Related Group Begins Advertising For One Brickell

The first signs are going up today for One Brickell, Related Group’s next megaproject.

Sales are set to begin in early 2016. Later on in 2016, two towers will begin construction, a 75-story, 811-foot hotel and condo tower, along with a 57-story, 619-foot residential tower.

In addition to the residential units, the first phase also includes office and hotel rooms.

Related recently closed out the sale of all 299 units at the 43-story Icon Bay in Edgewater, and is preparing to open a sales office for Auberge Residences on Biscayne Boulevard.

 

 

 

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marc
5 years ago

Looking forward to the 800 footer.

MrDreTheOne
5 years ago

We’ll have two 800 footers with this project, the tallest of which will be built last. :-/

Anonymous
5 years ago

Related is doing 6 towers in total, is that correct ?

marc
5 years ago

4 at Paraiso Bay (under construction), 3 at One Brickell, and 3 at Auberge.

Anonymous
5 years ago

Thanks ?

Anonymous
5 years ago

plus 2 at Brickell Heights, 1 in SLS Lux, 1 in SLS Brickell, 3 in Park Grove, 1 in Armani, 1 Hyde Resort, 1 Hyde Beach House, 2 in Auberge Ft Lauredale…..and keep counting.
by far the largest developer with over 30% of the market

Anonymous
5 years ago

This project, in addition to 1201 Brickell Bay Dr, are the most ripe lots for development in Brickell. It’s likely their prime locations (waterfront with views) will allow them to sell very well regardless of the economic situations in Latin countries. Squeeze them into this cycle!

Anonymous
5 years ago

We do realize that the developer has a say in who they choose to design the project and that costs do affect the design? Sometimes, there has to be some sacrifice in design to provide a product that can be brought to market at a price that will sell and still return a profit. Just a thought before we bash the architect so much.

Would have like to see less density too.

Anonymous
5 years ago

I like it when Related goes big. I love this project.

Anonymous
5 years ago

We do realize that the developer has a say in who they choose to design the project and that costs do affect the design? Sometimes, there has to be some sacrifice in design to provide a product that can be brought to market at a price that will sell and still return a profit. Just a thought before we bash the architect so much.

Would have like to see less density too.

Anonymous
5 years ago

Would have preferred the Cesar Pelli design (which was the original plan) and a much less dense project (the area is already a traffic nightmare), but am glad to see that the 444 building and the adjacent immigration building are getting redeveloped that this project will connect the riverwalk.

John P
5 years ago

They look like the same height in the picture… Maybe it’s just the angle of the rendering. I’m happy they’re building taller buildings but I wish there was a little more variation between the two towers.

MrDreTheOne
5 years ago

They are actually going to be around the same height, one of the towers you are looking at was approved by the FAA as One Brickell, Tower III (881 feet above sea level, 877 feet above ground) which is apparently part of phase two. Tower I and II will be built first.

Anonymous
5 years ago

Not a fan of Arquitectonica but, I actually like the design. Not so bad at all. I also like how one is 811 foot and the other 619 foot.

Anonymous
5 years ago

I like how these massive towers will block Ugly Brickell on The River towers

Anonymous
5 years ago

Another square box done by Architectonica. They only seem to play with juxtaposition of their balconies in nothing more than a square box…..BORING!!!!

MrDreTheOne
5 years ago

Are we really going down this road again..? Yes it is a boring square box…except it is not square, hmm. You just wanted to use the word juxtaposition, didn’t you?

Anonymous
5 years ago

That’s funny. Like a Seinfeld episode ” You just like saying Salsa “.

Anonymous
5 years ago

lol. I think he did.

Andrew N
5 years ago

Funny Jeanne Gang designed a similarly square building with wavy balconies in Chicago called Aqua and it was all the talk of the architectural community. These buildings look similar. Architectonica shouldn’t recieve so much hate.