1010 Brickell, Miami

1010 Brickell

Miami

  • 50-story condominium tower in the heart of Brickell Avenue
  • 387 luxury residential residences with dazzling views of the Miami skyline and Biscayne Bay
  • Indoor heater swimming pool with retractable glass walls, Hamman Turkish steam and rooftop pool and lounge.
  • Centrally located within walking distance of many renowned shopping and dining venues.

1010 Brickell is an iconic 50-story condominium tower with glass façade and curvilinear profile by world-renowned The Sieger Suarez Architects.  This urban oasis was designed from the ground up with unparalleled amenities attractive to adults and children alike to be not just residents’ home, but also their private sports and social club. The project features 387 luxury residential residences in the heart of Miami’s Brickell Avenue district and dazzling views of the Miami skyline and Biscayne Bay.  Brickell Avenue is known as Miami’s financial district and is the location of world class luxury residential, retail, and office properties.  1010 Brickell is centrally located within one block of Mary Brickell Village and Brickell CityCentre. Amenities include an indoor heated swimming pool with retractable glass walls for flexible access to outdoors, a spa featuring a Hammam Turkish steam bath area, an impact-absorbing outdoor running track providing unparalleled views of the Miami skyline, an indoor game room, indoor/outdoor playground areas including a mini water park, an elegant social room, a fitness center, courts for a variety of sports, and many more. 1010 also features a rooftop pool and lounge with an outdoor theater and a sophisticated business center with flexible offices, meeting rooms, and conference space. The project was completed in Q4 2017.

Location

1010 Brickell Avenue, Miami, FL 33131

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