Miami’s Planning, Zoning & Appeals Board will meet on January 18 to vote on several approvals needed for the Midtown 6 & 7 towers.
The project is proposed to include 838 units in total. Two towers will share a common courtyard and pedestrian plaza.
Midtown 6 is proposed to have 447 units in a 31-story tower, with a 601-space parking garage. Midtown 7 is planned as a 31-story tower with 391 units, along with a 505 space parking garage.
The board is being asked to approved a MUSP for Midtown 6, along with a Class II permit to allow tandem loading berths. Otherwise, the developer says that he project is fully complaint with the Miami 21 zoning code.
BKL Architecture of Chicago is the architect.
Architect’s description of Midtown 6:
Miami Midtown 6 is a mixed-use project located adjacent to both Miami’s Wynwood Art District and Design District. The project has a 4 story podium that incorporates local coral limestone and a 31 story residential tower. The podium contains liner residential units, a parking garage for residents and retail, and 38,000 s.f. of retail and commercial office space.
This tower is defined by its dynamically textured façade created by angled balconies. The building’s 447 residential units are included in the tower and the podium.
An urban plaza and a pedestrian mews, separating the building from an adjacent site, allows residents and visitors to enjoy the open outdoor spaces. The pedestrian mews features local landscaping specifically placed to provide shading, catering to the comfort of visitors.
Comprising 73,590 s.f. of indoor and outdoor amenities, Miami Midtown 6 prides itself on its social characteristics and resident-focused amenities on multiple levels including a pool and spa, fitness areas, game room, lounge, business office, kitchen and bars, and fireplaces. This project is being designed to achieve LEED Silver certification.