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An ultramodern city within a city is about to take shape in the vibrant Brickell financial district neighboring Downtown Miami. Brickell CitiCentre is a 4.6 million-square-foot development with half a million square feet devoted to retail and entertainment options.
Groundbreaking in 2012 will start the process of creating, first, an open-air shopping center with office space, hotel and parking. More offices and residential space will be created in the second phase of construction. Current plans call for 455-unit condo towers and a 290-room EAST hotel. The inventive and prolific Miami design firm Arquitectonica is leading the team in developing the now 9-acre site into one of the most talked about city developments since San Francisco ’s Embarcadaro Center. Cuttingedge urban design plans call for easy access among the various center structures, often through covered walkways and over pedestrian-friendly bridges. Storefronts and restaurants will line the public avenues. Extensive plantings with broad walkways will be a hallmark of the expansive greenways. The site, which accesses the Eighth Street Metromover Station, will provide extensive parking on two levels. Neighboring traffic flows are being reconfigured to promote safety and ease.
The expanding Brickell neighborhood encompasses the financial center of the region while remaining in close proximity to the plethora of options for recreation, entertainment and culture that is Miami. For the excitement of a 21st Century city within a city, plan on Brickell CitiCentre. A $1.3 billion mixed-use project spanning almost two blocks and 5.5 acres in the Brickell financial district would create Miami’s tallest buildings. The Brickell CitiCentre project, targeted for vacant land at 700 and 701 S Miami Ave., is to include three towers ranging from 69 to 76 stories with 2,424 residential units, more than 200,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space and 130,000 square feet of office space. Completion is projected in three years.
Brickell CitiCentre will undoubtedly have a positive impact on the neighborhood - the South Miami Avenue corridor is undergoing significant redevelopment in the Brickell area. With the addition of Brickell CitiCentre, this corridor will soon become one of the city’s most attractive and sought-after addresses for modern urban living. The façade of the garages at the east and west borders of the property will be highlighted with walls that are Mondrian-meets-Miami inspired assembly of clear and frosted acrylic panels assembled in a metal frame.
Amenities in the towers are to include multiple pools, including a saltwater soaking pool; fitness centers; gardens; a recreation deck cafe, and a spa. Units are expected to go on sale this year. Brickell CitiCentre will attract "a sophisticated, discerning buyer drawn by the high level of quality and unique amenities.
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Pre-Construction: Brickell CityCentre
Address: 701 South Miami Avenue, Miami, 33131
Stories: 69-76 (Unverified)
Units: 800 (Between both residential towers)
Units Size: Range from 900 sqft to 2,500 sqft
Complete Date: 2014
Brickell CityCentre is a $1.05 billion mixed-use development. Strategically located in the center of the Brickell financial district, this is the single largest project currently underway in downtown Miami. Brickell CityCentre is anticipated to bring a whole new level of urban living and sophistication to the area.
Pre-construction is one of the most valued deals for developers into the Real Estate industry since you can buy a home before it has been built.