Related Group Breaks Ground on Italian Luxury Condo
- Oct 05, 2012
On Wednesday, The Related Group celebrated the groundbreaking of its latest Miami project—the 382-unit 1100 Millecento Residences. This is second Related Group project for the Brickell area, following its famous MyBrickell.
The 42-story high-rise condo building is inspired by the work of Italian automobile designer, Pininfarina, who has designed of some of the world’s most famous premium automobiles, such as the Ferrari California and Maserati GranTurismo. Pininfarina will also furnish and design the interior of the building and amenities, using the finest woods and luxury leathers to create a level of premium Italian luxury.
1100 Millecento’s exterior is conceptualized by world-renowned architect Carlos Ott, who has designed several famous luxury buildings such as Jade Ocean and 50 Biscayne.
The 382 units will feature nine-foot ceilings on the regular floors and 10-foot ceilings on the penthouse levels. All residences will feature smart building technology pre-wired for high-speed internet access and cable data/TV access. Units will also feature large balconies with hurricane resistant glass railings for unobstructed city and bay views, as well as energy efficient hurricane resistant windows and sliding doors.
1100 Millecento will provide a double-wide class A lobby with 24 hour security and concierge. Residents will be provided with an assigned parking space in the garage for their car with valet service for guests.
Located in the upscale Brickell district—Miami’s financial center and a banking hub to many of Latin American countries—1100 Millecentro will be situated on the most southeastern section of South Florida, with borders along Biscayne Bay.
The development will take full advantage to the already built Mary Brickell Village. Mary Brickell Village is a two-story street level mall located right next to the building. Two main tenants currently occupy the property—Publix and La Fitness—along with other small fashion boutique stores and small spas/saloons.
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