There’s an empty plot in the heart of the Brickell area at 1421 S. Miami Avenue where Capital at Brickell will rise. The latest to join the ever-expanding Miami skyline, it will feature towers rising to 57 and 58 floors and boast a combined, and mammoth, 888 residences.
Designed by the Coral Gables-based Fullerton-Diaz Architects, who also designed Murano and Murano Grande in Miami Beach, the concept for the Brickell area building, according to the design firm’s website is that “Capital at Brickell is a building that captures the essence of urban living and pays tribute to the historically significant icons The Chrysler and The Empire State Building, from which it was inspired.”
It may seem crazy to focus on the parking first when talking about this project, but in Downtown Miami (especially in the Brickell area) parking is at a premium and a major incentive. The Capital at Brickell offers one parking space assigned per residence. However, those with a 3-bedroom or Penthouse unit get two spaces.
Amenities include a 14th floor pool, fitness center, tiki bar, racquetball courts and approximately 50,000 square-feet of street level retail space. Within the units the expected — stainless steel kitchen appliances, high-efficiency washer/dryer, marble floors, jaccuzi tub and imported Italian cabinetry.
The surrounding area is made for strolling and walking, with restaurants, nightlife, grocery stores and more just minutes away. Directly across the street and just a block away are the casual Pieduck’s Pizza, restaurant/sports pub Brickell Irish Pub, and restaurant/nightspots Novecento and Segafredo. There’s no shortage of supermarkets as there are two within walking distance and another just a short drive away. Mary Brickell Village is about three blocks away.
There are pre-construction prices available now. Call us at 877-852-6636 for more information.