Second Tower Launched At St. Regis Residences In Brickell After ‘Unprecedented’ $400M In Sales

St. Regis Residences in Brickell has launched sales for a second tower after seeing strong sales at the development’s first tower.

The developers also released a new rendering showing both towers.

There has already been over $400m in sales at the St. Regis Residences’ eastern Astor Tower, according to an email blast from the project’s in-house brokerage team.

The sales pace is an “unprecedented success,” they said.

Now, sales are launching for the western building, known as the William Tower.

The towers are being designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects. A partner at the firm has called the project “a gift to the Miami skyline.”

Prices start at $2.8 million, with unit sizes starting at two bedrooms with 2,300 square feet.

The developers are Related Group and Integra Investments. ONE Sotheby’s International Realty is overseeing sales.

 

 

 

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Conno Sir
5 months ago

Indeed, a gift to the Miami Skyline

Anonymous
5 months ago

Beautiful, gorgeous, and wonderful ❤️

Billy
5 months ago

It’s wonderful to see what is happening in Miami. However there will a time again in the future to redeveloped. How could that happen with so many tall bldgs right next to each other

Anonymous
4 months ago

Good thing the city doesn’t have you to figure that out.

Anonymity
4 months ago

Happens in NYC all the time.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Beautiful! This part of Brickell Ave has so many available lots for development still. This will be a great addition.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Um, not really unless you mean redevelopment of aging buildings from the 1960s and 1970s as with this development. Everything the other side of Brickell Avenue south of 15th Road will stay low-rise, because believe it or not, rich people like single-family homes in proximity to downtown too. Basically, it’s like most the barrier island, only instead of A1A and the Atlantic Ocean, it’s Brickell Avenue and Biscayne Bay.

El Pingolyn :)
4 months ago

Your comment assumes that the op was wrong by saying that there are many available lots that can be developed. You don’t redevelop an old building. You demolish it and develop a new one. You can’t redevelop something that’s no longer there unless you’re making the same thing again. To say that there is many available lots in Brickell to be developed is an accurate statement to make. Let’s not insult each other by getting lost in senseless jargon. Everybody knows we who actually love Miami want to see it with new safe structurally sound and aesthetically appealing mega structures to put us on the map in a global scale.

Anonymous
4 months ago

“This part of Brickell”, i.e. from S 15th St to Rickenbacker Causeway, doesn’t have a single empty lot. Una and St Regis are being built on land where old buildings were demolished.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Let’s hope Brickell Place is next to go 🤢

Anonymous
4 months ago

Yes, I was referring to redevelopment of aging buildings. There are PLENTY of older buildings/complexes on Brickell Ave that need to go.

Anonymous
5 months ago

This venture acted with honesty and from the beginning already announced that it would build two towers, it seems obvious that the east will have a better view of the bay than the west tower. Some other releases are not doing this. Baccarat, for example, announced that the complex will have three towers, but, at the time of presentation and the start of sales, he made renderings with only one tower, conveying the idea of a smaller project, therefore, more exclusive. I don’t think this is correct.

Brickell OG
5 months ago

But they also lose LOTS of honesty points with this new rendering. Where are the Brickell Place towers immediately to the south, or the massive Santa Maria immediately to the North? Also, having lived in this area for over ten years, I have never seen the bay that color…LOL!

Anonymous
5 months ago

The Caribbean Sea moved here.

Anonymous
5 months ago

That’s true. I love this development but it will be smack-dab in between the beautiful Santa Maria building and the —gracefully but very obviously aging —Brickell Place towers.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Actually, given the way the buildings are positioned, these both sit to the east of the Santa Maria. The lot extends far further east than the S.M.

ASG
4 months ago

The Santa Maria is set back much more and doesn’t block the views of these building, so you might want to check out the site plan.

Miami OG
5 months ago

“Surrounding buildings and landmarks modified or omitted”. Translation, we are lying and embelishing.

Original
5 months ago

^
There is no law that says developers have to show other developers property in the area when they’re showing renderings of how their project will look.

Anonymous
5 months ago

^you need a law for being honest and upfront with your customers?

Original
5 months ago

^
Would you pay 50 million dollars for a condo in Manhattan without looking at the building or checking out the site where they are going to build the new building?

Anonymous
4 months ago

^^so that’s you’re weak justification for misleading customers…that buyers should know not to trust the developer’s lying ass? Care to share

Anonymous
4 months ago

…care to share which developer you work for?

Original
4 months ago

“so that’s you’re weak justification for misleading customers…that buyers should know not to trust the developer’s lying ass?”

Answering a question with a question is called deflection. Now answer the question:

Would you pay 50 million dollars for a condo in Manhattan without looking at the building or checking out the site where they are going to build the new building?

Anonymous
5 months ago

As Related is involved be prepared to be able to hear your neighbors talk and smell their cooking through the walls.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Only when Arquitectonica is the architect.

Not Anonymous
5 months ago

😍 these are justified as “Iconic”

Azure
5 months ago

Very nice.

Anonymous
5 months ago

Okay, que the – “We don’t need more towers, we need affordable housing” – comment.

Anonymous
5 months ago

And cue the more resounding “fuck that” responses

Anonymous
5 months ago

lol…

Azymous
5 months ago

We need both

Mana Mañana
5 months ago

We need luxury towers facing the bay and affordable housing in Little Havana, Allapatah, Overtown, Hialeah…etc

Anonymous
5 months ago

Yes! Keep the “affordable towers” in the affordable places. Let Brickell be beautiful.

Anonymous
4 months ago

If I can afford to live in a building in a unit that’s $3500 a month no matter where it is and you can’t, that only mean that people like me can afford to live there and you can’t.

“Keep the “affordable towers” in the affordable places”

I said this once and I’ll say it again. People want to live a Capitalistic society in a Capitalistic country but they want Communist rules in government.

Non sesual with it
4 months ago

So we are going to have this tower, Una, and 1201 brickell ave? all rising at the same time along the coast? let’s get it

Non sesual wit it
5 months ago

Finally something beautiful and totally sesual.

M m
5 months ago

These are *so nice*

Anonymous
4 months ago

Hooray more expensive rich people towers for American, Russian, and Latin American oligarchs to park their money while engaging in extraordinary tax avoidance schemes 🙂 I can’t believe you real estate bootlickers feel the need to disparage people who ask for affordable housing when this site is literally tailor-made for your fetishistic tower obsessions.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Affordable housing is fine, but not on prime real estate like this. Go ride your high horse somewhere else.

Anonymous
4 months ago

You must be part of generation Z, because your kind think everything should be given and go your way.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Nope. I’m on the younger side of millennials actually. Just a fan of nice pretty buildings and people living within their means.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Nah.. but its really funny that no matter how mad people like you get or how you don’t like people whom you said have “fetishistic tower obsessions” and call them “real estate bootlickers,” its really odd to us that you then say you’re “Just a fan of nice pretty buildings,” which means no matter how tall they’re built or who they’re built by.

Dan
4 months ago

How tall?

Melo is sigma and Chad
5 months ago

Based and Twin Tower Pilled