Work About To Begin On ZOM’s 438-Unit Solitair Brickell

Site work will soon begin on ZOM’s 48-story Solitair Brickell rental tower at 86 SW 8 Street, across from Brickell City Centre (the project was formerly known as Brickell Bayview Center).

ZOM now has a permit to demolish a ramp that connects to the parking garage of the neighboring Brickell Bayview Center office tower. A construction permit to begin work on the new tower is pending.

The developer plans 438 residential units, 440 parking spaces, and 7,649 square feet of ground floor retail space. Solitair is approved by the FAA at a height of 555 feet.

Zom also has another downtown Miami rental project, the 462-unit Monarc at Met 3, currently under construction above the newly opened Whole Foods market. That brings the total number of apartments that ZOM is adding to the downtown rental pool to 895 units.

ADD Inc is the architect, and Balfour Beatty is the construction contractor.

 

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Anonymous
6 years ago

Great..Miami is embracing urbanity finally..we need more people to support Brickell Citycentre and Deaign District.
Less parking and more public transportation…more people will walk.
Finally happen…want to see a Tower in every vacant lot in Brickell.
Lets fill it up..all zoned for 500 units an acre.

gregory
6 years ago

This building cycle has truly been the best one yet.

obviously
6 years ago

Actually, I forgot all about this project. I’m really happy to see more rental units going into the rental pool in Brickell.

Marc305
6 years ago

Wait, this is going between the Burger King Plaza and that white building in the corner of 8th and SW 1st Ave? … There is hardly any space there now. Wow! Well, I am with “obviously” it is good to see rental units go up, especially so close to the Metro and Metromover.

Anonymous
6 years ago

Now I think its safe to say that Brickell Heights has completely 0 views.

Obviously
6 years ago

Shessh….I have been to cities like Paris (twice), Barcelona, Frankfurt, Chicago, and too many others to mention. A whole lot people in Miami really need to travel.

anonymous
6 years ago

Brickell Heights still has great views!

Skipip
6 years ago

How are cars going to park in the commercial building garage if there is no ramp?

gregory
6 years ago

Glad to see more rentals.

Anonymous
6 years ago

Dont lower the 50% deposits and hopefully banks dont start doing stupid construction loans…solid recepy for a longer cycle.
Buyers are pytting a lot more money and doung far better due dilligence.

Preconstruction market will clean itself, and some projects that cannot reach high presales will not happen…good for the overall cycle.

JZ
6 years ago

The overall lack of new class A office development for the urban core is anomalous for an urbanized city and is tipping the building-use proportion in MIami further in favor of residential. If the high density residential building cycle persists, it would call into question the traditional notion that residential development is an offshoot of (and dependant upon) office development in a CBD.

Maybe
6 years ago

The state and local government need to help bring in companies who could relocate their HQ’s, which would bring professional jobs. Like the cruise companies, maybe start with the hotel industry, and try to attract hotel brands to open up larger offices.