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Panorama Tower First Residents Moving In April, Dogtown Announced As First Retail Tenant

Panorama Tower First Residents Moving In April, Dogtown Announced As First Retail Tenant

Panorama Tower has announced their first retail tenant and a new opening date.

Dogtown will open a pet hotel, spa and daycare facility in a 3,300 square foot space on the second floor. Residents of Panorama will have special perks and packages.

Move-ins at Panorama will begin in April, according to a representative of the developer. The Hyatt Centric Brickell located in the tower is accepting reservations for stays beginning April 15.

 

Panorama Tower Announces Dogtown Boarding, Grooming, and Daycare Facility

Developed by Florida East Coast Realty, the residential building unveils its first retail tenant

MIAMI – March 12, 2018 – Panorama Tower, developed by Florida East Coast Realty, LLC (FECR), is pleased to announce that it is welcoming Dogtown as one of the retail tenants at Panorama Tower. As the only pet hotel, spa, and daycare facility offered in Brickell, Dogtown will be housed on the second floor in over 3,300 square feet of space opening in June 2018. This will be one of many outstanding amenities and features offered by Panorama Tower, the tallest residential building south of Manhattan.

“At Dogtown, we cater to your dogs as if they are our own,” said Anai Fuente, owner of Dogtown. “We create an individualized experience for your pets in a cage-less, free-roaming atmosphere. We can’t wait to open our second location in Brickell and service the needs of the area’s beloved four-legged friends.”

Residents of Panorama Tower will receive exclusive Dogtown benefits, including access to a priority network, and enjoy multiple perks, such as early drop off and special upgrades. Daycare prices begin at $30, and grooming services begin at $45, which includes wash, cut, nail upkeep, ear cleaning, gland cleaning, and perfume. Pet hotel rates begin at $38 per day and include three outdoor walks per day, daycare, feeding, medication administration, and personalized pet care. In addition, Dogtown offers Panorama residents all-inclusive pass packages, starting at $250 for a 10-day pass, $675 for a 30-day pass, and $1,200 for a 60-day pass. Additional services offered will include: special monthly events like non-anesthetic dental cleanings, a wellness clinic, and professional dog photography sessions. Dogtown will be open to the public, as well.

“We are very excited to add Dogtown as part of the Panorama community,” said Jerome Hollo, executive vice president at FECR. “Many of our renters have dogs, and we have observed a demand to have pet facilities in buildings. By offering this unique product, not only to our renters but also to the surrounding area, we are ensuring that the needs of our community’s pets are being taken care of.”

Rising 868 feet over the Miami skyline, Panorama is an 85-story development comprised of 821 rental apartments. More than 90 percent of the residences will deliver breathtaking bay views. In addition to the pet spa and hotel, the tower will offer an abundance and variety of amenities including: a “Muse Room” for live music sessions; three private movie theaters with a mixing lounge; a bayview yoga/pilates studio; spa and steam room; a technology-advanced fitness center; ocean-view and sunset pools; two social lounges; dining/entertainment rooms with personal wine lockers; children’s playroom, cyber café and coffee bar, billiards room, multiple restaurants, and exclusive shuttle service to Key Biscayne beach. Panorama will also provide reduced rent to residents who do not own cars and electric car charging stations to support the environment and promote Brickell’s walkability. Move-ins are scheduled for April 2018.

 

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Anonymous
Anonymous

Wow, that last picture. This building does not look great from the street level looking up.

Anonymous
Anonymous

You mean the only ” picture ” ?

Anonymous
Anonymous

?????

Anonymous
Anonymous

Well, is the map a picture? Depends on who you ask.

Anonymous
Anonymous

It’s a map bruh. period.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Terrible lighting on the side of the building

Anonymous
Anonymous

Knowing the quality of Mr Hollo’s development and construction, I feel sorry for the renters of the first 45 stories!!! Get ready to hear dogs barking all day long

Anonymous
Anonymous

Should have called it Petorama.

Anonymous
Anonymous

??? ?

marc
marc

No, more like Balconorama.

Anonymous
Anonymous

did anyone see a finished apartment yet?

Anonymous
Anonymous

Yes, and they look great, nice, spacious and the kitchens have an island. My aunt will be moving in at the end of April.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Will it stop idiot owners from not picking up dog turds, or make it worse?

Anonymous
Anonymous

Agree!! The people who live in the north tower at the Plaza, the one that faces brickell Ave, even with a bag dispenser near by they don’t pick up that dogs poop!!! They all have “rescue dogs”
And probably they feel entitled to let the shit on the grass or street!!

Anonymous
Anonymous

No way people move in less than month, building looks nowhere near finished

Anonymous
Anonymous

Lovely. Your first commercial neighbor is a dog kennel!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Did they get TCO yet?

Anonymous
Anonymous

More traffic to the already collapsed Brickell ….. :-/

Anonymous
Anonymous

Just build more parking to continue the choking trend…
Makes perfect sense to ignore that it’s the city center

Anonymous
Anonymous

wow that would be awesome…too bad pitbulls are banned in Miami

Anonymous
Anonymous

Missed opportunity to something great (

Anonymous
Anonymous

We should aim to be the Dubai of the Caribbean )

Anonymous
Anonymous

Since when is Florida a part of the Caribbean?

Anonymous
Anonymous

Obviously, you have never been to Dubai. Architecture wise, we’re far, far, far from it.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Yup,that’s for sure.

Anonymous
Anonymous

There are maybe 5 interesting buildings in Dubai. The rest is pretentious crap. HK or Singapore are far more interesting.

Anonymous
Anonymous

I suppose it is just me, but this is one tall disappointment. Tallest residential south of NYC? Nothing that elevates our City.
Comes as not surprise from the developer of Plaza Venetia- no windows facing west on that waterfront/ should have been an A+ building but turned mediocre, as well. This is a rental building though. So, not much to expect.

Dave
Dave

The tower could have looked better with facade LED Lighting.