The developer responsible for much of the Design District is partnering on a 20-story development across from Midtown Miami called Tower 91.
Design District Associates and Prinz Corner LLC, which are affiliated entities of DACRA and the owners of the property located at 91-93 NE 36 Street, submitted plans for the new development for review by Miami’s Urban Development Review Board.
“This Project intends to serve as the southern gateway to the Design District, previewing for onlookers the magical alchemy of art, fashion, architecture and gastronomy that epitomizes the creative spirit and global appeal of the Design District,” a letter from the developer’s lobbyist said.
Tower 91 is proposed to include:
107 multi-family residential units (starting at level 7, ranging in size from 843 square feet 1-bedrooms to 3,269 square feet 3-bedrooms plus den)
amenities (level 6)
21,812 square feet of commercial habitable space (on levels 1 and 2)
227 parking spaces (levels 3 through 5)
“Tower 91 will be a gem in the Miami skyline,” the developer’s representative wrote. “This project is a high-quality mixed-use development that will serve as a gateway to the Design District and will dramatically enhance the pedestrian experience along NE 36 Street.”
“The architectural treatment of the podium parking garage will be designed by a world-class artist and will continue in the Design District’s tradition of turning common areas and features into artistic focal points throughout the neighborhood,” the letter continued.
Elkus Manfredi is the architect, with Cube3 the architect of record.
Design District Associates LLC and Prinz Corner LLC are the developers.
A hearing before the Urban Development Review Board is scheduled for July 19.