Video Shows Model Of 950-Foot Cipriani Residences Planned In Brickell

There’s a scale model of the 80-story Cipriani Residences planned in Brickell in the project’s sales center, according to a video posted by John Pompliano.

The Cipriani Residences tower is approved at a height of 940 feet above ground, or 950 feet feet above sea level.

Two additional towers with rental apartments are also approved at the same property, rising 50 and 60 stories with a maximum height of 693 feet above ground, or 710 feet above sea level.

The combined three towers are planned to include:

  • 1,300 residential units (with 397 of those in the Cipriani condo tower)
  • 18,300 square feet of full service restaurant
  • 1,646 car parking spaces
  • 2,472 bike parking spaces

Construction permitting is now underway for all three towers.

The developer previously said that all three towers will rise simultaneously, with financing already secured.

Mast Capital is the developer. Arquitectonica is the architect.


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Anonymous
13 days ago

Start building!

Anonymous
13 days ago

The southern part of Brickell north of 15 street will be very New York City dense with the Cipriani complex, Citadel supertall, and the 1428 Brickell Tower.

Manny
12 days ago

Except with gridlock traffic

Anonymous me
13 days ago

Love this project!

Anon
13 days ago

Looks very cool – I actually like the playful parking garage facades – gives me design district vibes

Brickell Design Board
13 days ago

Love more Design District vibes throughout Brickell.

Anonymous
13 days ago

Amazing when you put thought into concealing a parking garage rather than a solid concrete wall with Swiss cheese holes poked into it and a pukey mural.

Vincent
13 days ago

Just short of supertall status. Incredible.

Robin Stan
13 days ago

Not terribly excited by the basically blank backside, but I guess it will be masked by the other buildings in the development. Looking at that wall will be the burden to bear by the slightly less rich people in the apartment towers.

Ugh
13 days ago

I hate then they leave the backside blank. At least dress it with some texture or facade.

Anon
13 days ago

More housing is good news.

Bob the art guy
13 days ago

Don’t trash Arquitectonica… they have delivered a high level of imagination and inventiveness to the city. This project is particularly nice and I will have a great view of it from balcony. Im so happy the skin of it will be a light color. Miami is about sun. Would people want to visit the Greek isles if they painted the buildings black?

Anon
13 days ago

I love the colors and patterns, just please no faces!! Like the proposed RELATED… Gallery at Brickell. I find large scale faces intimidating and ugly and can’t be the only one. Faces are great on sculptures but not a gigantic wall looking down at you.

anonymous
13 days ago

Hideous blank wall the entire building!

Anonymous
13 days ago

Would you rather be a giant tribal tattoo down the building like some Pinnacle Housing project in Liberty City?

Anonymous
13 days ago

The renderings show this building being fully glass but there are a lot of blank walls in the model

transplant
13 days ago

At over 150 feet taller than the Four Seasons, pretty sure the height disparity will be even more noticeable than the rendering shows

anon
13 days ago

third times the charm! The Capital heights or whatever it’s called developers didn’t do anything and nor did the Chinese ones

Juan
13 days ago

>2,472 bike parking spaces

Now that’s thinking for the future

Name*
12 days ago

Amazing! Brickell should have more bike stations all around the Underline. I saw Citibikes at the Brightline station – bike stations are better than scooters that get thrown on the street. There’s hope for more carless living!

caboose
13 days ago

meh, at least the cipriani tower looks nice

Melo, the true giga chad
12 days ago

This is a proper building on a proper location! it only took 20 years! lmao