Adler Applies To Double Size Of Office Building Planned At Nexus Riverside

Developer Adler Group appears to be doubling the size of their proposed office building at Nexus Riverside, according to newly filed documents.

The office tower is now proposed to have 555,386 square feet of office space, according to revised platting documents submitted by the developer on November 12.

Previously, the project was planned to have 278,379 square feet of office, to be used by the City of Miami (replacing their Miami Riverside Center office building next door). The deal with the city for office space was on hold earlier this year, with the city studying other options.

The original plans for the office tower called for a 20-story building. The new height hasn’t been filed.

An apartment building planned on the site will still have 428 apartments, the new plat document says. Plans also show it will have 506 parking spaces.

Mill Creek Residential appears to be developing the apartment tower on Adler’s property.

In July, the residential project was approved by the UDRB.

At the time, the developer said that the city was considering alternative sites to replace its office building, according to Miami Today.

In August, Mill Creek applied for a construction permit to begin work on the 36-story tower.

In September, Mill Creek was granted FAA Approval for a tower height of 413 feet above ground.

 

The 20-story office tower in the below rendering will be doubling in size:

The newly revised plat documents:

The second phase, not yet approved:

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Melo is sigma and chad
19 days ago

Good we need more office space, and yes people are working from home but companies still want the office capacity when they move or open another location.

Anonymous
18 days ago

They’ll build office space as the market demands it… as much as wealthy people are moving down here major corporations have yet to move main corporate offices down here continues to be satellite or Latin American offices that dont require the massive square footage

Anonymous
19 days ago

Office floors have a higher roof height. This will most likely pass 500 ft and become what the ctbuh classifies, as a skyscraper.

Budding Bureaucrat
19 days ago

Now all that needs to happen is the redoing of the Government Center, maybe an observation deck, redoing the park, redoing the plazas, maybe redoing the police station across the street, fixing the main library up, and some of the rest of the stuff.

Anonymous
18 days ago

……you wonder why rents are so high, its to cover excessive BS public spending such as you propose.

Anonymous
18 days ago

Rents are high to cover public spending??? LOL tell me you don’t know how the economy works without telling me you don’t know how the economy works.

Anonymous
18 days ago

Bro this guy compares housing prices to 30 then complains when he can’t buy a 4 br house for under 200k….

Budding Bureaucrat.
17 days ago

He complains because there is not enough public spending in Miami to construct more affordable housing in Miami-Dade County. The lack of public spending in Miami-Dade County is pretty apparent at our busted parks and other derelict government facilities like Government Center in Downtown Miami and the other buildings in the civic campus.

Its gonna get to the point that half the downtown is going to look shiny and great and the other half is going to look like a shithole, at which point you’ll complain.

Anonymous
18 days ago

Sounds promising, but how much do you want to bet the second phase is going to be as watered down and half-assed as that Melo-tier residential building.

Anonymous
18 days ago

You don’t need to “study other options.” Move city hall from Coconut Grove and Riverside Center offices consolidated into the old county courthouse.

Anonymous
19 days ago

Teaser

Anonymous
17 days ago

More office spaces less boring retail stores.

Anonymous
18 days ago

Not enough parking! Need more car storage.

Anonymous
18 days ago

Ban cars

Anonymous
19 days ago

Why is the City building an office building in a transit inaccessible location. They should be a model for resilient transportation methods.

Anonymous
19 days ago

There’s two metromover stops two blocks away.

Anonymous
19 days ago

i call bs. this is no where near any rail

Melo is sigma and chad
19 days ago

Government center is three blocks north and a metromover station is four blocks east. Most cities people have to walk sometimes eight blocks to get to a train station or even more. Just say you’re anti walking.

Anonymous
19 days ago

this is no where near gov’t center or the metro mover. you’ve proved that you don’t take transit by that comment.

Anonymous
19 days ago

Lol I take transit often, including both of the metro over stations the Melo guy referenced, and he’s absolutely correct. Sorry about it.

Melo is sigma and chad
18 days ago

Buddy I worked from the wharf to the government center and its right next to this lot. And I was suited up so yall can’t whine about the heat either.

Yo mama
19 days ago

Pecker head

Anonymous
19 days ago

The city doesn’t need waterfront offices

Anonymous
19 days ago

Why not?

Anonymous
18 days ago

🤣 lots of city employees on here