Photos Of Demolition At 444 Brickell, Where 75-Story Baccarat Residences Planned

Demolition is underway at the Baccarat Residences site in Brickell.

A total of three towers are planned on the site, as tall as 82 stories.

Two properties are being combined to build the complex, one at 77 Southeast 5th Street and another at 444 Brickell Avenue, next to the Brickell Avenue bridge.

Demolition is only now underway at the 77 Southeast 5th Street site.

A permit to build a 47-story tower with 506 residential units on the property has been applied for.

Developer Related Group will also begin construction on a 75-story tower called Baccarat Residences one the property by early 2022.

A third tower approved for an 82-story height is also planned, and could include residences, hotel, or office use.

 


(photo: Daniel Chappy)


(photo: Due Italiani a Miami)

 

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Anonymous G
6 months ago

Demolition is a goof sign of progress. Very happy that this will be happening. Let’s get it done!

Anonymous
6 months ago

“goof sign?”

For awhile you had me going there…

Anonymous G
6 months ago

Hey buddy listen its called a spelling error. Everyone does it. Get over yourself.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Most people who comment on this site have the decency to tell the readers that they spelled a word incorrectly and present to readers the correct spelling. But you figure anyone who doesn’t decipher exactly what you mean is just selfish.

Anonymous
6 months ago

A good sign of progress is to demolish a fifty-something year-old building that was state of the art at the time, and replacing it with something state of the art for the twenty-first century.

A goof sign of progress is replacing it with three crappy and unimaginative Arquitectonica monstrosities designed over five years ago, after dismissing Pelli Clarke Pelli, an architectural firm who design some of the best skyscrapers in the world.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Good tunnel entrance location

POLO
6 months ago

They better move fast. It’s all about timing it with market demand.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Everyone at Brickell on the River has a white car

Marc
6 months ago

And RIP to their views

Anonymous
6 months ago

I don’t see any of them crying about it.

Anonymous
6 months ago

It’s a Miami thing. Everyone wants a white car (I sell cars btw).

Anonymous
6 months ago

go go go!

Anonymous
6 months ago

Can we have other developers besides related with their used car salesman tactics and other design firms besides arquiteqcrapica?

Anonymous
6 months ago

Lol @ at the used car salesman tactics, and if it’s a Related product then it is a crappy product.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Great. Now where do I park my car for $10/hour?

Anonymous
6 months ago

Park at a Metrorail station for free and take the train, for free. Once fares are reinstated, it’s $4.50 to park all day, plus $2.25/ea trip, which means $9 for all day parking.

Anonymous
6 months ago

That was a joke cause I got ripped off there but thanks for the good advice

Anonymous
6 months ago

metrorail doesnt run all night

Anonymous
6 months ago

True, Metrorail doesn’t run 24/7 (even though it should!), but transit service is still provided 24/7 along that route by the 500/246 Night Owl bus routes or the Go Nightly service, which provides a dispatched ride by request at no cost.

Anonymous
6 months ago

we have a lockdown in Miami from midnight to 5 am anyways.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Not enforced.
We’re herd immunized
Don’t listen to CNN gloom and doom.
Live
Live
Tomorrow nay never come

Anonymous
6 months ago

we will have that on your headstone,,, if anyone cares what you thought.
tomorrow may not come for those who think they are invincible and can’t die from covid. So many others have thought the same…. up to 500,000. Are you next.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Stay inside your house don’t go outside its too dangerous for you

Anonymous
6 months ago

Actually nowhere near 500k people have died FROM COVID. 500,000 have died “WITH” COVID. Huge difference. The real number could easily be less than one year’s annual flu deaths, considering that that overwhelming majority of deaths WITH COVID have been the elderly and people with multiple other factors. This is a classic misuse of statistical language designed to manipulate popular sentiment.

NYC Loves Miami
6 months ago

Any idea when they plan to lift the curfew?

Anonymous
6 months ago

July?

Anonymous
6 months ago

Get Covid for free sharing a sardine can with strangers

Anonymous
6 months ago

Is Capital Grille staying?

Anonymous
6 months ago

Yes.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Any updates on the new design?

Shawn Kouri
6 months ago

But how long will it take to build out the entire project and when will everything be completed.?

Anonymous
6 months ago

Most likely around 2030