Adler Group’s New Plan For Miami Riverside Center

The Adler Group has unveiled revised conceptual plans to redevelop the City of Miami’s Riverside Center.

The proposal received a recommendation of approval on Monday from the the Urban Infill and Greenways Subcommittee of the Miami River Commission, according to Miami Today.

It would include four towers, three with a mix of hotel, retail, and residential, while the fourth would be office.

Adler owns a portion of the site, but will need voter approval to take over the riverfront city-owned building and relocate city staff. The company is pushing for a vote in November.

NBWW is the architect.

 

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Anonymous
2 years ago

This is a thousand times better than the first proposal.

Miami1
2 years ago

Vastly better than the original proposal!! I’ll vote yes on this one!

Anonymous
2 years ago

If only the city or county would move that power station somewhere else!

Anonymous
2 years ago

It’s owned by Florida Power & Loot. If only a deal could be worked moving it to the blocks under I-95…

A. Nonymous
2 years ago

I imagine they’d be happy to relocate for the right price.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Sigh… I agree, I said the same thing about this power station a coupla years ago because it looks so out of place. I hope in the future the powers that be in the city decide to flex their muscle and take that plot from FPL and pay them to relocate somewhere out of downtown.

Anonymous
2 years ago

FPL pays Real Estate taxes on this land, which hopefully means at some point the economics become so evident that a power station is not the best use for this site.

Anonymous
2 years ago

I’m sure they have plenty tax breaks.

Anonymous
2 years ago

*of

Suomynona
2 years ago

For sure. They’re crooks after all.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Actually they don’t, they just transfer the costs on to the customer. More reason to want them to sell. FPL is a publicly traded company. They are not a municipality.

Anonymous
2 years ago

At least they aren’t showing it as a forest in this round of renderings.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Maybe developers can propose moving it to Liberty City or Opa Locka and marketing it to local residents/politicians as a jobs project.

Anonymous
2 years ago

This proposal demonstrates what they can do architectural wise in Miami when developers decide to use an architect firm other than Arquitectonica.

Anonymous
2 years ago

If at first you don’t succeed try again…
Maybe One day they’ll hire you and you wont be so mad and bitter at the world.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Thanks to your vast reading comprehension, I now realize that any statement or comment should be construed as someone disparaged or just plain unhappy with anything in the world.

Anonymous
2 years ago

keep the plaza

Anonymous
2 years ago

Imagine how this part of Miami is going to look if this gets built along with the other proposed Miami river project by Chetrit Group right across the river from it. I’m sure it’s going to look amazing! I hope they both get built, let’s all cross our finger.

Miami1
2 years ago

Which finger??

Anonymous
2 years ago

The middle one I’m shooting you right now!

Miami1
2 years ago

Aww how sensitive…the middle one really? I thought it was your little finger..

Anonymous
2 years ago

OMG it’s beautiful! The proposal went from a turd to a diamond.

Anonymous
2 years ago

pretty renderings will turn into more boring buildings with little to no public benefit. projects on public land should include mandatory workforce/affordable units and the office space should house the relocated city offices.

Anonymous
2 years ago

The public benefit will be taking this place off the tax payers backs, and that’s good enough for most folks in Miami.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Very true! The average Miami resident applauds the city giving public lands to developers. Third World mentality at it’s finest in Miami-Dade.

Anonymous
2 years ago

“giving?”

Anonymous
2 years ago

Looks Good

Anonymous
2 years ago

Nice

Justin
2 years ago

Dope

Polo
2 years ago

Beautiful towers, but the view of I-95 sucks.

Anonymous
2 years ago

It actually looks great with all the lights.

Miami Hurricane
2 years ago

The view from I-95 will be great

Suomynona
2 years ago

It’ll be great in 50 years when they finally bury the highway. If downtown isn’t submerged by then.

ILoveMiami
2 years ago

Nice looking buildings. I hope the final product looks just like that instead of the usual boring stuff we get too often.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Looks nice! I particularly like the idea of being able to watch the river from a higher perspective (second floor or so), looks more impressive than at the eye level…

Anonymous
2 years ago

It will look great and improve the skyline
That area looks so boringly empty and devoid now that anything to fill all those empty parking lots is paramount.

Anonymous
2 years ago

They should have hired BIG instead, because the siting and massing of these buildings is completely wrong. The missed opportunity for maximizing views of the river throughout the site is tragic. Each building blocks the other’s view and the river facing facades are smaller than those facing FPL transformers and various feeders to 95.

A. Nonymous
2 years ago

Above the first several floors you’ll only see the FPL site when standing by the window and looking down.
Otherwise you’ll see the river, bay and other high rises.
Hard to avoid views of elevated highways at a site with them on two sides.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Nice.! Can’t wait to see the homeless camping out in the green areas and the back side walks…

Anonymous
2 years ago

I can’t wait to see the homeless line up to wash themselves in those stairs or just crap directly into the river.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Really though. This parcel and the area under I-95 are the worst parts of the riverwalk by far.

Miami Hurricane
2 years ago

Just like how they do at Mary Brickel, the Plaza, and Biscayne Key?

Anonymous
2 years ago

What are you talking about?? I live at Flagler on the River and I am not sure how but since The Warf opened the number of homeless people under the I-95 bridge has decreased dramatically and on some days they are gone completely. Drive around the area first before making stupid comments!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Same will go for this area once this gets built.

Dirk Digler
2 years ago

I think it is the tourists “feeding the bears”.

Anonymous
2 years ago

We lived at The Capital Lofts before it became WeWork. Honestly, We never experienced a problem with the homeless or bums, as you call them. One thing we loved, we Didn’t have to deal pink plastic Disney Spoiled Princesses, Peach Townhouses, and pretentious Walmart suburban shoppers.
The Best years of my life in Miami!!!