Whatâ€™s new in Brickell/ Miami Downtown? 1
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A 40 story, 300 unit development
with 1,2,3 bedrooms ranging
95% sold NW 7 Ave.
N Miami Ave.
NE 2 Ave. Biscayne Blvd.
NW 29 St.
Resorts World Miami
The Genting Group $3 billion project which includes two residential towers with 1000 units. The plans to include a casino in the mega project have now been put on hold.
Midtown & Design District
innovative, urban-style residencesNW 5 St. including lofts, apartments and
and mixed-use development with a total of 800 units. Estimates ranging from 900- 2500 sq.ft and
2 thur Causew MacAr a
priced between $450,000 and $850,000.
penthouses. Set for completion in the first quarter of 2015.
1000 Museum The skyline changing new residential tower of World famous and prize winning architect Zaha
SW 8 St.
Penthouses at $30 million.
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low $400s per sq.ft. and will range from 600 sq.ft to 1600 sq.ft units.
residences which are expected to be
completed in 2018.
Under plan S
A Philippe Starck designed
units. Prices start in the
One Bayfront Plaza The 80 story plaza will offer 700 luxury
ing with 1,2 and 3 bedroom
Hotel and Residential build-
Hadid. Prices are estimated at $900/sq.ft. starting at 4 million,
Brickell House will range from 400 sq.ft studios to 1775 sq.ft
Condos will cover half or the entire floor
374 units and a robotic parking garage. Units
INVESTORS GUIDE 2013
A $1.05-billion urban shopping
NE 15 St.
N Miami Ave.
Miami World Center opment which will offer various
two 42-story condo towers with
A nine block mix-used devel-
Set for completion November 2013, My Brickell is a 27 story boutique building with 192 units.
from 928 to 1530 sq.ft interior.
1100 Millecento Residences A 42 story and 382 unit condo inspired by designs of legendary Italian Automobile designer Pininfarina. Currently under con-
struction. Set for completion in the third quarter of 2014.
DAVID SIDDONS GROUP, EWM REALTY INTERNATIONAL
Published on Apr 9, 2013
A complete investors guide to buying real estate in Brickell and Downtown Miami. A look back on changes December 2011- December 2012