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ICON Brickell

Address:  495 Brickell Avenue
Area:  Downtown Miami
Completion Date:  Summer 2008
Price Range:  $2,300-$9,500,000
Status:   Re-Sales/Pre-Construction
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Building Description

The distinctly contemporary ICON Brickell building is one of three structures sharing a similar name and a pedigree that is debatably the best in all of South Florida.  Its superior location in downtown Miami and ideal proximity to the best of what Miami and its neighboring cities have to offer and its own unmatched amenities and features have made it possibly the most fervently anticipated new building in downtown Miami in ages.

Designed not only to evoke Miami’s distinct atmosphere but also a strong feeling of sumptuous comfort, ICON Brickell takes standard amenities and features like swimming pools and club rooms one step further by taking a figurative “bigger is better" approach.  To illustrate, consider the swimming pool stretching an amazing 200 feet.   Not only will it be one of the largest of any condominium, it will be the largest in the entire city of Miami.   Celebrated French designer Philippe Starck makes his style prevalent in the 30,000 square foot club room.  You’ll also find a billiard room, aerobic facility, a sun deck movie theater, separate lounges for men and women, and relaxing sauna and eucalyptus rooms.

Units at ICON Brickell will be available with the choice of one to three bedrooms and come with the choice of four finishing Philippe Starck themes.  Additionally, a variety of residences ranging from sky lofts to bayfront town homes to general units allows potential residents plenty of options to choose from.  Kitchens and bathrooms again feature a Philippe Starck design and come with European cabinetry, marble flooring, French limestone countertops and comfortable bathtubs.

Art enthusiasts residing at ICON Brickell can rest assured knowing there’s plenty of art to check out in downtown Miami at the Miami Art Museum and the Wolfson galleries at Miami-Dade College.  Additional art exhibits are available by driving to the Museum of Contemporary Art or the Erotic Art Museum in Miami Beach.  For musical and performing events, there’s the American Airlines Arena and the Carnival Performing Arts Center.  Throughout the area you can also dine in fine restaurants like Bongos Cuban Café or the many multicultural dining establishments throughout that represent Miami’s own eclectic cultural diversity.



Building Amenities

  • A 40,000 sq. foot club room by world-renowned French designer Philippe Starck
  • 24-hour valet
  • 300 foot swimming pool
  • 24-hour security
  • Sun deck movie theater
  • 24-hour concierge
  • Aerobics studio
  • Saunas
  • Eucalyptus steam rooms
  • Individual lounges for both men and women


Residence Features

  • 12 choices of residence styles
  • One to three bedrooms
  • Four unique residential interior design themes
  • Philippe Starck designed kitchens and bathrooms
  • French limestone countertops
  • European designer kitchen cabinetry
  • Marble bathroom flooring



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Updated: Friday, November 15, 2019


5 Tips to Save Time Setting up Your Christmas Decorations

1. Buy a Christmas Tree With the Decorations Already On

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2. Have It Organized

When youre putting decorations away this year, make sure that theyre organized to save yourself time next year. If youve ever found yourself unable to find your tree topper, or you feel like youre missing half of your ornaments, youll save yourself a lot of time by packing everything together in a logical way. Keep all totes in the same part of the attic, garage, or wherever you store your Christmas decorations so that you can find them quickly the next year. You can even have a computer file where you catalog where you put everything you pack away. And if you want to ensure that your ornaments will be intact the next year, use felt and other storage techniques.

3. Cut Down

You might be a Christmas decorator who pairs down regularly, but if youre not, take some time every year to cut out the things that are no longer bringing you the same amount of joy. For instance, if youve had Christmas lawn ornaments that are starting to fade or just arent that much fun to see in the front lawn anymore, get rid of them. If theyre in good condition, donate them to someone who will enjoy them. You can cut out hours of unpacking, packing, and setting up every year if youre mindful of what you actually want to keep.

4. Do Outside Decorating Earlier

If you live in a northern climate, you might know what its like to try to put up lights on the roof of a two-story house. You need to be more careful of slip hazards when ice and snow are present. Plus, your hands are freezing, which slows you even more. If you want to cut out some time, put up your Christmas lights before the weather is frozen.

5. Get the Kids Involved or Send them to the Grandparents House

If your kids are old enough, dont do it all yourself. Inviting your children to help with Christmas decorating isnt just a great way to build memories; its also a great way to cut down on the time that it takes to decorate. If youre still worrying that your toddler will stick something into his mouth, take him out of the equation by sending him to his grandparents house.

There are a lot of ways that you can cut down on the time that you spend decorating the tree and the rest of your house. In fact, there are time-saving hacks for cooking and other holiday activities, too. If you want to have a beautiful home for Christmas in less time, think about which projects will bring you the most happiness, and organize so that next year is even easier than this one.


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What Do Millennials Want? We Now Have a Better Idea

Millennials tend to have higher expectations than older homeowners did about their ideal starter home, according to a new survey by Clovered, said REALTOR Magazine.nbsp;

If you look at the buying trends of millennials, its clear that while they may be waiting longer to purchase their first home, their expectations of what that house should include certainly arent lagging. Compared to their parents and grandparents at their age,nbsp;fewernbsp;millennials are homeowners, but millions of younger peoplenbsp;havenbsp;invested in their own propertyand they might not be the starter houses youd expect, said Clovered. Despite living with their parents longer than any generation before them,nbsp;putting off marriagenbsp;for an increased time span, and sometimes strugglingnbsp;to find their dream jobs, millennials are going from perennial renters to owners of whatnbsp;might be their forever homes.

The company surveyed more than 1,000 millennial first-time buyers for insight into which features and amenities were highest on their list. Here are a few of the key points:

Home size

Does size matter? It does in pretty much every demographic, but millennials are the most sensitive when it comes to the amount of square footage they want in their home. Baby boomers ideal size home, according to the survey, is 2,949 square feet, Generation X prefers homes at 3,311 square feet, and millennials want the most space at 3,320 square feet.

Number of bedrooms

Millennials prefer 4.2 bedrooms, per the study, to boomers 3.7 and Gen Xs 4.1. While youre probably not looking to add a fourth bedroom just for the purpose of selling your home, this information may help you stage it intelligently. Clearing out that bedroom youve been using as a home gym or storage space and turning it back into a bedroom might be a good idea.nbsp;

Move-in ready

The top factors noted by survey participants had several things sellers cant do much about in terms of making their home more saleablethings like affordability of the area, local crime rates, short commute to work, and climate. Sellers can, however, do something about making their home move-in readyanother important factor for millennials.

Its hard to deny the emotional aspect of buying a home, Clovered said. When youre touring potential listings and trying to decide where you want to raise your family or put down roots, youre fantasizing about what life in that home could be like. Instead of thinking about where the house is located or how much youll have to pay in property taxes, its the tangible features of a home that really help sell it for most people.


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Drew Barrymores Peel-And-Stick Wallpaper Is Here to Dress up Your Holiday Home

We know what youre thinking: Isnt that for rentals? Let us tell you whats so great about peel-and-stick wallpaper regardless of where you live: Its temporary. It allows you to take risks with your interior design in a way you might not consider with less-temporary dcor items like, say, actual wallpaper. You can take it down and put something else up when you want your walls to rock a new trend. So, you dont have to live with the choices you make today for the next 10 years or more because you dread taking it down.nbsp;

Just how bad is it to take down real wallpaper? One Redditor on the OMG wallpaper removal sucks board commented that, I actually tore the walls down in my living room because I didnt want to steam the wallpaper off. I figured I could tear the walls down and rehang drywall faster than steaming and scraping.

Peel-and-stick is easy to put up, is repositionable, and comes right off in a matter of seconds when youre ready for something new. While youre considering gifts for loved ones, be sure to think about how great this would look in your house

Flower by Drew Barrymore

Wallpaper is one of the new additions to the fall Flower by Drew Barrymore line also introduced were new furniture pieces, bedding, accessories, art, and kitchen/dining items.. The lineup includes artistic and abstract prints, patterns, and colorways inspired by the season, said Walmart. Each 18 ft. x 18.86 ft. roll is priced from 34-49. And includes:

Navy Vintage Palm
Tropical Toile, Teal
Tropical Toile, Yellow
Peach Vintage Palm
Orange and Blue Vintage Floral
Yellow Vintage Floral Peel
Coral and Blue Art Deco Fan
Blue and Yellow Art Deco Fan

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