Designed by Miami architect Luis Revuelta and Italian architect Massimo Iosa Ghini, Brickell Flatiron is a new landmark—and not just because it’s Miami’s tallest residential development. The soaring glass tower has a distinctive silhouette, slender but curvy (belying its triangular, flatiron-like base) so that it appears fluid, almost wind-blown. The sinuous design is echoed by sleek and dynamic interiors, with glass walls, sweeping lines, and sculptural light fixtures. The building is crowned by a full-floor Sky Club, with a spa, fitness center, and pool with panoramic views of Downtown Miami and Biscayne Bay.
Developed By CMC Group
BrokerFortune International Group
It isn’t hyperbole to say Luis Revuelta has been instrumental in shaping Miami’s skyline. Beginning with the Bristol Tower, completed in 1994, the Cuban-born architect has overseen some of the city’s most significant developments—and Brickell Flatiron is no exception. Named after New York’s iconic Flatiron Building, the 736-foot-tall, 64-story glass tower has a triangular shape that is disguised by curvilinear elements. The effect is one of energy and motion, a signature of Revuelta’s style: “I always strive to create in our buildings a sense of movement in an otherwise static, concrete object.”
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In the last decade, Brickell has evolved from a financial district and business hub to become one of Miami’s buzziest neighborhoods. The area has a vibrant restaurant and bar scene, world-class shopping, and some of the city’s top spas, salons, and gyms—all within walking distance. Bordered by Downtown Miami, Coconut Grove, and Little Havana, Brickell also offers easy access to cultural attractions like Museum Park, Vizcaya Museum & Gardens and Wynwood’s artistic flair. And, of course, South Beach is just across the causeway.
Brickell Flatiron is in the heart of Brickell, a few blocks from Brickell City Centre, the largest outdoor shopping experience in Miami, as well as the charming Mary Brickell Village. It’s also within walking distance of hot spots like Sugar, the rooftop bar at EAST Miami, Fi’lia by renowned Miami chef Michael Schwartz, and Marion, a hip oyster bar.
Brickell Flatiron was, above all, designed with functionality in mind. “When planning a project, we begin from the inside,” says developer Ugo Colombo. “Our goal is to design a home and an enjoyable living space.” Here, those living spaces, designed by Massimo Iosa Ghini, include 527 residences, ranging in size from one bedroom to five bedrooms, as well as a collection of penthouses. Throughout, there are high-end finishes and fixtures (like Snaidero cabinetry and Miele appliances), but the penthouses, in particular the upper penthouses, are the standouts. These multistory residences combine dramatic windows and spectacular views with bold accents—like huge slabs of marble that run from floor to ceiling and art-deco light installations.
Hotel-inspired amenities throughout the tower include an art gallery-like lobby with oversize art by New York artist Julian Schnabel, an English-inspired cigar room, and a children’s area with a dedicated pool. But the uncontested star is the Sky Club. The tower’s top floor houses a world-class spa, fitness center, and pool and affords unparalleled vistas of the cityscape.
- 24hr Doorman
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- Children's Playroom
- Fitness Center
- Screening Room
- Swimming Pool
- Valet Parking
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