46-Story Una Residences Submitted For UDRB Review, Includes New Baywalk

Brickell’s proposed Una Residences tower has been submitted to the Miami Urban Development Review Board.

According to a letter from the developer, Una’s design “responds primarily to human scale and pedestrian interests.” All parking will be buried below grade, eliminating the visual impact of a parking garage. A baywalk will be built with landscaping by Enea Garden Design, helping to activate a park next door.

The tower itself will rise 46 stories, or 579 feet above ground. It will include 137 units and 251 parking spaces. An unknown contribution to the city’s public benefits program is allowing a height and density increase.

Just one waiver from zoning requirements is being requested, to allow loading and service entry from a primary frontage (necessary since there’s only one street fronting the project site).

Adrian Smith is the architect, with Revuelta the architect of record.

The UDRB will review the plans on September 5.

 

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Anonymous
2 years ago

Beautiful building.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Arquitectonica isn’t the architect.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Whew, yeah.. that’s like dodging a bullet!

Anonymous
2 years ago

smash that mf’ing “Approve” button!

Anonymous
2 years ago

and the Baywalk (even though it was required) is a very big win! Slowly but surely re-development will work its way north through the walled fortress condos hogging the waterfront.

Anon
2 years ago

FIRST CLASS TOWER!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Abolish parking minimums and create parking maximums.

Anonymous
2 years ago

I hate parking too but you can’t sell $1 million plus condos without parking.

Anonymous
2 years ago

TFW one looks at NYC condo market.

Anonymous
2 years ago

We are in Miami.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Glad to see the old style building get replaced by this more contemporary and striking architecture.

Anonymous
2 years ago

This is what you expect to see in Miami I hope it gets built.

Anonymous
2 years ago

“An unknown contribution to the city’s public benefits program is allowing a height and density increase.” This is great! win-win situation. This Building will make a dramatic impact in the skyline from the Rickenbacker Causeway.

Anonymous
2 years ago

An unknown contribution is a win-win? What if it was a tiny amount?

Anonymous
2 years ago

So what?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Unknown to us. Probably not the case for Miami Officials, that approved this…

Anonymous
2 years ago

Don’ be so sure.

Anonymous
2 years ago

You can’t be so sure either. Stop making assumptions.