TSG Paragon tops off Cassa Brickell project

10-story development will include a rooftop vegetable garden and open kitchen

TRD MIAMI /
Oct.October 07, 2015 03:45 PM

TSG Paragon Development has topped off its 80-unit Cassa Brickell condominium, the developer announced on Wednesday.

The building will include units with one to three bedrooms, penthouses and townhomes. Condos now start at $415,000 and 760 square feet. Units will feature Italian kitchens, Bosch appliances, walk-in closets and large terraces. Cassa Brickell will also include a rooftop vegetable garden, rooftop open kitchen, pool, vertical garden and gym.

Construction for the 10-story boutique development is about two months ahead of schedule, according to Camilo Lopez, CEO and managing partner of the Solution Group, a joint venture partner.

“We are pouring a floor of concrete every week,” Jorge Gonzalez, co-managing principal of development, said. “We designed and planned a building in a way that we could build efficiently. In this market, speed is very important.”

Eighty percent of the units have been converted to hard contracts, including a $1.25 million penthouse. The project, 201 Southwest 17th Road, will be completed next summer. TSG Paragon is also the developer behind Cassa at Georgetown in Lauderhill. – Katherine Kallergis


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