Contracts for a 64-story luxury condominium tower in downtown Miami have started to come together, as a joint venture between CMC Group and Capital Group. This sleek looking glass tower will be called the Brickell Flatiron, and will be a modern adaptation of the New York City skyscraper, the Flatiron building.
This 548-unit development will be the tallest residential property in downtown Miami when finished, and it will offer expansive one- through five-bedroom homes, as well as a limited collection of penthouse and duplexes. Designed by architect Luis Revuelta, each unit will feature CMC Group’s trademark premium custom Italian finishes, professional grade German appliances, as well as a balcony offering the most panoramic and breathtaking views Miami has to offer. A new sales space, which doubles as a public art gallery, is currently featuring the work of legendary artist Julian Schnabel. CMC Group founder Ugo Colombo says “Our goal with each of our developments is to not just build a building; it is to create a significant cultural landmark which engages the community and enhances the neighborhood.”
The Brickell Flatiron will offer luxury living, as well as a private-resident’s movie theater, a state-of-the-art business center, conference room, event space, child’s play area and game room. It will also offer an 18th-floor pool designed for swimming laps, 24-hour valet and concierge service for all residents, and a covered garage for self-parking. The building will include 40,000-sq ft of retail space, featuring restaurants, shopping, and a modern lobby, all designed by renowned artist, Julian Schnabel.
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