Another 40-Story Office & Residential Tower Is Planned Across From MiamiCentral By Related Group

Related Group is planning a 40-story tower across the street from 3 MiamiCentral, according to the SFBJ.

Miami Station (a tentative name for the project) is planned to include:

  • 250,641 square feet of office
  • 310 apartments
  • 7,572 square feet of retail
  • 468 parking spaces

Related Group has the property at 525 and 533 N.W. Second Ave in contract.

A project called Avery MiamiCentral was once planned for the same site by its current owner.

Across the street is 3 MiamiCentral, where a Publix is under construction.

On the opposite corner is the Block 55 site, which will soon begin construction. It will include 578 apartments along with multiple floors of retail, with tenants including Target, Aldi, Ross, Ulta, Burlington, and Youfit.

The new Miami Station proposal by Related is planned to go before the Urban Development Review Board in early 2021.

The project will also include the BH Group (former Krystal Tower) site, according to Related Group Vice President Eric Fordin.

 

Avery MiamiCentral once planned for the same site:

The former Krystal Tower site is also included:

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Vilatic
9 months ago

Welcome back TNM

Anonymous
9 months ago

The Publix has been under build out construction for years.. really dragging their feet on that location.

Anonymous
9 months ago

Who needs another Publix?

Anonymous
9 months ago

I don’t buy from publix but Its the super market that design the most beautiful buildings all over America.

Anonymous
9 months ago

What doesn’t Publix have that you are looking for ?

Anonymous
9 months ago

His soy-based imitation hamburger meat and fair trade granola.

Anonymous
9 months ago

I don’t have in my neighborhood publix buddy.

Anonymous
9 months ago

Good bread
Good deli
Variety, not just croquetica y pastelitos.

Anonymous
9 months ago

Probably waiting for those apartments over brightline to be 95% occupied and that apartment next to the Miami police HQ finished and grand central apartment building is finished.

Anonymous
9 months ago

Not surprisingly Myers group couldn’t get a high rise done..

Anonymous
9 months ago

More than likely they where offered more money than they paid for that site.

Anonymous G
9 months ago

Not bad at all. I like the design.

Anonymous
9 months ago

Good work Related

Anonymous
9 months ago

When is that unfinished tower next to it ever going to finish.

Anonymous
9 months ago

Can’t wait to see all of the area going north of 395 including NE Miami Ct and N Miami ave to the Bay and all the way up to the design district redeveloped with high and mid rise buildings.

Anonymous
9 months ago

Is this in Overtown?

Anonymous
9 months ago

Does the thumb down mean no?

Anonymous
9 months ago

Thumbs up or thumbs down… what about a response?

Anonymous
9 months ago

Yes, but I’m sure they’ll try to rename it

Anonymous
9 months ago

Actually like this design better. Simpler yet sleeker

Anonymous
9 months ago

It’s a fat boring box. The only nice thing to say about it is the interesting base, considering building bases by Related are parking pedestals covered in some ugly mural or sheet metal and called “art.”

POLO
9 months ago

The upper part of the tower, minus the base, reminds me of the United Nations tower in New York City.

Anonymous
9 months ago

Design is blah but it’ll do. That area could use the office and residential space.

Anonymous
9 months ago

Nice.

Anonymous
9 months ago

Related is always planning something.. planning this, planning that. I believe everybody will be excited when they break ground on just one of their proposed projects.

Anonymous G
9 months ago

Agreed.

Anonymous
9 months ago

Office + apartments in the same tower? Who would want to live in a building like that? It’s like the restaurants here….everything is fusion. Sushi + Cuban, blah, blah, blah. Enough with fusing concepts. Miami needs FOCUS!

Anonymous
9 months ago

If it is a Related product, it means poor quality finishes!

Anonymous
9 months ago

Related is known for building pigs with lipstick and calling them “high end”.

Anonymous
9 months ago

Plainly ugly! that area definitively has a poor architecture

Anonymous
9 months ago

And you definitely have poor penmanship.

Anonymous
9 months ago

I like the old design better but I guess this is a filler so it’s fine. Definitely not something great to look at.

Anonymous
9 months ago

468 is a lot of parking spaces..

This could be built completely without parking per Miami 21 zoning..

However, all things considered, it’s significantly less parking than what other projects in the area are providing.. so let’s consider that a win.

Anonymous
9 months ago

This building will contain office, residential, and retail… and you’re complaining about parking spaces?

Anonymous
9 months ago

Parking Winning!

(you crying over your bicycle handlebars)

Anonymous
9 months ago

i’m excited about all these new projects, too bad miami is so dirty specially our expressways lots of people driving from out of town into miami and they have to see all that trash on I-95,it’s really embarrassing

Anonymous
9 months ago

Well, these out of town people could be from dirtier places. Do you actually know how dirty the cities and their expressways actually are where these people come from?

Anonymous
9 months ago

yeah like philly and nyc.

Anonymous
9 months ago

they may come from dirtier cities but i just hope our filthiness problem is solved some day soon

Anonymous
9 months ago

So go pick up the trash then

Anonymous
9 months ago

anything is better than living in a third world city so if i have to pick up some of the trash i’ll do it

Anonymous
9 months ago

Miami has a population of nearly three million people in the Metro area. If you think things are dirty now, just wait till the population hits 4 or 5 million.