Architect Reveals Concept Design For Four Towers At 99 Riverside In Brickell

Up to four towers could rise on a riverfront lot known as 99 Riverside in Brickell, under a concept design prepared by architect Palma.

The architect wrote on social media that the design was created in partnership with broker Avison Young, which is marketing the property.

A tower of up to 80 stories can be built on the property.

A developer may need to secure approval for a street closure in order to build as shown in the concept, however.

The property was listed for sale last month.

 

 

 

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Anonymous
2 years ago

Looks like cheap photoshopped pictures to help get the land sold. If something actually gets built here it will look nothing like this.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Yes, It’s called Concept Design!!Read the article dummy!

Paul
2 years ago

Typical late cycle maneuvering.

Anonymous
2 years ago

just build this already. The skyline looks so empty with no cranes in Brickell

Anonymous
2 years ago

It’s just a concept people it’s just a concept.

Anonymous
2 years ago

you really like repeating yourself to get your point across…

Anonymous
2 years ago

Yes I do, yes I do..

Anonymous
2 years ago

I didn’t know I didn’t know!

Azarius
2 years ago

This is for marketing purposes to get a developer to see the potential in the location doubt this gets built

Anonymous
2 years ago

Developers know that this location, on the Miami river and accross from Brickell City Center is exceptiional.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Since the market is totally crickets right now, it hardly matters.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Amazing.. no matter how many times some people are told that this rendering is not something any developer is planning on building and this is just a conceptual design that the owners of this site is using just to give a buyer an idea on what maybe could be done with this land, some people are still launching criticisms at it.

Anonymous
2 years ago

One thousand foot tower with two 850-930 feet tall little brothers next to it build it

Anonymous
2 years ago

Horrible!!!!!!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Nice! Hope this gets built!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Before anyone get happy (which is what readers on this site is always prone to do) the article states “a concept design” and “the design was created in partnership with broker Avison Young, which is marketing the property.”

Yes, I to wish Miami could have something like this, but I know that I must face reality.

Anonymous
2 years ago

I don’t know whether to call this a tease or a total waste of time.

Anonymous
2 years ago

It’s just a concept people it’s just a concept.

Anonymous
2 years ago

I see, I see

Anonymous
2 years ago

People people people, this is just a “concept design prepared by architect Palm & Partners” in “partnership with broker Avison Young, which is marketing the property” for a future buyer.

This is just a CONCEPT!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Then why create fake news?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Fake news about what Donald Trump? The article is about broker Avison Young marketing the property by using a conceptual design of what could be possible to build on it. TNM never said this is what a developer is seeking to build on that site.

305
2 years ago

Forget the buildings, can someone just finish the damn River Walk? Can’t believe the UnderLine is happening but the River Walk (which would bring actual value/tourism to Brickell like in other cities) is still just discontinuous one block chunks.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Vapor were, just marketing to sell the site. Nothing is happening here

Anonymous
2 years ago

These garden in the sky concepts rarely work or get built. It’s pie in the sky.

Anonymous
2 years ago

I like it a lot

Anonymous
2 years ago

This would be beautiful if it was real.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Hard to tell from the rendering angle but it looks like the building orientations are staggered to preserve interior views.

Anonymous
2 years ago

It just a concept people it’s just a concept.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Not for all the Architectural geniuses on here!!! They know how to critique but yet cant read!

Anonymous
2 years ago

The idea is seeing how the property can be cleverly positioned to have the highest and best marketable use and the “concept” shows that hence someone paying thousands of dollars for the concept.

Anonymous
2 years ago

So, that it’s a concept means the matter is closed to commentary? Imbecile.

Anonymous
2 years ago

No, it means you are an imbecile for criticizing it.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Developers value such “concepts” because they are actionable from a highest and best use perspective. They are critically analyzed as a material consideration in a land acquisition which is why the broker and/or seller paid for it. But yours is evidently a small mind, so it’s ok that you don’t get it.

Anonymous
2 years ago

footprint for this site feels small for what they want to achieve

Anonymous
2 years ago

It’s just a concept people it’s just a concept.

Anonymous
2 years ago

No kidding, no kidding!

Anonymous
2 years ago

No I’m not, no I’m not.

Anonymous
2 years ago

FUGLY!!!

Anonymous
2 years ago

I told them to use one of your beautiful designs.

Anonymous
2 years ago

thanks!

Anonymous
2 years ago

It’s a concept. It’s a concept. [takes Xanax] Concept! Concept!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Too clustered!! Belongs in HK not 305…

Anonymous
2 years ago

Not sure that FLR is achievable on that site.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Build it!!!!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Um yeah, sure.. because there are people like you in Miami who’re just happy with lame-ass crap like what we see in Wynwood and think that’s good enough.

Sheesshh.. with people like you in this city, it’s no wonder other cities in this country and around the world are living Miami in the dust.

Anonymous
2 years ago

I meant “leaving Miami in the dust.”

Anonymous
2 years ago

I agree 100%. this doesn’t belong in Miami.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Your mom wants me here

Anonymous
2 years ago

Yeah, she likes how you mow her lawn.

Anonymous
2 years ago

How many parking spaces would this development have??

Anonymous
2 years ago

Too many.

Anonymous
2 years ago

…and shore power?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Also, Metromover stops on every floor and vertical bike lanes.

Anonymous
2 years ago

It’s just a concept people it’s just a concept to sell the land.

Anonymous
2 years ago

I’m just repeating myself, just repeating myself…

Anonymous
2 years ago

Yeah, because some people just don’t get it, some people just don’t get it…

POLO
2 years ago

This is pie in the sky, and an ugly one at that!

Anonymous
2 years ago

It’s just a concept people it’s just a concept.

Anonymous
2 years ago

You don’t say you don’t say!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Yes I do yes I do.

GBA
2 years ago

No parking podium = no bueno.

Andreas B.
2 years ago

And who is going to foot the bill??? This is what happens when architects have no connection with reality!!!