866-Foot Downtown Tower Called Liquid Lofts In The Planning Stage

Architect Charles Sieger could be planning a residential tower in downtown Miami.

Earlier this month, an application was submitted to the feds to build an 866-foot tower called Liquid Lofts. It would be located at 37 SW 1st Street, on what is currently a parking garage. The applicant could not be determined.

The current owner of the property is a company controlled by Michael Werner.

Records show that Sieger Suarez registered several websites in December 2013, including liquidloftsmiami.com, liquidcondominium.com and other related domains. In the same month, a Florida corporation called Liquidlofts, LLC was formed, which lists Sieger as the sole manager.

The property is adjacent to the downtown Macy’s, which sold to New York’s Aetna Realty Group in 2013 and has been in play as a potential site for a new courthouse.

 

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Sieger’s Redlands castle:

 

 

 

2 Comments

  1. Obviously

    March 4, 2015 at 8:51 pm

    Please please pleasssseee don’t let Arquitectonica be the designer.

  2. marc

    March 4, 2015 at 9:01 pm

    Amazing. Love getting some residential in the business district, activating some night life/foot traffic in that particular area.

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