Tree Permit Now In Review At Cipriani Residences; New Interior Renderings Released

The developer of Cipriani Residences has applied for a tree permit and released new interior renderings.

Three towers are planned at the complex, including the 80-story Cipriani tower.

There will also be two apartment towers rising 50 and 60 stories.

According to a tree permit for the apartment towers side, five trees will be removed from the right of way, while eight will be replanted as a replacement. In addition 26 trees are planned to be planted on the property itself.

On the Cipriani side one tree will be removed from the right of way, while another will be removed from the property. A total of 26 replacement trees are planned.

The interior design is said to be a modern take on Venetian design, and was created by Leo Bertacchini of 1508 London and CEO Giuseppe Cipriani.

All the upholstery and light pendants included in the lobby will originate from Italy, including an authentic Murano glass chandelier that will hang in the main entryway.

 

(renderings: The Boundary)


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Not Anonymous
1 month ago

They’re moving as fast as Melo, but with way better design

Anonymous
1 month ago

True. Way better design than Melo

Melo is sigma and Chad
1 month ago

the units are for a different market and area, no need to jab at Melo again.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Geeezzzz… thankyou for pointing that out man.

Giga chad Melo
1 month ago

Melo is trying to house the masses, not provide more piggy banks in the sky.

Qtip
1 month ago

Many of those rich people are moving here!

Anonymous
1 month ago

The tallest tower, at least. The two apartment boxes are basically Cadillac Cimarron to Melo’s Chevrolet Cavaliers.

Not Anonymous
1 month ago

the others aren’t art pieces, but they aren’t THAT ugly.

Clearly
1 month ago

Well done! Love this project. It’ll add some serious density to Brickell.

Truth Matters
1 month ago

Colombians are the top foreigners buying at Cipriani. Units are selling fast.

Anonymous
1 month ago

They’re buying up shit with their cocaine money.

Not Anonymous
1 month ago

IDK if you uneducated American knows this, but Latin America has a thriving (non-drug related) economy, and there are many Latinos that can afford an apartment here.

Anonymous
1 month ago

As someone who works in Latin America, I wouldn’t exactly use the word “thriving” but I definitely realize it’s not all drug-related.

Anonymous
1 month ago

The comment didn’t mention “many Latinos in Latin American countries,” it only mentioned Colombia.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Depends how many pinkos “elected.”

Melo is sigma and chad
1 month ago

why are you here and quit with the latino, stuff el negros and indios arent buying these.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Traditional Italian refinement meets Miami’s vibrant lifestyle. Perfect wedding.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Absolutely not. All that Mahogany wood is completely out of place for a luxury condo in Miami. It looks outdated even in the renderings.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Couldn’t disagree with you more. It’s exceptionally elegant, sleek and timeless. And if nothing else, at least it dares to be a bit different than most of the other projects in South Florida, all shimmering white and minimalist with not an ounce of warmth or hint at relaxed comfort

Anonymoose
1 month ago

full agree. the “all white and grey everything” phase is thankfully coming to an end. People want warmth and personal identity for their home spaces. they dont want to feel like they’re being shuffled around empty plastic and ugly faux-marble sparkly quartz containers.

Its cool seeing such a high end design lining up with how my wife and I remodeled our home a couple years back, too

Anonymous
1 month ago

Go. Beck out the 1 Hotel in SoBe. That’s the right way of doing natural wood in a modern, Miami way. This isn’t the northeast.

Clearly
1 month ago

No, that’s called timeless interior design. This isn’t the W.

Agreed
1 month ago

Looks dated, Mahogany needs to stay in the 90s

Anonymous
1 month ago

Minimalist needed to stay in the 60s.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Yep, everything lux should look like the inside of an Apple store. 😉 Austere is the best!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Without the mahogany, this (like most minimalist design) looks washed out and like it’s following design trends from Tokyo office suites.

Anonymous
1 month ago

It’s not the design that is forced, IMO, but the fact that 80% of these units will be staring right into an Ant Farm of other buildings across the street. Oh, there Pepito with his dog making love with no care of neighbors, sitting on their toilets. These units are much more dense than in NYC.

Anonymous
1 month ago

It’s like living on a boat… that’s a no for me

Giga chad Melo
1 month ago

This project is massive. Not too many cities are experiencing this kinda explosive growth.

Anonymous
1 month ago

wow thats a lot of wood on the interior

anonymous
1 month ago

these towers will overshadow those , small , horrible white buildings in the front row of the skyline

Melo is sigma and Chad
1 month ago

They luxury and melo speed. Hope to see piling work soon.

Anonymous
1 month ago

interior looks dated already

Anonymous
1 month ago

Still isn’t too late to scrap the two apartment buildings for a twin of the tallest tower.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Oh my. I was so excited about this project until I see the dark wood which is indeed very elegant but reminds me of my grandfather’s boat … I can’t believe the kitchens will be so dark …. They look outdated big time … Someone lost it .

Anonymous
1 month ago

If I ever need a permit for a tree then remind me to make like one and leave lol

Anonymous
1 month ago

We need a whole foods in brickell now with all these other units coming. And no not another generic shitty Publix please

Anonymous
1 month ago

Very west Brickell.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Now the renderings of it in Brickell’s skyline demonstrates how you design structures to blend in with other tall structures that’s already there.. unlike that “copycat Waldorf Astoria building” we’ll see going up downtown.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Downtown will have more 1000’+ footers that will blend Waldorf well. Relax.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Like you, I’m already “Relaxed.” And while you’re waiting for these other “1000fters” to be built, just like me, you’ll be sitting there looking at that tall Waldorf Astoria copycat designed tower downtown.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Why are people so obsessed with these 1000ft towers

Anonymous
1 month ago

Because in this county, all they’re used to seeing are mostly thousands and thousands of houses…

Anonymous
1 month ago

Melo should not be mention to get her with this design and quality

Anonymous
1 month ago

Um, (scratching my head)…

anonymous
1 month ago

meh, another giant parking podium at the base… BORING

Clearly
1 month ago

Where do you suggest putting it? Underground?

Sub Tropics
1 month ago

Yes actually this buildings on the Brickell ridge and the site was already excavated pretty deep for years without flooding so there’s room for at least two levels underground parking across the whole site no setbacks underground.

Anonymous
1 month ago

That’s what she told me about you.. BORING!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Lord, you people are tiresome. It’s gripe after gripe and not even original ones, at that. Podium…blah, blah, blah…mass transit…blah, blah, blah…palm trees and not shade trees…blah, blah, blah. Give it a rest

Anonymous
1 month ago

Bicycle lanes and blah blah blah. Bury overhead wires and blah blah blah. People moving in from NYC, Cali, plus other places and blah blah blah. Traffic on Biscayne Blvd and blah blah blah. Housing cost and blah blah blah. Melo buildings and blah blah blah…

These whiners are never gonna stop.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Clearly you took a page from their book to whine.