Vertical Construction Begins At 262-Unit Maizon Brickell

Another Brickell apartment tower is going vertical.

Crews were installing tower cranes at the Maizon at Brickell site yesterday, about six months after foundation work began in July 2017.

The 262-unit Class-A luxury rental is being developed by ZOM Florida, and Invesco Real Estate. It includes an 8-story and a 19-story tower.

Santander Bank provided $52m in construction financing. MSA Architects is the architect, and Moss the contractor.

 

 

 

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Anonymous
3 years ago

Great !!! ……now the growth needs to expand west to develop all this abandon and old sites….

Anonymous
3 years ago

I agree… but I wish West Brickell would get some thirty and forty something story towers.

Anonymous
3 years ago

That will do wonders for that area

Jesus
3 years ago

Awesome! I want to see this construction boom extend even farther from Brickell to the West. I want to see a line of these types of buildings although I would like to see a little bit of brick and mortar all along US1.

Anonymous
3 years ago

more scintillating architorture

Anonymous
3 years ago

Who said anyone is supposed to get your design approval for any building proposal in Miami?

Get over yourself.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Many times each day, the traffic is at a standstill from 13th St to 8th St in both directions. You can sit there watching 3 green lights come and go without your car making any progress. Pity the poor suckers moving into this nondescript block who actually use a car for, I don’t know, going to work? Going to the airport? The store? The beach? Having to beg some stranger to let them slide into a stalled line of cars each time they’re leaving or coming home. Quality of life- LOL.

Magazine
3 years ago

Or perhaps one of those poor suckers commuting 1.5hrs each way from the aventura area while working in Brickell will now move to Brickell, thus removing cars from the road.

Anonymous
3 years ago

The city will keep growing despite of our local/state/federal government inability to invest in a modern public transportation system.

Anonymous
3 years ago

You’re right. Another cookie cutter slab backed up against the next one. Too bad there is no motivation, financial or otherwise, for more green space.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Funny, I see a lot of green space nearby, right over there next to I-95.

William
3 years ago

Rents have to be under allot of pressure. These new structures have tons of amenities, well located, and provide good views. The b- and c products in LH will certainly be pushed down (rental income).

Anonymous
3 years ago

Cheap