Swire gets move-in approval for REACH condos

REACH, more than 86 percent sold, is one of two condo towers within the Brickell City Centre project

Apr.April 02, 2016 09:05 AM

Swire Properties Inc. received a temporary certificate of occupancy for the REACH condominium at Brickell City Centre in Miami, which allows buyers to start moving into the building.

REACH is the first of two luxury condominium towers within Brickell City Centre, the $1.05 billion master-planned, mixed-use development in the Brickell section of Miami.

More than 86 percent of the condo units at REACH are sold.

The second condominium tower, RISE, is expected to open later this year. The RISE units are 39 percent sold. Prices range from $595,000 to $2.7 million; penthouse prices are provided upon request.

Designed by Miami-based architectural firm Arquitectonica, REACH and RISE both have 390 condo units.

The first phase of Brickell City Centre includes a  shopping center, two residential towers, a hotel with residences, and two mid-rise office towers.Phase II is scheduled for commencement end of 2017.

Upon completion, Brickell City Centre will be a three-floor, 500,000-square-foot shopping complex anchored by Saks Fifth Avenue and two office buildings with a total of 260,000 square feet.

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