Units will range from studios to two-bedroom units, and from 330 square feet to 979 square feet. Prices start in the $400,000s and go up to about $1 million. The developers hired Cervera Real Estate to lead sales and marketing. Zyscovich Architects is designing the building, and Urban Robot is the interior design firm.
North at Brickell II LLC, led by Dunin, paid about $8.9 million for the 0.6-acre assemblage in February and March of last year.
The Domus Brickell Park project will only allow owners to occupy their units for up to six months and a day. Dunin said that eliminates potential conflicts between residents and transient visitors, and also still allows owners to claim permanent residency in Florida.
Before arriving, guests can check in online and get the entry code for their unit on their phone. By giving the building a chance to get acquainted with the visitors beforehand, this not only provides convenience but also boosts building security. Only owners and visitors can enter the units because the access key is needed to utilize the elevator. There will also be a visitor call center open around-the-clock.
The reservation system will connect to Airbnb, Booking.com, Expedia, Marriott and airlines, and allow guests to use their Marriott Bonvoy points, for example.
The building’s amenities will include The Peacock Room, an activated lobby with food and beverage, a market, and co-working spaces for guests and the public — inspired by the ACE hotel in New York. The project will also have a wellness center, rooftop pool deck with cabanas and a hot tub.
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