A rental project in Miami’s Mary Brickell Village is going condo, the second Miami conversion in as many weeks.
The $65 million project was originally slated to be called EnV and offer rentals, but now the site, at 999 Southwest 1st Ave., will be developed by Starwood Capital and Lynd into a 34-story condo tower called Nine, according to BuzzBuzzHome. The 390 units start at 744 square feet and $300,000, the project’s web site said. Behar Font & Associates is the architect, and Fortune International is handling sales.
Last week Gold Krown Financial revealed plans to convert a rental tower in Miami’s Midtown as standing condo inventory dries up and demand from buyers continues to surge. [BuzzBuzzHome] — Emily Schmall