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Old Posted Dec 19, 2021, 6:00 AM
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MIAMI | St. Regis Residences (1809 Brickell Ave) | 46 FLOORS

St. Regis Condo
Address: 1809 Brickell Ave
Height: 48 and 47 floors
Developers: Related Group and Integra Investments
Architect: Robert A.M. Stern Architects

https://therealdeal.com/miami/2021/1...amis-brickell/

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Related, Integra plan two-tower St. Regis condo development in Miami’s Brickell
354-unit project with estimated $2B sellout will replace affordable housing development

The Related Group and Integra Investments are partnering to redevelop the waterfront site of an older affordable housing building in Miami into a pair of luxury St. Regis-branded condo towers, sources told The Real Deal.

The 354-unit condo Brickell development will be designed by Robert A.M Stern Architects, who designed skyscrapers that include 220 Central Park South and 30 Park Place in New York. Rockwell Group will design the interiors.

Miami-based Integra has owned the existing bayfront building at 1809 Brickell Avenue, formerly known as the Stanley Axelrod Towers, since 2014. It paid $14 million for the 17-story building, now called the George Humphreys Towers. It was built in 1966 on a property of over 3 acres.

The Department of Housing and Urban Development released the building from its affordable housing agreement this summer, records show. The Next Miami reported earlier this year that Related was targeting the building.

In its place, Related and Integra plan to develop the St. Regis Residences, Miami with an estimated $2 billion sellout, a spokesperson said. One Sotheby’s International Realty was tapped to handle sales following a bidding process, sources said.

Prices are expected to start at $2 million, and units will range from 1,300 square feet to 7,000 square feet, according to a release. The project will also have more than 55,000 square feet of amenities, including an indoor lap pool and a St. Regis Tea Room.

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Interior Demolition Permit Applied For At St. Regis Residences Brickell Site
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Developers Related Group and Integra Investments have applied for an interior demolition permit at the St. Regis Residences site in Brickell, just days after the project was announced.
The demolition permit was applied for yesterday, December 22.
According to the filing, a total of 6,200 square feet of interior space will be demolished at 1809 Brickell Avenue, where the twin-tower project is planned.
There is an existing 17-story building on the site with 272 residential units. The building was used as affordable housing for seniors.
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Second Tower Launched At St. Regis Residences In Brickell After ‘Unprecedented’ $400M In Sales
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St. Regis Residences in Brickell has launched sales for a second tower after seeing strong sales at the development’s first tower.
The developers also released a new rendering showing both towers.
There has already been over $400m in sales at the St. Regis Residences’ eastern Astor Tower, according to an email blast from the project’s in-house brokerage team.
Now, sales are launching for the western building, known as the William Tower.
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The tops are just too cool. All aboard!
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Old Posted May 5, 2022, 10:42 PM
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The sales in general have been spectacular for the region. This one is good to go! As with many others!

A.M. Stern delivers another stellar project.

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New Renderings Of Robert A.M. Stern’s St. Regis Residences: Demand Has ‘Surpassed All Expectations’






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The developers of the twin-tower St. Regis Residences project in Brickell have released new renderings and say that demand for condo units is much stronger than expected.

“Demand for The St. Regis Residences, Miami surpassed all expectations,” said Jon Paul Pérez, President of developer Related Group.

The St. Regis Residences will feature two towers, rising 48 and 47 stories, designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Interiors are by Rockwell Group.

The eastern Astor Tower accumulated $400 million in sales since launching in March, according to a press release today.

Developer have now launched sales for the western William Tower, which will have 183 units.

A partner at Robert A.M. Stern Architects previously said the nautical-inspired towers would be a “gift to the Miami skyline.”
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These are funky, in a totally cool, Miami nautical way. Didn't realize this was Stern! Is this where the supertall Foster towers were originally planned?
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These are funky, in a totally cool, Miami nautical way. Didn't realize this was Stern! Is this where the supertall Foster towers were originally planned?
No, the Foster Twins are smack dab in the heart of Brickell's financial district. This is more to the south, these will really help to beef up where the skyline drops off. The big chungus next door to these in the renderings is The Santa Maria, which is the last tall building on the southern end of the skyline.


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Downsizing plans: Related, Integra shrink St. Regis Brickell

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The developers of the waterfront St. Regis Residences Miami are downsizing their plans and increasing condo prices, The Real Deal has learned.

Instead of two 46-story towers, Related Group and Integra Investments will build one 46-story tower. And instead of about 330 units, the two Miami-based developers plan about 150 condos on the site at 1809 Brickell Avenue, said Related Group president Jon Paul Pérez. Related and One Sotheby’s International Realty, which is handling sales, on Monday began notifying buyers who have reservations for units, Pérez said.

The changes were spurred in part by buyers who were seeking a smaller building with larger units, he said. The project is more than 50 percent reserved. The unsold units will increase in price by about 10 percent to 15 percent, Pérez said.

Rising construction costs weren’t a factor in the decision, he said.

As previously planned, condo prices started at $2.8 million, for units ranging in size from 1,300 square feet to 7,000 square feet. Related and Integra will honor the per-foot price for buyers with reservations in the east tower. Buyers in the 183-unit west tower, which was eliminated, will be given the option to buy larger units for a higher price, Pérez said.

The condo project now has a projected sellout of more than $1 billion, down from a $2 billion projected sellout that was announced last December when St. Regis was unveiled as two towers. The project is “commanding the highest prices ever achieved in Brickell” at more than $2,000 per square foot, Pérez added.
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that's pretty disappointing for extension of the skyline, but at least there's both this and Una residences.
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that's pretty disappointing for extension of the skyline, but at least there's both this and Una residences.
Perhaps one day a 2nd tower could be built.
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