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When the Four Seasons Tower in Brickell was completed in 2003 it was the tallest mixed-use skyscraper south of Manhattan. Everyone seemed to conveniently overlook the "mixed use" caveat, and happily claimed the "tallest building south of New York" for our own. More factually, it's not only the tallest building in Florida, but the tallest anything in Florida (land stays below 400 feet), and the next owner of the $13.5 million top floor penthouse, number 70B, will live above, ahem, EVERYONE else in Florida (except those guys in Penthouse A).
What do you get, besides all that height? Honestly, a rather average looking, slightly dated but very spacious penthouse. Previous owners combined PH units B, C, and D to create a 6,000 square foot spread with only 2 bedrooms and 3.5 baths, and a lot of open, breezy, kinda blah, living space. Oh, and a nice big multi-person shower.
· 1425 Brickell Avenue, PH-70B [The Jills]