Making headlines last September when a penthouse in the tower sold for $13.2 million, Brickell Flatiron boasts the highest amount paid for a condo in Brickell since 2007. “Brickell Flatiron’s central location and family-sized units have attracted savvy buyers who think long-term,” says Vanessa Grout, President of CMC Real Estate. “Many plan to make Brickell Flatiron their primary residence, taking full advantage of the now-famous Brickell lifestyle.” Acclaimed Miami architect Luis Revuelta rose to the challenges of this unique location to create a one-of-a-kind architectural environment that combines the tower’s distinct Flatiron shape with flowing, curvilinear forms. On the inside, Italian design architect Massimo Iosa Ghini used inspiration from the curved façade to outline the building’s sleek amenity spaces, creating a seamless transition from exterior to interior. The eye-catching building is home to 527 luxury units, penthouses, duplexes and triplexes with layouts spanning as much as 6,000 square feet. The currently topping off penthouse floors will feature a Sky Spa, Sky Pool and Sky Gym, just a few of the building’s many world-class amenities; BrickellFlatiron.com.
Panorama and Brickell Magazine invited Miami’s top movers & shakers to honor 2019’s Outstanding Hispanic Entrepreneurs in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month. The sundowner included stunning vistas, salsa beats, delicious bites from Latin Cafe 2000 and refreshing cocktails by Ron Abuelo
When it comes to over-the-top amenities, nothing compares to Miami’s out-of-this-world real estate offerings. From Brickell and Downtown to Coconut Grove, Wynwood and Edgewater, developers are splurging on the extras because less is never more and luxury reigns supreme.