Renderings Revealed For Sentral Brickell, With 803 Residential Units

The first renderings of the massive Sentral Brickell project have been revealed in a new filing, along with additional details of the project.

Sentral Brickell is planned as twin towers rising 43 stories (480 feet, north tower) and 31 stories (360 feet, south tower), according to the September 15 filing with Miami-Dade planners.

The project is planned to include:

  • 803 units (581 units in the north tower, 222 units in the south tower)
  • 11,137 square feet of ground-floor retail
  • 636 parking spaces hidden behind liner residential units, in an 11-story podium

Sentral offers furnished residences for both long and short-term use.

The Brickell property will include a lobby lounge with concierge, fitness center, multiple co-working spaces, and pool decks on both the 13th and 31st floors.

A letter from an attorney representing the developer states:

This mixed-use building will improve the pedestrian environment and promote walkability in close proximity to the Brickell Metrorail and Metromover stations, which are both located just a block to the south. The density and central location of the Project will help reduce urban sprawl. Additionally, the ground-floor retail uses proposed for the Project will help further activate the Underline, which is located directly across the street from the Property. This transit-oriented, mixed-use development will promote the intent of the [Miami-Dade] Rapid Transit Zone and add much-needed housing stock to the heart of Brickell.

The filing last week is a request for a special exception to allow the project under Miami-Dade’s Rapid Transit Zone.

In June, the developers said they expect to break ground in late 2022.

Sieger Suarez is the architect.

PMG and Sentral are the developers.

 

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TobiasR
10 days ago

Cool design!

Anonymous
10 days ago

Pretty building, horrible name

anonymous
10 days ago

Sentral is the name of the nationwide product — http://www.sentral.com

Anonymous
10 days ago

This project will go and look very, very, nice in that location. And the design of it looks beautiful also.

YEET
10 days ago

Another beautiful building in Brickell and even better location.

Anonymous
10 days ago

Solid building, and should be the bare minimum in design standards so we don’t get anymore MyBrickells or Downtown 5ths.

Melo is sigma and chad
10 days ago

Adding a luscious amount of inventory, hope it goes up at Melo speed.

Anonny
10 days ago

Is that glass with an applied art film like 50 Biscayne?

Anonymous
9 days ago

A lot of people who lost spelling bees will probably live here one day lol

Anonymous
10 days ago

No spear, but thank got it is not a box!

Anonymous
10 days ago

*God!

Calivalle..
9 days ago

Awesome beauty…💎💎💎

Anonymous
10 days ago

Looks nice! That pool will barely get any sun, though.

Anonymous
10 days ago

Actually just realized there are two pools!

Anonymous
10 days ago

I see 3 pools

Anonymous
10 days ago

1 pool, 2 pool, 3 pool, more!

Anonymous
10 days ago

11 story parking…..

anonymous
10 days ago

But that crusty motel is historic isn’t it?

Anonymous
10 days ago

Yet another project geared towards more short-term rentals when we need inventory for folks who actually live in the city. Some of these new bldgs aren’t even realistically possible to live in (Lofty only provides a hotel-sized 36″ open “closet” in the master)

Anonymous
10 days ago

I’m not the developer nor do I plan to live there.. so I don’t givahit.

Anonymous
10 days ago

How could you ever live with a 36″ open closet? The horror! Inhumanity!

Plato
10 days ago

Impossible!
Impossible to live with a 36″ open closet.
Impossible to walk on Brickell sidewalks.

This precisely the reason why no one walks in Brickell ever. AND precisely why there are no new building announcements in Brickell! Its because…..

Oh…..wait…

Anonymous
10 days ago

They will also offer long term rentals.

Anonymous
10 days ago

Oh give it up. Some of us want options.

Anonymous
9 days ago

Lovely.

FJB
9 days ago

800 some units with only 650+ parking spaces .. ouch!! Get those electric bikes I guess… No thank you more traffic for downtown 😵‍💫

Anonymous
8 days ago

O’look, more shuttered storefronts in downtown…

anonymous
10 days ago

Another giant parking podium in Brickell. Who cares if it’s lined by residential units. It’s still hundreds of possible new cars, and more pressure to continue this insane car based city design.

Anonying
10 days ago

Show us on the Hot Wheels toy where the car hurt you.

Anonymous
10 days ago

Ahhhhh hahahaha… I almost spit out a mouth full of coffee after reading that!…

Melo is sigma and chad
10 days ago

Just walked to my condos garages and most spots that typically have a car on them have a car on them. Most people aren’t just driving all day.

Anonymous
10 days ago

Don’t like it?.. move to a farming community somewhere.

Anonymous
10 days ago

Or any serious city, I guess.

Plato
10 days ago

Detroit is a serious city. Not a lot of cars on the road either. Is that the Utopia we dream about?

Anonymous
10 days ago

Why would someone who dislikes cars move to a farming community? Maybe you’ve never left Miami, but in farming communities, you need a car to drive anywhere. Like literally anywhere. If someone is advocating for less cars, it’s because they want to live in a city.

Plato
10 days ago

They wouldn’t. People who “want to get cars off the road” are really just signaling to the world their moral superiority. A dopey professor told them, “Cars bad”, and they bought in. They really wouldn’t want to go to a place with few cars…they want Utopia, a pony, and a Golden Ticket……AND THEY WANT IT NOOOOOWWWWWW!!!!

Anonymous
9 days ago

“Why would someone who dislikes cars move to a farming community?” “in farming communities, you need a car to drive anywhere. Like literally anywhere”

No you don’t.. you can ride a horse or jump in a horse drawn buggy in a farming community.

Anonymous
9 days ago

You can’t park your horse and buggy at the town’s social epicenter, the Wal-Mart. You need a car.

Anonymous
8 days ago

^
Now you want to act and feel like you live in a big city and have all its amenities.

Sheesshh.. some people don’t know what they want!

Anonymous
8 days ago

…but there’s far more car traffic in city cores than there is in rural areas. Ohhh, the paradox!!!

Plato
10 days ago

Well….clutch my organic, co-op raised pearls!!!

“possible” new cars…