Stantec’s design of the luxury residential building Solitair Brickell appeared on the cover of AIA Florida/Caribbean Architect Magazine’s Summer 2019 issue. Solitair adds to the Miami skyline and is distinguished by its acute-angled balconies inspired by the Medjool date palm tree that’s popular in South Florida’s tropical landscape.
Located walking distance from Brickell City Centre, the 50-story, 958,00-square-foot tower features 438 residential units ranging from studios to one and two bedrooms units and two bedroom penthouse suites. The 50th floor amenity deck includes one of the highest rooftop resort style pools in Miami. It boasts luxury cabanas and sweeping views of the city and the Biscayne Bay and many millennial-friendly amenities.
Designed with urban, cool neutral materials, the interiors serve as a gallery and backdrop for bold, artistic elements and reflects the sophisticated, modern living that the residential building provides.
Solitair Brickell received the Silver certification from the National Green Building Standard.
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