Artisitic Murals Installed At 571-Foot The Elser In Downtown Miami

At downtown Miami’s new 49-story The Elser, an artistic mural has just been installed, according to photos by Ryan RC Rea.

The Elser will include 646 condo units, delivered fully finished, furnished, and move-in ready. Owners will be permitted to rent out their units on a daily basis.

Condo prices start in the $600k range.

The building was previously known as Society Biscayne, before developers PMG & Greybrook switched to a plan to build condos instead of apartments. It also has 5,000 square feet of retail.

A sales center for the 100-story Waldorf Astoria Hotel & Residences is located adjacent to the Elser on property also owned by PMG and Greybrook.

 

(photos: Ryan RC Rea)

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Anonymous
28 days ago

i hope this building opens soon , downtown miami needs more residents to support local businesses

Mike
28 days ago

It is open. Have seen regular folks coming and going. Will be nice when Jaguar sun opens on the bottom floor.

Dean Johnson
21 days ago

That place blows, most overpriced low quality cocktail bar ever

Anonymous
28 days ago

Not as cool as the renderings but much better than off-white concrete

Mad Dash
28 days ago

Mural is nice.
The tower is just a simple design for a strategic location.

Anonymous
28 days ago

Simple design not fit for the location.

peej
28 days ago

This turned out great, but it’s for the south face of the podium–not the north like the renders show.

Both will likely be by the same local artist, Andrew Antonaccio (2alas), but the TBD north wall will be covered by canvas in lieu of a painted wall like the one pictured above.

He did the same style canvas for the podium at Society Las Olas, which quickly ripped apart from storm winds. Hopefully the new one here stays put longer since it’s on a solid wall & not the open vented parking garage.

Anon
28 days ago

this mural is painted dirEctly on the building. The fabric art on X Miami was ripped off. There are still tattered bits of it hanging off the cleats. Looks sloppy. Replace it with a painted mural>?

Anonymous
28 days ago

It wouldn’t be a problem if the code required better ways of concealing parking garages than murals, assorted sheet metal, etc. Like IDK, green walls or wrap-around uses?

peej
27 days ago

Yes, the one shown above is painted & looks great.

I’m referencing the TBD one on the North Wall shown in the provided renders–that wall is still unfinished CMU block, never stucco’d, so I assume it will be canvas. Of course an actual mural is much preferred…

real estate BS
28 days ago

sure it’s art, but it’s slapped on a big ass parking podium. Doesn’t Miami 21 require active use screening of the podium?

anonymous
28 days ago

Miami21 and Miami, in general, has waivers for everything (as long as you pay the price).

Sub Tropics
27 days ago

Couldn’t they have come up with a better name? Something elser.

Pepe
24 days ago

Google: Elser Pier… thats why

Casey
28 days ago

The white space is weird

anonymous
28 days ago

Tear down the (BLANK) walls.

Anonymous
28 days ago

What blank walls?

Anon
28 days ago

This project is a scam

Anonymous
28 days ago

I like it when people say a simple statement without explaining why they said it.

Dro
28 days ago

Nice building with unaffordable rent. Will be empty for long time as companies call employees back to the office.

Anonymous
28 days ago

Tear down the whole building. It looks nothing like the renderings