Brickell Heights East Tower #1205Off Market
1bd/2bath + den that can be converted to two bedrooms. Residence has floor to ceiling glass windows that overlook Mary Brickell Village and Brickell Skyline. Imported Italian ceramic wood tile through out and on balcony. Kitchen includes European cabinetry from Italkraft, GE Monogram integrated appliances. Bathrooms have floating vessel white ceramic sinks with white Quartz counter tops. Master bath includes glass enclosed shower and tub. Amenity rich building includes roof top pools and sky deck, children's play room, business center, spa, jacuzzi, sauna and steam rooms, two club rooms with chefs kitchen, pool table, pin pong and putting green. One household membership included to the EQUINOX fitness club located in building.
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Brickell Heights East Tower Recent Sales
|Unit||Bed/Bath||Sq Ft||SalePrice||$/Sq Ft||SaleDate|
|PH4908||3 / 3||2,182||$1,800,000||$824||12/14/2018|
|3203||2 / 2||N/A||$650,000||$N/A||11/13/2018|
|3902||1 / 2||792||$440,000||$555||11/26/2018|
|3408||2 / 2||1,054||$565,000||$536||10/1/2018|
|4803||3 / 3||2,145||$1,875,000||$874||9/19/2018|
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