With First Two Towers Sold Out, Third Tower At Smart Brickell Launches

Developer Habitat Group has announced they are launching sales for a third tower at Smart Brickell.

The first two towers are sold out and under construction, with delivery of Tower 1 expected in March 2022, the developer said in a press release.

Construction on the third tower is scheduled to begin in Q3 2022 with completion expected in 2024.

The third tower at Smart Brickell will be wider than the first two, allowing larger floor plans.

Smart Brickell’s tower 3 will include:

  • 71 flexible-use condos (allowing short term rentals)
  • 42 short-term lodging units
  • rooftop bar and lounge
  • ground floor bistro restaurants
  • one valet parking space per unit

All of the units will be fully finished and furnished, and allow short term rentals through platforms such as Airbnb.

Cervera Real Estate is handling sales.

 

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Anonymous
1 month ago

The 3 ugly sisters.

Melo is chad and sigma
1 month ago

*Three infill towers, adding foot traffic.

Anonymous
1 month ago

GOOD infill.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Every time I see one of these long-view shots I am reminded of how low our density is. Brickell area is at most 3 blocks deep. There are huge chunks of downtown either empty or with 2-3 story buildings. The same goes for the Melo district. What we do have is BEAUTIFUL compared to other cities, but still, in my mind at least, not enough.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Nancy, Kamala and Lori Lightfoot

Anonymous
1 month ago

Marjorie, Laura and Jeanine

Anonymous
1 month ago

Tucker, Sean and Rudy

Anonymous
1 month ago

You own the internet with your comment

Anonymous
1 month ago

Should have said the 3 Lee sisters,.. Ugly, Homely, and Sickly…

Anonymous
1 month ago

You get a curb cut! And you get a curb cut! And you get a curb cut! 🎉

Azarius
1 month ago

Much needed units in west Brickell! I just hope they can service the needs for housing and not just Airbnb purposes

Brickellite
1 month ago

Hey Folks, a word of caution, please read and understand the condo documents before any pre construction purchase, protect yourself, remember their are NO condo management companies capable of these abnb developments, trust me. I’m the HOA president of mine and its not good for the unit owners…so make sure you understand exactly what you are buying. I didn’t, and got tired of complaining so I became President.

Anonymous
1 month ago

brickell is expanding west and to the miami river, i’m glad to see this projects are making progress. urban 22 by melo just started vertical construction and that makes me so happy

Anonymous
1 month ago

“Ground floor bistro restaurants” better not mean Subway, Dunkin’ Donuts, and a f-ing 7-Eleven. Remember when Everglades on the Bay, which replaced one of downtown’s most beautiful old hotels, was supposed to get a fancy restaurant in its base? Instead, it got CVS and soon a Marshalls, and countless low-class short-term rental tenants above.

Anonymous
1 month ago

if that is what the market demands, then so be it

Anonymous
1 month ago

Still dumb with all the driveway curb cuts.

Anonymous
1 month ago

“rooftop bar and lounge”

Can’t wait!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Smart Brickell?

More like Smart Hialeah!

Anonymous
1 month ago

This is actually a very nice project.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Ugly, but i guess the density will be good.

William
1 month ago

I saw tower 1 going up… where is tower 2?

Stavi
1 month ago

I think they are a lot more behind than the article states. Their construction crew also looks barebones. Lack of funds perhaps?

Andy
1 month ago

Lack of funds probable, that’s probably why they’re selling apartments this early. Though I’m not an expert on the standards of practice in regards to selling apartments before a building is constructed.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Yes agree, I have no idea what 2nd tower they are talking about. Slowest construction ever.

Ciparoo
1 month ago

Lol the curbcuts are obnoxious and agree with others this construction is moving slooooooooow. Airbnb folks don’t usually make a neighborhood more pleasant either, so folks might not end up liking this place so much.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Yuk!!!!!! Build it Hollywood.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Building this in 3 Phases in the very least cost them double.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I’m not against Airbnb, I’m against the total release of this system, as it harms hotels too much. A balance between Airbnb and hotels is good for the city, as this free competition prevents price explosions. And, with more accommodation options and good prices, we will have more tourists in the city, also moving commerce, restaurants, generating jobs, income and taxes.