Brickell Arch Information
The homes here come with configurations that include studio units, one-bedroom, two-bedroom, and three-bedroom penthouse units.
Floor areas for these residences range from 461 square feet for the studio units while penthouse units can be rather sizable, with 2,495 square feet of space.
These homes also come with a long list of features that include modern kitchens, expansive balconies with views of the water and the city, walk-in closets, in-unit washer & dryer, and marble floors. Kitchens have granite countertops and Italian cabinetry, with stainless steel appliances.
Amenities are similar to what you can get from world-class hotels, and these include not only the use of the swimming pool, a fitness club, whirlpool tub, and tennis courts, but also services that you can only get from a 5-star hotel.
There are also lounges, restaurants, landscaped gardens, and retail outlets found in this building. Valet parking and concierge services is offered to both residents and hotel guests.
Brickell Arch Amenities
Brickell Arch is located in Brickell near the water, but still with Brickell Avenue on the other side to facilitate easy movement in and around Miami. This building is situated in an area that makes it easy to get to a number of interesting places in the city, like the financial district, Brickell Key, and Downtown Miami. There are a number of gourmet restaurants that you can get to on foot here, as well as numerous retail outlets, cafes, and salons along this street.
To the north of the building is Downtown Miami, which is where you will find the colorful Jewelry District and well as the busy Central Business District. You will also find here a number of historical sites that include the Alfred Dupont Building and the Miami Tower. Still in this area, you will find the American Airlines Arena, Bayside Marketplace, Perez Art Museum, and numerous hangouts, restaurants, cafes, and popular retail outlets.
To the southwest of the building are a couple of neighborhoods that people visit due to the many things that they have to offer. Coconut Grove and Coral Gables are also great places to visit for historical sites, shopping, and simply just having fun. Coral Gables is the place to go when you want to tee-off, while Coconut Grove is the place for those who want to indulge in watersports and water-bound activities.
- Valet and concierge services
- Swimming Pool
- Two tennis courts
- Restaurant on site
- Whirlpool tub
- Landscaped gardens
- Atrium Sky Lounge
- Fitness Center
- Modern kitchens with stainless steel appliances
- Marble flooring
- Expansive balconies
- Floor-to-ceiling glass windows and sliding doors
- Walk-in closets
- In-unit washer and dryer
- Fantastic views of the water and the city
- Well-appointed bathrooms