Hundreds Of New Residents About To Move To Brickell

Get ready for an influx of hundreds of new residents to Brickell.

1010 Brickell is now ready for move in after receiving a TCO, and will begin closings in early September.

The project includes 389 units in a 50-story tower.

KEY INTERNATIONAL AND 13TH FLOOR INVESTMENTS

ANNOUNCE COMPLETION OF 1010 BRICKELL

Brickell’s newest luxury condo receives a Temporary Certificate of Occupancy,

with closings to begin in early September

MIAMI (August 23, 2017) – Seasoned real estate investment and development firms Key International and 13th Floor Investments announced today the completion of the highly-anticipated, 389-unit 1010 Brickell. The luxury residential tower, which marks the partnership’s third completed project in the current real estate cycle, received its Temporary Certificate of Occupancy (TCO) from Miami-Dade County today.

After nearly 36 months of construction, 1010 Brickell will begin closings in early September, with its first residents scheduled to occupy the building shortly thereafter. The 50-story condo tower, located in the heart of Miami’s financial district, has enjoyed immense interest from local and international buyers for its abundance of resort-style and family-friendly amenities, wellness offerings, contemporary design and superior central location. The building is currently 99 percent sold, with only three units remaining.

“1010 Brickell’s sales success is a testament to the demand for high-end, luxury residential units that can offer all the benefits of a connected, urban lifestyle,” said Arnaud Karsenti, Managing Principal of 13th Floor Investments. “The project’s state-of-the-art amenities deliver an unparalleled living experience, while the adjacent Metromover station provides instant access to Downtown Miami’s countless entertainment and dining options.”

“Buyers have been captivated by 1010 Brickell since we launched in 2013, so we are not surprised to be opening at nearly full occupancy,” said Inigo Ardid, Co-President of Key International. “This is a truly exceptional luxury development that delivers a dynamic experience, with unmatched amenities specifically curated for the various lifestyle needs of each resident. We are proud to unveil the finished product and welcome our buyers to their new homes.”

Designed by the acclaimed Sieger Suarez, 1010 Brickell introduces a world where modern design and natural beauty combine to deliver the “Perfect 10” experience. The tower enjoys the most comprehensive selection of amenities ever seen in the Brickell corridor, expertly crafted with the buyer in mind.

“With its unique architectural design and innovative amenities, 1010 Brickell sets a new standard for luxury living in Miami’s urban core,” said Rey Melendi, Chief Operating Officer of 13th Floor Investments. “By working with strong partners, we are delivering a project that will exceed even the wildest of expectations.”

A two-story amenity zone, dubbed “The Club at 1010,” presents every imaginable offering. The indoor, heated pool has retractable glass walls to be used rain or shine, while attendant and towel service allows for worry-free enjoyment. Residents can unleash their competitive side in the game room outfitted with bowling, foosball, air hockey, ping pong and arcade games. Fitness aficionados can engage in a pick-up game of basketball on a half-court, can play mini tennis, soccer or volleyball, and can utilize advanced exercise equipment in the expansive fitness center with a clear glass wall providing views into the indoor kid’s playground. When looking to disconnect, the spa affords relaxation and rejuvenation through a hammam Turkish bath, steam rooms, cold and hot plunge pools, and treatment areas.

The rooftop terrace includes an additional modern pool with constant current for aerobic-style exercise. Set against a backdrop of Miami’s cityscape, The Treetop Lounge bar and grill is ideal for a healthy afternoon lunch, while the outdoor movie theater will show the latest sports games and films.

1010 Brickell has a variety of flow-through floor plans, including studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom residences, each up to 2,225 square feet. Each home is thoughtfully designed with nine-foot-high ceilings, enhanced soundproofing, expansive private balconies and built-in master-bedroom wardrobes per plan, while floor-to-ceiling windows offer panoramic views of the Miami skyline and Biscayne Bay. Nestled in the core of downtown Miami, it is a short walk from the shops, restaurants and entertainment, including Brickell City Centre and Mary Brickell Village.

1010 Brickell is a product of one of the most successful partnerships in the industry. Key International and 13th Floor Investments are the team behind the completed 400 Sunny Isles and Eden House, as well as The Harbour, which topped off construction this month.

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Anonymous
4 years ago

Hundreds/Thousands of new units in the area and still no decent schools in the area. Please use part of the extra revenue to build good public schools in the area. This is preventing families to move here.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Exactly. Families will continue to move to the Beach or other areas with decent public schools. Most people can’t afford to spend $30,000 / year / child for school.

Anonymous
4 years ago

People are moving to Key Biscaybe and Doral for this reason.

Anonymous
4 years ago

People paying $1MM for a condo can afford $30k tuition. Now if you mean the people paying the owners to rent those units, I agree.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Seems like a good opportunity for a charter, although rents are probably prohibitively expensive.

suomynona
4 years ago

Except for the fact that, you know, charter schools siphon tax dollars away from public schools and that many charter schools are complete shams.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Even with that money, public schools are a joke. The entire system is run by people who have no vested interest concerning education, and would rather whore about seniority while pocketing money with the bully teacher’s union. It makes the DMV looks like an efficient oiled machine.

Anonymous
4 years ago

As usual, another rightie who talks like he’s an expert.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Okay, tell me why we spend more per student compared to every other industrialized nation, yet we’re shit-tier.

Anonymous
4 years ago

“Okay, tell me why we spend more per student compared to every other industrialized nation, yet we’re shit-tier.”

Um, maybe because of the fact that the USA is the most diverse nation in the world and it’s trying to use a system that fits all no matter how different many languages and cultures it has deal with.

Can you righties ever analyze yourselves?

Anonymous
4 years ago

“Um, maybe because of the fact that the USA is the most diverse nation in the world and it’s trying to use a system that fits all no matter how different many languages and cultures it has deal with.”

Did you just claim foreigners are stupid? Also, the United States hardly fits your Emma Lazarus leftist paradise anymore, if you’ve looked outside your bubble in Miami. Canada, maybe. Even the U.K. and Germany, which several years ago leaders admitted multiculturalism failed. LOL, so much for that.

We had this common sense thing called “assimilation” prior to 1965, which required immigrants to adhere to our culture or go home. We shouldn’t accommodate people who refuse to assimilate with native and naturalized citizen tax dollars. Let them have to face reality and reconsider, or make their homeland a better place.

Anonymous
4 years ago

“Did you just claim foreigners are stupid?”

“Canada, maybe. Even the U.K. and Germany, which several years ago leaders admitted multiculturalism failed. LOL, so much for that.”

Let’s see…from wikipedia:

Canada – Over centuries, elements of Indigenous, French, British and more recent immigrant customs have combined to form a Canadian culture that has also been strongly influenced by its linguistic, geographic and economic neighbour, the United States. Since the conclusion of the Second World War, Canadians have supported multilateralism abroad and socioeconomic development domestically.

Ok…looks like everything is on the up an up there.

Germany – Is the largest national economy in Europe, the fourth-largest by nominal GDP in the world, and fifth by GDP. The economic model of Germany is based on the concept of the social market economy. In 2016, Germany recorded the highest trade surplus in the world worth $310 billion, making it the biggest capital exporter globally. Germany is the third largest exporter in the world with 1.21 trillion euros ($1.27 trillion) in goods and services exported in 2016.

Hmmm…everything seems be doing fine there….

The U.K. or United Kingdom – The United Kingdom is a developed country and has the world’s fifth-largest economy by nominal GDP and ninth-largest economy by purchasing power parity. The UK is considered to have a high-income economy and is categorised as very high in the Human Development Index, ranking 16th in the world.

Gee, the U.K. seems to doing great….

Funny, multiculturalism appears to be doing fine in these countries you mentioned. But you know what they say about unnamed “sources”, they’re unnamed because the person claiming it is quoting nothing but pure BS!

Anonymous
4 years ago

To Mr. Wikipedia,

If you believe multiculturalism within the last twenty years made countries great compared to achievements in 200 years, explain the cultural enrichment that is no-go zones, homicide and rape spikes, and permanent welfare population.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Hey dude, if want an example of something that doesn’t work from 200 years ago, take a peek at the history of this country. The invaders came (europeans) and after they stepped foot here, the, indigenous people of this land (so-called Indians) caught pure hell and got basically wiped out. And then it was the Africans turn to be dragged here and degraded and humiliated while being thrown in chains and worked to death. The Asians (Chinese people) who came to build railroads, caught so much hell from these vicious europeans to the point they decided to live underground than face their wrath above.

So please, don’t try to make sense of anything with your non-sensical rightwing revisionist history. Any European nation’s history is rift with homicide and rape, a permanent welfare population that’s always been dependent on the spoils of another people’s stolen land, and the cultural enrichment claimed from the blatant hijacking of some other people’s creation.

Get lost dummy.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Alright. Never mind the fact EVERY country and culture has committed atrocities against others so they themselves aren’t wiped out. Claiming we shall “reap what we sow” to atone for past sins doesn’t give you any moral high ground. It’s better to help their homeland directly, but the independent leaders of said countries are extremely corrupt just like from the past, which allowed us to easily conquer anyway.

It’s called natural selection. If you want to deny and reverse it with all your social engineering, go live in Venezuela.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Still twisting yourself into a pretzel while trying to explain your point huh?

STFU!

Anonymous
4 years ago

“Still twisting yourself into a pretzel while trying to explain your point huh?”

Oh, it’s you again. Figures.

Anonymous
4 years ago

“Um, maybe because of the fact that the USA is the most diverse nation in the world and it’s trying to use a system that fits all no matter how different many languages and cultures it has deal with.”
That is because diversity is not our strength and clearly you proved it yourself.

Anonymous
4 years ago

And as usual, another leftist wants more funds to indoctrinate children to want more government.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Another dumb talking point made up by these righties to make them sound witty.

Marc307
4 years ago

I like turtles

Anonymous
4 years ago

You like turtles the way these righties like being conned by the con-man in chief who suckered them into spending their money on his fake university. Which is one reason why “we spend more per student compared to every other industrialized nation, yet we’re shit-tier” because these rightwingers appear clueless and dumber than ever.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Trump University was private education program, not public K-12 education.

Anonymous
4 years ago

That I know. I’m pointing about an example of a place where these rightwingers get their “supposedly higher” education from.

Anonymous
4 years ago

I don’t know anybody who took Trump University classes, let alone any right wingers. In fact, the people represented in the lawsuit all appear California liberals who probably don’t even understand the simplest principles of real estate and risk, which you a glorified internet seminar is unnecessary for. Anyone mindlessly absorbing desperate left wing talking points it don’t even realize it was never intended to be a proper university.

Anonymous
4 years ago

“I don’t know anybody who took Trump University classes”

“the people represented in the lawsuit all appear California liberals”

Huhhhh!!!!….your logic is so twisted to the point where I know there is no point in conversing with you.

Anonymous
4 years ago

It’s just an observation, but my assumption is far better than your belief Trump is the boogeyman.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Nahhh…he’s just a con-man….

Anonymous
4 years ago

Anybody in business is a con-man to leftists because they think capitalism in itself is immoral. Fair enough. At least Trump isn’t owned by globalists and state sponsors of terrorism. If such special interests aren’t confidence tricks against our country, I’ll be damned.

Anonymous
4 years ago

“At least Trump isn’t owned by globalists and state sponsors of terrorism.”

Nah, he’s just one of them.

Anonymous
4 years ago

“Anybody in business is a con-man to leftists.”

Well, when you’re lying about calling what you own a “University” and hiring people with no teaching credentials to teach there, and payout millions because you were sued by former students, then yeah, you’re a “CON-MAN!”

Anonymous
4 years ago

Uh, with Brickell Heights two towers, this, and continuing inflow into the BCC towers and SLS I would say get ready for THOUSANDS of new residents!

Anonymous
4 years ago

The condos are just used to get money out of south america. They couldnt care less if they are occupied.

Anonymous
4 years ago

I’ve lived in several buildings in Brickell and they are all highly occupied. The high property taxes and hoas need to be paid somehow or it’s a drain on one’s bank account.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Yes!!! That’s why if we want to bring families to leave here, we need good public schools in the area.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Yeah, you’re right, if we want to bring families to “leave” here, we need good public schools in the area.

Whew!…if you are a representation of the people in this area, then it certainly suffers from the lack of good schools.

Pali
4 years ago

No pics of the interior part?

Anonymous
4 years ago

Looks mediocre, probably my least favorite new building on the south miami ave corridor

Anonymous
4 years ago

At least it has some curves, unlike the chunk of crap known as Bond.

Anonymous
4 years ago

I think the building actually looks really nice. From what you can see from the outside of the lobby, it’s a nice sleek design. It’s a shame it will be sandwiched between two other towers, but that’s Brickell.

suomynona
4 years ago

I don’t think there’s anything special looking about the building from that pic. But that’s fine. Not every building is going to be glitzy and glamorous, nor should every building try to be.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Who said this article was about the glitz and glam of this building?

Anonymous
4 years ago

This is under the presumption that purchased also means it will be occupied. More likely completion means a hundred or so new residents.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Plus those moving from other parts of Miami or other buildings.

Gringo
4 years ago

C’mon over to BRICKELL and live the good life….we welcome you…

Anonymous
4 years ago

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Anonymous
4 years ago

No parks, libraries, museums, one post office, diversity? no mass transit…what’s the attraction fast shiny cars?