Revealed: 48-Story Twin-Tower St. Regis Residences Planned In Brickell, Designed By Robert A.M. Stern

Related Group and Integra Investments have announced plans for the twin-tower St. Regis Residences Miami on the waterfront in Brickell.

It will be one of the most expensive condo projects in Miami history.

The St. Regis will have 48-story east tower, and a 47-story west tower. Both will be condos, with no hotel.

Condos will be prices at around $2,000 per square foot. Total sellout value is expected to be $2 billion.

There will be a total of 354 residences between the two towers, ranging in size from 1,300 square feet to 7,000 square feet. Prices will start at $2 million.

The complex will include a total of 55,000 square feet of amenity space, including an indoor lap pool.

Robert A.M. Stern Architects is designing the tower, with interiors by Rockwell Group.

The project site is at 1809 Brickell Avenue. A building formerly housing retirees will be demolished to make way for the new development.

One Sothebys International Realty is overseeing sales. Reservations will begin in January, with official sales expected to get underway in early 2022.

Construction is expected to begin sometime in 2022, a representative of the developer said.

Previously: Related Group Appears To Be Targeting Stanley Axelrod UTD Towers At 1809 Brickell

 

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Anonymous
1 month ago

TWO Robert Stern high-rises coming to MIAMI!?? Be still my heart….this is major!

Anonymous
1 month ago

I’m so happy we can start to kick out the surface parking lots on Brickell Ave and replace them with nice, new towers.

The added benefit of getting the poor people out of Brickell is nice too! Four Ambassadors should be next!

Anonymous
1 month ago

getting the poor people out? The disrespect to the seniors.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Old poor people shouldn’t get the best views in the city. They should’ve worked harder in their lives to deserve better things!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Wow

Anonymous
1 month ago

Like you selling drugs and made your sister hooker.

No one is perfect
1 month ago

Maybe or an exboyfriend that has just been admitted for drug induced minor heart attack. 🙁

No one is perfect
1 month ago

And where exactly in Brickell do you live? If you do, exactly how late are you to work every morning waiting for those 3 other friends of yours’ “roommates” to finish taking their morning showers so they can get to work on time as well?

Anonymous
1 month ago

I hope you make it to be “an old people”

Melo is chad and sigma
1 month ago

Mainland getting those Sunny Isle status buildings.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Bout time

Anonymous
1 month ago

Wait, did we get FIVE articles today??? Wow❤️ Is this our holiday bonus?

Anonymous
1 month ago

I know I’ll get some thumbs downs but the tops look like two tug boats. LOL

Anonymous
1 month ago

Lol, they do!

Anonymous
1 month ago

I only gave you a thumbs down for the lol, lol.
Did you really lol?

Ohhhh ho ho ho….tugboats! Ha ha ha ha tugboats!

“Harold, Are you okay in there?! What’s so funny?”

“THE TOPS OF THOSE BUILDING LOOK LIKE…..TUGBOATS! Ahhhhh hahaha!”

MBBill
1 month ago

Srsly!!! “Let’s put a round, cruise-ship window, ‘cuz we’re on the water! Ooh, aah, look how fancy we are!” Ack, I would expect something more from this architect…

MBBill
1 month ago

And I guess I’d take tug boats over the faux-Tuscan crap they put on some of the buildings in Sunny Isles…

Melo is chad and sigma
1 month ago

Another OG high rise in Miami with a surface lot bites the dust. I’m sure this will be a even more common transition throughout South Florida.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Out with the affordable housing…in with the ultra-luxury!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Brickell baby!!! We don’t need the poors infesting luxury zip codes.

Anonymous
1 month ago

It wasnt “Affordable Housing” it was waterfront government subsidized senior housing.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Even if it was affordable, the market doesn’t command such prices for the location.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Poor people don’t deserve a view of the water!

Anonymous
1 month ago

thats why as a resident of key biscayne I support adding a $50 toll to the rickenbacker (excluding residents, of course). We need to keep all those people from wearing down my precious bridge with their stupid jogging sneakers and wearing down my precious mini-beaches (that I’ll never go to) with their beach towels, lounging, and happiness.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Why not just ask people for their papers!

Anon MIA
1 month ago

The Rickenbacker was not even built when my parents moved here during WWII. Grandparents lived here since 1935.
There was then ONE stilt house on that swamp of an island, she said …. owned by a gay lawyer named Dan Paul, who would host amazing parties there for those arriving by boat (as that is only way to reach it).
Funny that the first resident of Key Biscayne was a gay man.
BTW, lots of people use the Rickenbacker for Crandon Park. KB is an island doing very well now, so chill.

Anonymous
1 month ago

If you visit The Village Of Key Biscayne’s website, you will find a more complete historical description of all the many people and structures on the island – going back to 1513.

I hope Grandma had a great time over at Dan’s, but there likely was a heck of a lot going on long before the 1930’s. 😉

Anonymous
1 month ago

It’s beautiful

Anonymous
1 month ago

Not the location I’d chose to spend this amount of money on a unit.

S.k
1 month ago

Yeah, I was expecting it at the parking lot next to the Yacht Club, or the former Capital Brickell lot next to the Broadway. I guess the market research showed their clients wanting a more secluded spot rather than being in the middle of the hustle and bustle.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Who’d figure?
For some reason, wealthy people like irreplaceable, obstructed waterfront views and locatoons.

Melo is chad and sigma
1 month ago

That part of brickell is less busy and they have a I95 entrance/exit on 25th st. So they’re still close to everything but not in the main action.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I’d actually prefer it bc ur kinda in the action but less congestion(not no congestion just less lol)

Anonymous
1 month ago

Honestly, the views are awesome from this point

Anonymous
1 month ago

???
Brickell Avenue at 18th has stunning views of Key Biscaye, the Miami and Coral Gables Skylines.
Plus…this property just out a bit and that provides even more interest.

It will sell out quickly.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Coral Gables skyline? Lol

Melo is chad and sigma
1 month ago

Yes Coral Gables has the mircale mile and merrick park highrise clusters. The Merrick Park one is even larger due to the city of Miami building so much on that area next to US 1.

Anonymous
1 month ago

What are you talking about? Believe it or not, when it comes to money, South Brickell is the most desirable Miami neighborhood for high-rise living.

Melo is chad and sigma
1 month ago

This is why the first row of condos in Brickell were built in south Brickell and you could see it in Miami Vice openings.

Anonymous
1 month ago

That location is world class

Anonymous
1 month ago

That picture is misleading unless the 51 story building north of this site wouldn’t exist. I can’t understand how will they place these 2 towers in such a narrow lot. Only a few units facing east will have an open bay view, all other units will have views of the 51 story building north of this and views of Brickell Place buildings south of it.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Because of the curve of the coast, the south view is actually the best at 18th St.

Anonymous
1 month ago

It’s a great brand to have in Miami…the pace of development here is mind boggling…and it doesn’t seem to be slowing….

Anonymous
1 month ago

Looks promising!

Anonymous
1 month ago

These will probably be finished before UNA completes the underground parking

Anonymous
1 month ago

It will certainly hurt Una’s pace of sales. Probably also WA. Those are both pitched at the same price point.

Anonymous
1 month ago

There go the Santa Maria building south views!

Robin Stan
1 month ago

Now this is the Bob Stern we’ve been hoping for!!!

Anonymous
1 month ago

LOL a couple weeks ago I was envisioning a St. Regis property by RAMSA behind Freedom Tower, and lo and behold…

Anonymous
1 month ago

Gorgeous

The Far Side !!!
1 month ago

Next to go down for a better condo Tower is the four ambassadors !! 🤗

Anonymous
1 month ago

Clearing out a condo complex of the Four Ambassadors size is going to be a challenge. So much easier to take down a rental building like Yacht Club, an office building like Aon next door, or subsidized rentals like 1809. Let’s hope it happens, though. That complex is an eyesore.

Anonymous
1 month ago

great stuff.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Guys this is not a surface lot. This is Stanley Axelrod Towers which is an affordable senior housing building. They are moving to a new building in allapattah march of next year named mosaico.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I wish these were a bit more typical Stern-styled rather than the weird Cruise-ship aesthetic he seems to use on his Miami buildings but having his work here is a huge win regardless!

Anonymous
1 month ago

He’s paying homage late-1930s and 1940s Streamline Moderne architecture. It’s bit more Miami Beach, and something inspired by Freedom Tower would be my inspiration if I was him and designing a development for the city proper, but these are still beauties on their own right.

No one is perfect
1 month ago

I don’t know. Sometimes I like the Cruise-ship architectural aesthetic. I mean just check out this major cruise line’s new headquarters currently being built on the port. Pretty strong design! Maybe they are on to something!
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Royal Caribbean HQ Miami Beach, FL

Anonymous
1 month ago

Congrats

PirataDeCulo
1 month ago

Nice!

Anonymous
1 month ago

related overdeveloping again…

where have I seen this before

Anonymous
1 month ago

recession after the beginning of the year will weed out alot.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Here goes the stupid politics.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I agree when related stats building everywhere you know the bubble is happening..

luckily they get a nice fee and leave

Anonymous
1 month ago

Looks ugly, very dated and like the headquarters for a cruise line. How is this luxury? Certainly not the St. Regis I know!

Anonymous
1 month ago

To be fair, it’s not a full rendering. Part of luxury is privacy, like not sharing your amenities with hotel guests. That is a great reason not to buy at WA. Even a hotel like Four Seasons gets guests that you wouldn’t want hanging out with you at the facilitles. This is because renters don’t act like owners in the way they respect and care for the property and other residents. This goes double for hotel guests who are only there for a few days.

Anonymous
1 month ago

we have almost 2022.

No one is perfect
1 month ago

Hopefully inflation wont kill us all off and we can enjoy these new buildings