Canvas Now 85% Sold, Deliveries Begin This Summer

85% of 513 condo units at Canvas have been sold, the developer said this week.

Prices range from $386,200 to $630,000.

Deliveries are set to begin this summer. The restaurant and bar “Esotico Miami” will open in Fall 2018.

The project will include 27 floors of large-scale murals and original artwork by urban artists. The CANVAS Collection, commissioned by NR Investments and curated by Miami urban artist Daniel “Krave” Fila, brought together over 20 artists from Miami and other parts of the world to create over 200 original works of art for the property’s residential corridors.

“We took the idea of a ‘canvas’ to its most literal extreme and gave all of these artists free reign to express themselves on our walls,” said Shoshani. “It’s an unprecedented collaboration, and we took a huge risk doing this, but we wanted to stay true to our vision of creating a residential community that reflects the creativity and culture of Miami.”

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Anonymous
3 years ago

This cycle seems to be slowing, but this area will be one of the major benefactors of the next cycle no doubt…

Anonymous
3 years ago

Yes.. A&E and Biscayne Corridor will be redeveloped.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Don’t touch the Biscayne Corridor. We want to preserve the old miami…(meaning keeping it 75 % white and segregated from Little Haiti and the hoods west of the tracks)

Anonymous
3 years ago

Too late mister.. the 75% white has already moved north.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Whites are moving back in a little thing called “gentrification.” Little Haiti won’t be such anymore by the next cycle, if it isn’t anymore already.

Let’s see if Elvis Cruz and company attempt to kill any redevelopment west of the FEC. Will they claim more crappy post-war, autocentric 1950s and 60s architecture is “historic,” while it’s 1910s and 20s stuff which only really needs designation? Yes, post-war gems exist, but that’s cherry picking.

Anonymous
3 years ago

“gentrification” means of the influx of more affluent residents.. nothing to do with race.

Anonymous
3 years ago

It doesn’t change the fact the majority of more affluent residents tend to be white, and give “community organizers” opportunities to pull the race card.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Community organizers? You mean like the Hispanic Associations that have secret meetings of Hispanics and target areas of the city they want to take over, thus buying a house in that area and painting it a horrendous color so neighbors can quickly move? So more Hispanics can buy said home until the entire neighborhood becomes hispanic?

Work. Live. Play.
3 years ago

LMAO I love the comment section

Anonymous
3 years ago

Who cares about their boring little area, let em have it. That’s just like all those ancient old boring farts back in the day on Miami Beach, the place always looked like it couldn’t wait for those very old geezers to die off.

A. Nonymous
3 years ago

“God’s Waiting Room”

Anonymous
3 years ago

You’re a disgusting person.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Don’t get mad, that’s just the truth. Those old northerners had a monopoly on Miami Beach back in the 1960’s & 70’s. It’s not disgusting, I’m just reporting it like it was.

A. Nonymous wasn’t kidding, that’s what they used to refer to Miami Beach as back in the day – “God’s Waiting Room.”

Anonymous
3 years ago

And the hoods of Little Havana,

Anonymous
3 years ago

this cycle isnt ending with Melo group still around and kicking

Anonymous
3 years ago

Melo is a pillar of the said Hispanic association!

Anonymous
3 years ago

Right smack in the middle of everything downtown and the beach.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Yes… this area is going to give people a much different experience than Brickell. If the development train continues in this area, it will definitely become one of the best hot spots to be and live in Miami.

Oooops Too Late
3 years ago

Still need a car…… and once again, Miami will not do anything about it….. Oh well (Shrugs Shoulder)

Anonymous
3 years ago

Congrats to Daniel Fila for the great work he has done for the Local Art Scene over the years!

Anonymous
3 years ago

Please don’t encourage the marring of new buildings with kitchy so called art. How about some high quality pieces of art placed throughout MWC instead of painted junk on a wall. Isn’t Wynwood enough? Lets not make this another negative trademark of Miami.

Anonymous
3 years ago

I second that……….

Anonymous
3 years ago

I rather people know Miami because of “kitchy so called art” rather than people like you.
Don’t put peoples work down because they is not of you taste, art is subjective, so maybe the High quality pieces you are suggesting are only liked by you.

Anonymous
3 years ago

*It’s not of your taste.

Anonymous
3 years ago

That man in the last photo is just chillin. ✌?

Anonymous
3 years ago

I think he’s on break.

Anonymous
3 years ago

really? a dog park? what floor is that on? dog toys treats and living creatures flying off the side of a building sounds great

developer of buildings
3 years ago

lol you took the name canvas literally and there is an 8-story stall blank wall on the north side of the building.

Anonymous
3 years ago

that’s because that’s going to be NRI’s next project….

Anonymous
3 years ago

are you serious dude??? really?? what do people do with canvas????? MURALS