Smart Brickell releases new renderings

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Smart Brickell, a condo-hotel project that’s expected to break ground on its initial phase in west Brickell in Spring of next year, has unveiled a new batch of renderings.

Targeting completion in 2020, the mixed-use project designed by Hernando Carrillo encompasses three towers in all, encompassing 170 condo residences and 150 hotel rooms.
“Our goal is to develop a new Brickell for a new generation,” said Santiago Vanegas, President of Habitat Development. “We want to lead the pack for futuristic living in Miami. Combining the elements of Smart Design, Smart Technology and Smart Use, we are providing a Smart solution to residents and guests in Miami. Everybody wants to be Smart.”

The condos are priced from $290,00 to $490,000, ranging in size from 558 to 878 square feet. Smart features include Nest thermostats, Lifx Wi-Fi-enabled LED smart bulbs, Samsung’s digital home appliances, and a concierge app.

The first tower is 35 percent sold and the second tower is expected to launch sales in the first quarter of next year. Last week, another project launched touting smart apartments: a 700-unit rental development at 400 Biscayne in downtown Miami.
New renderings of Smart Brickell are below.

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