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Brickell Flatiron Breaks Ground

Brickell Flatiron Breaks Ground Wednesday, March 16, 10am – Brickell Flatiron, 1001 South Miami Avenue, Miami Brickell

Brickell Flatiron, CMC Group’s 549-unit residential tower rising in the heart of the Brickell Financial District, celebrated their official groundbreaking with an exclusive champagne reception. The milestone marked the start of construction of one of the country’s tallest all-residential building rising 736-feet above street level.

CMC Group’s Ugo Colombo commitment to timeless style, breathtaking luxury and meticulous detail has been a constant in the sea of change that has defined Miami real estate over the past 25 years. Colombo partnered with architect Luis Revuelta, master Italian designer Massimo Iosa Ghini and artist Julian Schnabel to create a one-of-a-kind environment. Schnabel, the famed American painter and filmmaker, is designing exclusive, large-scale artwork to adorn the building’s public spaces, creating a focal point for visitors and residents alike.

The crown jewel of Brickell Flatiron will be a Sky Spa and pool deck perched 64-stories over downtown Miami – offering residents panoramic 360-degree views of the cityscape and Biscayne Bay. Units at Brickell Flatiron range from 1- to 5-bedrooms, with a limited collection of penthouse and duplex residences available, measuring up to 6,220 square feet in size. Pre-construction sales are currently underway, with prices averaging about $750 per square foot. Miami’s premier residential real estate brokerage, Cervera Real Estate, is managing sales for the property, with more than half of the tower’s units having been sold to buyers from more than 10 countries.

On Wednesday, March 16, 2016, construction crews broke ground on Brickell Flatiron, marking the start of development on the last condo tower set to rise in the Brickell neighborhood this cycle, according to a new report by the Miami Downtown Development Authority. Notable attendees included Mayor Carlos Gimenez and Miami Downtown Development Authority (DDA) Executive Director Alyce Robertson, among others.