2006 one of Brickell’s newest condominium buildings, Solaris on Brickell, joined the area’s ever-growing luxury residential tower market. Located at 186 SE 12 Terrace, the project was designed by the architectural firm of Cohen, Freedman, Encinosa & Associates and was developed by H&H Development Company. The versatile mid-rise building offers a choice of 10 different floor plans and an array of amenities that are competitive with the finest in Brickell and downtown Miami.
Rising 22 stories, the Solaris on Brickell gives residents the option of one, two, or three-bedroom units that range from 770 square-feet to more than 1,600 square-feet. Each of the 138 residences are equipped with desirable amenities such as full-size washer and dryer; stainless steel appliances; granite countertops; Italian cabinetry; 30” convection oven; whirlpool tubs in master bath (select units); and natural stone tile in the master bath. Units also feature private balconies with views of the famous downtown Miami skyline and the majestic waters of Biscayne Bay.
The Solaris on Brickell’s outstanding building amenities help residents feel right at home in their own private oasis. Enjoy the warm South Florida sun in style on the building’s sundeck, which includes a swimming pool and lush tropical landscaping. Entertain guests in the building’s state-of-the-art entertainment center featuring a billiard’s table or in the exclusive bar and lounge at the Solaris on Brickell.
Additional features at The Solaris on Brickell include:
• Relaxing spa with whirlpool
• Lava rock sauna overlooking the bay
• State-of-the-art recreational and fitness center
• Clubhouse with lounge bar and sundeck
• Floor-to-ceiling tinted impact resistant glass windows and doors
• Secured gated entry
• 24-hour security
In addition to incredible unit designs and building amenities, the Solaris on Brickell is in one of the most desirable locations in South Florida in the Brickell neighborhood. South of the Miami River, Brickell’s southernmost border is the Rickenbacker Causeway, a toll road connecting Miami with the islands of Key Biscayne and Virginia Key. North of Brickell is downtown Miami, the city’s foremost business and cultural hub. Still,
Brickell holds its own as a widely recognized area in the crowded Miami limelight.
Brickell first became famous as the financial center of Miami and although there have always been homes, apartments and condos in the area, it wasn’t until the building boom of the early and mid 2000’s that the area’s popularity really took off. Home to more than 25,000 residents today, Brickell’s assortment of residential options is comprised
of low-rise, mid-rise, and high-rise condominium towers as well high-end homes. Notable area buildings and skyscrapers include Four Seasons Hotel Miami, Asia on Brickell Key, Espiritio Santo Plaza, Axis at Brickell Village, 701 Brickell Avenue, St. Jude Catholic Church, Plaza on Brickell Towers, Atlantis Condominium, and the Mandarin Oriental on Brickell Key.
Brickell is also recognized as the home of Mary Brickell Village, a trendy retail, dining, and nightlife center in the heart of Brickell. Additionally, the area is a foodies dream with popular restaurants including Perricone’s Marketplace & Cafe, TheCapital Grille, Gordon Biersch, and Morton’s the Steakhouse.