143 SW 9 st , Brickell ,Miami
The new tower, to be called Brickell Lux, is proposed to be built at 143 Southwest Ninth Street.Brickell Lux will include 108 luxury condos, 60 hotel rooms, and ground floor commercial space, Habitat wrote on social media.
A small apartment building is currently on the property, and is already empty and soon will be demolished.Habitat purchased the property in September 2018 for $14.5 million. At the time, the developer said construction on the new project would begin within two years (records show that construction is now taking place at the current building, with a roof being replaced at a cost of $54,000).Miami-based architectural design firm Ayenk prepared the conceptual design, in association with Kazakhstan’s INK architects.
78 Southwest Seventh Street and 98 Southeast Seventh Street , Miami The combined $163 million purchase breaks down to $80.3 million for Two Brickell City Centre and $82.7 million for Three Brickell City Centre. Each building has about 130,000 square feet, which means they sold for roughly $630 per square foot.Read more
The combined $163 million purchase breaks down to $80.3 million for Two Brickell City Centre and $82.7 million for Three Brickell City Centre. Each building has about 130,000 square feet, which means they sold for roughly $630 per square foot. The buildings are nearly 100 percent occupied and that Swire plans to use the cash for future developments.Read more
It’s a collaborative approach too; developers Terra and Bizzi & Partners Development and their creative team sharing a passion for the city and a belief in the transformative power of good design. For Renzo Piano, Pritzker Prize-winning architect who lives and breathes his art, there’s a serenity to be found in the tension between sky and earth. A serenity that Eighty Seven Park captures so eloquently.Read more
Most recent home to O Cinema -from 2014, this iconic building might make way to a new development.Seven-story building with 114 micro-size residential units is the offer on the table to replace current legendary theater. The public-private partnership proposal comes from Menin Hospitality and KGTC, which is led by Matis Cohen, Marisa Galbut, Jared Galbut and Keith Menin is on the table at this time...Read more