Arquitectonica-Designed Office, Hotel & Retail Project Under Planning In Allapattah

Allapattah could soon be getting a mixed-use development designed by Arquitectonica.

A rendering shows that the building will have a glassy, angled facade. It will include 400,000 square feet of medical offices, along with the hotel, retail, and a parking garage on a 2 acre site.

Deco Capital Group is the developer. The company’s plans for Allapattah are said to be long term and existing tenants will be kept in place for cash flow according to The Real Deal.

Just west of the property is the Miami Produce Center, where developer Robert Wennett and architect Bjarke Ingels are planning a massive mixed-use project with thousands of residences, office and retail.

 

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Anonymous

So positive to see the growth and prosperity to inner Miami.. finally happening.

Anonymous

i’ve got some inner growth too

Anonymous

How about an exterior growth?

marc

In Allapattah? Nice

Anonymous

Whoa! Great infill project for Allapattah.

Anonymous

Its also close to that proposed building that is on stilts.

Anonymous

Allapattah represents the bullet that finally killed the MiMo District and the Upper East Side’s Rebirth.
Thank You Elvis Cruz, the Morning Side Association, and Marc Sarnoff for the stupid 35 feet Height restriction.

Anonymous

yeah i agree but c’mon imagine the traffic on Biscayne if there were high rises up there… takes 30 minutes to drive from 54 street to 79th street. such horrible planning – but the mayor is hot.

Anonymous

Traffic light system is antique.

Anonymous

The speed limit on Biscayne Blvd combined with the narrow sidewalks and the low density are the reasons why there is not pedestrian traffic on Biscayne, which is why Businesses cant survive the area. Real State in the MiMo District is simply dead, the amount of empty retail spaces in the area is ridiculously high and what used to be prime real state have lost the value because it is impossible to turn profit in a land where you can only build a commercial only freestanding building. All that was known before Elvis Cruz served Mark Sarnoff with votes he needed to get reelected.

Anonymous

That is lamest excuse anyone can give.
Biscayne congestion is mostly commuting traffic between Downtown Miami and Aventura. Mid rise Live-Work-Commercial Mix-use development reduce the amount of cars on the road. It is about time our politicians agree to invest in a reliable mass transportation system.

Anonymous

If you want to take cars off the road, build a commuter rail line on the FEC tracks. Simple fact.

Anonymous

“politicians agree to invest”.
NEWSFLASH!!!!!!
Governments do not create products (iPhones, hamburgers, electric Razrs, etc.)
Governments TAKE MONEY FROM PEOPLE. They CONFISCATE MONEY from productive people, under the threat of prison, or a lien on their property.

Not all people. Just the productive people.
Parasites simply consume. They do not contribute their fair share. They rent, they are employees, and they think $1 for a MetroRail ride for 10 miles is too much. They always want to take more for contributing nothing.

Anonymous

Someone is Bitter AF!!!

Anonymous

He sure is

Anonymous

As long as it includes parking for the poor offended person from yesterday I’m happy.

FuThSh

LOL

Anonymous

Wow Arquitectonica made something low-rise that doesn’t suck, but what’s the the ugly Tetris eyesore out in the distance?

Miami Realist

Awesome project.! Lets get it approve and build it!

Anonymous

yes. i want to have an office there

Anonymous

Allapattah is the new Brickell.

Anonymous

… yyyaaawwwnnnn… excuse me, I just woke up.. when did that happen?

Shawn Kouri

A part of gentrifying Allapattah

Anonymous

The rendering lacks realism, and does not reflect the demographics of the location

Shawn Kouri

This would be a small component to gentrifying Allapattah

Anonymous

This is what climate apartheid looks like. Developers realizing that Allipatta and Little Haiti are higher ground away from the flood areas. The existing communities will get priced out and there is no where for them to go.

Anonymous

Basically the Gehry designed IAC building in NY. But by far less talented architects.

Anonymous

Meh…

Anonymous

We know we know, your designs are far superior.

Anonymous

to the OP defense, it does look like ground retail with a giant parking garage… so meh..

Anonymous

I guess we all see differently then.