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Major Food Group’s Miami Tower Will Have $11 Million Apartments

Here’s what the 24/7 Carbone lifestyle will look like.

A rendering of the pool view at Major Food Group’s Miami tower, to be called Major.

A rendering of the pool view at Major Food Group’s Miami tower, to be called Major.

Source: LL&Co.

The Miami “supertall” tower slated for 888 Brickell Ave. and managed by Major Food Group (MFG) has released detailed plans of its interiors and public spaces. It will be called Major. 

The 90-story tower from the team behind New York’s Carbone and the Grill restaurants will have 259 apartments with prices ranging from $1.6 million to $11 million for a four-bedroom unit. Prices for penthouses have yet to be announced.