Aventura Office Building With ‘Brightline Activities’ & Station Connection Proposed By Turnberry

Plans have been submitted for Two Turnberry, a 14-story, 200-foot office building connected to the new Brightline Station, according to the SFBJ.

The new project will help make it possible to reach Aventura Mall from downtown Miami in around 15 minutes with the new pedestrian bridge connection.

The office project is planned to include space for “Brightline activities,” and a pedestrian bridge across Biscayne Boulevard to the station itself, city documents show. Exact details of the Brightline area in the new building have yet to be determined.

Access from the Brightline station to Aventura Mall would be provided via the new bridge.

Another pedestrian bridge is also planned across West Dixie Highway between the train platforms and the station.

Two Turnberry is planned to include:

  • 240,000 square feet of office space
  • 20,000 square feet of retail
  • 720 garage parking spaces

Arquitectonica is the architect. Turnberry Associates is the developer.

Aventura commissioners were scheduled to consider land use changes needed for the project at a meeting yesterday.

The Brightline station in Aventura is already under construction, with completion scheduled for fall 2022.

 

 

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Anonymous
2 months ago

This looks exactly like the Make A Wish overtown office building

Anonymous
2 months ago

It does! Money in the bank X2

Anonymous
2 months ago

Yes.. and I wonder why the majority of these developers in MiamiDade use Aquitectonica?

Anonymous
2 months ago

Yes it looks great.

Robin Stan
2 months ago

What do you mean, its leaning the other way.
/s

Anonymous
2 months ago

Too bad it doesn’t connect to the Mall parking garage (where pedestrians could be covered from rain– an important thing when schlepping shopping bags).

Anonymous
2 months ago

the elevated footbridge will later need to continue to the other parking garage and down to street level.
Just so people getting off the train can go to the mall side of the road. Basically this is just half a bridge. perhaps the mall will kick in some funds to complete it since they are going to THEIR mall as well.

J s
2 months ago

TURNBERRY also owns the mall

Anonymous
2 months ago

Extend Metromover to Aventura over the FEC tracks because I don’t want to pay for a Brightline ticket to go to the Aventura Mall and go on a thousands of dollars shopping spree.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Why would you go to Aventura Mall?

Anonymous
2 months ago

To look at the women.. why else?

Anonymous
2 months ago

Metromover runs on… tires. It’s not a train. And, if you don’t want to pay for a Brightline ticket, you can’t afford Aventura Mall.

Anonymous
2 months ago

“get me a Sharpie!… okay, done!…. now!!!!! make it a profit!”

Shawn Kouri
2 months ago

This is going to bring more office space into the area and bring more good paying jobs inter-Miami

Shawn Kouri
2 months ago

This will help maybe with bringing work closer to home for some people. And it’s right next to Brightline tracks. This means that those who work in this building can easily go straight from their office street to the train station and use Brightline for their commute home

Anonymous
2 months ago

With the train connection, maybe it will also reduce some traffic. Get people on a train to the mall vs driving through traffic hunting a parking space.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Miami should have ten of these but… more APTS!!!!

Anonymous
2 months ago

Gorgeous!

1987
2 months ago

So funny.
Arquitectonica hacks have such a “hand”…. you can always tell its a simple uber simple design from them. Shame on them.

Melo is sigma and Chad
2 months ago

Based, when is the bridge going to start.

Anonymous
2 months ago

“sigma”, “Chad”, “Based”…….did you eat a piece of spoiled avocado toast?

Anonymous
2 months ago

Too much parking. Seriously. If you want people to not drive, don’t make it easy for them to drive. Consider 1 spot per 500 or higher SF.

Anonymous
2 months ago

“Seriously. If you want people to not drive, don’t make it easy for them to drive”

I want you to take that into account if you get seriously injured one day and need to go to the hospital.

Jose Jimenez
2 months ago

call an ambulance if your seriously injured. Fool!

Anonymous
2 months ago

Not all seriously injured needs an ambulance. Broke arm… do you need an ambulance for that? And No I wouldn’t sit on a bus or two transferring around to get to the nearest hospital. And I wouldn’t call an ambulance.

Anonymous.
2 months ago

LOL. Wait, was that you with the sling – angrily honking and screaming at everyone to get out of your way? And, yes, that was me ignoring you because there was zero room to move from the middle lane. All that traffic is frustrating to everyone. Sorry about the middle finger.

An ambulance would have been more successful.

Anonymous
2 months ago

The ambulance will get stuck in traffic at the NO TURN ON RED intersection in Brickell.

Anonymous
2 months ago

“call an ambulance if your seriously injured. Fool!”

I d i o t, do you know that you can drive a person to the hospital by car in emergency situations?

Anonymous
2 months ago

Aventura Hospital is right up the road from the Brightline station/Mall. I suspect Anonymous will live.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Lol there’s even a Mt Sinai ER a block north

Anonymous
2 months ago

If the transportation system was in fact adequate people would take it. However it isn’t the case and most people are not going to rent a car with extra insurance $$, to drive out of town for a weekend here and there.
That isn’t feasible.

Anonymous
2 months ago

not everyone that has a car and wants to park at home will use it everyday for work.
But it is convenient for shorter errands vs waiting for the bus with a half gallon of icecream or milk.

Anonymous
2 months ago

They want people to drive to their businesses and spend their money. They don’t care about your anti-car agenda.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Or, most likely, they want Aventura Mall employees to get to work on time and not take up the parking spots that would be better utilized for paying customers.

But true, they do not care about very small and LOUD group of “don’t make it easy for people to drive.”

Anonymous
2 months ago

” If you want people to not drive, don’t make it easy for them to drive.”
Apart from dopey professors and the dopes that worship them, who “wants people to not drive”.

Most people want other people to have the freedom and liberty to do what they want as long as it doesn’t harm them.

It is perfectly fine for the self-righteous public transportation users to applaud the 15 minute ride from Brickell to Aventura Mall, but if I have to buy goods at the AM, they are expensive goods, and I would much rather drive in the personalized air conditioned comfort and safety of an SUV.

Anonymous
2 months ago

It isn’t in Miami, but it’s aesthetically pleasing

Anonymous
2 months ago

it is in Miami? it is in Miami dade county

Anonymous
2 months ago

D u m m y. . he said “It isn’t in Miami!”

Anonymous
2 months ago

the “in Miami” doesn’t always mean downtown or within a 6 block radius of central either. Stop f ninny picking.

Not Anonymous
2 months ago

Aventura is not even in the city of Miami, and is a full 13 miles from the City center, not 6 blocks.

Anonymous
2 months ago

^ Thank you… some people think Hialeah is the city of Miami also.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Miami is living in the death of Arquitectonica so if its Them then its Miami

Anonymous
2 months ago

wtf?..

Not Anonymous
2 months ago

It is essentially in Broward

Anonymous
2 months ago

It’s in Miami-Dade County and connects to downtown.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Miami is not Miami-Dade County

Anonymous
2 months ago

Ghee, no one had any idea. Thanks to you we have a geography scholar in our presence. Who gives a Fock… It is close enough. It is in the county and is on the brightline that goes to Miami. So shit. Is that the best you can whine about?

Anonymous
2 months ago

It’s actually GEE.
Ghee is clarified butter

Living off A1A
2 months ago

True — the station is in Ojus, FL and the new building is in Aventura, FL. Technically NOT Miami, the city……..