‘Architecturally Attractive’ 36-Story Office & Hotel Tower Planned At The Entrance To The Design District

The Miami Design District could soon be getting a signature tower at the entrance to the area.

The new 36-story tower is planned to be built at 3750 Biscayne Boulevard, developer Craig Robins told the SFBJ.

Robins said that he wants the building to be “architecturally attractive.”

It is likely to include a mix of office and hotel space, Robins said, although a design is still being worked on.

Robins also said that the new building would make for a good corporate headquarters.

Up to 845,000 square feet of space can be built in the new tower.

Robins’ Dacra has asked for a height increase for the property from 20 stories to 36 stories, and Miami’s Planning, Zoning and Appeals Board will consider the request at a meeting on November 18.

 

 

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Anonymous
1 month ago

Many of the Design District stores are great architecturally. Let’s hope the tower is too.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Is he gay?

Anonymous
1 month ago

Married to Soffer

Anonymous
1 month ago

And you are gross.

Anonymous
1 month ago

You are gross.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Aka nothing burger

Anonymous
1 month ago

This will add a lot more traffic to that complex intersection/highway off-ramp.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Show us the render

Anonymous
1 month ago

The western part of the design distract needs life to it as well.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I trust it will be nice, the design district is beautiful, one of the few projects in miami that delivers

Anonymous
1 month ago

Take note anyone living or considering living in Quadro facing South

Anonymous
1 month ago

it can be “architecturally attractive” at 20 stories. That is one of the most complicated and over-capacity intersections, and 2 blocks away from 2 more. Fix the traffic flow before you add to the density. Note that Blue and Charter Club residents do not have a legal route to access their homes from I_195 east. IT”S A MESS

Anonymous
1 month ago

The intersection at 38th St and BBlvd is rated “F” by FDOT which is the worst rating they can assign to a roadway. The developer claims that with the up-zoning for more height they will actually build less denisity (units) than the current zoning provides for. Less would be more in this case but many are offended by the added height. Both parcels on the East side of BBlvd on the north and south corners of 38th St have tried vigorously to get up-zoned and so far the community has succeeded to prevent that but the efforts will eventually be revived. The NY owners of the vacant parcel at the SE corner actually proposed an up-zoning to allow a hotel and for billboards on the facade. This land is actually the cloverleaf of an expressway ramp at a worst possible rated intersection in Miami.

Anonymous
1 month ago

A great HQ location if you want to be stuck in ten min of traffic to get in and out of the building

Anonymous
1 month ago

Then live in midtown and walk to work

Anonymous
1 month ago

Exactly there plenty of nice buildings within a half mile or if your baller move into Bay point! So many complainers on this site!

Anonymous
1 month ago

people in Bay Point not gonna walk to work

Anonymous
1 month ago

Midtown will be a very dark place once the large “park like” green space is developed with more towers.

Anonymous
1 month ago

He donated to Trump

Anonymous
1 month ago

Is that relevant?

DUMPTRUMP
1 month ago

Very… but I understand this is not the platform in which to discuss. So apologies for my post and 2nd apologies for the name.

Anonymous
1 month ago

No apologies needed on my account.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Your buyers remorse will be here very soon, be patient

Anonymous
1 month ago

Yeah the timing sure is

Anonymous
1 month ago

Good going…

Anonymous
1 month ago

Good

Anonymous
1 month ago

Who gives a flying fooook

Pata Sucia
1 month ago

Everyone that’s dying from Covid right now.

Anonymous
1 month ago

But you’re still alive?..

Anonymous
1 month ago

Do you need government to wipe after your done too?

Anonymous
1 month ago

So did I

Anonymous
1 month ago

Like gambling at his old casino

Shawn Kouri
1 month ago

How come I don’t see a rendering?

Anonymous
1 month ago

Because the article stated “a design is still being worked on.”

Anonymous
1 month ago

because they want a sleight of hand approval.

Anonymous
1 month ago

They do?. who told you?

Anonymous
1 month ago

Hi Shawn, technically an up-zoning is not supposed to be tied to a project.