49-Story Society Biscayne About To Begin Pre-Leasing For 646 Apartments

Get ready for hundreds more residents to move to downtown Miami: the 49-story Society Biscayne tower is now set to commence pre-leasing.

Leasing will begin on Friday December 10 at 12PM, the developer announced today.

Society Biscayne will include:

  • 646 rental apartments (with a rent-by-the-bedroom option) on levels 14 to 47
  • 400 Biscayne offices – two floors of office space on levels 11 and 12, totaling 32,000 square feet
  • 22,000-square-foot redesigned First United Methodist Church of Miami on levels 1-10
  • 5,000 square feet of ground floor retail space
  • A corner coffee shop and meeting space by Cafe Domino
  • A lobby cocktail bar and restaurant concept by Jaguar Sun

Residents will have access to a massive pool deck featuring a 16-foot screen.

Other amenities will include a covered bar and grilling terrace; an outdoor yoga platform and theater lawn; a sky view hot tub overlooking Downtown; a two-level modern gym and fitness studio featuring daily classes; and a two-level co-working lab with conference rooms.

A mobile app will control entry to units, thermostats, package deliveries, and payments, among other functions.

Move-ins are set for Spring 2022.

 

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Anonymous
1 month ago

Such a missed opportunity to include more glass overlooking Biscayne Bay.

As it stands now, this building has the MOST stucco of any building fronting the bay. More than the Four Ambassadors!

Anonymous
1 month ago

More angles and a flat roof, too. We need more curves, articulation, crowns, and spires.

Anonymous
1 month ago

“We need?”

Anonymous
1 month ago

Yeah, that’s the same guy who is always shouting for more infill please…like it is ordering pizza. If this were some other place where basements exist, I would say this cat is making these demands from a sofa in his mom’s basement. “please give us 4 buildings over 1000ft here, and also another 2 at that corner, and also please oh please 3 supatols please please, supatols, and…”

Anonymous
1 month ago

Awesome looking building and amenities.. gorgeous views!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Fantastic views, good location, close to Bayside Market and Miami Worldcenter, in two or three years the location will be even better, with the opening of several buildings and, along with these, the street commerce and restaurants will come. so many new people circulating there. The building is not a stunning beauty, but I can’t say I didn’t like it. And you will have many entertainment options. Anyone who likes a busy and noisy building, with a Miami face, will certainly be happy.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Hmmmm yeah no updated renders of that glass facade feature…..wonder why lol

Anonymous
1 month ago

It looks awful in person so far.

Shawn Kouri
1 month ago

What kind of appliances are those? I wonder what brand

Anonymous
1 month ago

Probably Frigidaire

Anonymous
1 month ago

More like Frigidiarrhea. Even f-ing Haier is better.

Azarius
1 month ago

Can’t find any leasing information and they haven’t sent anything email wise

Anonymous
1 month ago

How much parking

Anonymous
1 month ago

I just passed by this building and it looks nothing like the rendering, what shame.

chupacabra
1 month ago

“with a rent by the room option……” lol…..when are all those tech jobs from the bay area moving here beyond the trickle we have now…..

Anonymous
1 month ago

Such cheap ugly finishes, this looks like a Melo building. I was really hoping for more from PMG, I’m sure the asking rents will not be Melo level, but the amenity areas and especially unit finishes look terrible.

Anonymous
1 month ago

The current buildings downtown better step up their amenities or no one will rent there!

I’m talking about you 900 Biscayne and Marina Blue. Add more amenities or you will slowly become obsolete.

Anonymous
1 month ago

With the way people are looking to rent downtown?.. you’re nuts!

Anonymous
1 month ago

What does that mean?

Anonymous
1 month ago

“The current buildings downtown better step up their amenities or no one will rent there”

Um, are you some kin to Nostradamus?

Anonymous
1 month ago

Yes and I see you will get a job soon

Anonymous
1 month ago

🤣

Anonymous
1 month ago

I’ll get a job after you start making sense.

Anonymous
1 month ago

It means every unit that’s available for rent tomorrow is already gone, let alone today.

Anonymous
1 month ago

True…for now. But what about long term?

Anonymous
1 month ago

I lived at Marinablue and there is so much I utilized space on their amenity floor. There a smoking area no one uses that could easily be turned into a screening room with pool table and all of that. The golfing area could become a kids park and the gym looks straight from the 90s, it need a full redesign, they could even add a boxing rink!!

Same for 900 Biscayne’s gym, get some new machines! The pool floor needs changing and there isn’t much more room to add anything unfortunately.

I think with time these buildings will be forced to renovate because they can’t compete with Paramount and all the new buildings coming up.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Good points there. Those two buildings are amazing and the location become more prime every day but if they don’t step up their game, they will start looking like Vizcayne…

Anonymous
1 month ago

I just moved at Marina Blue and I agree. I love the two pools and the beach volleyball court but there is so much more that could be done. They need to hire a young designer and bring that 14th floor to 2021. I think the problem is that the board is made up of mostly old folks with old ideas.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Maybe the management company sucks. They should hire whoever Paramount uses. I live there and there’s always cool events and stuff.

Anonymous
1 month ago

It shouldn’t be too hard to come up with ideas to renovate their amenities. They could just look at these renderings and do the same.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Paramount can’t even manage their pick up/ drop off without blocking the bike lane and most of the traffic downtown, maybe let’s focus on that?

Anonymous
1 month ago

Marina Blue for the longest time was the nicer drug and party building compared to Opera since it was closer to the clubs.

It is going to take that building a long time to build up enough reserves to renovate the amenity areas to compete with these newer towers unless they hit everyone with special assessments, which is unlikely given how many renters are in the building.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I recently bought at AmrinaBlue and the building is in great financial stand actually. There is ton of revenue and money on reserve. I think the problem is the management, they just manage but don’t even try to make it better.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Enough in reserves to renovate the entire amenity area? Not enough for new owners to qualify for bank loan, but enough to re-do the amenities. Contractors charge 4x on condo projects since they know they’ll be sued and it’ll drag itself out for 10 years.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Adding a screening area and redoing the gym isn’t a crazy expense. Marina Blue’s amenity area is in great stand, it just need to add a children’s park, a huge screen and modern seating, plus the gym just need to change lighting and get a touch of modern. It can’t be that expensive.

Anonymous
1 month ago

So, join the board and get things done!

Anonymous
1 month ago

not so easy when you get outvoted

Anonymous
1 month ago

a boxing “rink”….

Anonymous
1 month ago

I bought in 900 Biscayne over the summer and the amenities are great in principal. The pools and BBQ area was all recently redone. Half the gym was remodeled and then covid hit. I agree tho the look and feel of the renovated half is not glamorous though. There is a giant movie room, kids play room and community meeting space that is never used. That said it’s all in the style of a corporate boardroom and could use modern design and reimagining. That said it’s well kept and maintained. The building also has a full service spa with everything that entails. Again very well kept, but bit dated style.

In the works are full lobby renovation and remodel over the next 2/3 years. Next year all the corridors being redone which will bring the design and color palette into 2022.

The reimagining of the other amenity space is a lower priority as so well maintained and usage not much.

Anonymous
1 month ago

If the look dated now, imagine how they’ll look in a year or two once more modern buildings open up downtown. Condo boards sometimes lack vision because they are mostly made of older folks. I don’t live in either of these two buildings but I’m sure there aren’t young people with bright ideas on these boards.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I lived in 900 Biscayne and Marina Blue, loved them both but Marina Blue is a gem. I personally love the two pools facing front and back so you always can get a tan. I agree with the gym renovation and revamping of the amenities area but the building is beautiful as is already so it’s not a must.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Not renewing CVS or Subway’s leases in the retail space is a good start.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Subway for sure but the 24/7 CVS is a huge commodity and asset for the residents, I just wish it also had a pharmacy.

The Far Side !!!
1 month ago

Bayside Market…. Four Ambassadors… same crowd ! 🤗 replace both !!!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Hmm looks cheap xoxo

Anonymous
1 month ago

Like your lifestyle