Stylish condo skyscrapers continue to proliferate.
64-Story Residential Tower Forges Ahead
Brickell Flatiron, a 64-story residential tower, is forging ahead at 1001 South Miami Avenue, with a foundation pour having taken place in January, SkyRise Cities reported. Involving approximately 700 workers, 150 concrete trucks and 50 million lb. of concrete, the event marked a milestone for the latest Miami project with “Brickell” in its name. It is being developed by CMC Group and was designed by architect Luis Revuelta with interior design by Massimo Iosa Ghini and artwork by Julian Schnabel. Amenities such as a rooftop pool and resort-style spa will be plentiful in the tower, which is expected to open in 2019 and, in January, was approximately 60% sold.
Viñoly Luxury Condo Showcases Nature on Miami River
A pair of 65-story condominium towers on the Miami River are designed by Rafael Viñoly to showcase nature, with a reflective plinth and lavish, landscaped area that includes palm trees and a waterfall, designboom reported. Adding to a growing inventory of luxury condominiums in Miami, One River Point is being developed by KAR Properties and will include a three-story private club and three-story skybridge at floors 56 and 800 ft., respectively. There will be 350 residences, all with their own private terraces. No timeframe was given, but presales are