New Renderings Of St. Regis Residences In Brickell; ‘Gift To Miami Skyline,’ RAMSA Says

The developers of The St. Regis Residences, Miami have released new interior renderings.

They also released a statement by Robert A.M. Stern Architects, calling the design of the towers “a gift to the Miami skyline.”

“Together we have looked to Miami’s rich architectural traditions, updated for 21st-century living, to celebrate one of the world’s great ports-of-call with geometries evoking two grand ocean liners slipping past each other. These buildings will provide a welcoming, low-scale character on approach from the street or from the bay, while their crowns will mark the site from a distance as a gift to the Miami skyline. We see this vertical community as an expression of the qualities that make Miami one of the most appealing places in the world to call home, an international resort city and cultural hub oriented to the sea and the sky,” said Paul Whalen, Partner at Robert A.M. Stern Architects.

A statement from interior designer Rockwell Group further explained the concept for the ultra-luxury development.

“The interior concept for The Residences was inspired by Miami’s history as a major trading and travel hub from the 19th century to the present, as well as the city’s coastal location, unique ecosystem, and the building’s unparalleled views of the Biscayne Bay,” said Greg Keffer, Partner at Rockwell Group. “Land and sea travel had a transformative role in the development of South Florida, from the extension of the East Coast Railway to the establishment of the Port of Miami, which attracted travelers by train and cruise ship to explore the ‘magic city.’ All of these ideas have informed our interiors’ blend of leisure and luxury.”

Sales are now underway at the project’s East Tower, which will have 149 residences.

Prices start at $2.8 million, with unit sizes starting at two bedrooms with 2,300 square feet.

The developers are Related Group and Integra Investments. ONE Sotheby’s International Realty is overseeing sales

“Our entire development team is honored to have the opportunity to bring such a storied brand to this city, especially when energy and optimism around our region’s potential is at an all-time high,” said Jon Paul Pérez, President of Related.

 

 

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Melo is sigma and chad
6 months ago

Beautiful and redefines South Brickell

Anonymous
6 months ago

I creamed my pants.
What a gorgeous project

Anonymous
6 months ago

creamed my jeans

M s
6 months ago

Absolutely stunning. Can’t wait for more exterior renderings.

Anonymous
6 months ago

stunning!

Anonymous
6 months ago

Where are the beautiful crowns? Nondescript to say the least. Interior renderings are great, height and exterior architecture not so much.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Amazing when Related actually spends money on a proper architect.

No
6 months ago

Exterior rendering please

Anonymous
6 months ago

Much needed development for this part of Brickell Ave. Still lots more blight to go, but this is a start.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Blight? Really?

Anonymous
6 months ago

It’s comments like this that really make me think most people on this site don’t even live in miami

Anonymous
6 months ago

You’re saying the ancient mid-rise buildings that will be demolished are not blight?

Melo is sigma and chad
6 months ago

That isnt what blight is, theyre maintained, just because these condos were shown in the opening of Miami Vice doesnt mean theyre blighted.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Sorry, but the last person I’ll take advice on what constitutes blight is some fanboy of Melo. If it were up to you, the whole city would look like some soviet era shithole.

Anonymous
6 months ago

That is indeed what I’m saying.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Agreed! Next they need to get rid of Four Ambassadors. That shit is awful.

Anonymous
6 months ago

“They?” “They” would be the owners of the units voting for demolition.

Anonymous
6 months ago

LOL, South Brickell is literally one of Miami’s most expensive and desirable areas. It Miami’s original “Millionaire’s Row.”

Anonymous
6 months ago

The towers don’t look like two Ocean liners passing each other in the night!

Anonymous
6 months ago

I know, the amount of crap they say to make sales is amazing.

Long MIA
6 months ago

More like 2 tugboats. I still love the project, regardless.

Lucas
6 months ago

Gift? That’s a bold statement for a basic glass tower…

Elpit Onaso
6 months ago

Finally refined looking buildings in Miami. Tired of seeing the cereal box apartments popping up everywhere

Anonymous
6 months ago

Beautiful!! Incredible project

Anonymous.
6 months ago

Gee, thanks, I guess, for the “gift” of the least interesting design elements of the otherwise gorgeous development. We never knew how much a couple of tugboats were needed that high up in the skyline.

calivalle
6 months ago

A beauty….

Anonymous
6 months ago

Interesting
St Regis Brickell vs St Regis in Sunny Isles on the Beach…
Nice matchups.
Guess people will pick the best!!

Brickell Heights 2.0
6 months ago

Looks like Brickell Heights to me

Anonymous
6 months ago

rip to the elderly affordable housing being demolished for these buildings

Anonymous
6 months ago

Good riddance!!

Anonymous
6 months ago

Fuck the elderly, right?

Anonymous
6 months ago

The developers of the project who originally acquired the affordable housing building on the site (Integra Investments) are building a brand new affordable housing development where the residents of the current building will have first right of refusal if they so choose, with their rents still maintained at the rates they have now.

Integra is thenl reason this project will be special and differentiated from the rest of the cookie cutter low-quality product that Related has built in recent years.