63-story E11even Hotel & Residences Submitted To UDRB Review

Plans have been submitted to the Urban Development Review Board for E11even Hotel & Residences.

E11even Hotel & Residences is the first of two towers with the E11even name. Construction is already underway.

According to the new UDRB Filing, E11even Hotel & Residences will rise 63 stories and include:

  • 412 residential units
  • approximately 38,860 square feet of retail and commercial uses
  • 41 on-site parking spaces (accessed via car elevator)

The proposed tower height is 709 feet above sea level, or 696 feet above ground.

A waiver is being requested to allow for off-site parking (one of nine waivers requested). According to a letter from the developer:

Pursuant to Article 4, Table 4, parking may be provided off-site by ownership within 1,000 feet by process of Waiver. The Project requires a total of 261 commercial parking spaces (after 30% parking reduction). The Applicant will provide 41 spaces on-site and requests a Waiver to allow the remaining 220 parking spaces to be provided off-site through a private off-site parking agreement. A goal of Miami 21 is to create walkable, pedestrian- friendly urban environments. To that end, the Applicant is seeking to reduce the square footage dedicated solely to off-street parking within the Project and instead dedicate that space to uses within the building that more positively contribute to the neighborhood.

A warrant is also being requested to allow for micro-units. A total of 174 micro dwelling units are proposed at E11even.

Sieger Suarez is the architect.

The UDRB hearing is scheduled for November 16.

 

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Anonymous
2 months ago

WTF….?…i thought there was already a groundbreaking ceremony…..?

MINDSET
2 months ago

The article clearly stated:

“Construction is already underway.”

Anon
2 months ago

Yeah…????…so if the board doesn’t approve they tear it down …???…this seems odd…..

anan
2 months ago

Hokus Pokus. Now you see it and now you don’t.

Anon
2 months ago

Clean af! Love that they swapped stucco for raw concrete, material choices make a huge difference!

Anonymous
2 months ago

Very cool design on the pedestal in what I assume is steel. Great aesthetic.

Pythagoras
2 months ago

You’re not kidding. Materials used make all the difference in the world.

Anonymous
2 months ago

LOL you think concrete is better than stucco?

Pythagoras
2 months ago

Absolutely. If done right, plain concrete gives a structure a bolder look. Stucco is just soulless and over time it cracks.

El Arqui
2 months ago

indeed. just like Tadao Ando’s work.

Melo is sigma and Chad
2 months ago

Can’t wait till the second one starts construction, this area needs the density.

chango
2 months ago

y micrro units por mi tercero huevo en el futuro!!!!!!!!

Anon
2 months ago

I hope that trash UHAUL center is next to go

Anonymous
2 months ago

I see you really keep tabs on this place huh?

Anonymous
2 months ago

But it’s useful for all the people moving into Downtown…. That U-Haul is almost always sold out of trucks because of the new demand

Anonymous
2 months ago

oh I didnt realize they were literally building it touching Club Space

Anonymous
2 months ago

Pool parties here will be epic

Anonymous
2 months ago

Yeah, it will be perfect for a Sunday tea dance!

melo yellow was just mountain dew
2 months ago

guuurrrrrrlllllllllllll

anonymous
2 months ago

Are developers required to have an ugly podium even if they have no parking garage?

anan
2 months ago

Yes, it’s a city of Miami ordinance.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Which has done more harm than good. One Biscayne Tower was built fifty years ago, and looks less offensive having an exposed parking deck facing Biscayne Boulevard than any Related box covered in a queasy mural.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Miami21 making things worse than before as usual. There should be a waiver from it, like everything else that makes it toothless.

Anon
2 months ago

yes.

Shawn Kouri
2 months ago

Didn’t they already review this building? Construction has already begun.

anan
2 months ago

If you call a guy with a shovel moving dirt around starting.

glass window are expensive..ask melo
2 months ago

with half the units being micro-units will they rent by the hour??? its across from the strip club and space….

evan
2 months ago

Curious why the bridge to the second one isnt shown

Anonymous
2 months ago

Worldcenter will surpass Brickell as the hot spot very soon!!

what U talken bout Willis?
2 months ago

Brickell and this area of downtown is being constructed or built to coincide and “meld” together, not outdo each other.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Yea I don’t think so lol

Anonymous but Famous
2 months ago

Manhattan has 3 problems as far as urban design….no alleys, so everything happens in the street; useless “plazas” that rip into the city fabric; and skyscrapers that shoot straight up from the ground and makes building facades appear to lean forward. Miami 21 tackles the third problem the best it can, having buildings required to “step back” beginning on the fourth floor.

Ok, so the podium here is a disaster, but off-site parking? Let the damn thing go ahead.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Which means, living in this building will be way more exciting than where you live.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Thank goodness, about time

Antennae
2 months ago

If UDRB approvals are taking 2 yrs avg, we won’t see this puppy till 2028

MINDSET
2 months ago

For the life of me I don’t understand their usefulness anyway.

MMN
2 months ago

The submittal is scheduled to be reviewed on November 16, 2022.

Pythagoras
2 months ago

Beautiful building. Hideous podium.

Alcoholiotic
2 months ago

Haha… a “Pretty Policeman.”

Anonymous
2 months ago

“Policeman? Did you just assume THEIR gender!?” -Ken Russell

Pythagoras
2 months ago

The Policeman is pretty himself sometimes. But do you question his authority?

Anonymous
2 months ago

You like the Pretty Policeman….offer to buy him a drink

Anonymous
2 months ago

If you want to “positively contribute to the neighborhood,” don’t propose two boxes.

Original
2 months ago

Look, this is about making money… that mushy crap you’re talking about belongs in the 1930’s.