First look: Cassa Brickell penthouse collection unveiled

Remaining penthouses range in price from $652K to $799K

TRD MIAMI /
Mar.March 23, 2016 10:30 AM

Cassa Brickell released the final collection of penthouses for the 10-story boutique condo as the project nears completion. 

The 80-unit building is being developed by TSG Paragon Development at 201 Southwest 17th Road in the southwestern part of Miami’s Brickell neighborhood. Units will be delivered by the summer, according to a spokesperson.

The four remaining penthouses range in size from 927 square feet to 1,309 square feet, and in price from $652,000 to $799,000. Three of the seven penthouses are under contract. They all feature 11-foot ceilings, Italian kitchens, stainless steel Bosch appliances and designer fixtures.

TSG Paragon topped off Cassa Brickell in October. The condo tower was designed by architect Carlos Ponce de Leon and will include a rooftop vegetable garden, as well as a summer kitchen, infinity pool, vertical garden and fitness center. In addition to its seven penthouses and condo units, the development will also include one townhome on the ground level and “air houses” on the third floor complete with open terraces.

Cassa Brickell is west of Brickell Avenue near Simpson Park. Nearby is the Homewood Suites Brickell, which will open in April, according to its website. Both properties would have access to the Underline linear park and trail.


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