Miami's Smart Brickell to open as mixed-use project

Smart Brickell eyes 2021completion as mixed-use hotel and residential project.
The master-planned development will consist of three smart towers designed by architect Hernando Carrillo, interiors by Arquitectonica Interiors, and concept and branding by Gensler. Photo credit: Ayenk, in association with INK Architects

Habitat Group is slated to open Smart Brickell in Miami’s Brickell neighborhood in 2021. 

The developer selected Beauchamp Construction as the general contractor for the mixed-use hotel and residential project. The master-planned development will consist of three smart towers designed by architect Hernando Carrillo, interiors by Arquitectonica Interiors, and concept and branding by Gensler.

Towers 1 and 2 will include 50 hotel rooms and 50 condos each. Tower 3 will consist of 97 residential rental units.

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Tech elements will include Wi-Fi enabled features such as Nest thermostats and Amazon Echo/Alexa home. Residents will also have access to a deck with a landscaped recreational area and an expansive terrace; two resort-style pools with a lap area and sun deck; a ground-level organic café; a spa and fitness center; a rooftop lounge bar; and a business center.

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