From high-profile design commissions to exciting listings, there is always something new happening in the world of real estate. In this roundup, AD PRO has everything you need to know.
Cipriani plans first ground-up residences
Miami’s Brickell neighborhood has been good to Cipriani: After opening a restaurant in 2013 and the Socialista lounge in 2019, the financial district will be home to the company’s first-ever ground-up residence in the U.S.
Developed in partnership with Mast Capital, the Arquitectonica-designed Cipriani Residences Miami will soar 80 stories, offer residents floor-to-ceiling glass windows with unfettered views of Biscayne Bay and Simpson Park.
And, of course, residents will have exclusive access to Cipriani’s classic Italian cuisine, available in-home, at private dining rooms, or on the building’s resort deck.
“Miami has evolved tremendously, attracting culture, business, and entertainment, and guarantees an enviable quality of life,” third-generation Cipriani CEO Giuseppe Cipriani told Forbes. “It is becoming a first or second residence for an increasing number of demanding and traveled individuals and families.”
Construction is expected to be completed at the end of 2025.
Jonah Hill is selling his New York loft
After almost seven years, Don’t Look Up actor Jonah Hill has put his Manhattan loft on the market for a touch under $11 million.
The 3,200-square-foot residence is located in the Schumacher, a Romanesque Revival–style building designed by Edward E. Raht in 1883 for the Schumacher & Ettlinger printing company. Nearly a decade ago, Morris Adjmi Architects transformed it into a luxury condo with only 20 units.
Originally a four-bedroom, Hill’s abode was reconfigured to house three roomier ones. The unit offers 12-foot exposed brick barrel-vaulted ceilings, oversized wood-frame windows, and a large custom projector and screen setup for movie nights.
Other highlights include white-oak floors, limewash walls, a chef’s kitchen with Calacatta marble countertops, and a lush courtyard crafted by landscape architect Ken Smith, best known for designing MoMA’s iconic roof gardens. Nicholas Gavin with Compass holds the listing.
Brooklyn’s first supertall tower launches sales
JDS Development Group and Douglas Elliman have commenced sales at The Brooklyn Tower, the borough’s first official supertall skyscraper.
Having topped out in October, the 93-story building from SHoP Architects stands 1,066 feet tall, with residential interiors designed by AD100 husband-and-wife team John and Christine Gachot.
Starting on the 53rd floor, the building’s 150 condos range from studios for $875,000 to four-bedroom units for $8 million, with a limited number of penthouses at the crown being released later this year.
Four hundred rental units on the lower levels will be available for lease this summer.
“The Brooklyn Tower is a symbol of Brooklyn’s unceasing drive and ambition, elevating its skyline and architecture to new heights,” JDS founder Michael Stern said in a statement. “This may be our best building yet.”
The tower will also be home to a 100,000-square-foot retail level incorporating the Beaux Arts facade and lobby of the Dime Savings Bank building, designed by Mowbray and Uffinger in 1908.