Related Group Gets TCO For 382-Unit Millecento Residences In Brickell

On schedule, Related Group has obtained a Temporary Certificate of Occupancy for the 382-unit Millecento Residences and will begin closings within three weeks.

‘We are fine tuning the common areas, hanging all the art we are known for and putting the finishing touches to our second project completed in Brickell during this new cycle,’ Related Group Condo Division President Carlos Rosso said.

Related completed construction of the nearby 184-unit myBrickell project about a year ago.

Millecento Residences was designed by architect Carlos Ott. A tenant for Millecento’s ground floor retail on South Miami Avenue is expected to be announced soon.

 






(photos: related group/plaza construction)

 

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ed
6 years ago

On schedule? They sold this as end of 2014. January, 2015 is not bad considering how big delays tend to be but it’s not “on schedule”!

Also, I hope the “finishing touches” includes furniture on the pool deck! LOL. Even with furniture that looks like a boring and tasteless amenity deck especially when you compare it to what AXIS has on 4th image (their amenity deck seems to take up the entire half a block).

Obviously
6 years ago

I must applaud the residents of Brickell on how they’re putting up with the construction that’s constantly going on, but when you look at these pictures, it’s pretty understandable why. The transformation is incredible. This is what I’ve been waiting to see in the county, areas that have their own distinction and have that “fresh feel” to it. That is why Real Estates Agents who come on here like Marc305 is preaching to all of those critics (who doubt things like Paramount at Miami World Center) to take a wait-and-see attitude and stop acting like you already know what a bust is. I can’t wait to see what the developers are going to do all the way up to 36th st in the next five years.

Marc305
6 years ago

My 2 business partners and I employ 17 agents who only do Brickell, Downtown and Midtown. When I read asinine comments, such as that it will take between 10 to 20 year for the latter 2 areas to catch up to Brickell, all I can do is laugh. I don’t even bother to reply because there is nothing I could say that will ever change their minds. They were the same type of people who were mouthing off in 2008 saying that all the buildings in Brickell will remain empty for the next decade and City Centre will never happen. All Aboard Florida, Miami World Center, and many projects in Wynwood will be up in running by 2019, that is 5 short years from now. If you wait until then to invest in these areas, you will have missed the bus, literally! And you will be like the many people who call us now asking to purchase a 2/2 in Brickell for under 200K. SMH.

Obviously
6 years ago

Well Marc305, reading some of the comments here about the “landscape, sidewalks and streets being crappy, tree roots lifting the pavement of sidewalks, light posts and parking signs in the middle of sidewalks, SW 1st Ave metrorail station full of garbage with no landscaping, 68 million in taxes Brickell residents pay with just an 8 percent return for services including care and maintenance of the streets,” these guys seem to have a lot of gripes and it’s a miracle your firm makes a dime selling anything in Brickell. I wonder what’s the lure.

Anonymous
6 years ago

Congrats Related!! keep on bringing residents to Brickell.
Well done. Hopefully South Miami Avenue becomes pedestrian at least Friday and Saturday nights!

Anonymous
6 years ago

Great looking building

gregory
6 years ago

So when will Mary Brickell be open…

Obviously
6 years ago

Mary Brickell Village has been open for years, are you referring to NINE at MBV?

marc
6 years ago

Obviously, obviously.

gregory
6 years ago

Yes Nine at Mary Brickell.

XVS
6 years ago

Great pics! The area needs more all-glass buildings with more imaginative silhouettes.

anonymous
6 years ago

Agreed. Who cares about operating costs and efficenacy for the renters – the buildings have glass skins in MIAMI

Dave
6 years ago

It’s sad to see all these buildings go up on S Miami Ave and SW 1 st street yet the landscaping, sidewalks and streets are crappy. It really doesn’t allow the area to live up to its hype

Dave
6 years ago

Meant SW 1st Ave*

Ed
6 years ago

agree. You have tree roots lifting the pavement of sidewalks, light posts and parking signs in the middle of sidewalks. If you go on to SW 1st Ave, metrorail station is full of garbage with no landscaping – just dirt filled areas. You have Brickell City Center just off this transportation hub and it looks like you are in a different city. Marc Sarnoff should take a page from Las Olas Blvd and not just think Brickell is Brickell Avenue.

marc
6 years ago

Apparently there are plans for the land around the Metro Rail stations and beneath the tracks. They are looking for funding right now.

Ed
6 years ago

Thanks for the tip Marc. That would be great but you still have sidewalks and streets not under station that are in awful conditions.

Anonymous
6 years ago

they don’t need to look for funds, we the people of Brickell bring 68 millions on tax revenue to the city and we only get back 8 percent on
return for services including care and maintenance of the streets!!!

marc
6 years ago

They are doing it the entire length from Brickell to Dadeland North, not just Brickell.

Anonymous
6 years ago

Hopefully the sidewalks will be packed with tables and customers of the retail.
Walked thru there and they actually have nice landscaping on 11th and have a great looking canopy and oaks on SMAvenue

Anonymous
6 years ago

Agreed , they did a great job at the ground floor…that retail will be worth a ton one day.

anonymous
6 years ago

I imagine they will be. The buildings and their parking bases are too massive and do not create a welcome street environment.

So the little bit of sidewalk in Brickell should be packed.

Anonymous
6 years ago

Why some of those new condos being high end and expensive have those crapy separation between balconies with only a sheet of metal or plastic separating one balcony from another ? No privacy and hope you don’t have a loud neighbor next to you!!!

anonymous
6 years ago

Because the buyers don’t care. They don’t care because they don’t live there.

Also lax building codes which these developers only meet, not exceed.

Most of these luxury buildings are nothing but a veneer.

Don’t forget the paper-thin walls.