Report: 70 Units Have Sold At One River Point

One River Point has sold 70 condos, according to a recent brokerage report.

The ISG World report says that 15 percent of 200 units in the west tower have sold, along with 20 percent of 200 units in the east tower.

Developers were recently in Israel, where they held a party promoting sales at the project.

Construction is expected to begin in Fall of 2016.

 

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Ricky
4 years ago

Nice looking twins.

Jim
4 years ago

Twins that look into each other’s condo and miss the beautiful skyline – property is way too small, needs to be one structure so you can enjoy the city view.

Monica
4 years ago

Awesome! Best looking building in Miami!

Linda Rodriguez
4 years ago

Exceptional project by Rafael Viñoly.

Jim
4 years ago

Send Vinoly back to the drawing board, the condo views will be blocked by the other tower…terrible concept on this one and on the wrong side of the river too.

Jim
4 years ago

Horrible design – the two buildings face each other thus blocking the beautiful city views, why put such a large structure on a small lot. Doesn’t matter this project will never get built, no one in their smart mind would invest in this poorly executed project.

Anonymous
4 years ago

What’s an extra zero between friends?

Anonymous
4 years ago

RIP to my view at The Wind

Jim
4 years ago

Who would buy in a building where basically 90% of the units look into another’s condo, ridiculous cost at $1,000 psf and then waiting for the second tower to be built. Ilf you buy pre-construction ask for ear plugs to block the construction sound of the second tower. This project is not starting in Fall of 2016…it’s never going to start so don’t be FOOLED! Another Developer Miami SCAM!! Check out the Miami Herald articles and research the Developer’s name before you buy.

Anonymous
4 years ago

BS…this job wont happen…they need to get enough sales to build BOTH towers so they can build the crazy BRIDGE up in the sky.
wasting time going to Israel.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Why is it that anything remotely unique that departs from the white stucco cereal box formula that makes most of Miami an eye sore is considered a lark or a waste of time. You would have said the same about the Chrysler building in its day. Go infect some other city with your glorification of the banal and the uninspired.

Anonymous
4 years ago

How many Israeli’s are buying overpriced downtown condos at $1,000 per foot with 50% down cash.

Anonymous
4 years ago

It’s a 10th of the price of the Viñoly in NYC. Maybe research the product first before you dismiss it as overpriced

Anonymous
4 years ago

you said overpriced, i said $1,000 a foot. who cares about a building in nyc? this is miami. real estate is local.

either way, zero sales from israel. maybe one if you’re lucky. okay, being really nice and saying two.

Anonymous
4 years ago

wait i did say overpriced. my bad.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Yes real estate is local, so look at SoFi: the diverse spread of price per square foot you get across the different residential
buildings with different quality, hm?

Marcia
4 years ago

taking it you dont live on the beach if you think $1000 psf is high….

Anonymous
4 years ago

its obvious here on these articles that the brokers are the only people saying positive things. The public is smart and knows this is a bad ideal all the way round. This deal will never happen

Anonymous
4 years ago

Zero people from Isreal or any other Country for that fact – developer is here for his profit only and most likely another Miami scam man

Marcia
4 years ago

you have no idea what you are talking about…..its one building dude- two towers- such a pessimist…too expensive for ya?

Anonymous
4 years ago

Developer is desperate – no sales center either, crazy how they made it this far…this project will never lift off

Mondocondo
4 years ago

Baloney