sbe, The Related Group and Allen Morris Company opened the SLS LUX Brickell Hotel & Residences, the third SLS-branded property in Miami. Featuring designs by Yabu Pushelberg and Arquitectonica, the development is the sixth SLS Hotel & Residences for sbe.
The Arquitectonica-designed 57-story tower has the first LED façade by lighting artist Ana Isabel Martinez. The project includes 450 condominiums with private elevators and 70 guestrooms and suites, all designed by Yabu Pushelberg.
For dining, the property has chef Katsuya Uechi's second Katsuya location in Miami and fourteenth internationally. The interiors by Yabu Pushelberg have dramatic lighting and sculptural seating. The restaurant can accommodate 180 diners, and the 6,537-square-foot space has a private dining room for 10 to 12 diners that can also be divided into two separate rooms.
SLS LUX Brickell also has S Bar. Situated next door to Katsuya, S bar has a 2,535 square foot space that can seat 85.
Overlooking the Brickell skyline on the LUX Garden Level, there are two pools and sporting and recreation amenities. Here, there are cabanas and lounge areas; as well as courts for tennis, soccer, bocce and basketball. Penthouse residents also have access to the 57th floor rooftop terrace with views of Biscayne Bay and the Miami skyline. This private outdoor lounge space was designed with a pool, spas and a summer kitchen with a barbecue area for entertaining.
SLS LUX Brickell also has a collection of curated art throughout common areas, including Fernando Botero's signature "Male Torso, 1992," a 40,000-square foot exterior color block mural by Fabian Burgos, and work by Argentine artist Matias Duville,
SLS LUX Brickell is The Related Group's fourth completed tower on South Miami Avenue, following the opening of 1100 Millecento, SLS Brickell Suites & Residences and the two-towered Brickell Heights.