Short-Term-Rental-Friendly 172-Unit Domus Brickell Park Breaks Ground

A short-term-rental-friendly condo project has broken ground in Brickell and obtained construction financing.

Domus Brickell Park is planned to include 172 condo units in a 12-story building.

North Development, a joint-venture between Ricardo Dunin’s Oak Capital and Peru-based Edifica, led by Juan Carlos Tassara, held a groundbreaking ceremony at the construction site on March 21.

Zyscovich Architects, interior architect Urban Robot Associates, Thornton Construction Company, Inc., and Cervera Real Estate are also part of the project team.

The developer secured a $70 million construction loan from South Florida-based Forman Capital and Core Capital to allow work to begin.

More than 50% of units have been sold.

Completion is planned for Q4 2025.

 

(photo: World Red Eye)

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Cover the Podiums
23 days ago

Gorgeous design and solid height. I just wished they changed the zoning south of 15th to allow for mixed use

Anonymous
23 days ago

I think SoFi on this side of the Park in Brickell is mixed use. Check out the huge coffee shop and restaurant at ground level.

Anonymous
23 days ago

It’s a dead-end area. Any mixed use would be like Edgewater, sad, underutilized, and pathetic.

Anonymous
23 days ago

This mixed-use opportunity really stands out from the rest in Miami, especially being in Brickell, right next to the significant developments on SW 2nd Avenue, which is being referred to as Miami’s Park Avenue.

It’s not just about its prime location; what makes it stand out is how walkable, peaceful, and pedestrian-friendly it is, with parks all around. Being close to the Underline and having a new roundabout helps with the traffic, making it pretty easy to get around…

Then there’s the connection to SW 3rd Avenue, a grand promenade that’s got a lot of potential but hasn’t been fully tapped into yet. It’s not only lined with gorgeous Banyan trees and leads into Coral Way and Miracle Mile in Coral Gables, adding a lot to what makes this spot unique, but it also houses many iconic favorites like Perricone’s. This beloved restaurant, among others on SW 3rd Avenue, adds a vibrant culinary scene to the area’s appeal, making it not just a destination for living and shopping but also a prime spot for dining and leisure!

Never
22 days ago

How is your comment longer than the article?

Anonymous
22 days ago

This area is ideal for a European-style pedestrian district, complete with charming, car-free, paved streets. The fact that several blocks here already function well without the need for vehicles makes it an excellent choice for this kind of development.

Name*
23 days ago

This is the cool secret quiet pocket of Brickell.

Anonymous
23 days ago

Love this nook of Brickell. When it has more restaurants and cafes, it will be even better.

Anonymous
23 days ago

Gorgeous lobby! It will be a cute first date, business meeting, or work remote spot.

Anonymous
23 days ago

Right, because nothing says cheap like a first date in your building’s lobby, privacy like a business meeting in public, and delusional like WFH is still relevant.

Anonymous
22 days ago

Tons of people WFH in Miami. Many companies made it permanent, realizing how much more productive and happier the workforce has become.

Anon
23 days ago

Cute design

Anonymous
23 days ago

Love the new design. Bravo!

Anon
23 days ago

Good filler building!

Anonymous
21 days ago

Beautiful design! I always hear about Brickell’s bustling art gallery scene, but haven’t seen any yet. This would be a great area to introduce new art galleries!

Tico
22 days ago

Short-term rental is such a joke. Just build a hotel at that point.

Anonymous
22 days ago

I prefer this a lot more than a hotel. At least people can use them as residences for all or part of the time, and then we have more locals in the area.

Anonymous
23 days ago

Looks great. More on-site short term rentals are needed most places as an alternative to airbnb for example.

Realist - BC
23 days ago

What you are asking for it a hotel… which this is, just with better amenities and not run by a hotelier.

Jamrock
23 days ago

huh? airbnb is short term rental.