42-Story Miami Station Site Appears To Have Been Listed For Sale ‘Shovel Ready’

The site where the 42-story Miami Station tower is planned has been listed for sale, according to a screen shot uploaded to Twitter.

The listing was retweeted by Jaret Turkell and Omar Morales of Berkadia, the listing firm.

According to the listing, the project is “shovel ready.”

On April 25, the Federal Aviation Administration granted approval to build the tower at a height of 539 feet above ground, or 546 feet above sea level.

A construction permit application to begin building the project was filed by Related Group affiliate PRH Miami Central, LLC in March.

According to the construction permit, Miami Station will include:

  • 301 multifamily rental units (levels 23 to 40)
  • 247,322 square feet of office (levels 11 to 21)
  • 6 floors of parking
  • 5,951 square feet of ground floor retail

 


 

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Anonymous
27 days ago

Flippity floppity boo!

Evan
27 days ago

Damn I really liked this project. Wish it was real

Melo is sigma and Chad
27 days ago

They going to flip it again, this lot is going to be like the old immigration building on biscayne and 79st.

Andrew
27 days ago

Except the old INS building isn’t even being flipped. It is completely stalled and an eyesore. The Next Miami should do some investigative reporting on that boondoggle.

Melo is sigma and chad
27 days ago

funny enough a old project down the street on north miami ave and 79st finally restarted construction after over two decades.

Micah
26 days ago

NE 2nd Ave, there are 4 gas n sips at 79th & N Miami Ave.

Anonymous
27 days ago

For better or worse, the proposed development’s architecture would have been a bigger eyesore than if the INS building was left as is for regular offices.

Anonymous
27 days ago

Yes, pls

pork rinds
27 days ago

you will never get them to do any investigative work………….leave that to the biscayne times

Antennae
27 days ago

Yes, they just recently got FAA approval for the tower. Now it’s optimal for a flip.
So I guess we’ll be stuck with that ugly parking shell for another decade.

Anonymous
27 days ago

Not if Melo buys it

Anon
27 days ago

Damn this was one of the best projects in the pipeline

Anonymous
27 days ago

Seems a bit ominous but hopefully relates bet that they can cash out pays off otherwise this site will stay empty, which would be a shame especially since this project looks ideal for this location.

M m
27 days ago

So it’s not happening.

Anon
27 days ago

If they hired Berkadia to sell this, it’ll sit for years. Thats a garden MF investment sales team hah

MIA
27 days ago

Why do they even need a broker for this? Surely Related can reach out to any/all legit developers in South Florida or any out of state shops that want to develop in Miami. Maybe a bandwidth thing but why pay broker fees when eveything in Miami practically sells itself.

Robert
27 days ago

Its Related Group – 40 years of lazy architecture… No way they want to sell this themselves.

Lenny
27 days ago

Everything in Miami doesn’t sell itself.

...
27 days ago

Sadly this wont be the last time we see this with a lot of other proposals in Miami. Real estate is red hot here and a lot of developers with old proposals that never got off the ground see dollar signs. That record breaking flip by Foster wont help either… as soon as these developers seen the potential for a flip most of them will follow!

Anonymous
27 days ago

All that work for nothing!

cleavage or bust
27 days ago

what???? a bunch of paper shuffling downtown and some very generic looking architecture plans?? it looks like a medical practitioners office building in suburban tampa….

Wow
27 days ago

Flip

Pickles
27 days ago

Yeah I knew this project was too good for Miami.

Antennae
27 days ago

Agree. Architecture would have been too striking for Miami

Pickles
25 days ago

Miami only settles for mediocrity when it comes to architecture.

Anonymous
27 days ago

IKR, Miami cannot become a world-class city without the blessing of more Arquitectonica cereal boxes!

Pickles
25 days ago

Related Group was the developer.

cleavage or bust
27 days ago

what are you talking about…it looks very generic even with those lil zippy diagonal lines…very “medical practitioners office building” in suburban tampa/st.pete area…come on now

Pickles
25 days ago

It would have been a game changer for that area and the design is very nice with the glass texture. We needed more projects like this in Downtown especially in that part.

cleavage or bust
24 days ago

a game changer of what???? another boring glass tower which looks generic and would have only been 1/3 occupied….

Anonymity
27 days ago

That’s a shame. I really liked this proposal.

Archiami
27 days ago

another sign of the end of times…People just want to be intermediaries between monetary transactions to make a quick buck..the realestating of commerce in our society where hard work is for losers, while prices balloon due to the middle person profit. Sad

Anonymous
27 days ago

Best to cash out of the land at the market peak than trying to unload units 3 years down the road.

cleavage or bust
27 days ago

they were predominantly rentals….and there is a huge glut coming….they saw the writing on the “back to the office” rules for the nyc hybrid office workers…

Anonymous
26 days ago

of course, the one rendering from Related that is decent and they go ahead and flip it.

Anonymous
27 days ago

What are you guys talking about?!?! There is nothing architecturally appealing or different about this project. I’m glad it is not happening.

Original
27 days ago

I agree with this guy.

Pickles
25 days ago

It was the best looking project Related Group had ever come up with.

Ciparoo
25 days ago

People complain on here about the developers (see Related) AND architects (see Arquitectonica). Pick one and bitch about it. Then again we also have the BUILD BUILD BUILD FILL IN THOSE GAPS folks so I dunno

sumpin'
23 days ago

the density hoes kill me……where are the jobs that pay enough to support all of these builds???? or will all of them be empty money parks for investors???

wanderer34
22 days ago

My only issue is the height, reason being that if the tower was taller, then that would mean more units as opposed to the current height. My only wish is if the city of Miami, Miami-Dade Count, and even the State of FL challenges the FAA on their flight patterns because that seems to be the only barrier that’s stunting DT Miami’s growth as a major corporate center, and DT Miami is a strong CBD and a rapidly growing one at that. If the building was at least 1,000 ft tall, it would be another feather in Miami’s hat. Design is nice and all, but more height means more corporate units.

Anonymous
27 days ago

Great!!! Maybe the skyline can get something better looking than just another rectangular box. We need architects in miami.

Pickles
25 days ago

Hate it or love it, “rectangular boxes” have been the standard in American architecture for generations.

Anonymous
27 days ago

The last time I heard the term “shovel ready,” the idio+ in power was vice president with another idio+, and there were no shovel-ready jobs.

Drac
27 days ago

Who you talking about.. G. Bush?

cleavage or bust
27 days ago

oh you mean that economy brought to you by bush/cheney…lest we forget….