst part of Miami Dade to the best! Congrats!

Anonymous
23 days ago

Worst part? I know Hialeah bashing is a pastime joke on this blog, but there are far worse areas.

Truth Matters
23 days ago

The question is how did you survive being a slave to the Palmetto and Okeechobee Rd?

They call me...
22 days ago

And you probably have a little extra money to put a custom paint job on your Lambo.

Not Anonymous
22 days ago

No silly, it’s rented!

Anonymous
23 days ago

Would be a lovely and welcome addition to that area of Brickell. That area of the skyline needs beefing up and better balance.

Anonymous
23 days ago

Between this project and E11even. Miami is entering a new era of interior design.

bob
23 days ago

E11 towers won’t get built this cycle. Haven’t even applied for a building permit.

Anonymous
23 days ago

Expect these towers excel at exterior design where E11even doesn’t.

JorEl Vasco - London Foster Realty
14 days ago

I think your referring to an age or a period of interior design. Definitely not an era.

JorEl Vasco - London Foster Realty
14 days ago

Epoch maybe. But in Real Eatate geological terms I would never call this an Era

Anonymous
23 days ago

Melo could never!

Anonymous
23 days ago

Melo is not trying, they’re building apartments on empty lots.

Anonymous
23 days ago

*shitty apartments with no design* on empty lots

Anonymous
23 days ago

If you can show and do better, do it, we’ll wait…

Melo is sigma and Chad
23 days ago

Melo built the aria

JorEl Vasco - London Foster Realty
14 days ago

Enough said

Anonymous
23 days ago

Looks to be around 630 FT tall.

calivalle
23 days ago

BEAUTIFUL TOWERS

Anonymous
23 days ago

Nice Bathrooms!!

SP
22 days ago

These look a lot like the two Grosvenor towers in the Dubai Marina… (this is a compliment)

JorEl Vasco - London Foster Realty
14 days ago

Truly

Anonymous
23 days ago

Miami winning.

A Pessimist
23 days ago

These buildings never come out looking anywhere near as good as the renderings.

Not Anonymous
22 days ago

don’t jinx it

calivalle
21 days ago

Beauties….

anonymous
23 days ago

Looks like their proposal in Miami Beach… with an extra 40 floors on the bottom 😂

JorEl Vasco - London Foster Realty
14 days ago

There’s always one. … Very good laugh! 🙂

Melo’s pájaro nalgon
23 days ago

Not tall enough. Back to the drawing board.

Anonymous
23 days ago

A gift to Miami’s skyline is a bit of a stretch. They just blend in the skyline

Anonymous
23 days ago

Yeah.. saying “the nautical-inspired towers would be a gift to the Miami skyline” is like saying their building these towers for free and not for profit.

Anonymous
23 days ago

It’s free to look at nice towers.

Anonymous
22 days ago

People can also look and see boats in the Bay and Ocean for free also but I would hesitate on calling them a “gift to the coast” of Florida.

Melo is sigma and chad
23 days ago

south brickell buildings aren’t that tall for now so it doesn’t blend it. it adds some height variation to the southern part of the sky line that runs from the julia tutle to the rickenbacker causeway.

Anonymous
23 days ago

It literally blends right into Santa Maria next door lol

Anonymous
23 days ago

Honestly the palace, the Atlantis, vila Regina and the imperial stand out more than this…

Anonymous
23 days ago

Let me guess, you think we should give Mana the key to the city for carrying out his grand plans…-oh wait!

Anonymous
23 days ago

I agree the only real tower that sticks out and adds to the skyline (at least for right now) is the southeast financial tower. The next would be the Aston Martin everything else blends in