The complex consists of three buildings and the Icon Brickell Plaza, connecting the towers at their base. The first two towers, Icon Brickell North Tower and Icon Brickell South Tower are twin towers and the third building of the complex is the Viceroy Tower. The architects are Arquitectonica and the design is by 'Yoo inspired by Starck', from Yoo, Philippe Starck and John Hitchcox's design company.
ICON Brickell, grand in scope as well as concept, inhabits a ten-acre enclave (including parks) located on the glittering edge of Biscayne Bay… an island ambiance within the city, a luxurious urban retreat with seemingly endless waterfront.
Icon Brickell condominium provides the ultimate address. Brickell Avenue’s last great waterfront address. The interior design for the common areas of the Icon Brickell is inspired by Yoo by Philippe Starck.
One hundred 22 feet tall Moai figures of Easter Island embrace your journey as you enter the driveway and the lobby into Starck’s world of style, sophistication, urban living and privacy.
More than 100 feet above Biscayne Bay, your two-acre, outdoor sanctuary offers several areas to relax and hide away including a 330-foot-long pool lined with stately blueberry Japanese trees and cool grass provides a unique area to stroll and unwind. A secluded deck surrounding a cooling pool offers the perfect place to sunbathe where tables and chairs may sit in the water, and a thermal hot tub, sitting areas including an outdoor fire place overlooking downtown Miami
The Icon Café, a private café with an outdoor fireplace and quiet cabanas creates a retreat with views of the downtown Miami skyline.
ICON Brickell is surrounded by parks, Biscayne Bay and Brickell Avenue… more than one thousand feet of waterfront (parks included) Icon Brickell residents can enjoy two bayside full-service restaurants and a Brickell Avenue Coffee Bar.
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